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    SQL Maintenance for SharePoint Databases

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    If you don't already know, you can't treat SharePoint databases like any other database in regards to SQL Server. Here's a listing of articles that talk to what you can do. Before doing any maintenance, PLEASE read these articles. Index fragmentation...
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    Advanced Search "Contains" Option

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    In some of the more recent builds of MOSS, the "contains" and "does not contain" options for advanced searches have been removed. This was done because of query performance concerns expressed by a significant number of customers. If you are not worried...
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    .NET 3.5 and SQL 2008 NOT SUPPORTED for WSS 2.0 and SPS2003

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    The .NET 3.5 Framework (RTM and SP1) are not supported for use on WSS 2.0 and SPS2003 platforms. (This includes installing Visual Studio 2008, as it installs .NET 3.5) It is going to cause webparts to error. Symptoms If .NET Framework 3.5 SP 1 is installed...
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    ForeFront for SharePoint Issue

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    This post's goal is to serve as a word of warning when using ForeFront and SharePoint together. If you're going to disable ForeFront (or any of its services), please first disconnect SharePoint and ForeFront in Central Admin for SharePoint. If you don...
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    MOSS and SQL 2008

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    If you didn't catch the news, SQL Server 2008 RTM'ed a couple weeks ago. The SharePoint team has quickly announced full supportability for MOSS 2007 on SQL 2008. The SharePoint Team Blog has a full write up with some specifics.
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    MOSS Farms with Windows Server 2003 and 2008

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    Due to the confusion around running x86 and x64 in MOSS farms and it's supportability, I wanted to take a minute to talk about Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008 machines in one farm. Some of the SharePoint PMs confirmed internally there are...
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