Walk Through: Install SLK 1.5 on SharePoint 2010

15 thoughts on “Walk Through: Install SLK 1.5 on SharePoint 2010”

  1. Hey Alex,
    I managed to install the new version on SP2010 and everything was ok. However, when I try to assign any file to toher people but me, theres an error.
    Any hints?

  2. After instaliing in 2010, when i click on the “E Learning Actions” am getting below error

    This site is not configured to use SharePoint Learning Kit. Administrators can use SharePoint Central Administration to configure SharePoint Learning Kit.

    Please advise,

  3. Hi Alex, Thanks for the helpful posts. I have just started to play with the SLK on sharepoint 2010. Installed and everything is working great. How can I make these custom (.zip)files with my own questions to ask students? apparently SLK only works with .zip files?

  4. Hi, i just trying the 1.5.2 version of the SLK (i was using the 1.4 for MOSS2007) know i want to know if i could migrate my application from MOSS2007 to 2010, so y started to try the 1.5.2 version of the SLK i deploy and config just like show in this blog and i found something strange, i just install one web part! so my question is where are the another webparts that are in the 1.4 version? (myu planner, my classes …)
    Also any idea of what kind of authentication used the 1.5.2 version? (cause i also using the RDS for some applications in the client (word, paint, calculator…).

  5. Hi Alex, Can I install a Spanish language pack for SLK?, Is it a solution that I have to add and deploy?, is it a XML file?

    Thanks in Advance

  6. I downloaded a SLK-Language pack from this page : http://slk.codeplex.com/releases/view/9206, I found the XML for Spanish and then in SharePoint Learning Kit Configuration(Central Admin) browsed for my XML file(I indicate the WebApplication that I wanted) but nothing happens, is this the way to do it?,if not How can I do this?

  7. You need to upload the xml when you are configuring SharePoint LEarning kit for the site collection you want it. It isn’t done through the deployment procss

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