Month: May 2007

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Do You TechEd?

I’m off to Orlando next week for the big Microsoft geekfest otherwise known as TechEd.  I’ll be blogging daily from the event, keeping you up to date on – what else? – the latest SharePoint happenings.     If you plan to attend, look for me and introduce yourself.  I’m most likely to be found wearing a […]

Securing Application Pages in SharePoint 2007

Anonymous security in SharePoint 2007 is more of an art than an exact science, it seems.  Although drastically improved from 2003, there are still some gaps in the security model which need to be plugged (and some that need to be opened) for public-facing SharePoint sites.  One of the most glaring examples is the List […]

Anonymous Search Results in WSS v3

When configuring WSS v3 (2007) for a public facing web site there are a number of steps to take to insure anonymous users don’t have access to areas they shouldn’t – removing default lists, modifying application pages to hide pulic views, locking down mysites, etc. – but there is one page that is absolutely necessary […]

SharePoint 2007 RSS Aggregation Web Part

One of the most common requirements we have these days is to display RSS feeds on WSS/MOSS sites inside of a web part.  Most users want the ability to see just a list of article links, sorted by date, from multiple feed sources – a collection of technology blogs or all the official SharePoint blogs, […]