Why managed metadata sucks

Why is it that you often start doing things in SharePoint that you find really useful, and when you have almost reached your goal – the whole idea just falls? This happened to me when I setup a taxonomy for a department, we built the trees and deployed them to the libraries. All looked really …

SP1 and June CU installed

Always a challenge to install service packs, and today (after having a snapshot of my new SP installation) I installed, in the following order:SP Foundation SP1, rebootSP Server SP1, rebootRun Config wizard, rebootRestart USP – worked (but you need to have the farm admin account in Local Admins group)New snapshotCU for Foundation, rebootCU for Server, …

Unattended service account

I have setup a new SP 2010 server farm this week, and it all went very well actually. But if you use the correct account settings and configure most of the things manually (like the dreaded UPS) then everything should work just fine. There are some messages in the Health Analyzer that needs to be …

Passed exam 70-667!

I am proud to announce that I passed exam 70-667, configuring SharePoint 2010. Which gives an MCTS title. It was not so hard, some questions were really easy actually. But of course, when you have worked with a product since 2003, you should know some stuff about it!! Share this blog post:

Google + vs FB

I have registered my account on the new “Facebook killer app” (as media calls it), Google+. Can’t say that I am too impressed. It is a quite simple UI, too large fonts (what will happen to that news feed when there are as many users as on FB?), not much happens in there and what is the …

Same blog, new URL

My old blog url was miss-sharepoint.blogspot.com but that name was lame, so I have changed the URL to sharepointbabe.blogspot.com which is my aka – self announced of course, and I am sure it always bugs someone 😉 I think it’s an awesome name! The downside of switching URL is that my followers are gone, and …