Is it possible to get logs of SharePoint 2010 Site creation and deletion like Admin job logs in the Web Analytics ? Else where can I get a report of that ?
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My manager is getting the following email "The My Site of XXXXXXXX is scheduled for deletion. As their manager you are now the temporary owner of their site. This temporary ownership gives
you access to the site to copy any business-related information you might need. " Can anyone tell me the number of days before the my site gets deleted and can the deletion be stopped?
We have a sharepoint and using sql 2008r2 server. We found that everyday it backup to a folder spbrXXXX where XXXX is a serial #. It also has a xml document that track its backup. In each of these folders is a butch of bak file. When
I check the sharepoint admin site, it said it is backing up everyday to this folder. How can i remove those folders that are more than 2 weeks? I need to have a way to control this folder from continuously growing. Our sharepoint is only
a few weeks old and the folder is 36Gig big already.
is it possible i can automate site creation in SharePoint using Project 2010 without creating a custom addin in Project 2010 ? e.g can i use the sync button to do this ?
I've sharepoint 2010 site configured as forms based authentication having my custom membership provider.
On this site, i've a simple webparts that basically contains a asp.net login status control to allow users to login/logout. it works fine .. when user is not logged in it shows Login link that redirects users to the login page and when user is logged in,
it shows Logout link.
but when i click logout link, user is not logged out completely. I get this error - Access denied and when i go back to the page (by clicking on the link provided on error page or just refresh the page) - the user is still logged in on the site !!
Here's the code snippet of my webpart:
This exact same functionality is working fine MOSS but it doesn't seem to work here !!
protected override void CreateChildControls()
LoginStatus loginStatus = new LoginStatus();
loginStatus.LoginText = "Log in";
loginStatus.LogoutText = "Log out";
loginStatus.LogoutAction = LogoutAction.RedirectToLoginPage;
Using the information presented at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee554869.aspx (slightly modified to accommodate the fact that the SharePoint 2010 is today distributed
in the form of an ISO file), I was able to finish all steps including all 10 steps of the configuration wizard. Dismissing the wizard should result with launching the browser showing the new SharePoint site - in my case however, that browser shows a
completely empty page.
Similarly, selecting the SharePoint 2010 Central Administration entry from the Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Products folder (on the list of all installed products) results with the browser started at URL http://nik-workstation:23789/ -
which is also completely empty
Since UAC is disabled - it ought to be the database. I believe that before installing SP 2010, I had SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 R2 November CTP (this is required by Azure AppFabric development) and I was hoping that the SP installer will
find the database that fits the best.
What is the best way to handle this? What is causing the problem?
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