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Topic # 22370 26-May-2008 11:42
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I'm working on a Sharepoint community site for an initiative at work and am struggling with the lack of web content management.  What I think I need is to deploy some form of wiki site or website template but I'm having trouble finding someting I can use - especially as I'm stuck using 2.0 (Sharepoint's a low priority for my organisation).

I don't have access to the server so am limited there on options, but I can upload templates through the site admin screens.  I also have zero budget so am looking for open source or free resources.

Has anyone found useful tools out there?




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Reply # 133284 26-May-2008 13:01
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If you're using SharePoint Services 2.0 on Windows Server 2003 already, why not just insist on the upgrade to 3.0?  SharePoint Services 3.0 has wiki templates (and several others) by default.









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  Reply # 133288 26-May-2008 13:56
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ictgeeknz: If you're using SharePoint Services 2.0 on Windows Server 2003 already, why not just insist on the upgrade to 3.0?  SharePoint Services 3.0 has wiki templates (and several others) by default.
I work for an international organisation which has about 10k staff in NZ alone - any move like that is glacial at best.  I have sent off an enquiry on this but I don't think this technology is a high priority for the organisation.  Frown




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