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Exception setting "ThreadOptions" in SharePoint 2010 Management Shell
Right after you install SP2010 (Foundation or Server), even on a completely updated Windows Server 2008 SP2, when you go to start the SharePoint 2010 Management Shell (the recommended PowerShell interface for working with SharePoint), you get a real ugly looking error: Exception setting "ThreadOptions": "This property cannot be changed after the Runspace has been opened." At C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\CONF IG\POWERSHELL\Registration\... char:48 ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 17, 2010 1:56 PM

Site Templates in SharePoint 2010
There are still Site Template in SharePoint 2010, but they're no longer .STP files. Instead, they're packaged in .WSP files just like web parts and features. No longer is there a "Site Template Gallery", instead there is a "Solutions Gallery". To create a Site Template, browse to the Site you want to create from. Go to Site Actions –> Site Settings –> Save site as template (under the Site Actions heading). Give your template a name, and don't forget to check the "Include Content" box if you ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 17, 2010 1:45 PM

Changing Page Layout with SharePoint Designer 2010
Don't like one of your page layouts on your SharePoint Site? No problem, you can solve this problem quickly and easily using the free SharePoint Designer. It doesn't take any programming, just a couple minor HTML tweaks. Note: This is different from modifying the master page, which will effect every page on the site. Instead, we'll be detaching the page from the master page, therefore making it unique on the site. This obviously has its cons when its comes to long-term site style. Here's how a site ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 17, 2010 9:09 AM

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