November 2011 - Posts
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server
This session will give you an overview for better evaluating SharePoint 2010 and what you need to know for maintenance. We will highlight the concepts and business scenarios of SharePoint Workspace, Co-Authoring, and SharePoint virtualization. Finally we’ll review Hyper-V basics and show you how to build a test lab for evaluating SharePoint 2010 with virtualization.Watch all sessions from this event:SharePoint 2010 for IT ProsSharePoint 2010 Virtualization and Maintenance Understanding and Deploying Office Web ApplicationsUpgrading Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 to SharePoint Server 2010.
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I hear there were some from Boise Idaho, and from Montana who were considering coming to SharePoint Saturday Utah. We totally welcome the Idaho folks to come, and Montana, Wyoming, and Nevada too! If you're a college student and looking to investigate SharePoint Development, see what the BI capabilities are, to dig in on SharePoint branding, or even as a business and end user you'll find we have multiple tracks from the 100 level on up! REPOSTED FROM JOEL
With sessions like Becky Isserman's Epic SharePoint Battle: Silverlight vs HTML 5. I wouldn't expect less! 6 Tracks with 30 sessions, and over 25 speakers flying in from all over the country and converging in the Wasatch I want to make sure everyone has the opportunity to feel welcome. I can't guarantee if you don't sign up soon that we'll have a spot. I do want to encourage you to come and bring your friends. Spread the message! Looking forward to seeing you on December 3rd.
Register today at http://spsutah.eventbrite.com
Room 1 (Design)
Room 2 (Dev)
Room 3 (Business)
Room 4 (IT)
Room 5 (BI)
Room 6 (Power User)
7:30 – 9:00
Registration – Room X
8:30 – 8:55
Opening Remarks and Keynote with Liam Cleary SharePoint MVP UK
8:55 – 9:00
9:00 – 10:15
SharePoint Branding Tips and Tricks
Business Automation made easy using SharePoint 2010, InfoPath, and SharePoint Designer
SharePoint as a Platform for Internal Business Applications
SharePoint Storage: Attack of the Blobs!
Using SharePoint as a Business Intelligence Presentation Layer
Mastering SharePoint Calendars and Tasks
10:15 – 10:30
10:30 – 11:45
Real World Business Workflow with SharePoint Designer 2010
Reduce Server Code: SharePoint and jQuery Better Together
SharePoint Jiu-Jitsu: Success through governance and adoption
SharePoint and ADFS together like—like peanut butter and jelly
Connecting SharePoint to Microsoft Dynamics
Reaching the Masses: Why SharePoint Surveys can be Great and How To Make Sure Yours Are
11:45 – 1:00
Lunch - Rooms x
1:00 – 2:15
Epic SharePoint Battle: Silverlight vs HTML 5
InfoPath Rich Form Design
How to Staff the Adoption Resource on Your SharePoint Project
Engineering Tech Specs: The Aspirin to SharePoint Headaches
(Includes free engineering spec templates)
Norm Warren & Paul Ewert
Business intelligence in SharePoint with Denali SQL 2012 & PowerPivot
Cleaning Up Information Architecture in SharePoint and Other Jedi Mind Tricks
2:15 – 2:30
2:30 – 3:45
Social Intranets: Making SharePoint Social
Building a Codeless Leave Request Application using Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010
Paper and SharePoint Belong Together – Managing them together is not only possible, but smart business!
SharePoint in the Cloud: What's Up?
Creating and Consuming a BCS Connection
Infopath Forms and Anonymous websites
3:45 – 4:00
4:00 – 5:15
Creating Beautiful Yet Powerful Dashboards Using jQuery
Learn How to Build Web Templates
Azure Cloud Authentication - Do you claim to be from the Azure Sky?
Unleashing the Power of InfoPath 2010 SharePoint List Data Connections
Identity Theft or Helpful Feature? Impersonation Steps in SharePoint Designer Workflows.
5:15 – 6:00
Closing Remarks and Giveaways - You must be present to win!
Has everyone out there noticed, all yall SharePoint folk's that SharePoint is more and more FUN all the time… and SharePoint Saturdays ROCK!!!!!!!!
I just came across this the other day while removing old content that is the results of too many searches on my Laptop.
