How to implement AD(AD users) + FBA(external users, suppliers and job seekers) login option in SharePoint 2007 internet bilingual site. How to proceed with this?
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I need to login to OWA without entering username and password after i logged in to my SharePoint Portal. Currently, i have put OWA hyperlink and when user click on the link, it will popup the login page for OWA. How do i pass the credentials to OWA after
logged in to the portal?
Have been searched around but can't find it. Thanks for the assistant!
I am trying to figure out the best way to make a Sharepoint 2010 site available to company employees (i.e. with AD credentials), via the Internet. I am not interested in the kind of internet-facing use of Sharepoint that many seem to be asking about, where
it is for a public site accessible to the general public or anonymous users.
Rather, this would be more like the Remote Web Workplace feature found in Small Business Server or Essential Business Server, where a web page is published to the internet that only has username and password fields. Upon logging in with AD credentials,
the user sees the same Sharepoint home page they would have otherwise seen within the Lan if the were onsite (like Companyweb in Small Business Server).
Any suggestions or references to information about this scenario would be helpful in having my client decide whether they will purchase the product.
The knowledge worker is greatly empowered if she is able to access information across the enterprise from a central access point. With the SharePoint Portal Server 2001 Search Service you can catalogue information stored in Exchange public folders, on the Web, in the file system, and even in Lotus Notes databases. This article discusses the use of ActiveX Data Objects and the Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning protocol for creating search solutions based on SharePoint Portal Server 2001.
MSDN Magazine April 2002
Most large organizations have mounds of disjointed information in a variety of formats spread out across an enterprise. To make the most efficient use of that information, it must be readily accessible, easy to identify, and simple to navigate. SharePoint Portal Server 2001 unifies information by allowing members of any organization to create, share, and publish documents from a single access point. This article covers the services in SPS that can help an organization improve workflow and information management.
MSDN Magazine September 2001
Anybody knows how we can create a custom session when user login to sharepoint site (intranet)?
When a user login, I want to show some disclaimer where the user can choose yes or no.
If yes, it will create 1 session to make the disclaimer box only showed up once for every login.
Can I achieve this without using custom control?
Thank you all
I need to setup two separate webshops with public access and different layouts using AX2009 Enterprise Portal.
However I am uncertain how to implement two completely different layouts/designs because the Sharepoint Templates are located inside the 12 hive and not seperate for each website.
Can anybody give me some hints on how to do this - and if so, which requirements I have to meet (VSS 3.0 or MOSS Standard / Enterprise) in order to do it.
I am speculating whether I need to setup two separate web-servers with each own Sharepoint installation (and Business Connector Proxy)
Thanks in advance