We have a client with SharePoint 3 on SBS 2003. It was installed along side the standard SharePoint 2 as per Microsoft's guidelines. Currently, the SharePoint_Config...ldf log file is 7.8gb. I can't connect to it using the SQL Management Studio Express to run the shrink commands I have found online. Basically, I would rather have the space it's taking up then have SharePoint 3. In fact, we are putting SharePoint 3 on a separate server, so I don't need it at all on this SBS 2003 server.
Can I disable SharePoint and delete the log file? Again, I don't want it on this server anyway, and I need to get the space back that the log file is using.
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I’m often asked about newer and larger USB drives connected to SBS2008 and 2011 failing Windows Server Backup vs the older USB drives not failing. As disk space continues to grow and drive technology change SBS2008 and some SBS2011 end up with the f…
This Micro Tutorial will give you a basic overview how to record your screen with Microsoft Expression Encoder. This program is still free and open for the public to download.
This will be demonstrated using Microsoft Expression Encoder 4.