Changing the web part menus in SharePoint could be really valuable,
especially in branding your site.
How to create web part menus in SharePoint
I recently installed the beta Windows Server R2 release, which comes with WSS SP2.
You can find the overview of the new features here.
The first thing you will notice that is different when you install WSS R2, is the option to use NTLM or Kerberos:
Also, you will notice that the site versions are different that those of previous versions. The following is a comparison of WSS with no service pack and WSS SP2:
More info to come as I have time.
I have been asked several times how to get to that page that displays
the web parts that are active on a WSS page.
Usually, you only see this page if one of the web parts loaded on the
page is giving an error when loading.
What we are looking for is called the Manage Web Part Page.
To get to it, use the following url:
This will give you the web parts loaded on the default.aspx page.
If you have a top-level site or subsite underneath that name space,
you need to use the following syntax:
(notice the /SUBSITE/ before the webpage name)
Here is a overview of the features planned for WSS 2.0 Service Pack 2 .
Some of the new features:
-Support for IP-bound virtual servers
-Kerberos enabled by default
-Support for advanced extranet configurations:
—>Host Header Modification
One of the most asked questions concerning SharePoint is backup and
recovery. One step further is restoring individual files that users
have deleted off the site.
Here is a list of backup/restore options for individual documents:
– “Add a Recycle Bin to Windows SharePoint Services for Easy Document
Recovery” from MSDN
Backup for Microsoft Office SharePoint Products and Technologies”
– from Mart
Muller’s Weblog using .fwp files created by smigrate (I have not
– from Bryant
Likes’ Blog inserting a trigger and new table into the SQL
database (Microsoft may not support you after doing this! So be