Tommy Boswell

SharePoint 2013 Hosting :: Ready to Use SharePoint 2013?

 

 This is the first blog in a series of posts related to “Migration” and “Upgrading” to the latest SharePoint 2013 Platform. Many of our Enterprise customers are hearing a lot of good things about the new features and functionalities. They are looking into their existing SharePoint investments and wondering whether they should continue to invest in what they have or ‘take the plunge’ now. These questions are fundamental and start with “Why?” If they pass that gate, they move onto…

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SharePoint 2010 Hosting :: How to Integrate SSRS 2012 with SharePoint 2010

 

 We are just a few hours away from the release of SQL Server 2012 RTM so I guess this article will be quite handy. The integration between SSRS and SharePoint 2010 has been overhauled and SSRS is now a Service Application. The benefit is that your SSRS instance is no longer “abducted” by SharePoint and you can execute the service application and SSRS native service on the same box. I have only tried this with SharePoint 2010 SP1 + Dec…

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SharePoint 2013 Hosting :: Managing Your New SharePoint 2013

 

 I have had the pleasure of being able to test SharePoint Server 2013 for about the past year and with the preview and public information becoming available I wanted to put together this article to cover some of the major changes that are coming with SharePoint Server 2013 (also SharePoint Foundation 2013) and things for you to think about in your current or planned SharePoint 2010 implementation. Due to some release information restrictions I will use a lot of information…

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ASPHostPortal.com Announces Newest Support for SharePoint 2013 Hosting

 

 ASPHostPortal.com is a premiere web hosting company that specializes in Windows and ASP.NET-based hosting, proudly announces the new Microsoft product, SharePoint 2013 hosting to all new and existing customers. As in the SharePoint 2010 product line, SharePoint 2013 Foundation is the core platform of the product. SharePoint 2013 comes with enhancements to the administration and user experience, plus new options for enterprise users to collaborate using social media features. SharePoint Server 2013 is basically Foundation with additional Enterprise services and…

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SharePoint 2010 Hosting :: How to Move a Site Collection to a Subsite in SharePoint 2010

 

 With PowerShell, you will be able to move a Site Collection to be a subsite of another Site and this task is very simple. High-Level Steps Export the Site Collection Create the New Subsite Import the Exported Site Collection Delete the Old Site Collection We have a Site Collection at /sites/MoveMe with a subsite under it at /sites/MoveMe/MoveMe2. We want to relocate this Site Collection under an existing Site Collection at /sites/NewHome. Follow the steps below to move the site.…

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SharePoint 2010 Hosting :: How to fix “Microsoft SharePoint is not supported with version 4.0.30319.225 of the Microsoft .Net Runtime” in PowerGUI

 

  Today, when I try to run some PowerShell command against SharePoint in PowerGUI , I encounter some error message as below: Problem: Remove-SPSite : Microsoft SharePoint is not supported with version 4.0.30319.225 of the Microsoft .Net Runtime. At C:\SiteCreation.ps1:37 char:14 + CategoryInfo : InvalidData: (Microsoft.Share…mdletRemoveSite:SPCmdletRemoveSite) [Remove-SPSite], PlatformNotSupportedException Analysis: The error message is pretty clear that PowerGUI try to run the PowerShell command under .Net version 4.0 which is not supported by SharePoint2010, SharePoint2010 only support .Net 3.5.So how can…

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SharePoint 2013 Hosting :: 9 New Features in SharePoint 2013

 

 If you’ve not had time yet to work with SharePoint 2013 Preview, here’s a quick dive into what’s new so far. Authentication Microsoft says that SharePoint 2013 Preview has been improved to make claims-based authentication easier to use. It extends support for application authentication via Open Authorization 2.0 (OAuth) as well as for server-to-server authentication. Users can grant apps in the SharePoint store and catalog access to certain resources and data. Server-to-server security tokens that contain user identity claims enable…

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