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The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID - MOSS / SharePoint 2007 Server Issues Revisited
You may see this error - more than once - when working with your Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 deployment. This animal / error generally shows itself after you have applied an upgrade to an existing deployment. For example, when upgrading from B2 MOSS to B2TR MOSS - or when applying a special service pack from MSFT - you may begin to see a lot of these errors pop up in the SYSTEM event log. The error CLSID is followed by a class ID for the DCOM+ application that the service account ......

Posted On Tuesday, December 19, 2006 5:47 AM

A failure was encountered while launching the process serving application pool 'SharePoint Central Administration v3'. The application pool has been disabled. - SharePoint Server 2007 Setup
Just an FYI... As you forge ahead into the world of MOSS and deploying / configuring MOSS sites with actual service accounts - you may very well run into this error. The PRIMARY cause of this error has to do with the service account. When you created the service account, you set a password for it. Did you document that with your client? If you did not, it is very possible that someone in IT at the client site will change it to something THEY know and want to manage. Alas, all things SharePoint begin ......

Posted On Tuesday, December 19, 2006 5:24 AM

WSS (Windows SharePoint Services), Session State, Trust Level and beyond...
I have a Windows 2003 Server notebook I use for development. I have a dozen or so IIS 6 sites, and recently decided to place WSS on here for use with BizTalk Server 2006. Alas, the woes of WSS and hostile take-overs!!! I installed WSS on the Default Web Site, added all of my exclude paths in WSS for the sites I needed to continue hosting/developing, and ran into the infamous “Trust” and “Session State” issues. In summary I made the following modifications to resolve these ......

Posted On Thursday, March 2, 2006 4:54 PM

Dot Net Haven and SharePoint Portal and Beyond...
A few months ago a few of us had an idea - what would be the ideal hosting and support site for .Net Developers? Dot Net Haven? Perhaps. www.dotnethaven.net is currently active and growing quickly. Initial features are hosting plans, FAQ's with the responses that only premier blogs like this one provide; a Help Desk Ticket system that provides some limited support for users. Finally? If you are an authorized MSDN Licensee and get clearance, you have access to the SharePoint Portal sandbox that we're ......

Posted On Saturday, February 25, 2006 1:25 AM

Local paths or mapped drives are not allowed in a farm, UNC notation is required
Local paths or mapped drives are not allowed in a farm, UNC notation is required If you are trying to restore a SharePoint Portal backup and you see this error - and you, like me (big smile) - are new to SPS - then this will drive you nuts!!! SharePoint does not backup/restore to / from physical drives / paths. You have to setup a share on the server and backup to and restore from a share. For example, if I have a backup.xml manifest in the C:\SPSBackup folder, and I attempt to restore from this ......

Posted On Friday, December 9, 2005 12:37 PM

The version in the manifest file does not correspond with the current version of SharePoint Portal Server
The version in the manifest file does not correspond with the current version of SharePoint Portal Server If you are trying to restore a complete portal backup from one setup to another, you may receive this error. So, what version of SharePoint are you running? Regular SPS 03 deployment, or SP1 or 2 applied? 1. On the server, go to 'Add or Remove Programs' 2. For SPS and/or WSS, click 'Click Here for Support Information'. Note the version numbers below: Standard Installation: Windows SharePoint ......

Posted On Friday, December 9, 2005 12:19 PM

"#50070: Unable to connect to the database STS_Config
"#50070: Unable to connect to the database STS_Config This is similar to the message I received when bringing up 2 VPC's (Virtual PC's) - one is the AD/DC (Active Directory / Domain Controller) with SharePoint Portal Server 2003 on it, and the other is my SQL 2K server - a member server of this domain. I had completed these server configurations on these VPC's, and did so with the network IP property settings setup to pull their IP addresses from our corporate LAN. Now, I'm in a different location, ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 29, 2005 9:57 AM

You receive an "Application has generated an exception that cannot be handled" error message when you remove SharePoint Portal Server and Windows SharePoint Services from your server
You receive an "Application has generated an exception that cannot be handled" error message when you remove SharePoint Portal Server and Windows SharePoint Services from your server November 16, 2005 During a routine setup of SPS 03 (SharePoint Portal Sever 2003) I ran into an issue that required me to uninstall the SPS instance. During the uninstall, I received this error once, and on another occasion a different error (reported under a different posting). This article addresses this issue from ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 16, 2005 11:19 AM

The Configure Server Farm Account Settings page is not displayed, and the SharePoint Central Administration site is not configured correctly, when you run SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Setup
The Configure Server Farm Account Settings page is not displayed, and the SharePoint Central Administration site is not configured correctly, when you run SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Setup November 16, 2005 PROBLEM SharePoint Portal Server 2003 installs great – or does it? After a seemingly clean install, the SharePoint Central Administration page would not display. There were no events in the System, Application, or Security Logs. Under C:\Program Files\SharePoint Portal Server\Logs I found ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 16, 2005 10:46 AM

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