Of all days in the week, on Sunday [August 21, 2011] I decided to tease my SharePoint 2010 development environment! I decided to change all the SharePoint 2010 Service Account(s)password.
Thank you Microsoft for introducing the managed accounts, else I would be clicking away for a long time, having to go through each application pool to change the password (map this scenario to MOSS 2007 or WSSv3). With managed accounts associated with application pools, it was a matter of changing the password for the managed account and it would ‘cascade’ down…
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Early this week on site deploying SharePoint 2010, the client wanted to create few site collections for their development team. He tried to create using the Central Administration and could not see any options for creating SharePoint site collections in their own databases!
Well, that’s not news to all of us in the SharePoint World! Is it?
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The following PowerShell cmdlet will get all the diagnostic configuration values
If you want to change the location of your diagnostic configuration log use the following PowerShell cmdlet
Set-SPDiagnosticConfig -LogLocation D:\SharePointLogs\