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Alten Rasen mit Feritgrasen erneuern

Herbert Bogner (27.02.2012 18:49):
Hallo!
Hab etwa 80qm Rasen hinter dem Haus, der aber nicht mehr wirklich ansprechend aussieht. Kann ich neuen Fertigrasen einfach so drauflegen - und fertig??

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EWvX2U0mj (06.01.2014 02:24):
Hi Ben,I found your blog very helpful, eplscialey the articles on > WSS 3.0 and Search Server Express and Replace Search Home page with default WSS Team Site on Search Server Express.I run a Building Controls company and my main aim over the next 12-18months is to get our eservices up to scratch as an organisation (small business). I have recently written a cheque out for the development of a SharePoint web portal – the guy’s we used are nice and have configured the site (60%) but we have not been happy with their branding. We have therefore removed it out of their package and contracted our own web designer.To push the site ahead I am mindful that we need a strong search engine facility, a few clicks and a stumbled across your blog. What’s your consensus with regards to WSS3 and Search Server Express? Does it do the job?Being new to this side of the business even though I come from a technical background (building controls software engineer) I have found it hard to find good guy’s who know their stuff within the .NET arena. Thanks, James

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Hi James,Apologies for being offline for so long movnig house, missing hamsters and expectant mothers have all played their part but that's another story! It's good to see that there are those prosumers out there who have recognised the value of SharePoint within their business. WSS and SSE are excellen t products and stability-wise you have nothing to fear from them in terms of capability. The only draw back is capacity. If you've employed someone who is WSS-savy in the design sense then you can get a great looking site with all the fantastic SharePoint technology behind it and that has to be a winner. I find the cost with SharePoint is either in the consultancy to get exactly what you want, or the bespoke development (or both) at least for the small business. The enterprise features in MOSS are exciting and can make certain cusotmisation a lot simpler but for what you need, I certainly think you have made the correct choice out of the SP family. In your shoes, I would have done the same. Best of luck with it all!Ben

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Hi James,Apologies for being offline for so long miovng house, missing hamsters and expectant mothers have all played their part but that's another story! It's good to see that there are those prosumers out there who have recognised the value of SharePoint within their business. WSS and SSE are excellen t products and stability-wise you have nothing to fear from them in terms of capability. The only draw back is capacity. If you've employed someone who is WSS-savy in the design sense then you can get a great looking site with all the fantastic SharePoint technology behind it and that has to be a winner. I find the cost with SharePoint is either in the consultancy to get exactly what you want, or the bespoke development (or both) at least for the small business. The enterprise features in MOSS are exciting and can make certain cusotmisation a lot simpler but for what you need, I certainly think you have made the correct choice out of the SP family. In your shoes, I would have done the same. Best of luck with it all!Ben

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