Thanks for tuning in to another MVP Friday Five! We have another set of great MVP authored articles that showcase the expert knowledge we come to expect from MVPs. In the articles featured this week you’ll find great tips, how-to’s and insights that MVPs are known for.

 

1. Nonpaged Pool Resource Allocation Error (SRV Error 2019)

By Small Business Server MVP Robert Pearman | @titlerequired

In this post Robert discusses a clients server that, every so often, experiences a condition where it stops responding to network requests.  He shares how he uses Microsoft-owned tools (SysInternals) to drill down and find the specific task or process or DLL that causes the problem and shows you that there is an early warning of these events, if you look in the right place.

 

2. Crawl Troubleshooting

By SharePoint Server MVP Matthew McDermott | @MatthewMcD

Matthew shares a way he discovered to troubleshoot the crawl when it behaves unexpectedly on sites you want to crawl by using a technique with Fiddler Web Debugging Proxy (http://www.fiddler2.com). Using Fiddler he shows how to configure SharePoint Search to crawl through Fiddler as a Proxy to watch the traffic.

 

3. Sharing Resources among Projects with MS Project 2010 – Part 1

By Project MVP Nenad Trajkovski |@ntrajkovski

Nenad explains how to share Resources among different Projects in MS Project 2012 step-by-step.

 

4. Using the Network Dashboard Views in SCOM 2012

By System Center Cloud and DataCenter Management MVP John Joyner |@john_joyner

This article is an introduction to the four new dashboards that are part of the network monitoring engine for Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2012. In it, John describes each dashboard, provides a screenshot, and discusses scenarios where you might use each dashboard for a specific task.

 

 

5. Windows 7 Search Indexer Tips

By Windows Expert-Consumer MVP Anand Khanse

Anand tells you how to configure Windows Search and its indexing options, so that you can make the most of it!

 

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