SharePoint 2010

The product group recently launched some additional product-specific update pages for the 2010 product family which you might want to bookmark: Updates for SharePoint 2010 Products Updates for Project Server 2010 – live since October 19th Updates for Enterprise Search Products – live since October 24th Related Links: Update Center for Microsoft Office, Office Servers, and Related […]

Output caching in SharePoint is a powerful method to increase the performance of a site. But out of the box there are only very limited ways to fine tune the caching. Using the Cache profiles it is only possible to control the caching based on query string parameters, http headers and permissions of the current […]

In the past I have written a post about Blob Caching and some of the limitations when using this method: MOSS 2007 Blob caching and it’s limitations In a recent service request my collegue Gyorgy Homolya worked on a performance problem which affected the site always at a specific time at a day. Analyzing some […]

Cross posting info about an important update for ASP.NET which will address an issue that affects all ASP.NET applications including SharePoint and MCMS. [cross post from Microsoft Security Response Center blog] Today we provided advance notification to customers that we will release an out-of-band security update to address the vulnerability discussed in Security Advisory 2416728. […]

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 […]

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 […]