I reported a few weeks back about Robert Cranes upcoming SharePoint training course. I hear that positions are filling fast and the course is on in just two days – therefore if you’ve not registered yet, now is the time to do it. You can find out more about the course and register directly with Robert for it here. … [Read more...]
SharePoint – Beyond the Basics
Robert Crane is running a workshop on Sharepoint – Beyond the Basics. Rob is well known as an authority on how SharePoint can be used in the SMB space, and he has recently been awarded as a Microsoft MVP in Office 365 – a core component of Office 365 is SharePoint. The course information is below and you can register directly with Robert for it here. To really make … [Read more...]
“ConfigureSharePointDatabaseTask: Microsoft SharePoint Foundation is not configured” during SBS 2003 to 2011 Migration
When doing the SBS 2003 to SBS 2011 migration, make sure you have the latest version of the document and ALWAYS review the document in full. Microsoft made a recent change in the documentation which included a step designed to get around this issue – it’s documented on Page 17 where you need to give the built in administrators group the right to logon as a batch job. If … [Read more...]
How can I reduce my ShareWebDb_log.ldf file size?
Yesterday you will have seen how I reduced the size of my SharePoint Config Log file on my SBS 2008 server from 10.9GB down to 1MB. While I was digging, I noticed that the ShareWebDB_Log.ldf file was also quite large at 2.8GB in size. I thought this was abnormal too – so I modified the script from the Microsoft KB article I found yesterday. Here’s my modified … [Read more...]
How can I reduce my SharePoint log file size on SBS 2008?
I was searching tonight for disk space on my SBS 2008 server as a routine thing I do to keep an eye on things. I found that the SharePoint_Config LDF file was over 10GB in size – ouch! I ran the SBS 2008 Best Practice Analyser and it guided me to a Microsoft KB article which described the problem in full along with a way to resolve it. Check out this Microsoft KB … [Read more...]