SharePoint 2010 additions and changes – 42 – 19th to 27th September 2010 by Mike Walsh

Mike Walsh hat in seinem Blog sehr viele Hotfixes, Updates und andere Informationen für/über SharePoint 2010 und SharePoint Foundation 2010 zusammengetragen. Weiterhin gibt es noch interessante Artikel, Anleitungen oder Studien zu den Produkten. Alles in allem ein sehr informativer Blogpost den ich Euch nicht vorenthalten möchte:

Quelle: Mike Walsh´s WSS and more Blog (thx 4 this work!)

Autor: Mike Walsh

Note: All of the addresses below were valid at the time I added them to the WSS v4 FAQ site and to this file. I can’t guarantee that they still are.

(Items are added to the WSS v4 FAQ throughout the week so you will find new items more quickly by checking at wssv4faq.mindsharp.com daily.)

From 19th to 27th September 2010

NOTE: Amendments to KB articles are now only listed when a version is x.0. MS no longer change the dates of KB articles when version changes are minor.

I.1 2010 KB Articles

New

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;2335382

A crawl fails on Internet websites that support anonymous authentication and NTLM authentication in SharePoint Server 2010 or in SharePoint Foundation 2010

26th September 2010

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;2328523

An MIIS server crashes when you perform an incremental synchronization for LDAP in SharePoint Server 2010 (ver 2.0)

26th September 2010

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;2300474

You cannot configure SSL for the synchronization connection in SharePoint Server 2010 (ver 2.0)

26th September 2010

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;2288793

„The filename or extension is too long.“ error message in the crawl log when you perform a crawl on a SharePoint Foundation 2010 site or a SharePoint Server 2010 site (ver 2.0)

26th September 2010

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;2288767

The search function does not work after you upgrade the search service application in SharePoint Online when using an upgrade command in PowerShell (ver 2.0)

26th September 2010

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;2300488

You cannot synchronize an OU that has the same name as its parent domain in SharePoint Server 2010

26th September 2010

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;2417420

Unable to connect to IBM DB2 8.2 data source from Visio Services (ver 1.1)

25th September 2010

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;2404173

MSS2010: How to remove „Email Headers“ text from alert emails in SharePoint 2010 (ver 4.0)

22nd September 2010

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;2388749

Explorer view or mapped network drive does not open SharePoint library when using load balancer on web front ends (ver 6.0)

22nd September 2010

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;983061

The User Profile Synchronization service does not start on a stand-alone installation of SharePoint Server 2010 (ver 2.0)

21st September 2010

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;2390968

Description of the SharePoint Server 2010 hotfix package (osrchwfe-x-none): September 7, 2010 (ver 4.0)

20th September 2010

Modified

None

I.b Forefront Protection 2010 for SharePoint KB Articles

New and Modified

None

I.c InfoPath 2010 KB Articles

New and Modifed

None

I.d SPD 2010 KB Articles

New

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;983016

A SharePoint Server 2010 BCS simple solution upgrade fails in Outlook 2010 (ver 2.0)

21st September 2010

Modified

None

I.e SharePoint Workspace 2010 KB Articles

New and Modified

None

II. Articles – 2010 Products

New

A. Office 2010 Server Products

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg153530.aspx

Default connectors (Published 23rd September 2010) [Note: SPS 2010]

23rd September 2010

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262967.aspx

Troubleshoot upgrade issues (updated 23rd September 2010) [Note: SPS 2010]

23rd September 2010

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg144570.aspx

Migrate from forms-based authentication to claims-based authentication (Published 23rd September 2010) [Note: SPF 2010]

23rd September 2010

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg144572.aspx

Migrate from forms-based authentication to claims-based authentication (Published 23rd September 2010) [Note: SPS 2010]

23rd September 2010

http://en.community.dell.com/dell-blogs/enterprise/b/tech-center/archive/2010/09/10/sharepoint-2010-medium-farm-a-performance-study.aspx

SharePoint 2010 Medium Farm – A Performance Study [Note: Dell Blog]

10th September 2010

http://www.dell.com/downloads/global/services/2010_medium_farm_performance_study_final.pdf

SharePoint 2010 Server – Medium Farm Solution – Performance Study (Full Paper =  23pages) (Ravikanth Chaganti, Quocdat Nguyen – both Dell)

10th September 2010 (Paper dated August 2010)

http://www.dell.com/downloads/global/services/Performance_Study_on_SharePoint_Workloads_in_a_SQL_Environment_Final.pdf?c=us&cs=555&l=en&s=biz

Performance Study on SharePoint Workloads in a SQL Server Environment (Ravikanth Chaganti, Jisha J – both Dell)

1st August 2010 (date unknown – paper dated August 2010)

http://www.dell.com/downloads/global/services/Introduction_SharePoint_2010.pdf

SharePoint Server 2010 – An Introduction (Ravikanth Chaganti, Kevin Guinn – both Dell)

1st May 2010 (date unknown – paper dated May 2010)

http://www.dell.com/downloads/global/services/dell_small_sharepoint_farm.pdf

SharePoint Server 2010 – Designing and Implementing a Small Server Farm (Ravikanth Chaganti, Kevin Guinn – both Dell)

1st May 2010 (date unknown – paper dated May 2010)

http://www.dell.com/downloads/global/services/dell_medium_sharepoint_farm.pdf

SharePoint Server 2010 – Designing and Implementing a Medium Server Farm (Ravikanth Chaganti, Kevin Guinn – both Dell)

1st May 2010 (date unknown – paper dated May 2010)

http://www.dell.com/downloads/global/services/dell_large_sharepoint_farm.pdf

SharePoint Server 2010 – Designing and Implementing a Medium Server Farm (Ravikanth Chaganti, Kevin Guinn – both Dell)

