Archive for September, 2010

Event – Dev Intro to SharePoint Search

September 22, 2010

I will be presenting my session A Developers Introduction to SharePoint Search for the Triangle SharePoint Users Group on Tuesday October 5th.  The session will cover Search from a Developer’s perspective including Query Structure, how to configure the standard search web parts, how to format the results display along with how to extend search and […]

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MS Security Advisory Vulnerability in ASP.NET and SharePoint

September 20, 2010

MS has released a critical Security Advisory about a vulnerability in ASP.NET which impacts SharePoint. See http://blogs.msdn.com/b/sharepoint/archive/2010/09/21/security-advisory-2416728-vulnerability-in-asp-net-and-sharepoint.aspx for details.

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Event – September MSDN SharePoint MVP Chat

September 20, 2010

I will be participating in the September 29th SharePoint MVP chat on MSDN.  Live Chats to Learn more about SharePoint – with 16 MVP Experts Do you have questions about SharePoint? Want to learn more about the recently launched SharePoint 2010? By popular request, SharePoint MVPs from around the world are participating in a live […]

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White Paper – MS Office Compatibility with SharePoint

September 20, 2010

For those that have been involved with SharePoint for awhile the document title “Good, Better, Best” should ring some bells.  There was a document with that title published with the last few SharePoint versions that compared the various MS Office suites going back to Office 2000 and detailed how they interacted with SharePoint features.  An […]

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Event – Dev Intro to SharePoint Search at Houston TechFest

September 15, 2010

I am in the process of finalizing my presentation for the Houston TechFest on Saturday October 9th, where I’ll be providing A Developers Introduction to SharePoint Search.  The session will cover Search from a Developer’s perspective including Query Structure, how to configure the standard search web parts, how to format the results display along with […]

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Disabling the “What’s Happening?” Display on the User Profiles

September 13, 2010

One of the SharePoint 2010 features I really like is the user status information that is integrated into the updated User Profiles.  Unfortunately some organizations are not quite comfortable or ready to support the feature. Here is what it looks like with the user status set: Disabling the Status Message field With normal User Profile […]

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