The Microsoft® Office SharePoint™ Portal Server 2003 Document Library Migration Tools are a set of utility programs developed by Microsoft for migrating documents and associated descriptive information ("metadata") from SharePoint Portal Server Web Storage System–based document libraries to SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Microsoft SQL Server™ document libraries. The tools can export documents and associated descriptive information from SharePoint Portal Server 2001 document libraries as well as SharePoint Portal Server 2003 backward-compatible document libraries — both of which are based on Microsoft Web Storage System technology. The content exported by the tools can be imported into SharePoint Portal Server 2003 SQL Server document libraries that reside in a SharePoint Portal Server 2003 portal site, team site, My Site personal site, or SharePoint Portal Server 2003 portal area.
The two document library migration tools developed by Microsoft are Spout.exe and Spin.exe. Spout.exe, the Document Library Export Tool, is a Microsoft Windows® program that reads Web Storage System–based document libraries and exports (or outputs) the selected content as a collection of files in a format that is understood by the import program. Spin.exe, the Document Library Import Tool, is a Windows command-line program that reads the collection of files created by Spout.exe and adds the documents and associated descriptive information to the selected portal area, portal site, team site, or personal Web site on the server running SharePoint Portal Server 2003.
The SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Document Library Migration Tools are used for two common SharePoint Portal Server 2003 migration scenarios:
The scenarios are described in detail in the following sections. Both scenarios consist of an export phase followed by an import phase. The export settings to be used depend on how the content will be eventually imported into SharePoint Portal Server 2003. Selected variations of both scenarios are identified.
Step-by-step procedures and selected variations for these scenarios can be found in Using the Document Library Migration Tools. Detailed information about how to use the export and import tools, Spout.exe and Spin.exe, can be found in the Reference section.
Migrating a Web Storage System–Based Document Library to a Document Library
The more common migration scenario involves exporting all of the documents and associated descriptive information
post by Robert Bruckner
Multiple Views in a Single Report - You asked for it, and we are delivering it! Power View reports now support multiple views per report. The report pictured below contains a total of five views that you can see previews of to the left of the canvas. http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=28145
PowerPivot Gallery Preview Images - Power View now produces preview images in the PowerPivot Gallery, just like Excel workbooks. They are supported in all views of the PowerPivot Gallery (gallery, theater and carousel).
Export to Microsoft PowerPoint - Along with the ability to create reports with multiple views, you can also export your report to PowerPoint. These are not just static images. Power View reports inside PowerPoint are fully interactive
In addition, now that Power View reports support multiple views in a single report, when you click on a specific view of the report, Power View will launch with that view as the active view.
Storyboard - When you are presenting reports with multiple views in them, there is way to navigate the views in a report called storyboard. Just hover to preview any of the views and select the one you want to display.
Sorting - We are certain you saw this one coming, but Power View now supports sorting on all data regions. On tables and matrices, all you have to do is click on the column headers to sort. For charts, there is an area above the chart that we call the “floatie” that allows you to choose to sort the chart by a measure or its categories.
For charts that are displayed as multiples, you can sort those too. For multiples, sorting sorts the charts themselves by a subtotal, and of course, it’s just a click away via the floatie as well.
More Chart Features - Power View has added more functionality to charts. In particular, charts now support
• more than 20 series,
• multiple measures,
• and color (series) in scatter and bubble charts.
The chart below shows multiple measures in action, depicting the average win percentage of major league baseball both at home and on the road over a set of years.
In the next chart, you can see colors assigned on the scatterplot.
Of course, the feature works with legend highlighting as well. Select a market size from the legend and all of the points associated with that entry will be highlighted in the chart.
Chart Highlighting Enhancements - There is also significant change to the highlighting feature with charts. When your column and bar charts contain non additive data, Power View will now display the highlighted values with a thinner column that is overlaid on top of the previous values. This is done to make it possible to see the previous values, regardless of the highlighted values.
It also makes it possible to see cases where the selected item from another visual has no representation in the chart. For example, in the chart below, not only can we see how ExpressJet compares against the average of all carriers for flights delayed by carrier, but we also can see that ExpressJet did not operate any routes greater than 1,500 miles.
Number Formatting for Tables and Matrix - Power View now supports number formatting on both tables and matrix
Slicers Cross Filter Other Slicers - When you have multiple slicers on a view now, if you select an entry in one slicer, the other slicers in the view are filtered by it.
