Archive for October, 2008

SharePoint Config database logs are one thing to keep an eye on since they do have a tendency to grow. If you don’t perform a full farm backup usually the log doesn’t get emptied and it just keeps bloating. If you’re running SQL Server Express with default installation, you can find the files in C:Program […]

Friday, October 31st, 2008 at 09:57 | 85 comments

If you don’t want the users to have the “Sign in” button only in the top right corner of the page or if you’re using custom master pages, you might want to add a Sign in button. The code is very simple: Sign in Ofcourse replace the “Sign in” text with text / image of […]

Tuesday, October 21st, 2008 at 15:21 | 2 comments
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Not long ago we’ve had a situation where the newly created users in Active Directory couldn’t be recognized to add them in SharePoint. The whole topology was the following: 1 server as Primary Domain Controller for domain 2 server as secondary Domain Controller for same domain and for hosting SharePoint Each on its own external […]

Monday, October 6th, 2008 at 20:19 | 0 comments