How do I delete groups from companyweb ?
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I am doing some testing in preparation for a DB attach upgrade from MOSS 2007 to SharePoint Server 2010, and I've run across a bunch of old sites that do not have the default Owners, Members, and Visitors groups. Without those groups (specifically, without
Members) we won't be able to take full advantage of the My Sites Memberships page.
I noticed, though, that when I "Enable Enterprise Features" for all current sites from within Central Administration, sometimes those groups get created on a site that didn't have them before. I've done this on a few different environments and it doesn't
seem to always create those groups. Now, I didn't think I had to run Enable Enterprise Features because our 2007 environment was Enterprise, but then I realized some of the sites were created back in SharePoint 2003 and enterprise features might never have
been run on the sites when it was upgraded to MOSS 2007.
So the question: is running Enable Enterprise Features for current sites supposed to create the default groups if they don't exist (along with everything else it does)? Is that the recommended way to get groups made for all sites so site admins/owners can
add people to that new Members group which allows the users to visit their My Site page to view all the sites they are members of?
I am struck here with a peculiar problem I have created a new web application to work with.
And now i want to delete that but sharepoint is not enabling some icons in ribbon like delete option.
Please enlighten me how can I delete that web application.
Can some one help me to achieve below task
Save/Update/Delete Sql Server data base table using Sharepoint Designer.
i need to have task delete,then task is finshed.
Is it possible to have them automaic deletet after users have finshed them in sharepoint 2010.
I am using SSIS SharePoint List Adapter to load data in and out of my SharePoint Lists from within SSIS, and most of it is working fine. However, I need to perform a lookup against the Users & Groups collection in SharePoint so I can retrieve
the UserID and set the value when writing back to SharePoint. Any help would be tremendously appreciated!
Hello. I support a portal running on SharePoint. For some of our SharePoint sites that have larger memberships, we manage the membership through AD groups. In some cases, clients seem to encountering a caching issue. As user will
be added to the AD group, but SharePoint will continue to give that user an Access Denied message to the site. Other users who are in the AD group can access the site without issue. In some cases, creating a new AD group, copying the membership
of the original group over, and adding that new group to the site permissions resolves the issue, but not always. Typically, adding the involved user directly to the site permissions resolves the issue for that user. Can anyone tell me where SharePoint
is caching this information and/or what I can do to clear it out? Thanks!
I got an unusual issue with SharePoint 2010. We use SharePoint as an external Client portal using FBA login authentication. We have close to 2000 users on this portal. 28 of these users show up with i:0#.f|fbamembershipprovider| in its
username and these 28 accounts cant login. I can't seem to find where they are in the database or how to remove or fix these logins. Anyone have a suggestion?
i hope your understood my problem...
please suuggest me with your coading skills.....
thanks & regards
How to create a custom content type with own custom view ,add, edit and delete form in sharepoint foundation server 2010 using visual studio 2010?
I donot want to use default form "form.aspx".
we can use my custom form in place of "form.aspx"?