I’m working with a medium MOSS farm for an extranet. I’ve got two web front ends and a SQL Server. The web front ends host several Web Applications, including Central Admin (on Server A), SSP Admin (on Server B), the Continue reading SSL and Host Headers: Configuring them + Undocumented, Known, and Safely Ignorable Bug
This is a follow up to my earlier post on creating a Change Password page on a MOSS farm that uses AD for the membership provider. Although I didn’t get the ASP.NET login control approach working, I did build a Continue reading Quick Update on Changing AD Password for a MOSS extranet site
I am lightly branding an extranet site. I’m making just two changes to the appearance – adding the word “Extranet” so it appears in the top center of the blue bar at the top of the page, and putting a Continue reading Branding and the Master Pages
Goal: Add a Change Password capability to an extranet MOSS site so that users can change their password. Assumptions: Environment uses Windows authentication not Forms Based Authentication. Active Directory is the Membership Provider. Since this is an extranet, users will Continue reading Adding a Change Password ASPX page to MOSS for AD-authenticated extranet users
Situation: You are installing the PDF Ifilter on a MOSS server, and you want to follow Deb Haldar’s instructions, but you are installing Acrobat Reader v 8.1.1, not 8.0. Fear not! Once you have installed Reader 8.1.1 on your MOSS Continue reading I’m using the IFilter from Adobe Reader 8.1.1, will these instructions still work?
So you are trying to automate the install of MOSS 2007, and you need to look at the reference for the syntax for config.xml . You do a search on microsoft.com for config.xml, and find this document: http://technet2.microsoft.com/windowsserver/WSS/en/library/2211ed65-a4f3-4a55-9d51-f7842bf386121033.mspx?mfr=true . You’ve Continue reading Automating the install of MOSS 2007 – looking at the right config.xml reference
Well, this sounds cool: Microsoft just announced Search Server Express 2008, based on MOSS Search. The Release Candidate (RC) is free! And only 221 MB (32-bit)/235 MB (64-bit). Although I am sure the production recommendation is to run the 64 Continue reading MOSS Search – Repackaged – Standalone – FREE!