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We wish to disable the "Tags and Notes" feature on our SharePoint 2010 site. When I remove the "Use Social Features" permission from the "User Profile Service Application" this also removes the "My Site" link from the drop down at the top of the page.
Why on earth would this happen? According to the TechNet page on social features (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee721063.aspx) the Use Social Features permission "Includes
social tags, Note Board, and ratings." Nothing in there indicates that it would remove the link to My Site.
My Site continues to work of course, it is just that the link is removed (which confuses users).
We want to disable Tags and Notes but leave the link to My Site. Is there a way?
have tried installing SQL Server 2008 multiple times on my machine, and
I always receive this error about 3/4 of the way through: '' is not a valid login or you do not have permission.I
have tried installing both SQL Server 2008 Express with Tools and SQL
Server 2008 with Advanced Services, and they both fail the same way. I
am trying to do a new stand-alone installation.I'm running Windows XP Home Edition SP3.Looking
into the error, some forums say I have to install it from THE
Administrator account, and not an account with administrator
permissions; it also cannot be in Safe Mode, because then the Windows
Installer won't work. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to login to
the Administrator account. I can go to the home login screen, do
ctrl+alt+del twice, and attempt to login to the Administrator account,
but I receive this error: Unable to Log You on because of an Account Restriction.Other
forums say that in the Server Configuration section, all you have to do
is provide the username and a strong password from an administrative
account on the computer, and it doesn't have to be THE Administrator.
Well, I did that, but for some reason it doesn't recognize my username
I ahve created the WCF service and Client Application To consume that Service and Everything Tested and working perfectly.
But to Giv that Application to the Client we have give the 2 Installer
1)Server Instller(WCF Service Installer)
2) Client Installer having Some forms and Logic to consume WCF service.
My question is that..
While Installing the Service(WCF) service at production evnironment if they gives some name.
How my client Application Knows that Service?Is there any way to do that
Please Help me
I'm having a strange issue with file system permissions.
A backup database to file location e:\sqlbackup works fine.
A BACKUP SERVICE MASTER KEY or BACKUP MASTER KEY fails with the error ´MSG 15240, Level 16, State 1 Cannot Write into file ´e:\sqlbackup\file.bak' Verify that you have write permissions, etc...'
What am I missing?
I found a great thread by Uday titled "SQL 2008 Reporting Services Win XP SP2" and worked through it, but I am still stumped.
I am using port 8080 cause this was default. I tried changeing to 80, but it didn't help, so changed back. IIS is using port 80 and is currently stopped.
I see both databases in SQL Server and can query while logged in as Account that is used for the service account. SSRS is running.
URL reservations look good in the rsreportserver.config file. In Native mode.
While in RS Config Manger I can test database connection and it is good. When I click the webservice URL or the Report Manger URL in the Config Manager I get errors "Web site can not be found" and "Website can not display page" I just
upgraded to IE 8. Can't figure out what to do next.
When I use httpcfg.exe I see a URL for http://+:8080/ReportServer/ and http://+:80/Reports/. This could be the problem. How can I chages seconfd to port 8080?
Any help would be appreciated.
I have just installed MOSS 2007 on a machine with 64-bit Win 2K3. It installs fine but after installation navigating to the Central Administration site yields a "Service Unavailable" message.
I tried searching for reasons for this, but the event viewer has no significant logs, and the relevant services (World Wide Wed Publishing Service, Windows SharePoint Services Administration, and Windows SharePoint Services Timer are all started.
I had previously installed and run MOSS 2007 successfully on this machine, but had to uninstall and reinstall for an unconnected reason. After reinstalling, I am now getting the "Service Unavailable" error.
Can someone give me an idea what to look into to debug this issue? Thanks in advance.
I've developed a SQL webservice which works absolutely fine on the server but it doesn't work on my VMware. It generates following error:
"The SQL Server Service account does not have permission to register the supplied URL on the endpoint. Use sp_reserve_http_namespace to explicitly reserve the URL namespace before you try to register the URL again. An error ('0x80070005') occurred
while attempting to register the endpoint."
Here's my webservice:
CREATE ENDPOINT [SQL_Webservice]
AS HTTP (PATH=N'/TEST', PORTS = (CLEAR), AUTHENTICATION = (NTLM), SITE='192.168.xx.x', CLEAR_PORT = 80, COMPRESSION=DISABLED)
FOR SOAP (
WEBMETHOD 'GetCountries'( NAME=N'[TestDatabase].[dbo].[GetCountries]'
WEBMETHOD 'GetCities'( N
I am going to use MSMQ with EntLib 4.0,it needs a distributor service to be installed and I followed the way described in EntLib documentation but while running installutil -i msmqdistributor.exe commnad promt( Visual Studio) I get an error System.Management.ManagementException Access denied. Can anybody help me to resolve this issue? or can anyone give me link how to use EntLib 4.0 for Asynchronous Logging? I need urgent help.
First of all, sorry for my English. I have a question.
Whether we should first remove cumulative update packages before install service pack in SQL 2008 (SQL 2008 R2) as it was in SQL 2005?
I don't found such information in available links, for example