Date: 9/14/10 Time: 1 pm PST Title: Search Your Way to Success:  Leveraging SharePoint’s Search Capabilities in Public Web Sites Partner: Ironworks Consulting Abstract: Learning Objectives & Key Takeaways: Objective 1: Understand the key principles of enterprise search. Objective 2: Understand the evolution of search within SharePoint (2007 to 2010). Objective 3: Learn how to […]

Just a couple of minutes ago all MSDN and Technet Blogs were migrated to a new blogging platform. New Platform: new URL. From now on you can reach my blog using http://blogs.technet.com/b/stefan_gossnerNo worries: the old URLs bookmarked will still work as redirects have been added to ensure that you can still reach the bookmarked content. […]

SharePoint 2010 has a new feature which recycles the OWSTIMER.EXE process every night – similar to the application pool functionality in IIS – to avoid memory problems inside the timer service. The recycling is controlled by a new timer job which has been added in SharePoint 2010: the “Timer Service Recycle” job which per default […]

With Powershell we now got a new very powerful scripting language and many products like SharePoint provide their own extensions in form of CmdLets for administration purposes. Customer like scripting languages as it allows them to write custom code without a need to run a compiler or to copy new executables to their production machines […]

As discussed by the Office Sustained Engineering group cumulative updates for all Office Products including WSS 3.0 and SharePoint 2007 will be released every second month. Yesterday we released the so called April 2010 Cumulative Update. It is highly recommended to install Service Pack 2 before installing this cumulative Update. Details and download locations can […]