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SharePoint Log Viewer

Published on November 29, 2010 By Mike Oryszak

Anyone that spends much time administering or developing against SharePoint knows what a pain it can be to work with the log files in a text editor.  The SharePoint LogViewer developed by Overroot provides a great interface making it easy to work with and filter down the log files. Give it a try here:  http://sharepointlogviewer.codeplex.com/

Troubleshooting Page Loading Issues

Published on January 18, 2010 By Mike Oryszak

This article will cover some techniques that I typically use for troubleshooting performance issues when loading a particular page in SharePoint.  Troubleshooting the overall platform and member servers are outside the scope of this article. On occasion I have run into situations where a specific page or collection of pages take longer than expected to […]

Reworking SharePoint Security – Fixing a Bad SharePoint Implementation

Published on July 6, 2009 By Mike Oryszak

This is the first in a series of posts relating to topics that may need to be addressed to recover from a bad SharePoint implementation. SharePoint security continues to be misunderstood by many SharePoint power users and some Administrators. It was designed to be flexible, and in doing so can lead people down a road […]

Beginning SharePoint Troubleshooting

Published on May 21, 2009 By Mike Oryszak

SharePoint can prove to be a pain to troubleshoot if you are new to the system, or do not have a good understanding of the system. I intend to give some basic info on how to get started. Use this as a springboard to build your knowledge of the system. Event ViewerI think it is […]

Resolving the MySite File Exists Error

Published on April 24, 2009 By Mike Oryszak

I have seen this error come up a few times, and reported frequently on the MSDN/TechNet Forums. Once the problem is understood, it is fairly easy to correct. There are a few different pieces that come into play when a user clicks on the My Site link at the top of a MOSS page. The […]