Per Data Region Filtering - Filtering improvements are available in RC0. Power View now supports filters on each data region. The picture below shows the chart region filter selected in the filter pane. If you want to switch to filtering the entire view, just hover over the grey “view” text and select it and you’ll be on your way to filtering the entire view
Measure Filters and Filter Restatement - There are two other new features in the filter pane depicted above as well. The filter pane now supports measure filters and will also restate your filters even when a specific filter is in its collapsed
Search in Filters - But we’re not done yet. Have a long list of categories that you don’t want to wade through, use the search feature.
Drag Your Data to the Canvas - You can now drag fields directly to the canvas from the model explorer. If you hover the field over the canvas, it will create a new table. If you hover the field over an existing visualization, it will add that field to the next logical location in the visualization.
Print it! - You can now print your current view. Print is “what you see is what you get”.
Support for DirectQuery mode - DirectQuery mode for Analysis Services tabular models allows you to keep your data in a SQL Server relational database and still get the benefits of interactive reporting with Power View. You can read all about direct query mode here.
Database Image Support - Power View now supports database images stored directly in the model.
Show Items with No Data - Often referred to as “outer join”, Power View now supports the ability to display items with no data. The table below shows this feature in action.
And just like everything else in Power View, this feature is just a click away in the field well.
Measures as Non-Measures - PowerView also supports the ability to treat measures as non-measures (i.e. as categories). To do this, you just go to the field well and choose the option on the field to “Do Not Summarize” as shown below.
Below is an example of a report showing the count of airline flights by minutes late. Minutes late is a measure in the table on the left. The table on the right is the same table with the “Do Not Summarize” feature turned on.
All New Canvas Look - We’ve changed the overall look of the canvas and many of the items that you can place on the canvas. Here are a couple of examples of the new look in action.
I saw this last night and had to check it out… I don’t usually re-post others post but thank you Rob for getting this out to us a picture says a thousand words and this case it may be more… So if you don't have it yet download it now from http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=28145
This tool is designed to collect system configuration and network information in order to assist Microsoft support engineers with troubleshooting . the information will be packaged in a zip so you can easily send it to a Microsoft Support Engineer.
Welcome to MSODAL Support
Please select which language you would like to use and the wizard mode is recommended for first time users.
Also, we are going to skip entering our credentials this time and bypass Office 365 authentication tests.
Wizard Mode 1
Click Wizard Mode, leave data Collections checked and click next
Wizard Mode, Please close all other Applications such as Outlook or Lync before proceeding.
Then restart the application you had trouble with and reproduce the issue. After finishing click the generate report button.
Thank you for using MOSDAL. Please open the log files folder and transmit the logs file to your Microsoft Support Engineer. Click Close MOSDAL to open the log file location.
The Log file location is my documents MOSDAL folder
Since I chose the default settings and not to authenticate MOSDAL did not collect any ADFS information
However, I noticed a lot of information in the Communicator folder so I took a look at the Office Communicator File Versions.txt file and found I have different version of communicator installed.
C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Lync\communicator.exe file version is 4.0.7577.314
C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Lync\ocoffice.dll file version is 4.0.7577.0
I also, notice information in the ,net folder that listed the .Net Framework Versions Installed on this system:
.NET Framework v1.0.3705 is NOT installed.
.NET Framework v1.1.4322 is NOT installed.
.NET Framework v2.0.50727 is installed.
.NET Framework v3.0 is installed.
.NET Framework v3.5 is installed.
I am going to stop here and leave the rest for part 2. t this point I love the tool it is easy to use and even with the basic options collects so much information on your environment that I recommend running it after you migrate or just start using Office 365. MOSDAL reminds me of SPSReports for SharePoint and the MPSReports MCS to uses in the field. MOSDAL does a good job of collecting a wealth of information and whether you are working with Premier Support or supporting your self the information is invaluable and collected in one place in a readable format.
Thank you, Microsoft and the Office365 Team for providing us another tool to resolve issues in our environment specifically for folks that have deployed Office 365.
This month we are holding our meeting a week later than usual because of the Thanksgiving holiday. Please join us for the next meeting of SoCal Team System on November 29. We'll be meeting in Newport Beach at Outsource Technical 3700 Campus Drive, Suite 100. Pizza and networking starts at 6:30 pm and the meeting starts at 7:00. Meeting cost is $5 to help us cover the cost of food and beverages. Please RSVP to email@example.com if you plan to attend.
