Current FIM 2010 Resources

This article is a survival-guide-like list of community resources across the Web. This also contains links to important TechNet Library articles about Forefront Identity Manager (FIM).  FIM 2010 Wiki Arti... [More]

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SharePoint Designer 2010 and You Do Not Have Permission Issue

In my central administration-->Security-->Specify Authentication Providers-- Default (Click On Default)You will get a new page. In that look into the IIS Authentication Settings -- Here my Basic Authentication check box was checked.Now open your IIS and go to your Site. Open the Auth... [More]

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There are no people or groups to show in this view

There are no people or groups to show in this view... One of the great out of the box web parts is the Site Users web part.  It allows you to dynamically display who has access to that site.  You can configure it to show one of the following: Show people and groups with direct permis... [More]

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Bring back the Quick Launch on a Web Part Page

Okay so we've all seen this before. We want a new Web Part page on our Sharepoint 2010 site. We go to All Site Content > Create > Web Part Page> Create and Viola! A WebPart Page is created. But notice something different about the page? The Quick Launch menu is missing. Not good for those ... [More]

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One Or More Field Types Are Not Installed Properly. Go To List Settings Page To Delete These Fields

One or more field types are not installed properly. Go to List settings page to delete these fields. Error while viewing Manage Content and Structure Page. In a SharePoint 2010 publishing site,  when you go to Site Settings -> Manage Content and Structure menu, you will get an error message... [More]

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Error : Saving Changes in not permitted.

I like how SSMS takes stance of displaying warning message and stops user from going further to do operation, thereby preventing hanging of SSMS. However, this feature can cause inconvenience in a situation when one is required to save table using SSMS. If such situation arises, then this feature ca... [More]

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Management Studio Error : Saving Changes in not permitted. The changes you have made require the following tables to be dropped and re-created. You have either made changes to a table that can’t be re-created or enabled the option Prevent saving changes that require the table to be re-created

I like how SSMS takes stance of displaying warning message and stops user from going further to do operation, thereby preventing hanging of SSMS. However, this feature can cause inconvenience in a situation when one is required to save table using SSMS. If such situation arises, then this feature ca... [More]

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PerformancePoint 2010 UI Missing with SSRS Report After Aug CU

While working on a customer site, I ran into this problem. After the farm was patched to SP2010 SP1 and the August 2011 Cumulative Update, the normal PerformancePoint 2010 blue UI with the SSRS parameters located at the top was gone. It had been replaced with the typical SSRS report fo... [More]

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Error occurred in deployment step 'Activate Features': Unable to locate the workflow's association data

Whenever you develop Sharepoint 2010, Project server 2010 or Infopath 2010 workflows using Visual studio 2010 you may face the error which says “Error occurred in deployment step 'Activate Features': Unable to locate the workflow's association data. To restore the association data to the workf... [More]

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Connecting Visual Studio 2008 BIDS to TFS 2010 and 2012

Not all of us are so lucky that we can work with the latest bits at all time. Especially the folks that are in the Microsoft BI area always seem to be behind a release or two. This has always resulted in issues connecting to TFS from their version of Visual Studio.For quite some time there has been ... [More]

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