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SharePoint 2007 for command line junkies (STSADM.EXE)

By shane.perran in : SharePoint 2007 // May 31 2006
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Steve has posted a listing of the new features with STSADM.EXE in Windows SharePoint Services v3 for you command line junkies. Here is his listing of new features discovered for v3: activatefeature addalternatedomain addcontentdb addpermissionpolicy addsolution addzoneurl authentication backuphistory blockedfilelist canceldeployment changepermissionpolicy copyappbincontent creategroup databaserepair deactivatefeature deletealternatedomain deletecontentdb deletegroup deletepermissionpolicy deletesolution deletezoneurl deploysolution deploywppack displaysolution [...]

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Customizing MOSS 2007, WSS v3 and ASP.NET 2.0 Master Pages

By shane.perran in : SharePoint, SharePoint 2007 // May 29 2006
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From Microsoft Office Word 2007 to my WordPress Blog Interface Customization in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services Version 3 revolve around ASP.NET 2.0 Master Pages.   By Default a WSS site (such as a Team Site) consists of:   A Master Page (multiple possible) (control the layout of a site) which is [...]

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SharePoint 2007 Themes (12, it's the new 60!)

By shane.perran in : SharePoint, SharePoint 2007 // May 26 2006
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For those of us that have spent out days living out of the “60 Hive” and no I’m not referring to Todd’s Blog, I’m talking about the the filesystem folder we’ve relied on for our SharePoint Customization Work.  As of now the new home would appear to be the “12″ folder.  This could potentially change [...]

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SharePoint 2007 – Make a Wish

By amandaperran in : Uncategorized // May 25 2006
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Shane has started a thread to act as a forum for the community to collectively create a wishlist for items they would like to see addressed in future versions of SharePoint…maybe even 2007.  Have a pain point with SharePoint?  Make a wish!

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