Branching and Merging with TFS
This session will discuss branching and merging with Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio ALM 2010. We'll begin with a quick overview of the TFS source control system, then explore several strategies for managing project source control. With even moderately complex projects it is far too easy to create a tangled ball of confusion by branching without a clear strategy. We'll cover some basic branching structures that can be applied to most of the common scenarios to help untangle you.
Mike Vincent is a solutions architect and agile coach based in Orange County, California. He supports clients with application lifecycle management, Scrum coaching, and software architecture focusing on Microsoft .NET technology. He has been in the software business for over 24 years in addition to engineering and marketing management positions. Mike was previously Vice President and Treasurer of INETA Noram. He founded and leads SoCal .Net Architecture, SoCal Team System, helps run OC .NET, and is a frequent presenter at user groups, regional events, conferences, and code camps. He is a Professional Scrum Developer Trainer and Visual Studio Application Lifecycle Management MVP.
The more I work with larger teams the more important Visual Studio Team Foundation Server has become and business managers with their teams of analysts. architects, QA, support folks that completely did not want to even start to embrace Agile have begun doing so in a natural way (through tooth and nail) and can begin to see the light of Areas > Scenarios > Business Requirements > Features > Action Items > Unit Testing > Code Coverage > Time Estimation and deployment through Team Foundation Server and SharePoint 2010. I think the next big wave will hit when they start and use Project Server as well. But for anyone involved in a large team effort with multiple work streams, you will need to learn how to Branch, Merge, Shelve, and Check-in your code while automating everywhere possible… This looks to be a killer session and I wish I could join you guys but I will be on site with EY in Cleveland living/loving the dream of SharePoint teams working with TFS along with mornings filled with merging and java....
The 64-bit version of the directory synchronization tool is now available. The 64-bit version now uses Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) 2010 as the underlying synchronization engine. FIM is installed silently when you run Setup.
To download the 64-bit version of the directory synchronization tool from the Office 365 portal
Note the dates and Size, the x64 version from dirsync.exe to dirsync.x64.exe
Also, I shutdown the x86 server (instead of uninstalling)
Installation of the x64 DirSync
Initial welcome, Click Next
Accept the licensing Terms, Next
Choose your installation location, Next
Installation Complete, Next
Installation Finished, Click Finish
Configuration of x64 DirSync
Choose Directory Sync Configuration
Click next on the welcome screen
Enter a MSOnline Admin User
Enter a Enterprise Admin User
Choose coexistence with Exchange or not
Click Next and Configuration is complete
Choose finish and start first synchronization
When you open the miisclient it will now be FIM 2010
The reason I use this blog at times is to remember the issue I tend to for get and this s one of those commands
You can use the directory synchronization Windows PowerShell cmdlet to force synchronization. The cmdlet is installed when you install the Directory Synchronization tool.
On the computer that is running the Directory Synchronization tool, navigate to the directory synchronization installation folder. By default, it is located here: %programfiles%\Microsoft Online Directory Sync.
so just add the path to your environment variables and you can run DirSyncConfigShell.psc1 to open a Windows PowerShell window with the cmdlets loaded.
Then, type Start-OnlineCoexistenceSync, and then press ENTER.
For this year's SPSDenver event, we will be having two full days - a SharePoint Friday hosted by COSPUG on November 11th and a SharePoint Saturday on November 12th. Like always, we'll have many MVPs plus some SharePoint Certified Masters (MCMs) and some popular speakers from around the country who you are sure to love. We plan to make this an amazing event with tons of great information, great speakers, great food, great sponsors, and lots of fun before, during, and after.
Registration for SharePoint Friday and Saturday Denver 2011 is now open. Space is limited to 350 for Friday and Saturday, and then ShareSki has a limit of 50 on Sunday: http://spsdenver2011.eventbrite.com/
Also don’t forget about SPSUtah the next event SharePoint Saturday in Utah You can register at http://spsutah.eventbrite.com or by clicking on the registration link to the right. Tell your friends and your co-workers to sign up now to reserve their spot for this inaugural (and free) event!
In addition,I hope to see you all at the SharePoint Saturday in Austin. Come spend a day at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center with fellow SharePoint users, enthusiasts, experts, and collaborators.
And bring the whole team.
The company or organization that brings the most team members will win a $250 SharePint tab at the time and location of your choice. If the winning team brings a CxO/Principal along, we'll bump the tab up to $500.
