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SharePoint 2010 Database Mirroring with Automatic Failover

Introduction There are lots of resources available online that discuss SharePoint database mirroring.  In this article I will mention a few of these resources, toss in my own personal experience and leave you with a few T-SQL scripts that may prove useful in your mirroring efforts. Resources Here are two TechNet articles that I found useful [...]

By |2016-11-30T14:49:26+04:30April 21st, 2014|PowerShell, SQL|5 Comments

List SharePoint InfoPath Forms

So, my current place of employment has recently upgraded to SharePoint 2010.  Seriously, don't laugh.  In any case, our environment is fairly InfoPath heavy.  All existing forms were created with InfoPath 2007 as client based forms.  Some of the issues with client based forms include: InfoPath has to be installed on every system where users [...]

By |2016-12-15T12:20:50+04:30April 1st, 2014|InfoPath, PowerShell|4 Comments
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