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This week I gave a presentation at Winvision and recorded it in Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007. The resulting recording is a webpage with multiple streams: desktop video, presenter video and audio. The problem is that the codec used doesn't work on x64 systems or Windows 7 (Server). Watching the separate streams isn't really an option because there is no audio included in the video streams.
But I got lucky as it seems Microsoft has released a new tool called “Recording Converter for Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007” only last month.

This week I gave a presentation at Winvision and recorded it in Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007. The resulting recording is a webpage with multiple streams: desktop video, presenter video and audio.

The problem is that the codec used does not work on x64 systems or Windows 7 (Server). Watching the separate streams is not really an option because there is no audio included in the video streams.

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I have a clean install on the latest and greatest: Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 and MOSS 2007 SP1 with all updates.
Everything works fine, except the search crawl gave Access Denied errors on http://mysite and sps3://mysite.
This post explains how I fixed the problem.

I have a clean install on the latest and greatest: Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 and MOSS 2007 SP1 with all updates. This is the layout of my farm:

http://<server>:80 - Portal
http://<server>:8000 - Central Admin
http://<server>:8001 - SSP
http://mysite - MySites

Everything works fine, except the search crawl gave Access Denied errors on http://mysite and sps3://mysite.

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While working on a project with some existing code I noticed the developer did write large portions of code to get from an URL to a SPList. He probably didn’t know some of the hidden gems in SharePoint.

While working on a project with some existing code I noticed the developer did write large portions of code to get from an URL to a SPList. He probably didn't know some of the hidden gems in SharePoint.

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Sometimes you have to split your code into different assemblies. For example when I created a custom Admin Page which inherits from WebAdminPageBase (Microsoft.SharePoint.ApplicationPages). The problem with Microsoft.SharePoint.ApplicationPages is that it's not deployed to the GAC.
When compiling you will get the following message: “CS0122: 'foo.bar.x' is inaccessible due to its protection level”

Now you have only one choice: make x public. Or maybe not?

Sometimes you have to split your code into different assemblies. For example, when I created a custom Admin Page which inherits from WebAdminPageBase (Microsoft.SharePoint.ApplicationPages).

The problem with Microsoft.SharePoint.ApplicationPages is that it’s not deployed to the GAC.

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