You may have run into the following error when you try to install Microsoft Office 2010.
Setup is unable to proceed due to the following error(s):
The installation of Microsoft Office 2010 requires that MSXML version 6.10.1129.0 be installed on your computer. Install this component and re-run setup. Correct the issue(s) listed above and re-run setup.
You will usually encounter this error on older Wind0ws operating systems, such as Windows Server 2000, Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP.
Download MSXML from Microsoft’s Web site here and then re-run the Microsoft Office 2010 setup.
The Microsoft Core XML Services (MSXML) 6.0 release provides standards-conformant implementations of:
In addition, it offers client and server-safe components for XML over HTTP. MSXML6 is also the first version of MSXML to provide a 64-bit redistributable package.
MSXML6 is intended as an upgrade path for existing MSXML3 and MSXML4 users except for users that leverage some of the older ProgIDs and technologies in MSXML3 and MSXML4. The following are not supported in MSXML6:
These technologies are currently in maintenance mode in MSXML3 and MSXML4 but will be phased out according to the life-cycle for those components.
MSXML6 will install side by side with MSXML 3 and MSXML4 and will not impact existing applications that use MSXML3 and MSXML4 (version independent ProgIDs will not point to MSXML6). Developers must move to the new “60” ProgIDS to use MSXML6 in their applications.
Here’s a table that compares various Microsoft Windows Server 2012 editions.
For more information check out Microsoft’s Web site.
While some people may find the Recently Modified items in SharePoint useful, I find it annoying. I don’t want SharePoint to “customize” my navigation for me without my permission. Besides, sometime I intentionally don’t want to display a library on the navigation. But thanks to SharePoint it displays my library and pages in the Quick Launch bar under the Recently Modified section heading without my permission. This feature is enabled regardless of who you are logged in as, Administrator or Joe the end user.
Here’s how I hide Recently Modified items in SharePoint 2010.
1. Start SharePoint Designer 2010.
2. Open your Web site where you want this feature disabled.
3. Go to the Master Pages in the Site Objects section in the left hand pane.
4. Make a copy of the v4.master file and name it something like v4.master.backup.
5. Click on the v4.master page.
6. In the Customization section click Edit file.
7. When prompted to check out the file select Yes.
8. At the bottom of the screen click on the Code view.
9. In the header section at the top of the file, add the following code within the header section, as shown below.
10. Save the file and then Check In.
11. Close SharePoint Designer.
12. Go to your SharePoint site, you shouldn’t see the Recently Modified items listing anymore.
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