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September 23
Netcast 170 - Horrible Thing I've Created

This week we talk about whether it's Rad or Bad to use Kerberos in Central Admin. Then I discuss how a reader has helped me in my quest to upgrade my blog. Microsoft recently released a security patch for SharePoint and we cover why. Next I talk about a great SQL and SharePoint white paper that I stumbled onto. It includes some great suggestions on how to speed SharePoint. Then we talk a little about Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 8.1 and how groovy they both are.

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Running Time: 41:10


01:06 Production notes
02:06 YouTube Channel
03:00 No Kerberos on CA
12:46 Blog upgrade status
17:38 Privilege elevation patch
21:08 Storage and SQL Server capacity planning for SP2013
29:43 SharePoint 2013 on Windows 2012 R2 RTM
32:15 Windows 8.1 RTM on Surface Pro
36:37 Hey Scripting Guy!
38:33 Pro SP2013 Admin
39:25 SharePoint Conference

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Re: Netcast 170 - Horrible Thing I've Created

@new blog: looks like you want and messed with the blog by putting stuff through SharePoint Designer. You don't do that with blogs, they're quite sensitive.
Take a look at the feature "BlogContent" (0D1C50F7-0309-431c-ADFB-B777D5473A65). It provisions category.aspx, date.aspx, monthlyarchive.aspx, post.aspx and summary.aspx. So again remove those files, enable this feature and disable it. You should not expect it to overwrite those files, because what it will actually do is add webparts to an existing site. You might experiment by reenabling it a few times and each time it will add the same webparts, so you might end up with 5 webparts that show your blog post and 5 webparts that show comments on the same page.

If you edited list views (which you might have accidentally done by messing with the built-in webparts) you might want to look at BlogSiteTemplate (FAF00902-6BAB-4583-BD02-84DB191801D8), which provisions the Posts, Comments and Categories lists. This time it will be active, so first disable, then enable and leave it.

Also look out for this little fellow I found (nasty thing, got a lot of spam from my users because of it):
 on 9/23/2013 1:05 PM

Re: Netcast 170 - Horrible Thing I've Created

Excellent information. Thanks.

If you leave another comment please leave your name so I can give you a proper shout out. :)

Todd O. KlindtNo presence information on 9/23/2013 7:31 PM

Re: Netcast 170 - Horrible Thing I've Created

ok, but I'm afraid you will have trouble pronouncing it anyway :)
- Piotr Siódmak
 on 9/24/2013 3:18 AM

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