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We have a MOSS 2007 site called for example Sharepoint-80, url is: http://ourdomain.com, under it I created a team site collection, the url is:
My question is in IIS directory, I cannot find a directory named either "sites" or "HRDepartment". I know IIS directory isnot like sharepoint directory. But I need to look at IIS settings for the subsite directory, how and where can I find it - to find a
site collection directory in IIS?
We have requirement to create multiple pages in the test envrionment to geneate test data. I was thinking to create a master page and make copy of it and copy into another site in the same site collection. Any insight how to do it.
I want to customize Access denied page and that is for only a single Site Collection on my server.
I have tried to custozied content placeholder of AccessDenied.aspx under LAYOUT folder which applicable to all site collection on that server.
Please, guide me.
Thanks in Advance.
Is it possible to use PowerShell to change the Welcome Page of a Site Collection?
I can do it through Central Admin (Site Settings>Look and Feel>Welcome Page) but can't find anything about PS.
Can anyone help please?
I have no idea how to fix this however it was brought to my attention that a page within one of my site collections (site1) called (page1) is showing up on my (site1) navigation accross the top. When you click on (page1) you get a list of the (site1)
navigation on the quick launch to the left. Does anyone know how to fix this. I cannot seem to remove this from the navigation settings within the site collection, only hide it.
MOSS 2007 Publishing Sites
Any help would be appreciated. thanks.
We implement search providers for both Live.com and SharePoint so you can take advantage of either in your own applications.
MSDN Magazine September 2007
Master pages in ASP.NET 2.0 solve a problem many Web developers have been solving on their own with a variety of techniques for years - providing a single master template for an entire site. This article covers the details of master pages, discussing their usage and implementation and how they are a natural evolution of custom techniques developers are using today.
MSDN Magazine June 2004
I've been searching and trying to get this now for hours, so i though i'd come here.
For my website, there will be an admin site. I want to create users in my website database, i have a logins table with a hashed password column. The problem i have is making sure that every request if not already logged in send the user to the login page.
I have a page Login.aspx which i have created, but if i enter http://website/admin/news.aspx it bypasses the login screen and shows the page!!
Does anyone know how i can do this? i have created Login.aspx myself and verified that the username and password enetered are correct.
One of the user got My owa link in place of my site on the my home page ( go to my site --> my home --> top right corner shows My owa insead of my site ) and he wants to edit that my owa link now. first of all i dont know how he got that
My owa link in the place of my site on my home page. When he surfs any other page than he is getting my site on all other pages. so he is just getting My owa link in place of my site only on the my home page.
At the first glanse, i think it would be master page issue but if that would be the case than it shold apply all the users but this is happening just for one user and we are not using custom master page.
We have a document library on a site created off of the Report Center site template. We uploaded a Word 2007 document with the word zebra in the text. Using the search bar at the top of the page we selected This list: Our document library and searched for
zebra. We received no results.
We tested the same thing on another site (site template Team site) within the same site collection and search worked fine.
Does the Report Center search function differently then the search functionality on the Team site?
I have 7 site collections containing a few hundred team collaboration sites. Some users are internal (intranet) but most are external (extranet). Extranet users are experiencing problems with losing links to their sites and forgetting which URLs to
use. So I would like to create a single entry page that all users can enter after the logon process, which shows a list of sites they have permission to access, and other user-specific information. Perhaps relevant documents, tasks, recently modified documents
I know this sounds like a 'My Site' but we want to use use a general welcome page instead. We use Windows authentication.
What is the best way of doing this and is it something that can be done in SharePoing Designer or does it need to be done in Visual Studio?
Many thanks in advance.
I'm using a custom.master page, which is applied to almost all pages available to READ users.
However, I'd like to apply it to the Search, Site Settings, and View All Site Content pages.
I'm not sure where this would be applied.
Guidance much appreciated. Thanks!
I am working on a SP site (MOSS not WSS) which is heavily customised away from the OOTB layout. I need to create a Wiki site, which was going well - I've created a master page which displays the miniconsole (this was not visible with our customised
layout), and made it the default master page for the site. This has been applied to the two standard pages that come with the Wiki site, however when a new page is created, it seems to inherit the default.master, rather than my custom master page - thus not
showing the miniconsole.
When I have created a new page, I am able to use SharePoint Designer to attach my custom master page to it, which works perfectly, however this will not be a viable option going forward as end-users create their new wiki pages.
How can I get the new pages to inherit my master page when they are created?
Usage analysis processing is enable for my farm in both Central Administration and in the SSP.
I've checked TImer Job Status and the three timer jobs responsible for doing the log analsis are all running.
I've also checked the log file locations and the log files are being generated.
Yet when I browse the "Site collection usage summary" report (SpUsageSite.aspx) I get the following:
No data is available for this report. Usage analysis might have been enabled only recently, or there might have been insufficient usage to result in any values for the report.
My farm is running 2007 Enterprise SP2 (126.96.36.19921).
Can someone confirm if this issue was fixed with one of the CU's that were issues post-SP2?
I have a custom ASP page that I need to add to my sharepoint 3.0 web site. I created a virtual directory under my website and placed the ASP file. When I link to the ASP file, I get a 404 page not found. To make sure I had the correct URL
path, I created a test html file and placed in the same virtual directory and linked to it just fine. I think it has something to do with managed paths and sharepoint trying to control this new ASP content. I cannot figure out how to exclude this
content from managed paths.
Any suggestions on how to resolve this issue so I can run this custom ASP file under sharepoint 3.0?