1st May 2010 (date unknown – paper dated May 2010)

B. Other Office 2010 products

None

C. Other relevant products

None

Modified

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc288476.aspx

Troubleshoot upgrade issues (updated 23rd September 2010) {Note: SPF 2010]

23rd September 2010

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc287878.aspx

Determine how to handle customizations (Updated 23rd September 2010) [Note: SPF 2010]

23rd September 2010

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=c8cf1631-0f48-4a02-a18d-54b04eb7f0a7

Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 Technical Library in Compiled Help format (ver 3)

17th September 2010

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=3629425d-1505-456e-89e2-ede95f75ffe5

Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 Technical Library in Compiled Help format (ver 3)

17th September 2010

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=73b58b97-847a-4d86-892e-464826603d2b

Microsoft Search Server 2010 Technical Library in Compiled Help format (ver 3)

17th September 2010

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=8e434c5c-0c6e-41e2-86ad-79fa30558feb

Microsoft Project Server 2010 Technical Library in Compiled Help format (ver 3)

17th September 2010

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=c6ad103d-5dc3-438a-bdc5-3fa3cc9937c7

Microsoft Groove Server 2010 Technical Library in Compiled Help format (ver 3)

17th September 2010

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=ead44c66-7d02-4edf-9e56-2f56c6f59f22

Microsoft FAST Search Server 2010 Technical Library in Compiled Help format (ver 3)

17th September 2010

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=e6dcc787-4653-49da-aeef-564a64dd4ac5

Office 2010 Resource Kit Technical Library in Compiled Help format (ver 3)

17th September 2010

III WebCasts (+ PodCasts, On-Line courses) for 2010 Products

http://content1.catalog.video.msn.com/e2/ds/0c151d47-231f-48bd-a113-e242a5661e9b.wmv

SharePoint 2010 Advanced IT Pro Training: Core Architecture of SharePoint 2010: 1. Understanding SharePoint 2010 Topology (Steve Peschka)

20th September 2010 (date added)

http://content3.catalog.video.msn.com/e2/ds/5987a25e-473c-4811-96a3-7e62340e235f.wmv

SharePoint 2010 Advanced IT Pro Training: Core Architecture of SharePoint 2010: 2. Planning and Leveraging SharePoint 2010 Service Applications (Steve Peschka)

20th September 2010 (date added)

http://content2.catalog.video.msn.com/e2/ds/45d2b660-a00b-40b3-92bf-e3d30309f251.wmv

SharePoint 2010 Advanced IT Pro Training: Core Architecture of SharePoint 2010: 3. Business Continuity Management Features in SharePoint 2010 (Steve Peschka)

20th September 2010 (date added)

http://content3.catalog.video.msn.com/e2/ds/c2ff712e-b277-495f-bbee-a45d9ae340fb.wmv

SharePoint 2010 Advanced IT Pro Training: Security in SharePoint 2010: 1. Using the New SharePoint 2010 Security Model – Part 1 (Chris Gideon)

20th September 2010 (date added)

http://content4.catalog.video.msn.com/e2/ds/70f41b9b-1e02-43ab-81c2-b494b6e26628.wmv

SharePoint 2010 Advanced IT Pro Training: Security in SharePoint 2010: 2. Using the New SharePoint 2010 Security Model – Part 2 (Chris Gideon)

20th September 2010 (date added)

http://content5.catalog.video.msn.com/e2/ds/02e3c79e-5888-4e9a-ae75-ffda2a0a7e42.wmv

SharePoint 2010 Advanced IT Pro Training: IT Pro Management in SharePoint 2010: 1. Managing SharePoint 2010 Customizations for the IT Pro (Todd Carter)

20th September 2010 (date added)

http://content4.catalog.video.msn.com/e2/ds/b4a5d49b-29f9-4f51-92f6-6aef8e698546.wmv

SharePoint 2010 Advanced IT Pro Training: IT Pro Management in SharePoint 2010: 2.  IT Pro Tools for Customizing SharePoint 2010 (Todd Carter)

20th September 2010 (date added)

http://content3.catalog.video.msn.com/e2/ds/5b00382c-ad18-47f7-bc21-2497c527b1f2.wmv

SharePoint 2010 Advanced IT Pro Training: Upgrading to SharePoint 2010: 1. SharePoint 2010 Upgrade Overview (Shane Young)

20th September 2010 (date added)

http://content5.catalog.video.msn.com/e2/ds/45e2c7e0-7f84-4b89-b84f-5ba8afe6477a.wmv

SharePoint 2010 Advanced IT Pro Training: Upgrading to SharePoint 2010: 2. Preparing to Upgrade to SharePoint 2010 (Shane Young)

20th September 2010 (date added)

http://content5.catalog.video.msn.com/e2/ds/6c786d85-dfb8-4aec-8ccc-5cfa49df3ae8.wmv

SharePoint 2010 Advanced IT Pro Training: Upgrading to SharePoint 2010: 3. Testing Upgraded SharePoint 2010 Solutions (Shane Young)

20th September 2010 (date added)

http://content2.catalog.video.msn.com/e2/ds/94e5e847-2027-4b5f-8d8f-52604bfba083.wmv

SharePoint 2010 Advanced IT Pro Training: Upgrading to SharePoint 2010: 4. Implementing and Validating Upgrade Plans for SharePoint 2010 (Shane Young)

20th September 2010 (date added)

http://content3.catalog.video.msn.com/e2/ds/a6803cf5-56ce-4fb8-a64a-43b9b3cf737c.wmv

SharePoint 2010 Advanced IT Pro Training: Enterprise Search in SharePoint 2010: 1. Search Capabilities and Features in SharePoint 2010 (Steve Peschka)

