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Reset companyweb to default

Posted on 2014-01-14
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New SBS2011 setup. Haven't worked with SBS in quite some time. While in site actions, edit page I inadvertently wiped out the default web page. All I have is the column on the left side.

How can I restore companyweb to its default status?
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Thank you. Had found that one but having never used Sharepoint Step 5 has tripped me up. Where is the proper place to save the file and how do I make sure I'm pulling it correctly to run it?
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Save it anywhere on the machine, and include the full path to the file to be sure.
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Sorry for the delay. Worked perfectly once I got the path correct. Thanks again.
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