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May 19
Netcast 156 - Hallmark of a Great Book

In tonight's Netcast we talk about some security issues I had with SharePoint last week and how to successfully update the Workflow Manager. Then we dive into a couple of lively discussions. First we cover whether you should install the 32 bit or 64 bit version of Office 2013. After we lay that discussion to rest then we discuss the pros and cons of using SharePoint groups or Active Directory groups when assigning permissions in SharePoint. Then I promote the bejeezus out of my new book.

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Running Time: 43:22

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Account permissions and security settings in SharePoint 2013

Update Workflow in SharePoint Server 2013

Choose 32-bit or 64-bit Office 2013

Use SharePoint groups or AD groups?

SharePoint 2013 Building Business Solutions

UStream Premium Membership (no commercials during the live stream)

SharePoint 2013 Professional Administration

TechEd North America

TechEd Europe

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ShortURL: http://www.toddklindt.com/Netcast156

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Creating Databases in SQL first, then attaching services

Hi Todd:

My co-worker and I have been in few debates regarding creating databases in SQL manually and having SharePoint point to them during Service application creation.  I have read several SharePoint books that never mention pros and cons of this method if at all.

On the other hand, I would rather have SharePoint create the databases as this seems more logical because SharePoint automatically sets the permissions for the SQL databases.

What Pros and Cons do you see in either scenario, so we can end the feud and get on with our lives.

Thanks and I appreciate your work,
Leo
 on 5/20/2013 3:58 PM

Creating Databases in SQL first, then attaching services

Hi Todd:

My co-worker and I have been in few debates regarding creating databases in SQL manually and having SharePoint point to them during Service application creation.  I have read several SharePoint books that never mention pros and cons of this method if at all.

On the other hand, I would rather have SharePoint create the databases as this seems more logical because SharePoint automatically sets the permissions for the SQL databases.

What Pros and Cons do you see in either scenario, so we can end the feud and get on with our lives.

Thanks and I appreciate your work,
Leo
 on 5/20/2013 4:07 PM

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