20th September 2010 (date added)

http://content3.catalog.video.msn.com/e2/ds/df94f01e-d000-4120-860a-b36c9ac9eeea.wmv

SharePoint 2010 Advanced IT Pro Training: Content Management

SharePoint Server 2010: 1. Document Management Capabilities and Features in SharePoint 2010 (Chris Gideon)

20th September 2010 (date added)

http://content4.catalog.video.msn.com/e2/ds/02bdc46b-70e6-44da-a347-48ccbe0f4047.wmv

SharePoint 2010 Advanced IT Pro Training: Content Management SharePoint Server 2010: 2. Records Management in SharePoint 2010 (Chris Gideon)

20th September 2010 (date added)

http://content3.catalog.video.msn.com/e2/ds/e95dd25d-37c0-4976-b8df-38d115220081.wmv

SharePoint 2010 Advanced IT Pro Training: Content Management SharePoint Server 2010: 3. Governing Content Types, Policies, and Taxonomy Services in SharePoint 2010 (Chris Gideon)

20th September 2010 (date added)

http://content5.catalog.video.msn.com/e2/ds/77cf9ed3-edae-4d8c-a1dd-8d4ba1ec8622.wmv

SharePoint 2010 Advanced IT Pro Training: Composite Solutions in SharePoint 2010: 1. Business Connectivity Services in SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010 (Todd Carter)

20th September 2010 (date added)

http://content1.catalog.video.msn.com/e2/ds/9e45cdf1-8351-4518-b62c-17a9d39463ed.wmv

SharePoint 2010 Advanced IT Pro Training: Communities in SharePoint Server 2010: 1. Using Social Capabilities in SharePoint 2010 (Chris Gideon)

20th September 2010 (date added)

http://content1.catalog.video.msn.com/e2/ds/e7227136-a5bd-4f3d-9c66-3d527bde4fa3.wmv

SharePoint 2010 Advanced IT Pro Training: Business Intelligence in SharePoint Server 2010: 1. Business Intelligence Features in SharePoint 2010 (James Petrosky)

20th September 2010 (date added)

http://content1.catalog.video.msn.com/e2/ds/70f98092-5e83-4995-bd73-233e42129e23.wmv

SharePoint 2010 Advanced IT Pro Training: SharePoint Online Overview: 1. SharePoint Online Overview (Mark Kashman)

20th September 2010 (date added)

IV WSS v4 FAQ

New

http://wssv4faq.mindsharp.com/Lists/v4FAQ/DispForm.aspx?ID=179

V.0101 SharePoint 2010 Web Parts in Action (Manning Publications – Wictor Wilén)

http://wssv4faq.mindsharp.com/Lists/v4FAQ/DispForm.aspx?ID=180

V.1014 Pro SharePoint 2010 Solution Development: Combining .NET, SharePoint, and Office (Kindle Version) (Apress – Ed Hild, Chad Wach) *released*

http://wssv4faq.mindsharp.com/Lists/v4FAQ/DispForm.aspx?ID=181

V.1015 Professional SharePoint 2010 Development (Kindle Version) (Wrox – Tom Rizzo, Reza Alirezaei, Jeff Fried, Paul Swider, Scot Hillier, Kenneth Schafer) *released*

http://wssv4faq.mindsharp.com/Lists/v4FAQ/DispForm.aspx?ID=182

V.1016 Microsoft SharePoint 2010 QuickSteps (Kindle Version) (McGraw-Hill – Marty Matthews, Nancy Buchanan) *released*

http://wssv4faq.mindsharp.com/Lists/v4FAQ/DispForm.aspx?ID=183

V.1017 SharePoint Development with Visual Studio 2010 (Kindle Edition) (Addison-Wesley – Eric Carter, Boris Scholl, Peter Jausovec) *released*

Modified

http://wssv4faq.mindsharp.com/Lists/v4FAQ/DispForm.aspx?ID=59

V.0026 Professional Workflow 4 in SharePoint 2010: Real World Business Workflow Solutions (Wrox – Paul J. Galvin, Udayakumar Ethirajulu)   (Change of authors; new date)

http://wssv4faq.mindsharp.com/Lists/v4FAQ/DispForm.aspx?ID=162

V.0097 MCITP Certification and Beyond (Exam 70-668) (Sybex – Marilyn Miller-White)   (US prices; revised date)

http://wssv4faq.mindsharp.com/Lists/v4FAQ/DispForm.aspx?ID=167

V.0100 Knight’s Microsoft Business Intelligence 24-Hour Trainer (Wrox – Brian Knight, Devin Knight, Adam Jorgensen, Patrick LeBlanc, Mike Davis) *released*

Fehler bei der Bereitstellung der CRM 5.0 Beta List Component in SharePoint 2010

Zurzeit teste ich das Zusammenspiel von CRM 5.0 Beta und SharePoint 2010. Da wir für CRM 4.0 und SharePoint 2007 eine eigene Lösung entwickelt haben um Dokumente mit CRM Bezug in SharePoint zu speichern, war ich umso gespannter auf die integrierte Microsoft Lösung für das CRM 5.0.

Kurz nach der reibungslosen Installation der CRM 5.0 Beta wollte ich die List Component in meinem Testsystem deployen. Die CRM List Component liegt im wsp Format vor. Vorab ist den Instruktionen der Readme zu folgen, d.h.:

Das Browser File Handling der Web Anwendung ist auf „Permissive“ zu stellen, d.h. in der CA der SP2010 auf Application Management\ Manage Web Application\ – dann die Webanwendung wählen und „General Settings“ gehen – Dort im Bereich Browser File Handling die Einstellung machen:

Anschließend ist das PowerShell Script „AllowHtcExtn.ps1“ auszuführen. Ist das Script durchgelaufen müsst ihr den IIS reseten.

