A SharePoint cultivate is an arrangement of Servers inside a SharePoint Installation that offers a typical design database (SharePoint_Config). The setup database will store every settings and SharePoint farm information inside SharePoint_Config database. SharePoint cultivate is made, while running SharePoint items and design wizard without precedent for a SharePoint Server. Moving SharePoint Server 2016… READ MORE
Close the gap between introductory and advanced resources available on SharePoint 2016 with this preview from the Manager’s Guide to SharePoint Server 2016 and identify the core benefits of specific techniques in a real-world context, including best practice scenarios. You will find this book to be a comprehensive collection of tutorials and solutions for all… READ MORE
We asked Michael Greth & André Vala share their views on Seth Patton’s article “SharePoint Server 2016 Update” and discuss what does this mean for the SharePoint & Office 365 community. Here is their views;
SharePoint Server 2013 introduces a new capability called Request Management. Request Management allows SharePoint to understand more about, and control the handling of, incoming requests. Request Management employs a rules based approach, which enables SharePoint to take the appropriate action for a given request based upon administrator supplied configuration.
Free eBook – Real World SharePoint 2010 Indispensable Experiences From 22 MVP’S Chapter 1: Building a Perfect Test Environment for SharePoint Server 2010Blog Posts
In this chapter you learn a bit about installing Windows, setting up Active Directory (AD), adding SQL Server with Reporting Services in SharePoint Integration mode, deploying SharePoint, and then getting little things like Office and Visio on there.
Request Management in SharePoint Server 2013 Preview Part Two: Example Scenario and Configuration Step by StepBlog Posts
In the first part of this article series I covered the feature capability and provided an architecture overview of Request Management, a new capability introduced with SharePoint Server 2013 Preview. Request Management allows SharePoint to understand more about, and control the handling of incoming requests. This second part details an example scenario and provides a step by step of the necessary configuration.
Few weeks ago I and Hilton Giesenow prepared togheter a SharePoint & Azure session for the TechEd Africa and the European SharePoint conference. During the preparation we discovered an issue running the Azure Compute Emulator on a SharePoint box (Azure SDK 1.5 and 1.6). First it seemed that the user profile service screwed up after you had started the emulator for the first time, but further investigations had shown that many service applications didn’t work properly anymore. The problem was, that the emulator sets the IIS anonymous user account to the application pool’s identity. Many thanks to Wictor Wilen for telling us which IIS setting has been affected ( we owe you a pint=>summit 2011 🙂