Archive for the 'MOSS – General' Category

Single Zone Split DNS

Single Zone Split DNS –  This terminology is not correlated to SharePoint, but still I want to post in my blog, since I had stretch lot of my time to configure forward lookup zones on my Windows Server 2008 R2. You may think why I want to configure forward lookup zones, that is not my […]

SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010 Launch

Microsoft officially announced that 12th May, 2010 is the date of launch for SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010 All of can virtually join for the event on 12th May, at 11 a.m EST to listen to Stephen Elop, President of the Microsoft Business Division, please register for the event on the following link

How to find Sharepoint version

Normally to find the Sharepoint version we approach Central administration page Central Administration > Operations > Servers in Farm One more method using SQL query

United Nations agencies websites powered by Sharepoint

The websites of United Nations Development Program – Solutions Network of Asia Pacific (UNDP-SNAP) and United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) built with Sharepoint The great gigantic sites and already developed in Sharepoint, in order to:

Copy Sharepoint document library files to another Sharepoint site very easily

In this post I am going to show how we can open a SharePoint site in windows explorer with the help of My Network Places available in Windows operating system (generally located on desktop) The main advantage of this scenario is to copy document library files from one SharePoint site to another very easily

WSS and MOSS Service Pack 2 released

Microsoft released WSS and MOSS Service Pack 2 Download WSS SP2 Download MOSS SP2

Announcing SharePoint Server 2010 Preliminary System Requirements

On May 11th, 2009 early morning Microsoft Sharepoint Team Blog announced the preliminary system requirements of Sharepoint Server 2010 To enjoy reading, please follow the link

Document template by using site content type in moss

Go to Site Actions > Site Settings, under Galleries section click Site content types On Site Content Type Gallery page click on Create, then redirects to new site content type page. In the Name and Description section, fill the text boxes Name and Description.

Form Based Authentication in Sharepoint 2007

Steps to configure Form based authentication in MOSS 2007: Creating the SQL database Creating the users in SQL database Creating two sharepoint sites (one is web application and other extending the web application) Configure membership, role provider and connection string in both web.config files of the Sharepoint site Configure authentication type in central administration

Install language packs for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007

Click Start > Settings > Control Panel, then click Regional and Language Options.