Newly published content for Office Forms Server 2007


Updated: May 18, 2009

Applies To: Office Forms Server 2007

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Topic Last Modified: 2009-05-21

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Downloadable book: Planning and architecture, deployment, and operations for Office Forms Server 2007   An updated version of this downloadable book is now available. Downloadable books contain content from the TechNet technical library, which is revised regularly. This updated book includes the most recent version of this content as of May 2009.

Move all databases (Office Forms Server 2007)   You can use this procedure to move all of the databases related to Microsoft Office Forms Server 2007 to another server within the farm. This is especially useful if you are updating the database server hardware or software.

Recover your farm after a configuration database problem (Office Forms Server 2007)   You can use this procedure to help you restore your Office Forms Server 2007 environment when the information in the configuration database is not synchronized with the actual configuration of the farm.

Deploy software updates for Office Forms Server 2007   This topic is updated to incorporate the following information: After you apply the Infrastructure Update for Microsoft Office Servers, the globally unique identifier (GUID) and change log of each content database are retained when you restore or reattach the database. Because the GUID and change log are retained, if you are restoring a recent database version, Search continues crawling based on the regular schedule defined by crawl rules.

Create an installation source that includes software updates (Office Forms Server 2007)   This topic provides information and procedures required to create a new installation source, which includes not only the released version of Office Forms Server 2007, but also software updates such as Service Pack 1 , which creates a slipstreamed installation source. When this new installation source is used to set up an additional server in a server farm, the resulting the server already has the same software updates applied as the existing servers in the server farm.