Today is the day! Microsoft officially has released SharePoint Server 2010 and Office 2010 and related 2010 products like SharePoint Designer, Project 2010 and Visio 2010. You can watch the event and get other information at the launch site:
If you would like more information on SharePoint Server 2010, you can check out the following resources:
Breakdown comparison of the editions of SharePoint Server 2010
The time has finally arrived! Microsoft’s Corporate VP for Microsoft Office Takeshi Numoto recently announced the final release milestone for the 2010 wave of Office products including SharePoint 2010, Office 2010, Visio 2010 and Project 2010. Here are the critical dates...
During a recent migration, we ran into an issue when attempting to migrate users from one domain to another using stsadm migrateuser. Hopefully this will help any others that are getting this strange error. Our environment was a small MOSS 2007 64-bit farm installed with slipstreamed SP2, with the February 2010 cumulative update applied.
We were moving from an on-premise to Hosted solution, so this required a new domain and user accounts. Since the new domain wouldn’t know anything about the old domain’s user accounts, we added the –ignoresidhistory switch. We ran the following command:
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