Dann in die Webanwendung wechseln und unter Galleries/Solutions das .wsp File uploaden:

In meinem Fall konnte ich die Lösung nicht aktivieren. Fehlermeldung:

„Unhandled exception was thrown by the sandboxed code wrapper’s Execute method in the partial trust app domain: An unexpected error has occurred“ error.“

Nach etwas längerer Netzrecherche wurde ich fündig – Abhilfe schafft hier die Erzeugung eines .reg Files mit folgendem Inhalt:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\StrongName\Verification\*,31bf3856ad364e35]

Ich habe das .reg File dann einfach per Klick zur Registry hinzugefügt. Anschließend kann ich die Solution aktivieren und dann klappt auch die Verbindung von Dynamics CRM 5.0 zu SharePoint 2010! Im Bereich Settings (CRM 5.0 Beta) findest Du unter dem Punkt „Document Management“ die Document Management Settings. Hier wird die URL eingetragen:

Ist die URL gültig kannst Du die Struktur für die Ordner Erstellung in SP2010 wählen. In meinem Fall habe ich die Ordnererstellung auf Basis der CRM Entitäten gewählt:

Sind die Listen erzeugt kann es auch schon losgehen – etwas verwirrend fand ich anfangs jedoch, dass letztendlich alle Dokumente einen Mandantenbezug haben, d.h. erstelle ich für einen Mandanten (Account) eine Opportunity wird in der SharePoint Document Library „Accounts“ nicht nur ein Ordner für den Account selbst, sondern auch ein Ordner „Opportunity“ und danach ein Ordner mit dem Namen der Opportunity angelegt, in welchem das Dokument gespeichert wird. In Bezug zu meiner Auswahl in den Document Management Settings / Select Folder Structure BASED ON ENTITY, Auswahl Account oder Contact ist möglich, ist die Ablage der Dokumente in der Bibliothek „Accounts“ also dann doch recht schnell erklärt.

Wähle ich nicht die Option „Based on Entity“ werden alle Dokumente entsprechend Ihres Bezugs in der entsprechenden Dokumentbibliothek abgelegt, Rechnungen kommen zu Rechnungen, u.s.w.

Fehler “MOSS MA not found” – User Profile Synchronization

Bei einem meiner Kunden sollte eine neue OU in die User Profile Synchronization Connection von SP2010 aufgenommen werden – grundsätzlich ja kein Problem. Doch siehe da: weder die ursprünglich eingerichtete Connection war zu sehen und auch das Einrichten einer neuen Connection wurde mit einer Fehlermeldung: „MOSS MA not found“ quittiert. Da wir einen User „MOSS MA“ im System haben (Testuser) war ich ehrlich gestanden ziemlich verwirrt. Eine Suche im Netz half wie immer recht schnell. Im Blog von Tommy Segoro und Oliver Schnider bin ich dann fündig geworden:

Der Service „Forefront Identity Manager Service“ muss gestartet sein, bzw. sollten beide Forefront Services, der andere ist „ForeFront Identity Manger Synchronization Service“, neu gestartet werden. In meinem Fall war der „ForeFront Identity Manager Service“ nicht gestartet. Nach dem Start taucht die die ursprünglich eingerichtete Connection wieder auf, ich kann die neue OU einlesen und somit die User Profile zur Verfügung stellen. Dank an die beiden Blogger J.

SharePoint 2010 PowerShell Befehle auf einen Blick

Anbei alle SP2010 PowerShell Befehle und noch ein paar Beispiele für die Nutzung:

Neue WebApp erzeugen:

  • New-SPWebapplication –name „Name“ –port PORT –ApplicationPool „Name“ –ApplicationPoolAccount (Get-SPManagedAccount „domain\name“)

Neue WebSite mit Template erzeugen

Backup einer SharePoint Site

Solution zur Farm adden

  • Add-SPSolution d:\solutionpath\solution.wsp

Bereitstellen der Lösung in der Farm

  • Install-SPSolution –Identity solution.wsp –WebApplication http://localhost -GACDeployment

