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SharePoint – What is the difference between a PU, a CU and a COD?

5 October 2013

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Service Pack What is it: A service pack is a combination of previously released fixes, fixes which have only been released in context of the service pack and potentially new functionality added to the product. What is included: new fixes, new functionality, all previously released fixes (older Service Packs, CUs, PUs) Multilingual: No. You need […]


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Export-SPWeb / Import-SPWeb could not find file ExportSettings.xml

16 February 2012

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Issue I have encountered an error in the web export/import routine. The thing is that the feasibility of import seems to depend on the state of the web. I have several subsequent export packages of the same web and say #2 works fine (I can see it extracting the contents of the package and the […]


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Site Migration using PowerShell in SharePoint 2010

16 February 2012

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The content migration APIs provide a simple but flexible solution for migrating content between SharePoint Foundation Web sites. You can export the content from a SharePoint site, along with any dependencies (for example, security, roles, versioning, and other metadata), into single or multiple XML-formatted files called content migration packages. On import to the destination Web […]


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MOSS 2007 to SharePoint 2010 Upgrade: Missing server file or server configuration issues

9 February 2012

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SharePoint 2010 : Missing server file or server configuration issues While upgrading from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010 we come across many issues and the following is one of them. Note: Before performing an upgrade, ensure that you run the preupgradecheck tool (STSADM.EXE -o preupgradecheck) which would indicate the issues which may encounter while performing […]


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How to Find the Web Application-Database ID (Content DB GUID) on MOSS 2007 or SharePoint 2010

9 February 2012

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To list all web application-ids. Try to execute the following query in SQL when you are connected to the sharepoint_config database:    Select ID, Name from objects where properties like ‘%Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPContentDatabase%m_nWarningSiteCount%’  This is useful for example, if you start to see the following type entries in MOSS log files:  “ProfSynch: Exception attempting to enumerate site […]


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Hidden Content Types and Hidden Site Columns on MOSS 2007 and SharePoint 2010

9 February 2012

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You may know that several out-of-the-box Content Types belong to the group _Hidden. This means that when you first start using the site, you cannot create child Content Types based on these types. Also, if you want to aggregate Blog Posts with a Content Query Web Part, for instance, you will need to expose the […]


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SharePoint 2010 Security Reporting using PowerShell

22 December 2011

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SharePoint makes it pretty easy to assign very granular permissions to various elements of a SharePoint site. The problem is that managing those granular permissions over the long haul can be a pretty daunting task. Sure, you start off with the best of intentions: create groups, assign permissions to groups, put users in groups. But […]


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Create a new Sharepoint 2010 Web Application and Site collection using PowerShell

15 December 2011

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Microsoft Sharepoint 2010 is one of the new products which supports Windows Powershell commands. Its really easy to do the most tasks you do normally in the Sharepoint Central Administration with Powershell. Microsoft created a Powershell Snapin for Sharepoint 2010, which is called “Microsoft.Sharepoint.Powershell”. This enables a lot of new Powershell cmdlets for Sharepoint. With […]


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