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SharePoint Recycle Bins - Lets get it Crystal Clear

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SharePoint Recycle bin feature was newly introduced in its 2007 version, and it offers End-users, Site collection admin's to recover the content with out running behind DBA's :-) There are some confusion among SharePoint community in understanding recycle bin settings. So in this article lets get it crystal clear. Two Stages of Recycle bin: Yes, SharePoint offers Two stages in recycle bins,  First-stage recycle bin - When users delete Files/List items it goes to First stage recycle bin. Also called "End user Recycle bin". Content in this recycle bin is counted on Site quota, So when you delete a file, it goes to recycle bin, But you wont get any additional free space, still it occupies site quota. This recycle bin is accessible to the end users, and its Security trimmed (Even a site collection admin can't see end user's recycle bins, He/She needs to use "Site collection Recycle bin"  to see end user's recycle bin. Second-stage recycle
SharePoint Recycle Bins - Lets get it Crystal Clear SharePoint Recycle Bins - Lets get it Crystal Clear Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on 8:30 PM Rating: 5

Migrate from MOSS 2007 to SharePoint 2010 - Step by Step

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In this article, I'm walking through Migrating from MOSS 2007 to SharePoint 2010 using database attachment method.   Overview Run Preupgradecheck in MOSS 2007 server.  Analyze & Fix the issues. Take the back up of content database from MOSS 2007. Restore the content databases backup to SQL Server of SharePoint 2010. Create web application in SharePoint 2010. Attach the MOSS 2007 content databases to SharePoint 2010. Post Migration fixes 1. Run preupgradecheck in MOSS 2007 Server This will be our primary analysis and reporting tool providing us with invaluable information regarding your SharePoint 2007 farm and actions that may be required to be taken prior to upgrading to SharePoint 2010. It is better to have October CU: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/976730/ where the preupgradecheck is enhanced further.  Run the preupgradecheck as below in command prompt: stsadm.exe -o preupgradecheck Once you get "O
Migrate from MOSS 2007 to SharePoint 2010 - Step by Step Migrate from MOSS 2007 to SharePoint 2010 - Step by Step Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on 6:20 PM Rating: 5

Migrating SharePoint 2007 Site/List Templates(.stp) into SharePoint 2010

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Unfortunately, SharePoint 2007 site templates(.stp) can't be used as in SharePoint 2010. Hmm... Then what to do with the custom SharePoint 2007 Site templates? Can't I use them in SharePoint 2010? well, You can,  Here is the work around to Migrating MOSS 2007 Site, List Templates(.stp) to SharePoint 2010: Create a site in SharePoint 2007 using the custom .stp template. Migrate that site to SharePoint 2010 by either In-Place or Database attach method (backup the database for that site from SQL Server for SharePoint 2007 and restore it on SharePoint 2010's SQL Server, then atach the DB( stsadm -o addcontentdb ) to SharePoint 2010) After you do that just Open up the site and fix any issues (like file system references). Once upgraded to SharePoint 2010, follow these steps:   Click on Site Actions >> Site Settings.   On the Site Settings page click " Save site as Template ", then enter a file name and Template name and click OK.    Now, The site templ
Migrating SharePoint 2007 Site/List Templates(.stp) into SharePoint 2010 Migrating SharePoint 2007 Site/List Templates(.stp) into SharePoint 2010 Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on 6:50 PM Rating: 5

IIS URL Rewrite Module with SharePoint

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Want to get rid of "/Pages/" from SharePoint URL? Want to redirect from "http" to "Https" ? want to redirect from one SharePoint site to another? then your search ends here. Use IIS URL Rewrite Module, Just a free add-on to IIS. Here are the posts on using IIS Rewrite module with SharePoint: Redirect Old MOSS 2007 Site to New SharePoint 2010 Site during Migration using URL Rewrite Redirect from HTTP to HTTPS in SharePoint using IIS URL Rewrite Module Download: http://www.iis.net/download/urlrewrite http://www.microsoft.com/web/downloads/platform.aspx
IIS URL Rewrite Module with SharePoint IIS URL Rewrite Module with SharePoint Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on 7:30 PM Rating: 5

TFS Basics Tutor for End User

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Introduction: Team Foundation Server is a source control, data collection, reporting, project tracking, and is intended for collaborative software development projects. This guide briefs on the basics about using TFS. Table of Contents Team Foundation Server – Introduction 1.0    Pre-Requisites 2.0    Setting up Team Foundation Server for the first time 3.0    Adding New Files to TFS 4.0    Committing changes to the TFS Server 5.0    Get the Latest files from TFS 6.0    Editing/updating files in TFS 7.0    Deleting Files to TFS 8.0    Going back to a Prior version 1.0    Pre-Requisites: 1.        Visual Studio 2010/2008/2005 with SP1. 2.        TFS for Visual studio: http://download.microsoft.com/download/4/4/C/44CD7FE1-CA53-441C-863C-F7E78F24D092/VS2010TE1.iso 3.        Forward compatibility plug-in for (Note that you need Service Pack 1 installed for Visual Studio for forward compatibility plug-ins to work) : VS 2005: http://www.microsoft.c
TFS Basics Tutor for End User TFS Basics Tutor for End User Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on 2:20 PM Rating: 5
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