Capacity Planning for WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007

The Capacity Planning documentation is available for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. For WSS 3.0, click here. For MOSS 2007, click here. Now that these are official, I’ll be updating the Capacity Planning checker portion of SPSiteManager to reflect these.  Enjoy!  – Keith  

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More reasons to ensure you’re not exceeding capacity planning guidelines

If I don’t harp on it enough 🙂 I knew I had seen the official KB on this subject long ago, and finally came across it again. http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;830601 Keep in mind, that even with a MOSS 2007 indexer, indexing SharePoint Portal Server 2003 and Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 sites, this is going to cause the…

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Hey! Where can I get SPSiteManager 2.2??? It’s not in the Utility Suite!

A lot of folks are asking me where they can get SPSiteManager 2.2 since I noted that it was complete.  SPSiteManager (along with an update to SPUserUtil, and a couple of other tweaks) were going to be packaged up as the 2.6 release of The SharePoint Utility Suite and updated at the SharePoint Products and Technologies…

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Thanks All! – The #1 download from the SharePoint Products and Technologies Web Component Directory is now The SharePoint Utility Suite

Thanks to everyone for helping make this happen by your suggestions and requests!   Sometime over the last couple of days, the SharePoint Utility Suite moved to the top of the Top Five Downloads (http://www.microsoft.com/sharepoint/downloads/components/results.asp?s=5 )   Thanks John Kozell for your contribution with the .Net Protocol Handler Thanks Larry Kuhn for your contribution with…

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SharePoint Account Management using SPUserUtil – Part 6 – Synchronizing Display Names and Email Addresses with Active Directory

SharePoint Account Management using SPUserUtil – Part 6 – Synchronizing Display Names and Email Addresses with Active DirectoryOriginally Posted as: Using SPUserUtil to synchronize SharePoint user Display Names and Email addresses with the information in Active Directory.  Because of a ton of recent queries on this exact subject, I’m re-posting it but also re-titling it…

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SharePoint Account Management using SPUserUtil – Part 5 – Handling NT Login Name Changes

SharePoint Account Management using SPUserUtil – Part 5 – Handling NT Login Name ChangesOriginally Posted as: Using SPUserUtil to update accounts when the NT Login Name changes.Because of a ton of recent queries on this exact subject, I’m re-posting it but also re-titling it to include it in the “SharePoint Account Management using SPUserUtil…” series….

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SharePoint Account Management using SPUserUtil – Part 4 – Replaying Permissions and Moving Webs

SharePoint Account Management using SPUserUtil – Part 4 – Replaying Permissions and Moving Webs Originally posted as: Moving a web and preserving permissions using SPUserUtil.  Because of a ton of recent queries on this exact subject, I’m re-posting it but also re-titling it to include it in the “SharePoint Account Management using SPUserUtil series. Aside…

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SPSiteManager 2.2 complete

SPSiteManager 2.2 completeOver the past few evenings, I’ve finalized changes; tested; regressed; tested; sighed a lot; did the hokie pokie; and performed weird rituals to fight the voices in my head shouting “Implement me! Implement me!” for some new features, yet finally finished this set of updates to SPSiteManager. I previously posted on this update, but…

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Understanding SharePoint – Part 5 – Keep those webs small if you must use SMIGRATE

Understanding SharePoint – Part 5 – Keep those webs small if you must use SMIGRATE This is the fifth post in a series in regards to “Not being mislead by what your seeing :)” DISCLAIMER: This post may include steps that guide you through issuing statements against your SharePoint content databases.  By no means does…

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