Office Web Apps are the online companion to Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote applications that allow users to access documents, from anywhere. If you are going to use SharePoint 2010 in your organization, it allows you to do basic editing of word document without needing to install the Office Suite on client machines. System Requirements: […]
Document IDs help you manage your documents by providing an easy way to track items regardless of their location. Starting with SharePoint2010, the unique identifier of a document is no longer a headache to manage. To use Document IDs, just follow these simple steps: 1. Activate the Document ID Site collection feature. 2. Enter Site […]
Introduction User profiles provide detailed information about individuals in your organization. A user profile organizes and displays all the properties as well as documents and other items that are related to each user. In order to effectively use User Profile Services in SharePoint 2010, it should be properly configured. Solution To configure the User Profile […]
Recently I discovered an interesting thing about SharePoint user management, reusing SharePoint user IDs results in an “Access Denied” error. This can be replicated using following steps: Have user “A” as a SharePoint user. Delete user “A” from site collection. Delete user “A” from Active Directory. Create a new account in AD with the same […]
A group is a set of term sets that all share common security requirements. This topic explains how Term Store Administrators can use the Term Store Management Tool to create and manage new groups. It also explains how to create new term sets within those groups. Creating and Configuring a New Group Groups define security […]
Logging is one of the most important functions in SharePoint for diagnosing problems. Users can configure log settings in SharePoint 2010 Central Administration site. To open the Diagnostic Logging page, go to CA->Monitoring->Configure diagnostic logging.
Usability is being emphasized more and more by companies and is being taken a lot more seriously in recent years. In this note, we will discuss and review some key concepts related to usability to help you to better understand them. Usability Basics Usability measures the quality of a user’s experience when interacting with a […]
Creating a Lightweight Timer Job for a Site Collection: Defining Custom Work Items Timer jobs run in a specific Windows services for the SharePoint Server (please refer to: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc678870.aspx for more information). SharePoint provides some built-in timer job definitions for infrastructure, which provides developers a mechanism to customize jobs. These jobs allow developers to incorporate […]