Ron Grzywacz's Blog

A blog about SharePoint and related technologies
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    MOSS SSP Unexpected Error

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    I ran into an issue where after deploying some custom solutions with a customer, the SSP site would not load. It would just display a message that said unexpected error. In the event logs we saw the following error. Event Type: Error Event Source: Windows...
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    Business Data Catalog Development

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    There's good news for all of you out there who are struggling with BDC Definition files. The product group has recently released a BDC Definition Editor tool. It's part of the 1.2 Office Server SDK. (Check the Product Team Blog link for a link...) Take...
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    Change the SQL Server in a MOSS 2007/WSS 3.0 Farm

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    There are several articles out there that tell you how to change the SQL Server for SPS2003 and WSS 2.0. When I ran into this on a customer site, I couldn't find an article that said how to do it for MOSS 2007 and WSS 3.0. I don't have the time at the...
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    SharePoint Portal Server 2003 SP3 and Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 SP3 Released!

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    Description of SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Service Pack 3 http://support.microsoft.com/?id=923644 Issues that are fixed in SharePoint Portal Server 2003 by SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Service Pack 3 http://support.microsoft.com/?id=938795...
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    How to change the service accounts and passwords in MOSS2007

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    I see a fair number of cases where there are issues related to service/resource accounts and passwords. Often, a reset of the accounts and passwords will fix customer issues. Here's how to do it easily. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/934838
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    MOSS2007/WSSv3 Restore Feature Issue

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    There's currently a limitation with the restore tool that ships with MOSS2007 and WSSv3. If you're trying to restore multiple web applications that are hosted on the same port using host headers, the restore will only restore one of the web applications...
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    SharePoint 2003/2007 Index Files

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    SharePoint uses the file system to store data files created by the indexing process. Over time, the index files grow due the indexing process. I recently ran across a case, where a disk filled up due to the continuous growth of the SharePoint index files...
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    Convert Virtual Server 2005 IDE disks to SCSI disks

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    I've been building some virtual machines in my lab environment, and I've been a bit dissatisfied with their performance. I got some information from colleagues that using SCSI disks is faster than IDE in Virtual Server. Unfornately I had already built...
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    Introduction

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    I just wanted to take a minute to introduce myself. I'm one of the newest members to the Mid-Atlantic PFE(Premier Field Engineering) team with Microsoft. My specialty is SharePoint. I plan on using this blog to capture common information requests that...
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