Saturday, December 27, 2014
Monday, December 22, 2014
The chart cannot be rendered. This may be due to a misconfiguration of the Microsoft SharePoint Server State Service
Go to Central Administration>>Configuration Wizards>>Launch the Farm Configuration Wizard>>>Start The Wizard>>Check the State Service
Now you can view charts
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Two days ago I received a call regards to SharePoint farm admin account access level.
“SharePoint farm admin account has access to all site collection and able to site content” the argument is
“Farm admin defined in Central Admin will always have full access to everything in the farm, because they are by nature, farm admin.”
My reply was NO SharePoint farm admin account by default don’t have access to SharePoint Site collection or site content, unless the user is member of “Domain User” AD group. (By default when you create user in AD which automatically add user to “Domain User group”
So decided to try myself :
Created new user called user1 on my AD
Created Site Collection with User 1 as primary administrator
Login using Farm admin account “Sorry, this site hasn’t been shared with you.
Login using User 1 account
Farm Administrator: This account refer to the SharePoint Administrator like us, these accounts are usually user account and they just explore the Central admin. A user with Farm Admin rights is not automatically granted rights in Site Collections. To bypass having to add the user to every Site Collection, in Central Administration go to Manage Web Applications.
Farm administrators have no access to site content by default; they must take ownership of site collections to view any content. They can do this by adding themselves as site collection administrators—but ideally, they’ll leave the content management side to you, so they can focus on the software.
SharePoint farm administrators (refer to http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint-server-help/permissions-for-site-collection-administrators-HA101943260.aspx)
SharePoint farm administrators control settings in the SharePoint Central Administration Web site – that is, settings that apply to all the site collections in your organization’s SharePoint deployment. They also create site collections and set the first layer of permissions for site collections.
These settings affect the types of decisions that you can make, as a site collection administrator. Here are the permissions decisions that farm administrators can make:
- Enable or disable the anonymous access feature.
- Specify which permission levels are available for you to choose from.
- Specify which individual permissions are available within each permission level.
- Choose how much of SharePoint Designer is available in the site collection.
- Choose which users can manage service applications, such as the User Profile Service application, or Search. Each service application has its own customizable permission settings.
- Add another user as a farm administrator.
Monday, July 28, 2014
Microsoft happy to release a free ebook today: Building Cloud Apps with Microsoft Azure: Best practices for DevOps, data storage, high availability, and more, by Scott Guthrie, Mark Simms, Tom Dykstra, Rick Anderson, and Mike Wasson.
This ebook walks you through a patterns-based approach to building real-world cloud solutions. The patterns apply to the development process as well as to architecture and coding practices.
The content is based on a presentation developed by Scott Guthrie and delivered by him at the Norwegian Developers Conference (NDC) in June of 2013 (part 1, part 2), and at Microsoft Tech Ed Australia in September 2013 (part 1, part 2). Many others updated and augmented the content while transitioning it from video to written form.
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Microsoft CEO announce Mobile First, Cloud First strategy,
Part of Cloud-First strategy, if we look back last 12 months, Microsoft Azure announce and delivery more than 300 features and functions part of cloud-first strategy Microsoft commented to move feature and functions upcoming years.
Part of Mobile-First strategy. Microsoft is absolutely focused on empowering people to get more done wherever they need to and on any device. So now I get a chance to show you what Microsoft's doing to help people do more on the device they choose. Microsoft is absolutely committed to creating great mobile applications, and you see on my iPad we already have a number of apps, right? I have my Yammer app, Lync, Dynamics, Bing, Skype, OneNote, and one my favorites, OneDrive
Monday, July 21, 2014
Sunday, February 9, 2014
Global Windows Azure Boot Camp—Singapore Chapter (Register @ http://gwabsg2014.eventbrite.sg )
A Windows Azure Boot Camp On More Than 100 Location Globally at The Same Time
This one day deep dive class will get you up to speed on developing for Windows Azure. The class includes trainers with deep real world experience with Windows Azure.
We’re really happy we have sponsors helping us out with this event and giving away some swag at all locations!
09:00 – 09:45
- welcome - Opening and Key Note
09:45 – 10:45
Engineering Enterprise Apps for Azure
Punit Ganshani, (Microsoft MVP, C#)
10:45 – 11:00
- Break -
11:00 – 12:15
Windows Azure Multi-Factor Authentication
Wely Lau (Microsoft)
12:15 – 13:30
- lunch -
13:00 – 14:30
SharePoint on Azure IaaS and VPN
K. Mohamed Faizal (Microsoft MVP, Windows Azure)
- Break -
14:45 – 15:45
ZUMO - Windows Azure Mobile Services
Saranya Sriram (Microsoft)
15:45 – 16:45
Windows Azure Website
Senthamil Selvan (Solution Architect, Xchanging Solution)
16:45 – 17:00
- closing & lucky draw -
Above sponsors offering some nice SWAG mostly in the form of software licenses for your attendees. Either a license per attendee or a number of them to raffle out.
Microsoft Singapore giving out some t-shirt too.
Questions / enquiries:
- K. Mohamed Faizal email@example.com