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Had a Sharepoint farm I inherited that was running on ____ hardware in a ____ setup- raid controller failed, and the rack was setup so that I have to down 15 servers that might not come back up, just to get at the server... Complete, unrecoverable failure.
This server was a member of our Sharepoint 2007 farm, and had Reporting Services on it. There are a lot of little pieces that are still referenced in the Central Configuration. I removed the server forcibly, and need to know next steps, specifically:
1. I tried to move Reporting Services to another server, but I get an error in the Grant Database privileges that I cannot connect to the Report Server's WMI Provider. I created a SPN on a DC, forced a replication a few hours ago, and still no luck. Any
2. How do I fix all the little things that reference that server? Anytime Sharepoint initiates a web page to Central Administration, it tries to use that server address.
I think the failed server was running SQL 2008 or SQL 2008 R2, and the server I am moving this to is SQL 2005 SP2. I have installed the correct Reporting Services for Sharepoint. Have I missed something?
Time is of the essence because management relies on Reporting Services and I am under a great deal of pressure to fix this. I appreciate any help I can get.
I know how to send email from asp.net using my pc and my provider smtp server. But doing the same thing from a Win2008 dedicated server is confusing for me. I have installed the smtp server and configure for my virtual web as explained here :
But I'm confused by these two lines
serv.DeliveryMethod = SmtpDeliveryMethod.PickupDirectoryFromIis;
serv.Credentials = new
1ÃÂ°) Why PickupDirectoryFromIis since in configuration localhost smtp server has been chosen and not pickup directory ?
2ÃÂ°) When setting up the smtp server no login / password has been asked so is the same as the computer login / password ?
We have a website that is in ASP form and wish to convert it to ASP.NET on a new server that is running Windows Server 2008. Maintenance on the existing site is done via Frontpage. Since Windows Server 2008 does not use Frontpage extensions we want to shift to SharePoint Designer. We do have SharePoint MOSS2007 but can't afford additional licenses right now so we have to stick with ASP.NET I would like to take advantage of master pages to consolidate a large number of include files but I haven't found anything on working with master pages via SharePoint Designer unless it is on a SharePoint server.
Is it possible to have the core of the site in the form of an ASP.NET master page developed in Visual Studio 2007 but with content pages created in SharePoint Designer? If it is possible can you help me get started?
Thanks in advance!
Good luck to everyone.
Imagine A project has been in the medium-sized scale contents classes in the sessions,
the SQL Server sessions seriliazed. 300-minute session in the state here;
but it losts when they dont till 300 minutes.
there are a lot of solution on the Internet, but most are guaranteed by SQL Server State and it cant be change anything. in the meantime i havent any vps or vds just using low hosting packet web farm or web garden dont know.
by the way i had try another solution named "Defibilator" think a iframe on page and refresh every 60 second for extends session timeout. [didnt work either]
Do you think the problem is ?
easy to come to you.
p.s : sorry for my bad english
I have a program (VS 2008) that connects to SQL 2008 when it runs. This week for some reason, it stopped working. When I go into ODBC Data Sources on the computer to check the connection, it will not connect to SQL. To my knowledge, nothing in SQL or
on the client computer (Win XP Pro) has changed.
Here is the error message...
SQL Server Error: 18452
[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Login Faled. That login is from an untrusted domain and cannot be used with Windows Authentication.
Can someone please help???