Reporting Services Feature Pack

In order to use SQL Server Reporting Services in a multi-tenant situation, follow the standard setup for SSRS. That is, install SSRS on a SharePoint server, start the Service Instance, create a Service Application and Proxy, and assign the Proxy to the Web Application hosting your multi-tenant sites. For the Feature Pack, there are only two Features that are required to enable Reporting Services support. In this example, these Features are added
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Renewed as a SharePoint MVP

So I’m one day late, but yesterday I was renewed as a SharePoint MVP for the 3rd year. I’m extremely honored and grateful to be awarded! Lots of big plans for open source solutions this year, and more product reviews. You can find more about the MVP Program at the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional site as well as at the MVP Award Blog. Like this:Like Loading...
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The Dangers of AllowHttp for SharePoint

SharePoint 2013 and Office Web Apps communicate authorization via a JSON Web Token. This JWT contains important information about the caller, such as the username, SID, time-related information, as well as where the request is originating from. JSON is insecure by default and the JWT is easily unpacked to reveal the contents of the JWT. So, how does this apply to SharePoint? If you’ve followed what I do for any period of time, you’ll
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SharePoint 2010 September 2014 Cumulative Updates

The September 2014 Cumulative Update for SharePoint 2010 has been released. SharePoint Foundation:  SharePoint Server 2010: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2883103 Project Server 2010: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2883006 Office 2010 September 2014 Cumulative Updates: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2995904 Like this:Like Loading...
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