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  • Blog Post: Microsoft TechNet documentation for SharePoint Server 2010 Storage

    Since Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 is an application that relies on Microsoft SQL Server database software, we strive to provide IT pros comprehensive documentation about storage. The TechNet SharePoint Server 2010 Library contains the following articles: Storage and SQL Server capacity...
  • Blog Post: Add-in for Manipulating Points on Charts in Excel 2007 and Excel 2010

    The Microsoft Excel product team has listened to customer feedback and created the Manipulating Points on Charts (MPOC) add-in. MPOC provides Excel 2007 and Excel 2010 users the ability to resize or reposition points on charts. This feature was last present in Excel 2003 and later removed. Since then...
  • Blog Post: Find active databases used by SharePoint Server 2010

    One of the best ways to know what databases your SharePoint deployment uses is to keep a record and add database names each time you create a new database. This isn’t always easy as there usually isn’t enough extra time during the day to keep records. Plus, more often than not your SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: Finally Finally Finished: The Move All Databases Procedure

    UPDATE! We are now able to update TechNet articles! The Move All Databases articles have been updated with the new content (more than once!), and the download version of the article has been pulled down. Thanks for your patience Folks that have tried to move their SharePoint databases from one server...
  • Blog Post: Using the new features in SQL Server 2008 with Office SharePoint Server 2007

    Microsoft SQL Server 2008 includes several new and enhanced features that are important for deploying Office SharePoint Server 2007. New and enhanced SQL Server 2008 features are especially relevant for SharePoint deployments in four principal areas: Performance Availability Security Resource...
  • Blog Post: Support your DBA!

    We’ve just finished creating a new downloadable book for SQL Server database administrators who support SharePoint environments. If you work with one of those lucky folks, you may want to point them to: SharePoint guidance for SQL Server 2008 database administrators (Downloadable book) We’ve also...
  • Blog Post: Check out free SharePoint videos from TechEd 2009

    If you missed TechEd 2009, you can watch many of the sessions on video. TechNet has posted 43 hours of videos that cover such topics as Office SharePoint Server 2007, Windows (client and server), security, and unified messaging. These include eight sessions provided by SharePoint MVPs and experts: ...
  • Blog Post: Article updates for the April Cumulative Update

    If you subscribe to our newly-published RSS feeds for Windows SharePoint Services and Office SharePoint Server , you may have noticed a wave of topics that we updated for the April Cumulative Update. We updated topics because the Windows SharePoint Services portion of the Cumulative Update fixes a...
  • Blog Post: New Storage and SQL Server capacity planning article for SharePoint Server 2013

    The much anticipated, Storage and SQL Server capacity planning and configuration (SharePoint Server 2013) article is now live on TechNet. The product group invested many hours of testing both SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1 and SQL Server 2012 with SharePoint Server 2013. Use the resulting data in this article...
  • Blog Post: Tip: Take a moment to rename databases during a database attach upgrade

    SharePoint Products automatically generate GUID-based database names when databases are created, such as WSS_Content_ 2a24a7ecde1744d4823e31d77b266653. When you're ready to upgrade, if you don’t have a handy farm inventory, it can take a little time and research to identify each database and map them...
  • Blog Post: Empower your users of Access 2010 Database Applications with Access Services!

    For years Microsoft Access has allowed organizations, individual departments, and users to manage their business information. It enables them to easily create and deploy database applications that address a specific business need, task, or process. With the addition of Access Services in Microsoft...