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I am running SharePoint 2010 in a farm environment. I have 2 app servers and 3 web front ends. I want to have the profiles running on 2 servers. Does anyone know of a best way to do this. If I reboot the
app server, trying to get to profiles throws an error... "Internal server error exception" The way we have our MOSS farm setup is user access the web front ends and we can reboot index server at anytime and no one is ever affected...
I want to do the same setup.
How can I load balance the profiles or atleast have them on 2 servers in case one goes down.
Which Software or which projekt type in VS 2010 can be recommended for the following requirements:
- Installation of a client application
- target systems are: XP, Vista, Windows 7, Server 2003 + 2008 (both 32-bit and 64-bit)
- user need to give some input:
- name, company, path for installation, path for data storage (configuration, temp files, etc.)
- serial number (should be checked by own code, preferrable in c# or InstallShield script)
- there will be about 30 files for the application and the size is about 40 MB
Just for better understanding: The application will use a database (this is already installed on the user system).
Is the MSI-project in VS 2010 good enough? Or maybe the InstallShield LE (free vor VS 2010)? Or is a full InstallShield needed?
Or some complete other software?
What would you recommend? And which should definately not be used because of limitations?
Thanks in advance!
How to generate the setup file for windows application (VS 2008) and how to install the SQL server (2005) at client system. Should i install complete SQL Server or anything else..? or Can i integrate the database file (.mdf) into setup file...
Before install these setup at client system, should i install .NET 3.5 framework..?
Please Help me....
I did all the steps needed in order to create a setup project for my web application :
File / New / Project' in Microsoft Visual
Studio 2008. ----->'Other Project Types / Setup and
Deployment' ---> 'Web Setup Project'to the right.
assigned a name to the project ---> click ok ---> right clicked on the named assigned ---> add----> Project Output ---> the project output window openend but is empty !!!!! ???
help please !!!!!
I was wondering if anyone knows how in WSS 3.0 to set it up to where when you click on New and choose the form it opens up in the web and does not use the end user's application. The end result is we have a Excel spreadsheet that we would like to be
where the users can open it from a smart phone with out Excel running on it. Thanks for any help rendered.
During installation the Application will be setup to communicate with a particular server, and prompt the user to supply an Account Number and Password which will be used to retrieve that client’s details
from the Internal Application. Therefore the computer onto which the Client Application is being installed must be online during installation. As the installation may not occur without these details, the screen requesting the Account Number and Password could
be the first screen after the introduction screen. Installation may not precede without connectivity or the retrieved client details.
During installation a printer selection screen must also be displayed, where the user may select,
The thermal printer and the dot matrix printer (for bulk printing, if relevant).
PC’s, onto which the application will be installed, will be locked with software prior to the application being installed on it. Thi
Hi to all!
I'm not too experienced with networking and I have a request for my application that i'm not sure how to implement.
My client want's to be able to connect to his office machine from his home using the remote desktop. Now, that wouldn't be a problem if it was one machine connected directly to the internet. But it's most often a LAN in the office and he wants to be able
to connect to the one where my application is installed on. Now, I know about port forwarding on the router to dispatch connections to specific machine but I was wondering if there is some way to circumvent router setup?
I was wondering how MSN or Skype work? For example, i have MSN&Skype installed on several machines on my LAN and all of them work properly without any router setup so there must be some way of doing this.
Obviously, i would program a little server routine that my application would notice every so often about its current IP address (but that's routers IP address, not the specific machines one).
Any ideas would be highly appreciated.
I am not a IT guy but interested in SQL since it is popular in Industrial application.
So it is an good idea for me to start with SQL 2005 Express, which is free.
I downloaded some components from this website but don't know how to use.
Long story short, my question is:
If I have two laptops, or one laptop with VMware, how to setup a SQL server and a client so client can read/write from/to the database(server)?