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Links (10/2/2007)

Posted by Steve Pietrek on October 2, 2007

  1. **** SharePoint: Howto disable editing sites with SharePoint Designer
  2. **** Debunking a myth: You *CAN* use code behinds in SharePoint v3 sites
  3. **** How to change service accounts and service account passwords in SharePoint Server 2007 and in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
  4. Live Search Web Part
  5. Live Search Web Part, Part 2
  6. The Zen Art Of SharePoint 2003 to MOSS 2007 upgrades
  7. Ask timeout control in MOSS 2007 Workflow – the workaround for the Delay activity bug
  8. SharePoint Workflow Basics, Part 1
  9. What We’ve Learned about AJAX Code in SharePoint
  10. InfoPath 2007 form corrupted and unable to preview, publish or open with InfoPath 2007 Designer
  11. IntelliGantt Enhances SharePoint Integration (via Mike Gunderloy)
  12. Business Data Columns : updating programmatically
  13. Create an Image Item from ASP File Upload Control in Sharepoint Image Library Programmatically
  14. Using Records Management in SharePoint 2007 Part 2 (Creating a Records Repository and Configuring the Retention Schedules)
  15. Common SharePoint Search Errors
  16. PowerShell: SharePoint, CAS, assembly information, wsp manifest file
  17. SharePoint 2007 – Lock down your site
  18. MOSS Faceted Search CodePlex project released
  19. Content Database Restrictions
  20. Custom Web Part Code: Adding the default doc lib menu to a custom web part
  21. Update to Creating a MOSS State Machine Workflow Part 2: Initiation and Association Form Trap
  22. Creating a MOSS State Machine Workflow (Part 3 of 4: Workflow Development)
  23. Getting to Workflow Information
  24. BDC Mapper Web Part

One Response to “Links (10/2/2007)”

  1. bryan said


    I am wondering if you know how to block access of sharepoint designer to users while allowing access to a few? Is this possible. I would like to block access to the entire company while allowing only the 2 MOSS administrators access to the tool. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!


    I am referring to this….

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