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Removing the green "new" image from new list and document library

  Asked By: Rickie    Date: Mar 07    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 4938

I used to know how to do this, and now I dont remember..
Can anyone help?



12 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Jacklyn Burnett     Answered On: Mar 07

Try "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server
extensions\60\BIN\STSADM.exe" -o setproperty -pn days-to-show-new-icon -pv 0

Answer #2    Answered By: Breann Beach     Answered On: Mar 07

I failed to mention that I am using moss not sps..
I tried that stsadm command in the 12/bin directory.
I got an operation completed succesfully, but it didn't remove the new tags..

Answer #3    Answered By: Timothy Hall     Answered On: Mar 07

You might look at www.codeplex.com/features

There is a new feature that allows you to show/hide individual menu
items on the list/library standard toolbar

Answer #4    Answered By: Ian Powell     Answered On: Mar 07

Sorry. I actually read the *entire* email and you can set the time to 0
days as someone already said using stsadm.exe

Answer #5    Answered By: Osvaldo Winters     Answered On: Mar 07

I think you may need to actually do an IISreset for this change to be
picked up.

Answer #6    Answered By: Kylie Gill     Answered On: Mar 07

I just tried this myself and go this error:

C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server

dm.exe -o setproperty -pn days-to-show-new-icon -pv 1 -url


Specified argument was out of the range of valid values.

Parameter name: Number of weekly notifications. This value must be >= 4
and <=



Answer #7    Answered By: Brianna Olson     Answered On: Mar 07

I tried the command again and got this error message:

The server administration programs and the Windows SharePoint Services Web appli

cations on this Web server are not compatible. Ensure that the administration p

rogram is the same version as the Web application.

What is that about?

I logged in as the superuser for this MOSS implementation.

Answer #8    Answered By: Allyson Burgess     Answered On: Mar 07

Does that stsadm command work in MOSS?
Is there an updated one for MOSS?

Answer #9    Answered By: Anila Bhuva     Answered On: Mar 07

It appears your Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 service pack level and
SharePoint Server 2007 service pack levels are not the same.

Answer #10    Answered By: Elaine Mack     Answered On: Mar 07

That is interesting considering that they were installed at the same time..and
no sp has been installed..at least not to my knowledge..

Answer #11    Answered By: Baiju Hoskeri     Answered On: Mar 07

I saw another problem with the same error recently, let me see if
I can find out what was the root cause.

Answer #12    Answered By: Kristy Hicks     Answered On: Mar 07

The command didn't work for me....running SPS, no MOSS.