Monthly Archives: March 2009

Enable the ASP.NET 2.0 on the Windows 2003 Server for MOSS 2007

If you build Windows 2003 R2 SP2 server for the SharePoint environment and apply windows update, by default it will install the Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0 SP2, Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0 SP2, and Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0 SP1. With above configuration, you may … Continue reading

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Verify the Round-Robin Site Collection Allocation of the Content Databases in MOSS 2007

When a web application has multiple content databases, it is important to understand that how SharePoint decides what content database to put a new site collection in. Recently I came across the very nice blog about how the round-robin site … Continue reading

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Step by Step Process – Move Site Collections from One Content Database to Another in MOSS 2007

As most of the MOSS 2007 developer/administrator knows, you may have multiple content databases per MOSS web application but MOSS site collection can be hosted only on one content database. If you have one large content database with one large … Continue reading

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Verify the MOSS 2007 service packs, patches, cumulative updates Upgrade Installation

After you install a MOSS update, you can verify the installation by using one of the following techniques. View the upgrade log file. Check version numbers on MOSS and WSS DLLs on the file system and registry keys. View the … Continue reading

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High Level Project Plan for the MOSS 2007 Patching Project

I was recently involved in the medium scale MOSS farm upgrade. This blog entry outlines the high level project activities required for the MOSS RTM to SP1 or latest patch or cumulative update upgrade. Hope it will be useful to … Continue reading

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