Despite dealing with the (bad) tonsillitis, today (especially towards the end) proved to be productive. On tonight’s menu : dead domain controller demotion, plus checking Service Principal Names duplicate entries. That made me discover a lovely little utility included in windows : LDP.exe Removing the SPN entry drove our Sharepoint
It’s been now several days that I’m fighting against this error when trying to activate Sharepoint Publishing Infrastructure at the site collection level. I’ve posted something about it in Technet Forums @ Microsoft, see the following link: http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=3528645&SiteID=1 Any help is welcome 🙂 Cheers, Max
Morning folks, this morning a weird issue (no, really?) some permissions simply disappeared during the night on some of our Sharepoint lists. No reasons for that, nothing in event logs. Classical. Had to set them back again, now it works fine.
This morning one of our users reported that his adwords editor suddenly keeps freezing. After trying to uninstall and reinstall without success, I tried to do it a bit harsher… and it worked! I uninstalled adwords editor, went to the user’s “Application Data” and “Local Settings\Application Data” folders and deleted
If you ever encounter an event ID 10536 error saying that “the external credentials in the SSO database are more recent”, check your system time and set it correctly. On this developer workstation, the time was set incorrectly as being on the 11th may while the correct date was the
Whenever you run into repeating error 18456 / Anonymous Logon failure on your SQL server, be sure to check that Single Sign-On has been set up properly on your Sharepoint farm. To set up SSO, you will need to log into the server (and also into central administration) not with
I hate Acer and I want them to die, that should have been the right title of Nirvana’s hit. My unfaithful, twisted Acer Aspire 3104 WLMi, already famous for it’s overheating issues and semi-USB failures (one port out of three not working, only one port running at full USB 2.0,
On a Windows x64 Enterprise Edition machine you may happen to have problems with the Active Directory users & computers MMC snap-in. Try the following to fix the issue : %windir%\syswow64\mmc.exe %systemroot%\system32\dsa.msc -32 this will launch the 32bit version of the snap-in, without errors (hopefully).
If you’re trying to run newsid.exe on windows vista you will most probably get an error saying that newsid.exe can’t find the computer SID. The problem can be fixed easily : right-click on newsid.exe and select “run as administrator” 😉 If you can’t run it as an admin, launch a
This issue occurs on Windows 2003 systems because the update file is too large. To fix this issue, install the microsoft hotfix KB925336 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/925336) You can expect to encounter this issue when applying Visual Studio 2005 service pack.