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SharePoint 2010 Admin Pack

The SharePoint 2010 Admin Pack is a growing collection of administrative tools for SharePoint 2010. Currently, it has

  • Workflow Manager which allows you to view all workflows and where they're associated and running throughout your site collection.
  • Workflow Organizer which allows you to specify the firing order of your workflows on a list.
  • Site Columns which displays all site columns including a method to find site content types which are using the column.
  • Server Name simply displays the current server you're running on, helpful when working with network load balancing.

Site Directory for SharePoint 2010

SharePoint 2007 used to have a type of Site Called Site Directory which provided a directory of all sites that had been created. In SharePoint 2010, this feature has been dropped. This solution has been developed to fill the gap in SharePoint 2010. The solution follows the same basic principle of the Site Directory in SharePoint 2007 but adds some commonly requested features.

v1.6 uploaded! Updated with various bug fixes and minor architectural changes. Please carefully follow the Installation Guide.

Tools and WebParts for SharePoint 2007 and 2010

Here you will found projects, tools and webparts for SharePoint 2007 and 2010 and I hope can resolve your requirements. Some projects are beta versions or prototypes to test things in SharePoint, be carefull how to use these in your production enviroment.

SharePoint Server 2010 - SharePoint Foundation
Tool To Configure Lists and Document Libraries
Tool to handle suggestions in search engine of SharePoint 2010

Technorati: SharePoint, Podcast, SharePointCommunity, SharePoint 2010, Michael Greth, Office 2010, Office365


Bereitgestellt 9 Sep 2011 12:53 von Michael Greth