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New Workspace cannot be found

  Asked By: Geena    Date: Feb 18    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 917

I have SPS running and currently have 5 workspaces. I have not
changed any settings since the last time I created a workspace.
Today, I attempted to create an additional workspace. I walked
through the wizard and let the server build the space. When the
space was done I recieved the standard "your workspace has been
created . . . " When I clicked "ok" to go to my new workspace I
recieved 2 errors 1 from the web folder that stated: "This folder
cannot be found on the server. This folder may have been deleted or
moved". Then a 2nd error through the web browser:
"An error occurred while accessing the dashboard. This error may be
caused by the proxy server settings for the dashboard. Contact your
server administrator. If you are a server administrator, configure
the proxy server settings by using the proxycfg utility. Consult the
product documentation and the Readme file for more information about
configuring the proxy server settings. Important: You must configure
the proxy server settings for the dashboard even if you are not
using a proxy server.

-2147221499 "

I have not changed anything on the server in
months. I do not understand what is going on .

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4 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Jason Anderson     Answered On: Feb 18

Have you tried to reboot the server? I was getting similar error  while
trying to update web  parts on a workspace  and once I rebooted everything was
ok. Also, have set any proxycfg settings? You must do this whether or not
you have a proxy  server. Take a look at the Administration guide for
SharePoint and it shows you how to do it.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Uttam Vanjare     Answered On: Feb 18

Thanks. I deleted  the corrupt workspace. Rebooted and built it
again. Worked without a hitch - kind of weird though.

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Jack Carroll     Answered On: Feb 18

I dont know any off the top of my head other than Advance Server allows more
processors and more memory. At the same time  there are some emails/white papers
that say that Win2k will not use over 4Gig anyway? Other gains that you can get
with Adv Server such as clustering and load balancing can not be used by SPS v1.
I have run SPS on both Server versions without problems and no noticable
differences. I would say the only reason to go up to Adv is to include more
processors Max of 4 in Server, Max of 8 in Adv.

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Chandrabhan Agarkar     Answered On: Feb 18

I agree with the CPU part, but one of the main differences for SPPS that
can help with Adv Server over Server is that if you load Adv. Server and
have 4GB ram, you can use the /3GB switch to make it so that the
kernel/system uses 1GB and the app mode, or Exchange-related process and
Sharepoint can use 3GB of space.

Without it, then the kernel/system is allocated 2GB and the app space  is
allocated 2GB. On a system dedicated to sharepoint, the kernel space
can be 1GB without too much (if any) disruption and let SPPS get the
other 3GB.

You won't be able to use > 4GB ram because Sharepoint and Exchange do
not take advantage of PAE.

 
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