SharePoint Saturdays ROCKs. it’s a chance for all of us to interact with all of the other SharePoint people in each city and answer questions and help more folks learn SharePoint and enhance the skills of those already proficient.
SharePoint Technologies News
NetHope uses SharePoint to help 33 Leading Humanitarian Organizations share best practices.
When natural disasters occur, the ability to coordinate relief efficiently and effectively is critical. Responders are faced with a challenging environment that includes increasing complexity of inter-agency coordination, damaged and limited communications infrastructure, outdated or paper-based mapping/topography information, and difficulty in disseminating information quickly (both between the various response participants and the public). These challenges have been compounded by the increasing frequency and severity of natural disasters as well as deepening global inter-dependencies occurring in the last decade. http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/blog/Pages/BlogPost.aspx?pID=998
OpsVault — Operate and Optimize IT http://www.opsvault.com/
Microsoft Premier Support UK - Site Home - TechNet Blogs ttp://blogs.technet.com/b/mspremuk/
SharePoint Technologies Documents
- Hybrid SharePoint Environments with Office 365
- Are you evaluating how Office 365 fits into your overall communication and collaboration strategy plan, both today and into the future? Specific to SharePoint, are you planning for full cloud adoption within your firewall, or will you begin your move to the cloud with a mixed deployment across SharePoint environments – both on-premises and online within Office 365? To provide insight in this area, we’re excited to announce the new “Hybrid SharePoint Environments with Office 365” whitepaper. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=154e9524-27a1-4c1f-b4ea-efeb0027b1bc
SharePoint Technologies Downloads
October 2011 CU for SharePoint 2010 has been released
The product group have released the delayed August 2011 Cumulative Update for the SharePoint 2010 product family. Be aware that the October Cumulative Update for SharePoint 2010 is a Post-SP1 hotfix. That means that you should ensure that SP1 is installed before the October CU. http://blogs.technet.com/b/stefan_gossner/archive/2011/10/29/october-2011-cu-for-sharepoint-2010-has-been-released.aspx
Microsoft Internet Information Server Download CENTER
This is your single source for finding Microsoft Internet Information Services tools, samples, extensions, filters and modules created by Microsoft and the IIS community. http://www.iis.net/downloads
SharePoint Technologies New KB's
Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
The thesaurus is not applied when you perform a search after you type text in the "All of these words" text box or in the "The exact phrase" text box in SharePoint Server 2007 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/970010
You cannot delete certain site collections in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/968787
Description of the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 hotfix package (Sts.msp): August 25, 2009 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/973450
Description of the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 hotfix package (Sts-x-none.msp): December 27, 2009 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/978210
Description of the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 hotfix package (Sts-x-none.msp, Wssmui-en-us.msp): February 23, 2010 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/977731
Description of the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Cumulative Update Server Hotfix Package (WSS server-package): April 30, 2009 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/968850
Error message when you try to manage a site collection in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 or in SharePoint Server 2007: "User cannot be found" http://support.microsoft.com/kb/950438
Description of the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 hotfix package: February 22, 2008 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/948957
How to use the new "renamesite" operation to change the URL of a host-named site collection in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/939535
One-time timer jobs in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 or in SharePoint Server 2007 are delayed by at least one hour when the jobs are scheduled to occur during daylight saving time (DST) http://support.microsoft.com/kb/938663
When the database status for a Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 site collection has been set to offline, you may be unable to find items that are saved in the site collection http://support.microsoft.com/kb/938569
Error message when you try to connect to a site in a Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 site collection: "HTTP 500 - Internal server error" http://support.microsoft.com/kb/937038
Error message when you try to connect to a site in a Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 site collection after you configure a document library to inherit permissions: "HTTP 500 - Internal server error" http://support.microsoft.com/kb/935958
Issues that may occur when you use the volume shadow copy service (VSS) reference writer in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/935605
A file that is attached to an e-mail message is not put in a Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 document library http://support.microsoft.com/kb/934882
Error message when you try to install a feature in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0: "The 'UserSelectionMode' attribute is not allowed"
The Web File Properties dialog box displays incorrect properties for a document that is saved in a Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 document library
You cannot disable VSAPI scans when you schedule manual scans of content in SharePoint Server 2007 and in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
A default column value is saved to a document regardless of the content type of the document in a Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 document library
Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 does not comply with daylight saving time in Western Australia for the years 2006 to 2009
One or more custom programs do not finish successfully when you run multiple custom programs that use the BreakRoleInheritance function in the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 object model http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932056
You cannot select the values for a custom field when you try to edit the properties on the FldEditEx.aspx page on a Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Web site http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932055
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
Description of the Office SharePoint Server 2007 hotfix package (Dlc-x-none.msp): December 15, 2009 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/977024
Error message when you access an Office SharePoint Server 2007 site by clicking “View My Site” in Office Outlook: "User not found" http://support.microsoft.com/kb/980478
The Search Results page does not display the Items in a shared folder in Office SharePoint Server 2007 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/980083
No search results are returned when you search for content in an Office SharePoint Server 2007 site that contains German umlauts in the URL http://support.microsoft.com/kb/979157
Description of the Office SharePoint Server 2007 hotfix package (Offfiltx-x-none.msp): December 15, 2009 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/977265
You have to wait two hours for RSS Viewer Web Part to display the changes in an Office SharePoint document list http://support.microsoft.com/kb/982191
The Copy option in Office SharePoint 2007 site manager is not hidden for users who are not listed as site collection administrators http://support.microsoft.com/kb/982200
You experience search related errors after you enable "Use a dedicated web front end computer for crawling" setting in Office SharePoint Server 2007 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/981452
No results are returned when you search for German compound words or for German compound names in SharePoint Server 2007 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/950439
A document library or a list is not returned in the search results when you use an SQL query to sort search results in SharePoint Server 2007 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/937775
Some documents are not returned in the search results when you search for content that contains particular Chinese Traditional characters in SharePoint Server 2007 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/937039
Users who are color-blind cannot distinguish between the red presence icons and the green presence icons on a SharePoint Server 2007 site http://support.microsoft.com/kb/936865
Sites that require forms-based authentication or cookie-based authentication are not crawled in SharePoint Server 2007 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/934577
No documents are returned in the search results when a user searches for Lotus Notes content in SharePoint Server 2007 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/933939
A URL that contains an extra slash mark may take longer to open on a server that is running SharePoint Server 2007 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932918
Complex remote links are not crawled when the links are in the same SharePoint Server 2007 portal http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932901
You cannot crawl case-sensitive Web content in SharePoint Server 2007 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932619
SharePoint Server Foundation 2010
SharePoint 2010: Filter Web Parts added to site pages are not visible http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2623582
SharePoint: Impact of Duplicate Key error during site import or Content Deployment http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2625226
SharePoint Server 2010
RSS Viewer Web Part does not update or refresh asynchronously http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2627267
SharePoint 2010: Crawls get paused if the crawl components temp folder is deleted http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2628230
SharePoint 2010: Access Denied when accessing a page with unique permissions http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2627151
SharePoint: Office client integration errors when no root site exists http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2625462
"Changes could not be saved into the document" error message when you create a new site that is based on a saved site template from a SharePoint Server 2010 site that contains signed InfoPath forms http://support.microsoft.com/kb/982252
The Microsoft Knowledge Base (KB) article links are incorrect in the SharePoint Health Analyzer (SPHA) health report for the Simplified Chinese version of SharePoint Server 2010 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2532995
"User modifications to the SharePoint content database" error message when you upgrade a SharePoint Server 2007 content database to SharePoint Server 2010 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/982579
The Microsoft.Office.SecureStoreService.dll file installed by SharePoint Server 2010 cannot be found in the "Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\ISAPI" folder http://support.microsoft.com/kb/982263
The Excel Services Application for SharePoint 2010 does not load or display workbooks http://support.microsoft.com/kb/981293
Error message when you delete a user in the source collection and then try to perform an incremental deployment in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010: "Your changes conflict with those made concurrently by another user" http://support.microsoft.com/kb/980517
You cannot visit any site collection from an Office SharePoint Server 2007 content database after you attach the content database to a SharePoint Server 2010 environment http://support.microsoft.com/kb/981910
SharePoint 2010: Metadata field values not saved on imported sites http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2622517
SharePoint 2010: Missing stored procedure error after installation of SP1 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2635071
SharePoint Designer 2010
None this month
SharePoint Designer 2007
Description of the Office SharePoint Designer 2007 Cumulative Update server hotfix package (Fpsrvutl-x-none.msp): February 23, 2010 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/980207