Live Mesh is now open to everyone in the US


Great News!

Live Mesh is now open to everyone in the US according to LiveSide

http://www.liveside.net/blogs/main/archive/2008/07/16/live-mesh-is-indeed-now-open.aspx

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Sharepoint – Managing Access Requests email


The SharePoint administrator for our client recently changed teams. She was still receiving all the access request emails and wanted us to move it to another user. This took quite a bit of snooping around, since the option is not available front and center in the Site Settings page. We looked at all the security groups and checked to see if there were any access request emails set up on the groups. All those groups looked fine, but she was still getting those emails. Then we looked at the site permissions and sure enough there was an option under Settings called Access Requests with her email in it.

 

SharePoint Single Signon Error 0x8063064a


Our environment had 2 front end servers with MOSS 2007. The single sign-on service was leveraged within the web parts and everything worked fine on one server. However the following message was found in the event log on the second front-end server.

Event Type:    Error

Event Source:    Office SharePoint Server

Event Category:    SSO

Event ID:    6494

Date:        7/1/2008

Time:        2:43:21 PM

User:        N/A

Description:

The Microsoft Single Sign-on (SSOSrv) service failed to store credentials for user <DOMAIN\UserName>, enterprise application definition postini. The error returned was 0x8063064a. For more information, see the Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Software Development Kit (SDK).

Resolution:

The Microsoft Single Sign-On Service was running as “LocalSystem” on the second server. Once we changed that to run as the MOSS 2007 application pool account, everything started working back as usual.

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