Managed Paths: Explicit Inclusion versus Wildcard Inclusion

by Kindler Chase 6. June 2008 12:37
The other day I was laying out the framework, wire-frame if you will, of a few SharePoint Site Collections. During the planning process I was doing my god-like role of determining which divisions would have their own Site Collection and which divisions would share a Site Collection. As part of the... [More]

Microsoft SharePoint Administration Toolkit Released

by Kindler Chase 6. May 2008 15:39
As our SharePoint environments scale in size, so does the complexity of maintaining sites. I believe MS is taking a proactive approach with SharePoint by listening to us, their customers. The more of us who send requests to MS, the more MS will be able to release future updates to the Administrati... [More]

Office SharePoint Server Error: Event ID 7888

by Kindler Chase 12. March 2008 18:13
When starting a full or incremental import of Active Directory, either manually or scheduled, the import is successful, but there is an error thrown as soon as the import is initiated. My assumption is the AD import kicks off several simulateous jobs such as updating users "My SharePoint Site... [More]

Managing and Viewing a Specific User’s Memberships in SharePoint

by Kindler Chase 21. February 2008 12:21
Today's Task: Find all memberships related to a specific user in SharePoint. Still searching? I'll give you a hint… you cannot list all memberships related to a specific user in SharePoint. That's right. SharePoint does not have the capability to perform a simple look-up t... [More]

Renaming a SharePoint Central Administration Database with a GUID Appended to the Database Name

by Kindler Chase 4. February 2008 00:00
note: I'd urge you to read all the comments other users have posted before renaming your database. During the installation and subsequent configuration of SharePoint you are provided the option of naming every database in your farm with the exception of one: The SharePoint Centr... [More]

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