Re-creating the SharePoint Web Services Site

How to restore the SharePoint Web Services IIS Web Site if accidently deleted The above blog post explains that it is possible to, erroneously, remove the SharePoint Services website from the file system when there are extended zones in play … Read More

Got Trusts? Need Info about the Domain and it’s trust relationships

The following blog post is just a re-blogurtation of this post https://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/16067.nltest-to-test-the-trust-relationship-between-a-workstation-and-domain.aspx   1.NLTEST can be used to show this trust relationship. PS C:\> nltest /trusted_domains List of domain trusts: 0: GS gs.com (NT 5) (Direct Outbound) (Direct Inbound) ( … Read More

SysKit nailed it right on the head when they called their new SharePoint Monitoring product, Insights!

If you liked SPDocKit, you will absolutely love SysKit Insights! From the creators of SPDocKit, comes one of the best SharePoint monitoring tools yet to hit the market, SysKit Insights.  The name of the product “Insights” is spot-on, accurate, as … Read More

Got Web.config Mods? Site won’t start? App Pool starts and stops?

When your site wont start or is not loading properly there may be modifications to the web.config that have caused this and you might need to determine how to remove them. You’ve already verified that the application pool identity password … Read More

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