Showing posts from January, 2010

SharePoint 2010 Certifications

IT Professional trackBefore taking the 70-668, 70-667 has to be passed.70-667+ 70-668 = SharePoint 2010 MCITP (Microsoft Certified IT Professional).70-667 TS: Microsoft SharePoint 2010, ConfiguringMicrosoft Official Curriculum: Will cover configuration of SharePoint 2010 including deployment, upgrade, management, and operation on a server farm. 70-668 PRO: SharePoint 2010, AdministratorMicrosoft Official Curriculum: Will cover advanced SharePoint 2010 topics including capacity planning, topology designing, and performance tuning.Developer trackBefore taking the 70-576, you need to pass the 70-573. 70-573 + 70-576 = SharePoint 2010 MCPD (Microsoft Certified Professional Developer).70-573 TS: Microsoft SharePoint 2010, Application DevelopmentMicrosoft Official Curriculum: Five-day instructor-led course designed for developers with six months or more of .NET development experience. Course covers what you need to knowto be an effective member of a SharePoint development team using Visual …

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Windows Vista themes are not applying properly...

I had a problem in getting my default Windows Vista themes back, due to some reason. When I look at my personalization option under control panel. I am getting this for Themes options.
After several analysis, I found that Themes are managed as separate service in Vista. When I checked the same in the service I found that Themes service is Disables/Stopped. Once I started the themes service in my laptop, I got all my default Vista style themes back working fine.

Hope this helps some...