Posts Tagged ‘SharePoint 2010’
Not surprisingly, one of the most frequent requests from SharePoint customers is for information worker training and more comprehensive help for end users. This issue cuts across the rich, diverse, and powerful capabilities of SharePoint; it applies regardless of whether information workers use the platform for Continue reading
The first cumulative update for the SharePoint 2010 product family has been released as six individual packages.
The first cumulative update for the SharePoint 2010 product family has been released as a delayed June 2010 CU. Unlike the WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007 cumulative updates this first cumulative update is not available as server package but has been released as 6 individual packages. You can download the fixes using the following links: Continue reading
Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Administrator’s Pocket Consultant is available for purchase! Ben Curry has written another stellar book for Microsoft Press.
You can find more information about this book and other Microsoft Press offerings at the book’s catalog page.
You can see the table of contents and Introduction in this post.
The first version of the SharePoint 2010 Administration Toolkit is now available. In the toolkit, includes a couple of tools that were shipped releases and are now adapted to SharePoint 2010, along with two new tools.
– User Profile Replication Engine 2010 (UPRE2010): this tool got a complete overhaul and was converted to PowerShell. It now allows you to replicate Profile and Social data between SharePoint 2010’s User Profile Application (UPA), as well as backward compatibility with SharePoint 2007’s SSP. You can replicate between SSP’s or UPA services, as well as across versions. (Note that only Profile data can be replicated across versions, as SSP contains no Social activity tracking).
– The Security Configuration (SCW) Manifest: SCW is an attack surface reduction feature in Windows Server. This manifest adds roles for SharePoint 2010 Products to Windows Server 2008 with SP2 or Windows Server 2008 R2.
– The Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) Connector: enables SharePoint users to interact with content stored in any repository that has implemented the CMIS standard, as well as making SharePoint 2010 content available to any application that has implemented the CMIS standard.
– The Load Testing Kit (LTK): LTK generates a Visual Studio Team System 2008 (VSTS) load test based on Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 IIS logs. The VSTS load test can be used to generate synthetic load against Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 as part of a capacity planning exercise or a pre-upgrade stress test.
The toolkit can be downloaded from here
The toolkit documentation can be found below: