- HOW TO: Programmatically customize site navigation in WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007
- [Andrew Connell will] be speaking at the SharePoint Conference 2008 – i’ll be there. Structured Approach to Building MOSS 2007 Publishing Sites and Using MOSS 2007 to Create Content-Centric Internet Facing Publishing Sites using Web Content Management
- Implementing Master / Detail Relationships Using Custom Lists
- Adding category titles to Blog sites (category.aspx)
- How to disable access for anonymous users on forms and application pages – ViewFormPagesLockDown
- Making the WSS FAQ sites’ default page for Articles snappier
- Issues when editing editing PDFs via Sharepoint 2007
- Attachments in InfoPath Form that is a Task Workflow
- Building Virtualized SharePoint Development Environments Using Differencing Drives – VMs
- Virtual machines that was running on VirtualPC / Virtual Server is causing service or driver failed during system startup – get this too but typically not the same driver however
- WS-FileConvertor 1.0b – Tool for converting images into text readable format and uploading into SharePoint
- SharePoint is taking over the world
- SharePoint workflow CreateTask activity invoking example
- XML deserialization for SharePoint workflow and InfoPath forms
- SharePoint remote BLOB API documentation
- BuilderTextBox: Text Property Builder in a custom ToolPane/EditorPart
- Overview of a SharePoint Report Repository and Crystal Reports
Archive for December, 2007
Posted by Steve Pietrek on December 11, 2007
For my client’s site, they were not interested in My Site and My Links for the first phase. Below are the steps I followed to remove the two links:
- Log into Central Administration.
- Under Shared Services Administration in the Quick Launch bar, select the one running My Sites.
- In the “User Profiles and My Sites” group, click on the “Personalization services permissions” link.
- For those users you want to remove the personalization functionality, click on the user name (for example, NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users).
- On the “Modify Permissions: Shared Service Rights” page, uncheck “Use personal features”. Click OK to save.
- I had to shut down my browser and log in again to see my changes.
Note 1: I read on a few blog posts that on the “Modify Permissions: Shared Service Rights” page, “Create personal sites” pertains to My Sites and “Use personal features” pertains to My Links. I could not uncheck all permissions. Unchecking “Use personal features” appeared to modify both My Site and My Links permissions.
Note 2: If you do not change the Administrator user, you will see My Site and My Links displayed. If you don’t want to see them when you log in as an administrator, change the administrator’s permissions.
Note 3: As far as #6 above, this isn’t required. A timer job runs which will switch all authenticated users. Be patient.
Posted by Steve Pietrek on December 9, 2007
The December Cincinnati SharePoint User Group meeting will take place on 12/10 at 6:00 pm at MAX Technical Training in Mason. Check out the website. There are two sessions:
- Real World SharePoint 2007 Examples: 3 Different Business Cases for SharePoint, Nicola Young, SharePoint911.
- Creating Customer Workflows for SharePoint with Visual Studio 2005, Ted Pattison, Ted Pattison Group.
I finally have the availability to go this month. See you tomorrow!
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