Steve Chen [MSFT] Sr. Support Escalation Engineer

...about SharePoint mysteries and related

April, 2010

Posts
  • End of Support LifeCycle

    The Support lifecycles for our products are limited. An important date here for us is set for mid-July: Microsoft will be ending the support for the Client Operating Systems Windows 2000 Professional and Windows XP SP2 as well as for the Server Operating...
  • WSS and MOSS April CU 2010 Update packages

    Hello all, today I’ll be on early posting with the announcement of the upcoming cumulative update packages for WSSv3 and MOSS 2007. The procedure will be as usual. Please see for details my post All about updating MOSS and consider also the...
  • Alerts in SharePoint Part II (Troubleshooting MOSS/WSS)

    Related posts in this series: Troubleshooting MOSS Alerts in SharePoint (Troubleshooting MOSS/WSS) Alerts in SharePoint Part II (Troubleshooting MOSS/WSS) - This post Alerts in SharePoint 2010 (Troubleshooting) I recently had a case with alerts...
  • 2010 RTM Announcement

    Hello all, as long awaited, here is now the announcement of the 2010 RTM (Release to Manufacturing). We are also moving into this release with great momentum in the marketplace. Customers worldwide are very excited about these products, and thanks...
  • All about updating WSSv3 and MOSS2007

    As repeatedly asked and apparently still confusing the IT folks, I'll post some information's and what to consider how, during and while updating WSSv3 and MOSS 2007. Support Life Cycle: As already announced you should be aware of the retirement...
  • End of Support for windows Server 2000

    As already earlier posted, the extended support for windows 2000 server will end on 13th July 2010. After this date, no more security updates, fixes, patches and/or service packs will be delivered anymore. There is only online and self help support still...