Monthly Archive: February 2005


How to programmatically list all SPS 2003 (or WSS v2.0) site groups and users they contain

This sample code demonstrates how to programmatically list all SharePoint Portal Server 2003 or Windows SharePoint Services v2.0 site groups and the users they contain (exception handling omitted). For simplicity the example code below demonstrates how to write this information to a basic text file. In C# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 using System;...


SharePoint Products & Technologies 2003 Resources

On This Page Books Microsoft Web Sites Third-Party Web Sites Recommended SharePoint Downloads GotDotNet Workspaces SharePoint Newsgroups Microsoft Seminars Online MSDN Webcasts TechNet Webcasts SharePoint Bloggers SharePoint Solution Providers SharePoint Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) Books Microsoft SharePoint: Building Office 2003 Solutions Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Unleashed  Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Resource Kit The Rational Guide to Building SharePoint Web Parts Microsoft SharePoint Technologies: Planning, Design, and Implementation Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft SharePoint 2003...


Giving a Mapped Drive .NET FullTrust

Found an interesting post on Chris Sells' blog that talks about how to grant FullTrust to mapped network drives. The following is taken from his great post: When attempting to load a VS.NET project from a Network Drive (like Z:) you may receive the following error The project location is not trused. Running the application may result in security exceptions when it attemps to perform actions which require full trust What's happening is that VS...


Installing SharePoint 2003 and Exchange 2003 on a Domain Controller

I've been asked a number of times about installation order of SharePoint Portal Server 2003 and Exchange 2003 on a domain controller.  “Why on earth would a person want to do that?”, you ask?  Well, both SharePoint and Exchange development introduce some rather tricky development scenarios, and rather than butt heads with your local network admin, folks lean to developing within a “sandboxed” environment, like that provided by a virtual machine running in either VMware or Virtual...


How to rename a computer that is running SharePoint Portal Server 2003

Ran across this informative Microsoft Knowledge Base article that gives step-by-step instructions on how to rename a computer that's already running SharePoint Portal Server 2003.  I can't count how many times I've been asked that question (even recently).  I thought about writing a post that describes the steps, however, this article was right on time 🙂 Article URL:;en-us;830970

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