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July 29
Netcast 86 - Tuesday Night Surprise

In this special Tuesday episode I talk about some upgrade issues including how to export Solution. I also walk through how to install language packs.

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Running Time: 34:43

 

2007 Solution Exporter

2007 Solution Extractor

Extract SharePoint 2010 Solutions with PowerShell

Find MyLinks in SharePoint 2010

Download SharePoint Language Packs

Deploy Language Packs

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Question about Book

Todd, on pg 193 of your book, you stated " From the enterprise customer’s point of view, they can now provide multiple versions of SharePoint to their users on a single farm. For instance, only half of a company’s 10,000 employees may need SharePoint Foundation capabilities. The remaining user community may need SharePoint Server Enterprise features. Individual SharePoint farms can now have multiple licensing schemas associated with them in a way that is easier to manage and control. In this case, only 5,000 users would need SharePoint Server Enterprise licenses, while the remaining users would use SharePoint Foundation licensing — and all of this would be perfectly acceptable to Microsoft. " this is exactly what i want to accomplish. Do you have any more guidance/instructions on how to do this or know where I can find out? I'm still a little confused about how this can be accomplished when many of the enterprise services cannot be partioned.
TIA
Dean
 on 7/30/2011 1:03 PM

wmv link incorrect

Link to wmv points to previous webcast 85
 on 7/31/2011 1:23 AM

Re: wmv link incorrect

Yup, it sure was. I've fixed it. Thanks for the heads up.

tk
Todd O. KlindtNo presence information on 7/31/2011 9:07 AM

Link not working

The link to 'Extract SharePoint 2010 Solutions with PowerShell' is not working.
 on 9/16/2011 7:54 AM

Re: Link not working

All better. Since it was a link to Shane's blog I think I subconsciously omitted it.

tk
Todd O. KlindtNo presence information on 9/20/2011 3:30 PM

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