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Announcing 2009 Speakers for the San Antonio SharePoint User Group

The San Antonio SharePoint User Group has a list of speakers planned through July, but high quality speakers are always welcome to join us! We’ll make a special meeting for you if we have to.   Here’s the group I wouldn’t bump for anyone, though: (past) February 24th – Beck Isserman, MOSSLover March 24th – Tiffany Songvilay April 28th – Robert Nellis and AMD’s top 10 usable intranet May 26th- Bill English, MVP June 23rd – tentative, Evan Archilla July 28th […]

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Custom Field Type Webcast from San Antonio SharePoint User Group

Travis Lingenfelder gave a presentation today by Live Meeting for the San Antonio SharePoint User Group in the place of a December meeting at a physical location. He explained and demoed the Regular Expression Validator example from Todd Bleeker’s SharePoint Development Book. I noticed Travis was recording, so hopefully we can make it available to those who could not attend. Figure 1: IP Address example from the webcast For more information on Custom Field Types in SharePoint, follow the links […]

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SharePoint Author and Expert Bill English to present in San Antonio

Bill English, author and SharePoint expert, is coming to San Antonio in March!   Bill will be presenting at the San Antonio SharePoint User’s Group (SASUG) meeting Tuesday, March 24th. Expect more details at the February meeting.   SASUG is taking a break for the Holidays, but regular meetings will resume in January at the normal date of the fourth Tuesday of the month.   For more information on SASUG visit the group homepage at http://www.sasug.net and join us in the LinkedIn SASUG Group. […]

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MOSS 2007 High Availability with Database Mirroring : Slides and References

Moss 2007 High Availability View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. References Database Mirroring Best Practices and Performance Considerations. Microsoft(r) TechNet. [Online] March 10, 2006. [Cited: 10 09, 2008.] http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/sql/2005/technologies/dbm_best_pract.mspx. Case Study of High Availability for SharePoint using Database Mirroring (white paper). Microsoft TechNet. [Online] April 2008. [Cited: September 22, 2008.] http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc531332.aspx Microsoft. How to transfer the logins and the passwords between instances of SQL Server 2005. Microsoft Help and Support. [Online] July 11, 2006. [Cited: October 13, 2008.] http://support.microsoft.com/kb/918992/ […]

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SASUG- SharePoint High Availability with Database Mirroring

The San Antonio SharePoint User’s Group just announced the October 28th presentation on SharePoint High Availability with Database Mirroring. My friend and collegue, Rich Olivieri, will be presenting based on recent work we’ve done for a client. Microsoft’s Plan for Redundancy has all the pretty pictures showing database clusters or mirrors. But how easy is this to set up if you’re not a DBA? Turns out, it’s not too hard to switch over when you use the Alias approach. Rich […]

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See SharePoint MVP Matt McDermott at the August San Antonio SharePoint Users Group Meeting

In August, the San Antonio SharePoint Users Group will be hosting SharePoint MVP Matt McDermott at the new Rackspace office on Walzem road. When the function is available again, register with sasug.net to receive the full details when the official email goes out. In the meantime, Contact Me with your email and I will pass it on to the meeting organizer.   You can find the resources from his presentation on Search at the SharePoint Conference on his blog post […]

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San Antonio SharePoint User Group – July 22nd Meeting

Sasug.net doesn’t have this information currently, so I’m reposting this from the email invitation for those who are looking for it.   Please Join Us for the July Meeting of the San Antonio SharePoint User Group! Functions of Food Safety Net Services’ Extranet! The San Antonio SharePoint User Group (SASUG) was established by local, San Antonio companies that are excited about Microsoft SharePoint. Our goals are to: Build community around SharePoint and related technologies Cross-pollinate information and ideas on SharePoint […]

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