SharePoint 2010 Managed Accounts

Now you can reduce your administrative expenses by allowing SharePoint 2010 to take control of your accounts. How? SharePoint 2010 Managed Accounts can automatically reset passwords based on domain policies and notify administrators when passwords are expiring. By storing account information in SharePoint 2010 Managed Accounts, you can keep your information secure and reduce the […]

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Unique Document IDs in SharePoint Server 2010

What is Document ID Service? Whenever you try to move a document within a site collection, the broken links appear? Don’t worry now! SharePoint 2010 has come up with a new Site Collection feature called the Unique Document ID Service. How to enable the Document ID Service? To enable the Unique Document ID feature, you […]

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Word Automation in SharePoint 2010

What is Word Automation Services in SharePoint Server 2010? Ever tried to transfer .docx files into PDF? Most of us try to perform server side conversions of Open XML files (.docx) into fixed formats (PDF and XPS) using the Word desktop application. Isn’t it? Now this conversion can be done hassle-free with Word Automation Services. […]

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SharePoint 2010 BCS Profile

What is a Profile Page on SharePoint Sever 2010 Business Connectivity Services (BCS)? A profile page in Business Connectivity Services (BCS) allows displaying all the information for an external content. A profile page can display all the fields in a record for a specific customer and can also display all the orders associated with the […]

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SharePoint 2010 Remote BLOB Storage (RBS)

What is a SharePoint Server 2010 Remote BLOB Storage? Remote BLOB Storage (RBS) is an add-on feature pack for Microsoft SQL Server 2008. Remote BLOB Storage moves the storage of binary large objects (BLOBs) from database servers to commodity storage solutions. If the content databases in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 are 4 gigabytes (GB) or […]

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SharePoint 2010 Access Services

Another SharePoint Server 2010 feature which cannot go unnoticed is the Access Services. Access Services is a service in SharePoint 2010 that allows administrators to view, edit, and configure a Microsoft access application within a Web Browser. Access Services settings support backup and recovery, regardless of whether there is a UI setting in Central Administration. […]

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SharePoint Data Connections

What is a Data Connection Library in SharePoint Server 2010? A Data Connection Library in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 is a library that can contain two kinds of data connections: an Office Data Connection (ODC) file or a Universal Data Connection (UDC) file. Microsoft InfoPath 2010 uses data connections that comply with the Universal Data […]

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Timer Jobs in SharePoint 2010

Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 is rich in features. When properly configured SharePoint can support collaboration, manage shared documents, define workflows, schedule tasks, etc. Another key feature of SharePoint Server 2010 is a Timer Job. A timer job runs in a specific Windows service for SharePoint Server and performs infrastructure tasks for the Timer service, such as […]

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Multi-Tenancy in SharePoint

An ability to host multiple clients/departments, and provide the ability to isolate their workloads and still provide all the platform features is one of the significant task while adopting a SharePoint platform in your company, isn’t it? For a cloud/ hosting situation we may have a need for multiple clients to have their own work […]

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Make your site presentable by using Visual Upgrade in SharePoint Server 2010

What is Visual Upgrade in SharePoint Server 2010? Visual Upgrade is a new feature that is available with upgrade which allows the server administrator or site owner to determine when the new look for SharePoint Server 2010 is used for a particular site collection. Server administrators can choose to adopt the new look and feel […]

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