Add-SPClaimMapping
Add-SPFeatureSetMember
Add-SPInfoPathUserAgent
Add-SPProfileServiceApplicationTenant
Add-SPServiceApplicationProxyGroupMember
Add-SPSolution
Add-SPUserSolution
Backup-SPConfigurationDatabase
Backup-SPFarm
Backup-SPSite
Check-SPContentDatabase
Clear-SPBusinessDataCatalogPartitionData
Clear-SPLogLevel
Clear-SPMetadataWebServicePartitionData
Clear-SPSecureStoreCredentialMapping
Connect-SPConfigurationDatabase
Copy-SPBusinessDataCatalogAclToChildren
Disable-SPBusinessDataCatalogEntity
Disable-SPFeature
Disable-SPInfoPathFormTemplate
Disable-SPSessionStateService
Disable-SPSingleSignOn
Disable-SPTimerJob
Disable-SPWebApplicationHttpThrottling
Disconnect-SPConfigurationDatabase
Dismount-SPContentDatabase
Dismount-SPStateServiceDatabase
Enable-SPBusinessDataCatalogEntity
Enable-SPFeature
Enable-SPInfoPathFormTemplate
Enable-SPSessionStateService
Enable-SPTimerJob
Enable-SPWebApplicationHttpThrottling
Export-SPBusinessDataCatalogModel
Export-SPBusinessDataCatalogPartitionData
Export-SPEnterpriseSearchTopology
Export-SPInfoPathAdministrationFiles
Export-SPMetadataWebServicePartitionData
Export-SPProfileServiceApplicationTenant
Export-SPSiteSubscriptionSettings
Export-SPWeb
Get-SPAccessServiceApplication
Get-SPAlternateURL
Get-SPBackupHistory
Get-SPBrowserCustomerExperienceImprovementProgram
Get-SPBusinessDataCatalogMetadataObject
Get-SPBusinessDataCatalogThrottleConfig
Get-SPCertificate
Get-SPCertificateStore
Get-SPClaimProviderManager
Get-SPContentDatabase
Get-SPContentDeploymentJob
Get-SPContentDeploymentPath
Get-SPCustomLayoutsPage
Get-SPDatabase
Get-SPDataConnectionFile
Get-SPDataConnectionFileDependent
Get-SPDesignerSettings
Get-SPDiagnosticConfig
Get-SPDiagnosticsProvider
Get-SPEdiscoveryHubSearchScope
Get-SPediscoveryHubSite
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchAdministrationComponent
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlComponent
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlContentSource
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlCustomConnector
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlDatabase
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlExtension
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlMapping
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlRule
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlTopology
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchExtendedClickThroughExtractorJobDefinition
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchExtendedConnectorProperty
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchExtendedQueryProperty
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchIndexPartition
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchLanguageResourcePhrase
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchManagerService
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchManagerServiceInstance
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchManagerServiceProxy
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataCategory
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataCrawledProperty
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataManagedProperty
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataMapping
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchPropertyDatabase
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryAuthority
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryComponent
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryDemoted
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryKeyword
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryScope
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryScopeRule
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchQuerySuggestionCandidates
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryTopology
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchRankingModel
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchSecurityTrimmer
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchService
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplicationProxy
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceInstance
Get-SPEnterpriseSearchSiteHitRule
Get-SPExcelBlockedFileType
Get-SPExcelDataConnectionLibrary
Get-SPExcelDataProvider
Get-SPExcelFileLocation
Get-SPExcelServiceApplication
Get-SPExcelUserDefinedFunction
Get-SPFarm
Get-SPFarmConfig
Get-SPFeature
Get-SPFeatureSet
Get-SPHelpCollection
Get-SPIdentityProvider
Get-SPIisWebServiceApplicationPool
Get-SPIisWebServiceSettings
Get-SPInfoPathFormsService
Get-SPInfoPathFormTemplate
Get-SPInfoPathUserAgent
Get-SPInfoPathWebServiceProxy
Get-SPLogEvent
Get-SPLogLevel
Get-SPManagedAccount
Get-SPManagedPath
Get-SPMetadataServiceApplication
Get-SPMetadataServiceApplicationProxy
Get-SPMobileMessagingAccount
Get-SPObjectSecurity
Get-SPParentFarmTrust
Get-SPProcessAccount
Get-SPProduct
Get-SPSearchService
Get-SPSearchServiceInstance
Get-SPSecureStoreApplication
Get-SPSecurityTokenService
Get-SPServer
Get-SPServiceApplication
Get-SPServiceApplicationProxy
Get-SPServiceApplicationProxyGroup
Get-SPServiceContext
Get-SPServiceEndpoint
Get-SPServiceInstance
Get-SPSessionStateService
Get-SPSite
Get-SPSiteAdministration
Get-SPSiteSubscription
Get-SPSiteSubscriptionConfig
Get-SPSiteSubscriptionMetadataConfig
Get-SPSolution
Get-SPStateServiceApplication
Get-SPStateServiceApplicationProxy
Get-SPStateServiceDatabase
Get-SPTaxonomySession
Get-SPTimerJob
Get-SPTopologyWebServiceApplication
Get-SPTopologyWebServiceProxy
Get-SPUsageApplication
Get-SPUsageDefinition
Get-SPUsageService
Get-SPUser
Get-SPUserSolution
Get-SPVisioExternalData
Get-SPVisioPerformance
Get-SPVisioSafeDataProvider
Get-SPVisioServiceApplication
Get-SPVisioServiceApplicationProxy
Get-SPWeb
Get-SPWebAnalyticsServiceApplication
Get-SPWebApplication
Get-SPWebApplicationHttpThrottlingMonitors
Get-SPWebPartPack
Get-SPWebTemplate
Get-SPWorkflowConfig
Grant-SPBusinessDataCatalogMetadataObject
Grant-SPServiceApplication
Import-SPBusinessDataCatalogModel
Import-SPBusinessDataCatalogPartitionData
Import-SPEnterpriseSearchTopology
Import-SPInfoPathAdministrationFiles
Import-SPMetadataWebServicePartitionData
Import-SPProfileServiceApplicationTenant
Import-SPSiteSubscriptionSettings
Import-SPWeb
Initialize-SPContentDatabase
Initialize-SPResourceSecurity
Initialize-SPStateServiceDatabase
Install-SPApplicationContent
Install-SPDataConnectionFile
Install-SPFeature
Install-SPHelpCollection
Install-SPInfoPathFormTemplate
Install-SPSolution
Install-SPUserSolution
Install-SPWebPartPack
Install-SPWebTemplate
Merge-SPLogFile
Mount-SPContentDatabase
Mount-SPStateServiceDatabase
Move-SPBlobStorageLocation
Move-SPUser
New-SPAccessServiceApplication
New-SPAlternateURL
New-SPBusinessDataCatalogServiceApplication
New-SPBusinessDataCatalogServiceApplicationProxy
New-SPCentralAdministration
New-SPCertificate
New-SPClaimMapping
New-SPClaimsObject
New-SPClaimsPrincipal
New-SPConfigurationDatabase
New-SPContentDatabase
New-SPContentDeploymentJob
New-SPContentDeploymentPath
New-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlComponent
New-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlContentSource
New-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlCustomConnector
New-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlDatabase
New-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlExtension
New-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlMapping
New-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlRule
New-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlTopology
New-SPEnterpriseSearchLanguageResourcePhrase
New-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataCategory
New-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataCrawledProperty
New-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataManagedProperty
New-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataMapping
New-SPEnterpriseSearchPropertyDatabase
New-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryAuthority
New-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryComponent
New-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryDemoted
New-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryKeyword
New-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryScope
New-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryScopeRule
New-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryTopology
New-SPEnterpriseSearchRankingModel
New-SPEnterpriseSearchSecurityTrimmer
New-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication
New-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplicationProxy
New-SPEnterpriseSearchSiteHitRule
New-SPExcelBlockedFileType
New-SPExcelDataConnectionLibrary
New-SPExcelDataProvider
New-SPExcelFileLocation
New-SPExcelServiceApplication
New-SPExcelUserDefinedFunction
New-SPFeatureSet
New-SPIdentityProvider
New-SPIisWebServiceApplicationPool
