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This question was problably asked already, but as we currently upgrading to SP 2010
Would like to know with SP 2010 if there would be any issues using it with exchange 2007?, or doesnt it matter which version of exchange server it users?
Thanks in advance
I am a SharePoint developer. I work in a company that develops and deploies SharePoint Solutions for Intranet sites.
Now, we have a customer that requires SharePoint Server 2010 for Internet Sites. I have read some things about it, but I am still unsure about the SharePoint for Internet Sites deployment.
The informations I have found are not enough to understand it very well, so, I would like someone helps me.
What does exactly SharePoint Server 2010 differ from SharePoint Server 2010 for Internet Sites?
Is SharePoint Server 2010 for Internet Sites SKU the same than SharePoint Server 2010 one?
http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/en-us/buy/Pages/Licensing-Details.aspx Provides some information about SharePoint 2010 licenses. There, we can find:
"The Server only licensing model is for external users only. Internal users can use this license only if all content, information, and applications are also accessible to external users. If the server has items that are for internal use
only, those users require CALs, and their servers require licenses for SharePoint Server 2010."
But, how can we do those restrictions? Using SharePoint permissions? How does Microsoft check it?
Does SharePoint Server 201
I am having the exact problem with the Configuration failing. It appears that EmilyBen fixed the problem by uninstalling and "reimaging" her server. Would you please tell me how this is done and will I be able to reinstall without any problems, such
as reusing my license key for the product?
Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 include a new set of components called Application Services. These put a rich set of tools in a developer's bag for Office automation. We'll show you how to use Office OpenXML, Word Automation Services and SharePoint to build a simple application that merges separate status reports into a single document.
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MSDN Magazine July 2010