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Nintex Workflow

Nintex Workflow 2013 provides a rich, graphical, web browser interface that enables organizations to build complex workflow processes quickly and easily.

Nintex Workflow 2013

A Little SharePoint Spam Prevention by Shannon Webster

I recently had a client say “The SharePoint is bombarding me with emails!” This client in an effort to continue to leverage their SharePoint infrastructure had implemented a simple change ticket management entry and workflow process on their own. It was a perfect fit for SharePoint – form entry, approval workflow, and notifications. Their issue …

SharePoint 2007 SP2 Causes License Key to Expire 6 Months Later by Sandar Van Laan

Issue Description When users attempt to perform searches, access InfoPath Forms Services web-enabled forms, view Excel Services web parts or BDC web parts, they get an error that says, “Your License key has expired.” Problem: Install Service Pack 2 Don’t update license  6 months later features such as search, InfoPath Forms Services, Excel Services, BDC, …

It’s the Business Solution, Stupid! by Hank Edwards

When Clinton was running for President, he had one simple phrase. “It’s the economy, stupid”. As a great communicator, he boiled down the current issues, at that time, to a simple phrase that could be understood by everyone. With all the techno-babble about social media, cloud sourcing, outsourcing, mobility, ubiquitous connections and other new age …

Does using SharePoint make you more susceptible to Scope Creep? By Shannon Webster

SharePoint is a powerful platform that can more easily accommodate some changes (e.g. adding new columns to a list, and changing drop-down values, etc.) over pure code platforms, like .NET, making it easy to fall into the trap of making every change. However, care should be taken to ensure that these changes are evaluated for …

Install SP 2010 Productivity Hub in Environment with SP1 Installed By Sandar Van Laan

Using the current Productivity Hub (free training web site) download from Microsoft, errors out when trying to install in an environment with SP 1 installed. This is the error: “Restore-SPSite failed with: Microsoft.SharePoint.SPException: Your backup is from a different version of Microsoft SharePoint Foundation and cannot be restored to a server running the current version. …