New-SPLogFile
New-SPManagedAccount
New-SPManagedPath
New-SPMetadataServiceApplication
New-SPMetadataServiceApplicationProxy
New-SPObaSolutionPackage
New-SPParentFarmTrust
New-SPProfileServiceApplication
New-SPProfileServiceApplicationProxy
New-SPSecureStoreApplication
New-SPSecureStoreApplicationField
New-SPSecureStoreServiceApplication
New-SPSecureStoreServiceApplicationProxy
New-SPSecureStoreTargetApplication
New-SPServiceApplicationProxyGroup
New-SPSite
New-SPSiteSubscription
New-SPStateServiceApplication
New-SPStateServiceApplicationProxy
New-SPStateServiceDatabase
New-SPSubscriptionSettingsServiceApplication
New-SPSubscriptionSettingsServiceApplicationProxy
New-SPUsageApplication
New-SPUsageLogFile
New-SPUser
New-SPVisioSafeDataProvider
New-SPVisioServiceApplication
New-SPVisioServiceApplicationProxy
New-SPWeb
New-SPWebAnalyticsServiceApplication
New-SPWebAnalyticsServiceApplicationProxy
New-SPWebApplication
New-SPWebApplicationExtension
New-SPWordConversionServiceApplication
New-SPWordConversionServiceApplicationProxy
Publish-SPServiceApplication
Receive-SPSharedServiceApplicationInfo
Remove-SPAlternateURL
Remove-SPBusinessDataCatalogModel
Remove-SPBusinessDataCatalogPartition
Remove-SPBusinessDataCatalogThrottleConfig
Remove-SPCertificate
Remove-SPClaimMapping
Remove-SPConfigurationDatabase
Remove-SPContentDatabase
Remove-SPContentDeploymentJob
Remove-SPContentDeploymentPath
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlComponent
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlContentSource
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlCustomConnector
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlDatabase
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlExtension
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlMapping
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlRule
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlTopology
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchLanguageResourcePhrase
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataCategory
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataManagedProperty
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataMapping
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchPropertyDatabase
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryAuthority
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryComponent
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryDemoted
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryKeyword
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryScope
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryScopeRule
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryTopology
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchRankingModel
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchSecurityTrimmer
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplicationProxy
Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchSiteHitRule
Remove-SPExcelBlockedFileType
Remove-SPExcelDataConnectionLibrary
Remove-SPExcelDataProvider
Remove-SPExcelFileLocation
Remove-SPExcelUserDefinedFunction
Remove-SPFeatureSet
Remove-SPFeatureSetMember
Remove-SPIdentityProvider
Remove-SPIisWebServiceApplicationPool
Remove-SPInfoPathUserAgent
Remove-SPManagedAccount
Remove-SPManagedPath
Remove-SPParentFarmTrust
Remove-SPProfileServiceApplicationTenant
Remove-SPSecureStoreApplication
Remove-SPServiceApplication
Remove-SPServiceApplicationProxy
Remove-SPServiceApplicationProxyGroup
Remove-SPServiceApplicationProxyGroupMember
Remove-SPSite
Remove-SPSiteSubscription
Remove-SPSiteSubscriptionMetadataConfig
Remove-SPSiteSubscriptionSettings
Remove-SPSolution
Remove-SPSolutionDeploymentLock
Remove-SPStateServiceDatabase
Remove-SPUsageApplication
Remove-SPUser
Remove-SPUserSolution
Remove-SPVisioSafeDataProvider
Remove-SPVisioServiceApplication
Remove-SPVisioServiceApplicationProxy
Remove-SPWeb
Remove-SPWebApplication
Rename-SPServer
Restart-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryComponent
Restore-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication
Restore-SPFarm
Restore-SPSite
Resume-SPStateServiceDatabase
Revoke-SPBusinessDataCatalogMetadataObject
Revoke-SPServiceApplication
Set-SPAccessServiceApplication
Set-SPAlternateURL
Set-SPBrowserCustomerExperienceImprovementProgram
Set-SPBusinessDataCatalogMetadataObject
Set-SPBusinessDataCatalogServiceApplication
Set-SPBusinessDataCatalogThrottleConfig
Set-SPCentralAdministration
Set-SPContentDatabase
Set-SPContentDeploymentJob
Set-SPContentDeploymentPath
Set-SPCustomLayoutsPage
Set-SPDataConnectionFile
Set-SPDesignerSettings
Set-SPDiagnosticConfig
Set-SPDiagnosticsProvider
Set-SPediscoveryHub
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchAdministrationComponent
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlContentSource
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlDatabase
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlRule
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlTopology
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchExtendedConnectorProperty
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchExtendedQueryProperty
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchIndexPartition
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataCategory
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataCrawledProperty
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataManagedProperty
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataMapping
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchPropertyDatabase
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryAuthority
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryComponent
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryKeyword
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryScope
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryScopeRule
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryTopology
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchRankingModel
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchService
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplicationProxy
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceInstance
Set-SPExcelDataConnectionLibrary
Set-SPExcelDataProvider
Set-SPExcelFileLocation
Set-SPExcelServiceApplication
Set-SPExcelUserDefinedFunction
Set-SPFarmConfig
Set-SPIdentityProvider
Set-SPIisWebServiceApplicationPool
Set-SPIisWebServiceSettings
Set-SPInfoPathFormsService
Set-SPInfoPathFormTemplate
Set-SPInfoPathWebServiceProxy
Set-SPLogLevel
Set-SPManagedAccount
Set-SPMetadataServiceApplication
Set-SPMetadataServiceApplicationProxy
Set-SPMobileMessagingAccount
Set-SPParentFarmTrust
Set-SPPassPhrase
Set-SPProfileServiceApplication
Set-SPProfileServiceApplicationProxy
Set-SPProfileServiceApplicationTenant
Set-SPSearchService
Set-SPSearchServiceInstance
Set-SPSecureStoreApplication
Set-SPSecureStoreServiceApplication
Set-SPServiceApplication
Set-SPServiceEndpoint
Set-SPSessionStateService
Set-SPSite
Set-SPSiteAdministration
Set-SPSiteSubscriptionConfig
Set-SPSiteSubscriptionMetadataConfig
Set-SPStateServiceApplication
Set-SPStateServiceApplicationProxy
Set-SPStateServiceDatabase
Set-SPSubscriptionSettingsServiceApplication
Set-SPTimerJob
Set-SPTopologyWebServiceApplication
Set-SPTopologyWebServiceProxy
Set-SPUsageApplication
Set-SPUsageDefinition
Set-SPUsageService
Set-SPUser
Set-SPVisioExternalData
Set-SPVisioPerformance
Set-SPVisioSafeDataProvider
Set-SPVisioServiceApplication
Set-SPWeb
Set-SPWebAnalyticsServiceApplication
Set-SPWebApplication
Set-SPWebApplicationHttpThrottlingMonitor
Set-SPWebApplicationSiginRedirectUrl
Set-SPWebTemplate
Set-SPWordConversionServiceApplication
Set-SPWorkflowConfig
Start-SPAdminJob
Start-SPAssignment
Start-SPContentDeploymentJob
Start-SPEnterpriseSearchManagerServiceInstance
Start-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceInstance
Start-SPInfoPathFormTemplate
Start-SPServiceInstance
Start-SPTimerJob
Stop-SPAssignment
Stop-SPEnterpriseSearchManagerServiceInstance
Stop-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceInstance
Stop-SPInfoPathFormTemplate
Stop-SPServiceInstance
Suspend-SPStateServiceDatabase
Test-SPInfoPathFormTemplate
Uninstall-SPDataConnectionFile
Uninstall-SPFeature
Uninstall-SPHelpCollection
Uninstall-SPInfoPathFormTemplate
Uninstall-SPSolution
Uninstall-SPUserSolution
Uninstall-SPWebPartPack
Uninstall-SPWebTemplate
Unpublish-SPServiceApplication
Update-SPFarmEncryptionKey
Update-SPInfoPathFormTemplate
Update-SPInfoPathUrl
Update-SPSecureStoreApplicationServerKey
Update-SPSecureStoreCredentialMapping
Update-SPSecureStoreGroupCredentialMapping
Update-SPSecureStoreMasterKey
Update-SPSolution
Update-SPUserProfilePhotoStore
Update-SPUserSolution
Upgrade-SPContentDatabase
Upgrade-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication
Upgrade-SPSingleSignOnDatabase

