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  • Blog Post: Antivirus for SharePoint 2013

    This post is meant to be a follow up to my previous post regarding SharePoint Antivirus solutions . I've seen a number of questions lately asking about AV scanners that plug into SharePoint 2013, sometimes running on Windows Server 2012. As of today, the only product that has an RTM version of an antivirus...
  • Blog Post: AV Scanner Exclusions KB Updated

    I just wanted to point out that the KB that details file/folder exclusions for local AV scanners has been updated. One important addition is the exclusion of the Blobcache folder for SharePoint. Review the KB to make sure you’re still in compliance. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/952167
  • Blog Post: New SP Identity Blog

    With the release of SharePoint 2010, Venky and company have started a SharePoint Identity blog. There’s are a few good posts over there that talk about FBA and claims for 2010. If you need some info on those topics, check it out. SharePoint SPIdentity Team Blog
  • Blog Post: PSConfig/Content Database Attach Error - "Unknown server error number: d"

    I recently ran into an issue when applying the MOSS August CU. This issue is not necessarily isolated to this patch. When the patch ran, the B2B upgrade process was failing in the site collection action upgrade sequence. The specific step was 12.1. 6301 .0, which adds the new Search Federation webparts...
  • Blog Post: Deleting files you don't have permission to

    I've been struggling with this one for a bit, but finally found the answer today. On one of my lab machines, I have two hard drives. At one point I was dual booting Server 2008 and Vista x64. I had no need for the Vista x64 system anymore, so I wanted to reclaim the disk space it was eating up on my...
  • Blog Post: URLScan 3.0 Beta Released

    For those of you who don't know, Microsoft has a neat tool/utility out there called URLScan. It's primary job is to block traffic on a server that you don't want trafficing. :) We've recently released the 3.0 beta version, which adds some new features. Prior to my life at MS, a team I worked on used...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint and Kerberos

    Some customers these days have requirements that say they should use Kerberos. It can be a daunting task to set up Kerberos in your environment. MS has published an article on TechNet that helps with this process. This document is a bit hard to find, so I'm hoping to make it easier to find via this blog...
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