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People-Picker Lunch-Time reading
I am spending my lunch time, sans-pickle, but with lots of good People-Picker goodness. I had to share the soon to be classics in the blogosphere links over at Full Metal Architect. I was digging into a lot of this prior to Binging a few additional things related to trusts, forests, domains, people-picker...
10 Sep 2009
ProcDump : SysInternals tool for generating crash dumps during spikage
Another tool for your tool belt from SysInternals Mark Russinovich. Why would you need this in SharePoint land? Ever had a process spike and you would have liked to capture a memory dump for analysis and you just happened to miss the occurrence of the event? I have, and I know that a few other...
16 Jul 2009
SharePoint Development Tools - SharePoint Development Wiki - SharePoint Dev Wiki
Great list of tools to make your SharePoint Development, Deployment, Debugging, Debunking very Delightful. SharePoint Development Tools - SharePoint Development Wiki - SharePoint Dev Wiki
15 Jul 2009
Error message when you try to modify or to delete an alternate access mapping in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0: "An update conflict has occurred, and you must re-try this action"
“file system cache on the front-end servers are newer than the contents of the configuration database.” Who you gonna call? Not Ghost Busters, but Cache Flusher! Error message when you try to modify or to delete an alternate access mapping in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0: "An update conflict...
24 Apr 2009
Virus scanning recommendations for computers that are running Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Vista
Virus scanning recommendations for computers that are running Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Vista I knew this was out there, had to find it again! Now to post so I can blame myself for not remembering. A similar title would be “my guard dog ate...
30 Mar 2009
Microsoft Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Team Blog : How can I make my web site faster with caching ?
I recently added this link as a favorite and then I kicked my self this morning for not blogging about it. Hopefully I haven’t already, but if I have, it is a topic that deserves a bit more time spent on it anyways. Caching is one of the overlooked gems that can be used to improve overall web site performance...
30 Mar 2009
Another one to remember when troubleshooting SharePoint pages. Allows you to get to the webparts on the page in a manner to see if one is crapping out the rest of the past. appending the ?contents=1 to your page url will open the “Web Part Page Maintenance: default Use this page to close...
27 Mar 2009
Maximum number of ACEs in an ACL
The maximum number of Paul Daniel "Ace" Frehleys in the band KISS is one, However, any items that uses Access Control Lists (ACLs) will be limited to approximately 1,820 Access Control Entries (ACEs). There is not enough makeup for that many Ace Frehleys, except for around Halloween in my neighborhood...
3 Mar 2009
UPDATED : Best Practices: Common Coding Issues When Using the SharePoint Object Model
One of the main resources to visit when developing applications for SharePoint was updated this month (Feb 2009). Go update your favorites and read away. “ Conclusion To ensure that your SharePoint system performs at its best, you need to be able to answer the following questions about the code you write...
26 Feb 2009
SharePoint+PowerShell is (Usually) a Perfect Match - Zach Rosenfield's SharePoint Blog
Oh my, as I read through Zach’s post, it hit me like a ton of bricks. Not really, but I have been stuck on lyrics lately. The post was very eye opening and one that you need to review if you are using PowerShell and SharePoint. Heck, if you are using PowerShell and any .Net objects that should be Disposed...
13 Feb 2009
Sample code acceptance checklist for IT organizations with emphasis on SharePoint
Thinks I get the this question on a very frequent basis. In fact, I ask myself quite frequently as well what should be checked for in order to bless SharePoint code for acceptance? The following snippet from the TechNet page sums up the reason we need to be looking at the quality of the code in the first...
10 Nov 2008
The Windows Server 2003 /3GB switch is not supported in Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 or in later versions or in SharePoint Portal Server 2003 SP2 or in later versions
Thinks Used to be the magic bullet, /3GB that is. Quote form the KB article “ The /3GB switch changes the way that the Microsoft Windows 4 GB virtual address space is split up. Instead of splitting the 4 GB virtual address space into 2 GB of user mode virtual address space and 2 GB of kernel mode virtual...
4 Aug 2008
How to install Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 SP1 on Vista x64/x86 - The Bamboo Team Blog
Thinks The Bamboo Team has released a tool at the link below that allows you to install Windows SharePoint Services v 3.0 Service Pack 1 on Vista x64/x86 SP1. I have heard that this is much faster than running on your VPC and I am going to give it a try. I really like having a VPC running, however, I...
23 May 2008
Follow the buzz to the hive, the 12 hive that is : "12 Folder" From Here!
Thinks If you have been using Microsoft SharePoint technologies for a while, you are wise to the ways of the magical “12 hive” a.k.a. “12 folder” a.k.a. “C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\12\BIN”. With some magic of the registry,...
22 Apr 2008
TechNet Magazine – InSide SharePoint and SharePoint Products & Technologies Listing
Thinks I opened up the real mailbox today and there was the May 2008 TechNet magazine. I look forward to this magazine as I have found some great information and resources in the past. For those that are paper averse or just like to read on the screen, you can see the magazine at the link in Links. I...
21 Apr 2008
How Many accounts for setting up and deploying Windows SharePoint Services and Office SharePoint Server
Thinks Raise your hand if you have set up SharePoint using one account. Now, keep your hand up if it was this the “ADMINISTRATOR” account? Wow! I am having trouble typing now as I count the hands and try to type with the hand that is not raised up. In other words, I have been guilty of this...
18 Apr 2008
SharePoint 2007 Maximum Limitations - Harsh's Blog
Thinks As with most good things in life there are some limitations in maximum permissible size of items in Windows SharePoint Services and related items. The table below is from Harsh’s blog ( SharePoint 2007 Maximum Limitations ) and does an excellent summary of items you need to be aware of when...
17 Apr 2008
Debugging Toolbox : [PowerShell Script] —PowerDbg v3.0 - Using PowerShell to Control WinDbg
I had the great honor and pleasure of working with Roberto on a recent project and I am indebted to him for his time and tutelage with debugging. The following post shows how you can use PowerShell with PowerDbg (a tool that he has engineered and developed) to make you a much more effective debugger...
5 Apr 2008
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