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November 03
Netcast 175 - Can't See What it Fixes

This week I start things off by debuting Rackspace's new Facebook page. Next I cover a PowerShell cmdlet that my team uses to help with SharePoint upgrades. Then I talk a little about the ongoing roll out of the October 2013 CUs. Then I touch on some SQL Server security changes you can make, and how you can make your SharePoint site more SEO friendly. Finally I talk about a weird CSS issue in SharePoint 2013 apps.

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Running Time: 41:09

Links:

4:05 - SharePoint at Rackspace Facebook Page

5:52- New Media Expo

9:49- Time Operations in PowerShell with Measure-Command

15:19- SharePoint Server 2013 October 2013 CU Notes

15:30- SharePoint 2013 Builds

15:55- SharePoint 2013 Patches on Twitter

17:35- Securing SharePoint: Harden SQL Server in SharePoint Environments

22:30- Optimizing SharePoint Server 2013 websites for Internet search engines

26:28- Google Trend comparison

29:33- SharePoint 2013 Apps do not load CSS properly 403

32:18- Microsoft Cloud Show

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Edited 11/8/2013 to fix all the broken links. Yeesh!

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RSS feds links

The RSS feed links are point to 174 not 175. 
 on 11/4/2013 9:27 AM

Re: RSS feds links

Yeah, I screwed those all up. Sorry about that. All better now.

tk
Todd O. KlindtNo presence information on 11/8/2013 12:13 PM

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