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SharePoint dos and don'ts

Posted on 2010-09-03
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Can you tell me advance do’s and don’ts of share point

e.g.         1. Try not to have special characters in the file name (!@#$%^&*())
               2. Set enable search ONLY if needed on the library ; don’t set if it’s confidential
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don't use SQL Express with sharepoint in a production environment
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don't install using basic/standalone.
don't use a bunch of content editor web parts
don't let your content db's get over 200 GB
DO backup your farm.  Do backup your farm.  Do backup your farm.
DO set up some type of backup on your t-log files in sql
Do plan your deployment before hand
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