Steve Chen [MSFT] Sr. Support Escalation Engineer

...about SharePoint mysteries and related

February, 2010

Posts
  • SP1 for WSS and MOSS retires april 2010

    Urgent message!!! as per our lifecycle policy, the Service Pack 1 for MOSS and WSS will retire in April 2010! So if you're currently still on SP1, please consider to update as soon as possible to at least SP2! Information about the lifecycle you can find...
  • SharePoint 2007 and Office integration

    In 2007 there was published a white paper for Office integration and SharePoint Server 2007 . This white paper describes how different versions of Microsoft Office programs work together with the 2003 and 2007 versions of SharePoint Products and Technologies...
  • WSS and MOSS 2007 Feb.Update 2010 available

    Hello all, since yesterday night, the new cumulative updates (Uber packages) for WSSv3 and MOSS 2007 are published and available! Please see here for more info: (the KB's might be currently not published but will be soon available as well) WSS: 978396...
  • Eu browser Choice for Internet Explorer and others

    Hello all, if not already noticed, Microsoft will begin offering a “Web browser choice screen” to Internet Explorer users in Europe, as required by the European Commission. So what does this mean for you? First, a little background. In December, the European...
  • Install SPS2010 on Server 2008 R2 and SQL2008 R2

    To continue the SharePoint 2010 Resource Guide series, I'll post her just in short to this topic. The reason is, that I have found a very good Blog with detailed description on Install, Setup and configuring the SharePoint 2010 Beta on a Windows Server...
  • Latest news on WSSv4 anD SharePoint 2010

    Today, I noticed some other blogs and posts announcing some news around Windows SharePoint Services 4.0 (which is now SharePoint Foundation 2010) and SharePoint Server 2010. My colleague, Stefan Goßner, Escalation Engineer for SharePoint (WSS, SPS, MOSS...
  • Direct access vs. VPN connection

    Today, I want to share some very nice feature with you ;-) The end of the area that VPN's are the only way to connect to your corporate network! Short Introduction: When you are traveling a lot due to business reasons you might be one of the "lucky...