Making sense of a multi-workload ECM SharePoint installation, Part 2, Planning

  Introduction – Review of Part 1 Wow, nearly a year without writing, time goes way too fast!  In the first article, the objectives were to properly explain the high level terms that are related in deploying SharePoint in the field: Enterprise Content Management, Document Management, Collaboration, Records Management, eDiscovery,and Web Content Management.  It is…

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Don’t do SharePoint multi-tenancy without claims-based authentication

As you can see from my 2 previous posts (UPS, host-name site collections and search), I’ve been toying with Multi-tenancy on SharePoint 2010 and trying out different options.  If you don’t know about multi-tenancy in SharePoint 2010, go read Spencer Harbar’s series here: http://www.harbar.net/archive/2010/09/14/rational-guide-to-multi-tenancy-with-sharepoint-2010-part-six.aspx.  While adding tenants, if you are logged as a Farm Administrator…

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This SharePoint farm has pending upgrades error when running New-SPConfigurationDatabase for a new SharePoint 2010 installation

  We ran into this problem while setting up some test farms where we’d get an exception while running the powershell for New-SPConfigurationDatabase.  The exception simply mentions “This farm has pending upgrades error” and it would fail.  The funny thing is that it’s a new farm with no installation.  We had tested the script before…

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Adding metadata to your site collection for a complete, secure, refinement-enabled site directory on SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2010

DISCLAIMER: This post is provided AS IS with no warranties and confers no rights.  This is not an official Microsoft solution. In the past couple years, I’ve often gotten the question “how can I effectively find sites (collections) based on enterprise metadata?”.  For example, we may want to find all projects based on the organizational…

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What can work with Internet Explorer 6 and SharePoint 2010

  DISCLAIMER: This post is provided AS IS with no warranties and confers no rights.  This is not an official Microsoft response but rather a view at exploring options with IE6 and SharePoint 2010.  Also, my personal opinion is that using IE6 with SharePoint 2010 should be a last resort after evaluating risks and concerns…

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