Marc Molenaar on May 1st, 2012

For a client I have modified the search results to clickthrough to other results. It is a client with a lot of different locations and I have made a separate searchbox on the homepage to search in their Location scope. The results are shown with a lot of fields per location like street address, postal [...]

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Marc Molenaar on September 13th, 2010

Today I passed SharePoint 2010 exam 70-667, entitled TS: Microsoft SharePoint 2010, Configuring. Here is a list of the resources which I used to prepare for this exam:
I have:

a lot of hands on experience with SharePoint 2007
hands on experience with SharePoint 2010
read the book Professional SharePoint 2010 Administration by Todd Klindt, Shane Young and Steve Caravajal [...]

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Marc Molenaar on September 1st, 2010

Saw a nice link on twitter by @eden_stafford about extracting an attachment from an email and saving it to a SharePoint library with Nintex Workflow.
The original post by Kolitha de Silva can be found here.

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Marc Molenaar on July 26th, 2010

I have set up a SharePoint 2010 farm. Some databases have been configured by using PowerShell scripts. Therefore they have friendly names like SP2010_Config. I do not have made scripts for every configuration step yet so some database names are like this \WebAnalyticsServiceApplication_ReportingDB_2d5a77a9-8360-41cf-9294-14587f977d1d.
I would like to have nice looking names in my SQL server so I [...]

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Marc Molenaar on May 27th, 2010

A short post about how to use regular expressions in a Nintex workflow. This example, that is part of a big workflow for a call registration system, shows how to use the Regular expressions action to check if the logon name of an user (<domainname>\<account>) contains a specific pattern. If this results in the value [...]

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