When an attempt is made to link to a SharePoint Web Analytics page from a Site Collection or Site Activity analysis, an error occurs.
·You are running SharePoint Foundation, for which the Web analytics is not available.
·You are running SharePoint Server and the Web Analytics Service has not been configured for the farm, is not online, and/or has not been associated with the Web application(s).
Make sure the Web Analytics Service:
·is properly configured for the farm,
·is online, and
·is associated with relevant Web application(s).
TIP: You can run a SharePoint Summary Report to view the status of Service applications and their associations with Web applications.
When ControlPoint action involving multiple SharePoint users is run, a message similar to the following displays in the Task Audit:
The number of users ([num_users]) has exceeded the allowable threshold of [max_users].
The number of users to be included in the action exceeds the maximum number allowed.
Re-run the operation on a smaller set of users.
The ControlPoint Application Administrator can also change the maximum number of users that can be included in a ControlPoint action.
After drilling-down several times from the results of a ControlPoint analysis, the following text appears in the Results section of the original analysis:
ASP.NET session has expired
If you had checked the parameter Open drill-downs in new window, when you drill-down in analysis results ControlPoint limits the number of these windows that can be opened at one time.
Keep the number of open windows to within the allowable limit. (Ten is the ControlPoint default, but ControlPoint Application Administrators can change this value.
This report has more rows than the current row limit of xxxxx. You can raise the limit. You can also narrow the scope or parameters of the analysis
If you receive this message, try modifying the parameters to further narrow the scope of your search/analysis.
ControlPoint Application Administrators can increase the maximum number of rows returned by an analysis,