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PDF iFilter and 64 bit platforms: Crawling PDFs in SharePoint 2010

Steps to Configure Adobe iFilter based on steps mentioned below (From Technet):   Install PDF iFilter 9.0 (64 bit) from http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/detail.jsp?ftpID=4025 Download PDF icon picture from Adobe web site http://www.adobe.com/misc/linking.html and copy to C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\TEMPLATE\IMAGES\ Add the following entry

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Posted in crawling pdfs, PDF, PDF iFilter

New SharePoint 2010 Limitations on Storage

Holy cow…4TB on content DBs.  Below is quoted from TechNet: Content databases of up to 4 TB are supported when the following requirements are met: Disk sub-system performance of 0.25 IOPs per GB. 2 IIOPs per GB is recommended for

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Document Routing and Microsoft SharePoint

See a ton of companies struggling with the question:  How do i get my copiers to scan to SharePoint? I go back and forth on the idea of panel applications that enable intelligent routing at the copier.  It always comes

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Posted in barcodes, capture, distributed scanning, routing, sharepoint, sharepoint 2010

To Folder or Not to Folder(In SharePoint). That is the question.

Should I use folders in SharePoint? I am always in search of opinions on the use of folders within SharePoint. Arguments For Folders in SharePoint: End users are comfortable with them.  The transition to any new technology is always easier,

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Posted in folders, scanning, Search, sharepoint, sharepoint 2010, viewing

SharePoint 2010 and Search

SharePoint 2010 Search

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Questions to ask before you start your SharePoint scanning, imaging or capture project

So you want to use Microsoft SharePoint as storage for scanned images? Take a quick breath and don’t charge in too fast, as there are many facets of this type of project that need to be considered.

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Posted in capture, document management, imaging, routing, scanning, sharepoint, sharepoint 2010, viewing

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