AutoSPInstaller – oder „Wie installiere ich SharePoint 2010 mit nur einem Mausklick (und ein wenig Skript Anpassung)?“

Über den Blog von Fabian Williams, Beitrag „My Experience with @BrianLala SharePoint AutoInstaller – I Like it„, bin ich auf den AutoSPInstaller für SharePoint 2010 auf Codeplex aufmerksam geworden. Nachdem ich auf Codeplex ein zip File mit allen Skriptfiles runtergeladen habe, mussten die entsprechenden XML Files nur noch angepasst werden und schon konnte es losgehen:

Die XML Files sind auskommentiert – also wird man recht schnell fündig an welchen Stellen man Eintragungen machen muss:

In der SetInput.xml findet sich auch der Link zum Blog von Todd Baginski zu den SharePoint Templates. Soll eine Deutsche SharePoint Installation automatisiert werden, muss der Language Code „1031“ z.B. bei PortalLCID, gesetzt werden und das Language Pack in den vorgesehenen Order kopiert werden.

Im Order „Scripted“ finden sich alle AutoSPInstaller Files.

Alle Prerequisite Files kommen ebenfalls in einen entsprechenden Ordner. Hier habe ich zusätzlich alle Files des SQL Server Feature Packs mit hinterlegt. So habe ich später alle benötigten Files für die Konfiguration von SQL und SP2010 an einer Stelle.

Sind alle Files hinterlegt und die XML Files angepasst kann der Installationsvorgang angestoßen werden.

Während der Installation wird das SP2010 Preparation Tool aufgerufen.

Die Installation läuft durch – Fehler werden angezeigt, und sollte man z.B. in der Konfigurationsdatei einen Account oder PW vergessen haben, kann dies nachgetragen werden.

Die SharePoint Datenbanken werden mit dem gewählten Präfix angelegt.

Nach der Installation und Konfiguration wird die Portalseite aufgerufen.

