This morning I came across this post in the SharePoint 2010 forums. Although it’s nothing critical, it’s good to know the workaround!
This is a known and personally experienced issue (Tech Preview and Beta Builds as well) with Datasheet View not working in SharePoint if you have Office 2010×64 clients installed on your workstation.
Again this is one of the FAQ on the MSDN Forums and today I saw the solution posted on the thread, so comes this post for my reference and in case you experience this, then you know what is the solution to the issue.
Joel Oleson has authored SharePoint 2010: Best Practices for Upgrading and Migrating book and is offering 45 day online access to this book for anyone and everyone!
That’s very generous of Joel and I would like to thank him for this!
I have just signed up online and now have access to this book.
One of the FAQ on SharePoint 2010 forums is for an alert generated by the Health Analyzer in the Search Server Express 2010 installation instance.
For businesses who are not ready to invest in Microsoft SharePoint 2010 product, Microsoft have an alternate solution for free – Microsoft Search Server Express 2010.
With Windows PowerShell you can now back up your SharePoint Site Collections either one off or using scripts that can be scheduled.
Although you can use the Central Administration to back up your site collection as a once off task, you get additional options using Windows PowerShell, such as using SQL Snapshots for backing up SharePoint 2010 Site Collections.
Early this week (Monday), I had tweeted that SharePoint 2010 Beta and Exchange 2010 Download was available for Microsoft Partners – SDPS. If you are following me on http://twitter.com/alpesh you know about it! This download has now been made available for everyone.
To quote from the download page: