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Adobe labs acrobat v8 ifilter for 64bit sharepoint – prerelease

Just stumbled across this on a Google search. Adobe Labs have a pre-release of how to support Adobe Reader v8.1 ifilter on 64bit sharepoint. I’ll admit that I haven’t tested this yet and it involves a 64bit ‘thunking’ layer. In

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Hotfix released for timer job errors – Event ID’s 7076, 6398 , 6432 and 6482

‘cwhite’ has just posted on the sharepoint ‘from the field’ blog on a hotfix release to fix timer job issues. This has also been known as the ‘timer job shocker’. Initially I read some reports that it might be due

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Publishing pages with fine grained permissions not indexed

I’m on sharepoint designer training this week and getting up to speed to sharepoint publishing and WCM. I spotted another bizarre default behaviour in sharepoint yesterday. If you have a publishing site and you apply individual permissions to pages (also

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Posted in publishing, Search, sharepoint, WCM

Sharepoint 2007 SP1 released

Well it’s finally been┬áreleased, SP1 for MOSS / Sharepoint 2007. The best place to start is the technet resource centre. Looks like there a few ‘gotchas’! Watch out for the known issue of killing the registry settings for the foxit

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MOSS / Sharepoint 2007 SP1 release notes summary

01-DEC-2007, just an update Joel has posted on the official sharepoint team blog a further update on SP1. ———————————————————————— Cezary Ani┼Ťko has just posted some notes that look like a high level summary of what will be in Sharepoint 2007

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Sharepoint 2007 SP1 – must be close

Hang on to your seats SP1 for Sharepoint 2007 must be close. I just received an alert regarding a sharepoint 2007 SP1 issue from Microsoft KB. After you install SharePoint Server 2007 Service Pack 1, the maximum disk space that

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Network enhancements in Vista / Windows Server 2008 and sharepoint

I’ve just read a great post on SMB v2.0 by Kurt Roggen. His article links to a whitepaper that microsoft has released from the Tolly group on ‘Enhanced Network Performance with Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008‘. Buried in

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Sharepoint Logging Spy

Every now and then it pays just to troll through codeplex for new sharepoint tools. I found this gem this morning. The Sharepoint Logging Spy. It’s beta 1.3 at the moment. You will need to run it from your sharepoint

Posted in sharepoint, tools

stsadm xml output and excel

This is kind of obvious but I just hadn’t thought about doing it. I was playing with the list of sites commands and seeing the output on the command line in xml format. It’s a lot of info on the

Posted in howto, sharepoint

Sending alerts to groups in Sharepoint 2007

Creating an alert that sends to a group can be a powerful feature in Sharepoint, however even though it seems straight forward there are some tricks to make it work and it is ‘clunky’ in some areas. The first trick

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