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Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Yeah ! Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management

Yeah...Finally get my ITIL ITSM foundation certificate :)

After the class just understand all the basic term of ITIL, and some bacis concept. I think this certificate is not hard if you have pay attention at Class.

65% passing mark, total question have 40 , that mean 36 correct you will get pass :) . This exam is harder the Microsoft paper because the exam have keep on add in some question is base on understanding of the concept only can answer. For Microsoft is direct :P

Thursday, November 20, 2008

profile information no longer syncs to contens database

Recently faced the issue of the user profile picture not showed at the MOSS sites, after 2 day investigation just found out the root cause.

Root cause : content database set to "offline"

*the reasons set the content database to offline is prevent user to add more sites to this contents database

Solution : change the status back to "started" and set the max number of sites to the existing number of size. that all :P

yahoo!! special thanks to this blog --> http://www.mindsharpblogs.com/ben/archive/2008/05/23/5563.aspx

Sunday, November 2, 2008

SiteManager web UI : Easy for MOSS SCA to manage the sites

SiteManager web UI

First you will need to bring up the UI. The URL to the Site Manager is only available in MOSS and you can find it at http://server/_layouts/SiteManager.aspx. Now you can change that to any site url and add the _layouts/SiteManager.aspx, but keep in mind that if you are moving things around you probably want to hit the top-level of the site collection to do this.

Once you have the Site Manager page up it is pretty simple to use.

  1. Expand the tree on the right hand side to find the site you want to move
  2. Click on the parent of that site in the right hand tree to load the left hand panel
  3. Check the checkbox next to the site you want to move
  4. Click on the Actions -> Move menu option
  5. Expand the tree in the popup Move dialog to find the new parent site
  6. Click on the parent site in the tree and click the Ok button

This method has the benefit of being more visual, however it does lack so of the power of STSADM since you can't rename the URL with it. You have to go in to Site Actions -> Site Settings -> Title, description, and icon to change the URL name. This mean a two step process to reparent and rename a web through the Web UI as opposed to the one step with STSADM.

this is cool feature for admin to manage the sites, you can check all your entire moss sites. edit , delete create new sites and see have what list, add item..is cool!!

i will try to promote this to user as much as i can!!! :)