The SharePoint Guys

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  • Blog Post: Talking Office 365 Podcast - The business case for the Social Features of SharePoint

    The latest episode of Talking Office 365 podcast has an interview with Rob Finney from the MCS UK SharePoint team. During the interview Marlon Marescia the host of the Talking Office 365 podcast and Rob discuss the following: An overview of the social features included in SharePoint and SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: Updated Permissions Spreadsheet for SharePoint 2010

    Permissions within SharePoint provide a great way of controlling access to SharePoint sites and content. These permissions also allow for the User Interface to be trimmed so users only see the links and the content that they have access to. Back in the days of SharePoint 2007 a colleague Mark Arend...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2010 – NEW Social Computing Features

    This blog post aims to provide an overview of some of the Social Computing Features available in SharePoint 2010. This will include discussions of: New User Interface Social Feedback Social Networking New User Interface The UI in SharePoint 2010 has changed a lot from SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: “Relative Links” Error Message when verifying an InfoPath Form Template

    Data connections are very used n InfoPath to pull data in from many different sources. The data connections are called UDC files. They areused by the Forms Service Proxy Web Service Protocol to connect to a target Web service. A form template uses the information in a UDC file to connect to a data source...
  • Blog Post: Enabling an Information Policy for expiring content

    This article relates to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS) and Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services V3.0 (WSS). A useful, but little used feature in SharePoint is the ability to add Information policies to Sites to provide enhanced control on information. SharePoint has a few that are...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Server 2007 Profile Properties and their default Active Directory mappings

    A couple of weeks ago a question was raised about which profile properties available in SharePoint Profile Database are mapped through to Active Directory and what fields they relate to. After some digging around and not finding a great deal on the subject I thought Iw ould knock together a quick post...
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