I don't want anymore to type DOMAIN\username every time I want to connect in my sharepoint 2010 (W2k8 R2) from my home pc for example, how can I do this?
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We are having problems to logon on the sharepoint front-end server from a client pc, within the same network. The Sharepoint 2007 servers are running on WIndows 2008 Datacenter (2 Front ends, 1 index, 1 SQL database 2008 server).
When we try to logon the server creates an event with id 4625, status: 6d, sub-status: 6a. When we use the same account from IE 8.0 on one of the servers within the farm, then it works.
The same configuration is installed within another environment where evereything works.
I have MOSS 2007 installed with IIS V7.
My default web site port is 80. When I created a new web application for my main sharepoint portal I also set it to 80. So obviously now the default web site port shows as stopped in IIS and it won't start.
What are the best practices. Should I change the port number for my portal to something else? I mean is it even a good idea to have sharepoint on port 80? If so, how do I go about changing the port number for my portal site?
any help appreciated.
We are running SharePoint 2007 on Windows 2003 server. We would like to add the VeriSign seal or logo on left pane of each SharePoint page. Please refer to this screenshot:
Can you give step by step instruction or refer to a link?
For development purposes, we have SharePoint 2007 installed on a virtual server (Wind 2003) on a company desktop (Vista Business ed.). The SharePoint is using Active Directory and company domain. For learning purposes, we want to copy the virtual machine
on another Vista machine that is outside the domain and is not using AD:
Question 1 : How can we move the SharePoint from a domain to a Workgroup
Question 2: Is it possible to still be able to use emails (through local installation of Outlook) on the same computer that is not on the domain? If, yes, what are the possibilities (any articles on it? Etc.)?