Fazit: Der AutoSPInstaller ist für mich die ultimative Installationsunterstützung für ein SharePoint Roll-out. Durch einfache Anpassung der xml Konfigurationsfiles an die Organisationsbedürfnisse ist ein SharePoint 2010 einfach und schnell bereitgestellt. Gleichzeitig wird eine erste SharePoint Seite (das Template ist frei wählbar) zur Verfügung gestellt. Wer also schnell, einfach und sauber einen SharePoint 2010 ausrollen will ist dem AutoSPInstaller bestens bedient. Danke an dieser Stelle an Brian Lala für diese sehr gute Arbeit.

SharePoint 2010 Site Templates

Zurzeit ist PowerShell das Thema meiner täglichen Arbeit. Mittels PowerShell kann der SharePoint 2010 schneller und einfacher administriert werden. Im Netz gibt es genügend Anleitungen wie ich SharePoint 2010 mittels PS oder PS-ISE bearbeite und administriere. Wer mittels PS Skripten z.B. SharePoint Seiten ausrollen will benötigt dazu einen bestimmten String, letztendlich das Template (Websitedefinition) für die PowerShell. Die vorhandenen Vorlagen sind hierzu in einer XML Datei definiert. So steht der String „STS#0“ zum Beispiel für eine Team Site. Zu den Site Templates war ich für SP2010 auf der Suche nach einem Template für ein komplettes SharePoint Portal welches in MOSS 2007 gab und in SP2010 nicht mehr zur Verfügung steht.

Auch hier bin ich wieder recht schnell fündig geworden. Der Blogbeitrag „Which SharePoint 2010 Site Template Is Right For Me?“ von Todd Baginski in seinem Blog listet alle notwendigen Informationen zu diesem Thema auf. Darüber hinaus habe ich im Blog von Fabian Williams auf den SharePoint AutoInstaller „AutoSPInstaller“ auf Codeplex aufmerksam geworden. Doch dazu im nächsten Beitrag mehr. Die für mich wichtigste Tabelle war die Auflistung der versteckten Templates in SP2010:

Quelle: Todd Baginski´s Blog

Autor: Todd Baginski

Slipstreaming patches into SharePoint 2010

Was in MOSS 2007 mit Slipstream funktioniert hat, geht auch unter SharePoint 2010 – Updates direkt in die Installation einbinden. Zusammengefasst funktioniert das Ganze so: Die Installationsdatei (exe) oder ISO auf einer HD entpacken (/extract) oder bereitstellen. Danach den Ordner „Updates“ suchen und die Patchdateien ebenfalls mit /extract in den „Updates“ Ordner packen. Wird jetzt die Installation des SharePoint 2010 angestoßen installiert er die Patches/Hotfixes gleich mit. Hierzu noch ein kleiner Artikel mit Bildern, wie das Ganze im Detail funktioniert (many thx 4 this work):

Quelle: Todd Klindt´s SharePoint Admin Blog

Autor: Todd Klindt

I was cruising around the Ars Technica forums and saw a question about SharePoint 2010. The poster wanted to do a fresh install with the August 2010 CUs and wanted to know if he could just run the Config Wizard once after the SharePoint 2010 install and installing the subsequent CUs. I told him that should work, but I also mentioned he could slipsteam the CU into the install and save himself some time. I realized that I hadn’t actually done that with SharePoint 2010 yet, so I decided to give it a go. Here’s how you slipstream CUs (and eventually service packs, I assume) into SharePoint 2010.

First, let’s agree on a definition of slipstreaming. Slipstreaming is adding patches or service packs to the installation of a product, in this case, SharePoint 2010. When patches are slipstreamed they don’t require any extra steps to install. The install process installs them as part of its normal activities.

Second, let’s be clear about when you should install CUs. CUs are the new hotfixes. You shouldn’t install them just because they’re out. You shouldn’t install them just because your buddies did. You should only install them because you’re having a problem with SharePoint 2010 and said problem is fixed in a CU. The CUs will patch discrete parts of SharePoint 2010, so you should also only install the CUs that fix your particular problem.

Okay, now that we’ve got all that out of the way, how do you do it?

You need to extract your SharePoint installation into its directories. For SharePoint server you do that like this:

I typed the following:

Md SharePoint 2010

OfficeServer.exe /extract:.\sp2010

If everything went well, you should get a dialog box telling you it was extracted successfully. It should look like this in the file system:

I’ve highlighted the part that makes this magic all possible, the Updates folder. To slipstream CUs, just drop their MSP files into that directory. At the end of the install process the installer will check for MSPs there, and install them. Below is how I slipstreamed both the June and August CUs into my new installation:

The stuff highlighted in red is the June CUs, the stuff in green is the August CUs. This demonstrates how to stack them. Since the patches are discrete, something that’s patched in June (like filterpack-x-none.msp and wasrvwfe-x-none.msp), might not be updated in August. In that case, if you want the all, you have to extract all the CUs and copy them over in order. The bottom line shows that both June and August patch osrchwfe-x-none, so when we copy over the August CUs we have to make sure we overwrite the older version. You end up with an Updates folder that looks like this:

Now run Setup.exe like you normally would and install SharePoint 2010. Towards the end of the install process, the MSPs in the Updates folder will be installed automatically. You can verify they were installed by checking in Central Admin. Go to Upgrades and Migration > Check Product and patch installation status. This lists all the products that make up SharePoint, as well as their patch numbers.

I think Microsoft did a fabulous job with this. Not only does it show you the current version, but it lists all the previously versions as well. And, AAAND, there’s a link to every patch you’ve installed. Now, this might seem dumb, why would you need a link to a patch you’ve already installed? If you add another server to your farm, that’s why. Now there’s no more fumbling around for an EXE you know you have, but you just can’t find. Pretty slick. I’ve also got links to all the CUs downloads in my SharePoint 2010 Build Numbers blog post.

That’s all there is to it. Again, be careful with CUs. Only install them if you need them.

tk