The objetive of this serie of posts is to explain in detail how to create a 64 bits virtual machine with Sharepoint 2010 in a 32 bits host machine.
The first thing we have to do is download all the necessary software for our Sharepoint 2010 VM. This is the list of software we need:
PowerPoint slides for a three-day training program to prepare EPM professionals for deployment, operations and customization of Project Server 2010
Friday 26 February 2010
- Project Server 2007 & SharePoint Server. Product presentation & Case study (Diventis)
- Nintex Workflow 2007 & Nintex Reporting 2008 for SharePoint. Product presentation & Case study (innobit)
- Office 2010 & SharePoint 2010. Product presentation & Case study (Microsoft)
- SharePoint 2010 Upgrade Path (isolutions)
- Office 2010 & SharePoint 2010 Integration & Office Web Applications (1eEurope)
- Presentation of the new SharePoint Community Website (Samuel Zürcher)
- SharePoint 2007 Operations & SharePoint 2010 Extranet (Namics)
This article discusses the business intelligence tools available in SharePoint Server 2010.
Here are possible AJAX animation alternatives in http://<myMOSSServer>/<anysiteurl>/_layouts/images/
- Ewr133.gif or GEARS_AN.gif (same)
This download contains a two Virtual Machine set for evaluating and demonstrating Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010. Virtual machine “a” contains the following pre-configured software: 1. Windows Server 2008 SP2 Standard Edition x64, running as an Active Directory Domain Controller for the “CONTOSO.COM” domain with DNS and WINS 2. Microsoft SQL Server 2008 SP2 Enterprise Edition with Analysis, Notification, and Reporting Services 3. Microsoft Office Communication Server 2007 R2 4. Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 Ultimate Edition 5. Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Edition Beta 2 6. Microsoft Office Web Applications Beta 2 7. FAST Search for SharePoint 2010 Beta 2 8. Microsoft Project Server 2010 Beta 2 9. Microsoft Office 2010 Beta 2 10. Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 R2 Virtual machine “b” contains the following pre-configured software: 1. Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Evaluation Edition x64, joined to the “CONTOSO.COM” domain 2. Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Active directory has been preconfigured over 200 “demo” users with metadata in an organizational structure. All of these user profiles have been imported and indexed for search within SharePoint Server 2010, with “contoso\administrator” granted administrator permissions. SharePoint Server 2010 has been configured in a “Complete” farm using Kerberos authentication and the default SQL Server 2008 instance for data, and has a site collection created using the Team Site template at http://intranet.contoso.com/ and a FAST Search Center at http://intranet.contoso.com/search/. Performance Considerations 1. If possible, unpack and run the VM image on a separate, fast hard drive (7200 RPM or better) from the operating system of the host machine. If this is being done on a laptop, a second internal drive or external eSATA drive works best, though USB 2.0 (make sure it's 2.0, 1.1 is too slow) or Firewire is acceptable. For absolute best performance use a second internal SSD drive.
- Created by: Waldek Mastykarz (Imtech ICT Velocity)
- Version: 1.1
- Supported Versions Visual Studio 2010
Here’s how it’s described on the site: Site Administrator Reports OnDemand for SharePoint provides free overview reports for an unlimited number of SharePoint sites. The information in these reports allows you to assess the scope of the site you’re reviewing, understand how it is being used, and determine site storage metrics.
This step by step guide shows how to install SharePoint 2010 on a virtual machine. Each step shows a screenshot that will help users to better understand the step. Host computer used during the preparation of this guide was a Vista (32-bit) machine (IBM 64-bit). Guest machine used was VMware workstation 7.0.
The guide lists hardware and software requirements. It has up-to-date links to download pre-requisite software. Pre-requisite software has to be installed in a particular order. Guide gives you tips on what to avoid during the installation. This is the most comprehensive compilation of SharePoint 2010 installation steps.
