Posted on 30 January 2011 by
I know what is check-out in share point means …that file is locked and no one can make changes ,,,,but can someone explain me why they come with with word check-out as this word means “for hotel– means to pay for services and leave.” so how does it applies it here for locking a file ….
I would like to send new year wishes to you, to everyone in the world ‘Wish you a Happy New Year”, be happy. Friendly greeting CHIM NON
on: 5th February 11
Posted on 17 December 2008 by
I’ve started a ‘Approval’ Work-flow in SharePoint.
However I don’t want the email notification of “This Work-flow has started” to be sent to all the people in the Work-flow. In fact the only email I want to be delivered is the “…Has been assigned to you.” email notification.
This is just a standard list not a task list.
Using SharePoint designer you can modify the workflow or create a custom task workflow with a few easy steps. You will be able to specify which emails you wish to be sent and where.
by: Devin W
on: 24th December 08
Posted on 29 October 2007 by Tony
i am new to sharepoint 2007. I wish to know how do i set in order that other visitors from outside are able to view the web? because it always prompted for login whenever i go the the site. Thanks alot
MOSS 2007 Enable Anonymous
FAQ – How do I enable anonymous access ?
1. Enable anonymous access for a web application from the Central Admin.
Central Admin Home Page > Application Management > Authentication Providers > select the Membership Provider (authentication.aspx) and enable anonymous access from the next page.
You don’t have to do anything on the IIS Manager … enabling it from the Central Admin page will also enable it on IIS.
2. Explicitly turn it on for the sites you want to be accessed anonymously.
Browse to the site, click Site Settings > Advanced Permissions > Settings >Anonymous Access (setanon.aspx) and turn on anonymous access for the site.
by: Brian G
on: 1st November 07