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November 21
Netcast 178 - A Real Page Turner

In tonight's episode I demystify SharePoint administrative permission, Da Vinci Code style.  Then I talk about Host Named Site Collections and how they can trip up users and make them log more times than they want to. Which is any. Next we chat about a content type bug that popped into the March 2013 PU for SharePoint 2013. Then I show you how to strip that fancy UI off of a Windows Server 2012 using PowerShell.

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Running Time: 43:57


00:00 - Welcome
00:32 -
02:38 - Demystifying SharePoint Administration Permissions
13:39 - Local columns not associated with Content Types
21:40 -
24:39 - SQL Resources

  1. Securing SharePoint: Harden SQL Server in SharePoint Environments
  2. Best practices for SQL Server in a SharePoint Server farm
  3. Overview of SQL Server in a SharePoint environment (SharePoint 2013)
  4. Storage and SQL Server capacity planning and configuration (SharePoint Server 2013)

30:25 - Glance with background
40:02 Charity drive for birthday email address,

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Columns and Content Types

Just to clarify, this "Local columns not associated with Content Types" bug does appear to be limited to local columns only.  We are on the October CU, have custom Content Types, but are using Site Columns which are working just fine.  I was worried after listening to the netcast since we literally went from RTM to March PU to October CU in the past week but I guess I missed the "local" part until I started reading here and on Theresa's blog and then testing on our system.

Thanks, Ed
 on 12/6/2013 9:43 AM

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