Free DIWUG SharePoint eMagazine 2010 special
This project extends the Visual Studio 2010 SharePoint project system with advanced templates and tools. Using these extensions you will be able to find relevant information from your SharePoint environments without leaving Visual Studio. You will have greater productivity while developing SharePoint components and you will have greater deployment capabilities on your local SharePoint installation.
Great place to have a training
SharePoint 2010 Release now under developmentWe are working on the third release of guidance targeting SharePoint 2010. The release is focusing on application models for SharePoint 2010. We are covering the different coniderations to developing server and client logic in that release, including help developers and architects understand and make decisions regarding execution models including sandbox, full trust, and hybrid (combining full trust and sandbox) applications, client side use of AJAX, Silverlight, client side object model, and REST, and some of the fundamentals for building manageable applications like logging and managing configuration. We are now posting drops and actively monitoring the discussion area for feedback. We'd love to get your feedback on what we are providing.
The Microsoft Forefront Security for SharePoint Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007 supports the 10.x version of Microsoft Forefront Security for SharePoint Server. The MP supplies critical events and alerts on virus and worm activity to Operations Manager 2007, and also monitors the health and availability of these products.
Requires OpsMgr 2007 MOM 2005 Backward Compatibility MP Update 6.0.5000.12 (or higher)
Management Pack Release History:
Initial Release for OpsMgr 2007 7/30/2007 Version 6.0.5000.0
The best way to prepare for the future is to get the training you need. Training dollars are tight these days and getting the most for you money is important.
SharePoint911 is now offering online training to get you up and running on SharePoint 2010 as quickly as possible. Each training session will be taught by a SharePoint expert and focused on a single functional area. The modules will be offered in live seventy-five minute webcasts. After attending the webcast you will be invited to three private ask the expert panel sessions to answer all of your SharePoint 2010 questions. The following sessions are offered:
Using Enterprise Metadata Management in SharePoint Server 2010
Digital Asset Management in SharePoint Server 2010
Leveraging the Document Management Features in SharePoint 2010
Getting the most out of SharePoint 2010 Workflows
Analyzing your environment with Usage Reporting in SharePoint 2010
SharePoint Administrators and the DBA tasks they hate
Windows PowerShell for Administrators
This blog post is about the Social Connector in Outlook 2010 Beta, as it works with SharePoint 2010 Beta and Exchange 2010 Beta. I just wanted to quickly share with you a couple of discoveries of mine as I play with these products…
What’s new in R2?
Windows Server 2008 R2 includes many enhancements that make this release the most robust Windows Server Web application platform yet. It offers an updated Web server role, Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.5, and greater support for .NET on Server Core. Design goals for IIS 7.5 concentrated on improvements that enable Web administrators to more easily deploy and manage Web applications, and that increase both reliability and scalability. Additionally, IIS 7.5 has streamlined management capabilities and provides more ways than ever to customize your Web serving environment.
The following improvements to IIS and the Windows Web platform are included in Windows Server 2008 R2:
Microsoft SharePoint Team Blog : SharePoint 2010 List View Blog Series: Part 2 - Using the New SharePoint Lists
SharePoint 2010 List View Blog Series: Part 2 - Using the New SharePoint Lists
Hi! I'm Jason Morrill, another Program Manager on the SharePoint team. I wanted to write a bit about what it feels like to use SharePoint lists with the new user experience. If you've got a SharePoint site sitting around, I'd encourage you to open it in another window and follow along as I talk about things.
Let's start by just browsing to a document library with no content.
The first thing you'll notice is that we've moved some of the navigation and menus around. The stuff right in the middle (Site Name > Document Library > All Documents) is your current location. You can click on the Site Name to get back home, and you can click on the view name (All Documents) to switch to another view. Above the title, you see there's a black row - this is where you go to access all your commands. I’ll talk more about that later. Below the title, you see the list view items. Right now there are no items, so let's fix that. ….
We develop guidance to help devs and architects build applications on SharePoint.
