Tag Archives: Configuration

Add Internet access to a vmware team

If like me you develop for SharePoint within an isolated domain hosted as a vmware team then read on. To protect the hosts network the team is normally isolated using a virtual LAN.  The only problem is how to allow access … Continue reading

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Switching on the Document Information Panel.

It’s sometimes useful to be able to switch on the document information panel from within the Content Type deployed through a feature.  Take the following as an example There are two things to note about the two content types declared … Continue reading

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Be gone filthy GUIDs…part 2 – service application configuration

If you have followed part 1 then you will have a vanilla SP 2010 farm. You will now want to create some service applications right? But guess what. If we use the farm configuration wizard we end up with more … Continue reading

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Be gone filthy GUIDs…part 1 – initial farm configuration

An out of the box SP 2010 installation, configured using the Farm Configuration wizard, results in a database full of tables with dirty, filthy GUIDs in the names. It is possible to get round this by following these steps. The … Continue reading

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