Furthermore, you cannot upgrade directly from Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003 to Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. Server Requirements Before you do anything, you’ll need to make sure you’re using the right hardware, operating system and software, as well as that you’ve installed the necessary patches from Microsoft. Below is not the definitive checklist but, it’s a good start: SQL Server ( one of the following ): SQL Server 2008 R2 SQL 2008 + Service Pack 1 + Cumulative Update 2 (or greater) SQL Server 2005 + Service Pack 3 – while supported, this is not recommended SharePoint Servers Minimum 8GB RAM 64 bit O/S Required Windows Server 2008 Standard + Service Pack 2 (or greater) SharePoint 2007 Service Pack 2 + October Cumulative Update (or greater) Note: The October Cumulative Update updates the preupgradecheck STSADM command WCF Hotfix - this not part of the prerequisites installer and must be installed separately Upgrade Options & Considerations Once you’ve checked off the server requirements, you will need to choose an upgrade path
Nevertheless, Microsoft was concerned that the notion of “self-service BI” might be off-putting to Microsoft Partners and professionals in the BI and SQL Server space. I’m happy to report that the early jitters about PowerPivot are officially behind us as earlier this month, PowerPivot stole the show at the Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) Conference
I have always been a huge proponent of the Private Cloud, an internally or completely controlled (private) hosted environment for which the organization can make the types of changes to meet their organization’s business and functional requirements
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What I mean is migrating +100 GIG of documents, schematics, and media files from our MOSS production server to our looming SharePoint 2010 launch