We are starting on our third release of guidance. We will be focusing on application models for SharePoint 2010. We will be explaining and providing examples of the different approaches to developing server and client logic in that release, and also cover fundamentals for building manageable applications. More details will be coming in the next couple of weeks.
The Microsoft VHD Test Drive Program provides customers with an enhanced server-based software evaluation experience that’s faster, better supported and more flexible. You can now access the entire catalog of pre-configured Microsoft and partner products and solutions in the VHD format and start evaluating and testing today from www.microsoft.com/vhd.
This download enables you evaluate Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 is an integrated suite of server capabilities that can help improve organizational effectiveness by providing comprehensive content management and enterprise search, accelerating shared business processes, and facilitating information-sharing across boundaries for better business insight. Office SharePoint Server 2007 supports all intranet, extranet, and Web applications across an enterprise within one integrated platform, instead of relying on separate fragmented systems. Additionally, this collaboration and content management server provides IT professionals and developers with the platform and tools they need for server administration, application extensibility, and interoperability.
This fully functional pre-configured VHD provides you a trial software will automatically expire after 30 days.
This is a preconfigured virtual machine contained within the Virtual Hard Disk (VHD) format. Virtual Server 2005 R2 is required to run this VHD. This is a refreshed image. There are no component changes except the expiration date has been extended to 2/2011. Please refer to the system requirements section for more details.
Major Updates and Issues
October Cumulative Update (CU)
Released October 27, 2009
This update provides several fixes for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 (KB 974989) and Office SharePoint Server 2007 (KB 974988) as well as improved functionality for the Pre-Upgrade Checker. Notable changes to the Pre-Upgrade Checker are improved reports, new rules, and additions to the stsadm –o EnumAllWebs command that enable you to list Web Parts, event receivers, features, or setuppath backed files. Additionally, support is added for listing custom list views.
There’s been a lot of interest in the demo that was done at the SharePoint Conference where we used XSLT to visualize a contact list as a map. We have existing information out there on this topic so we wanted to bring it all together in one blog entry. I’ll also walk through the XSL file that was used in our demo and provide some pointers on how to use it for your own development.
Microsoft SharePoint Team Blog : Planning for Upgrade from SharePoint Portal Server 2003 to SharePoint Server 2010
In order to upgrade to SharePoint Foundation 2010 or SharePoint Server 2010, you must first be running Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 at SP2 or Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 at SP2, respectively. For customers running prior versions of SharePoint, including Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 and SharePoint Portal Server 2003, this means that you must first upgrade to Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 SP2 or Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 SP2 prior to upgrading to 2010 versions. Windows SharePoint Server 3.0 with SP2 is available as a free download, and trial versions of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 are available and supported for use in this upgrade/migration process:
SP2 Slipstream Downloads and Trial Versions
Office 2010 pricing announced
Office 2010 will be offered in four versions: Office Home and Business, Office Professional, Office Home and Student, and Office Professional Academic. See more on the announcement at the Microsoft Office 2010 Engineering blog or click here to download a more detailed guide to each edition.
Note: Microsoft is introducing an all-new Product Key Card to help consumers more easily access and experience Office 2010 on new PCs that have been pre-loaded with Office 2010. The Product Key Card is a single license card (with no DVD media) that will be sold at major electronic retail outlets.
Product Key Card
Office Home and Student
Office Home and Business
Office Professional Academic
- Office Home and Student boxed product is available in a Family Pack, allowing usage on three PCs in one house
- Purchase rights for Office Home and Business, Office Professional, and Office Professional Academic boxed product allow for usage on two of your PCs.
- The Product Key Card is valid for a single installation of the product.
"Changes in Functionality from Windows Server 2008 to Windows Server 2008 R2" describes new and changed functionality and features available in Windows Server 2008 R2. The Windows Server® 2008 R2 operating system includes changes to Windows Server® 2008 features and technologies that help improve the security of computers running Windows Server 2008 R2, increase productivity, and reduce administrative overhead.