Beginning SharePoint 2010 Administration: Windows SharePoint Foundation 2010 and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010

Beginning SharePoint 2010 Administration: Windows SharePoint Foundation 2010 and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010

Göran Husman, Christian Ståhl

Language: English

Pages: 676

ISBN: 2:00025937

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Complete coverage on the latest advances in SharePoint 2010 administration
SharePoint 2010 comprises an abundance of new features, and this book shows you how to take advantage of all SharePoint 2010's many improvements. Written by a four-time SharePoint MVP, Beginning SharePoint 2010 Administration begins with a comparison of SharePoint 2010 compared to the previous version and then examines the differences between WSS 4.0 and MSS 2010.
Packed with step-by-step instructions, tips and tricks, and real-world examples, this book dives into the basics of how to install, manage, and administrate SharePoint 2010 in an effective and secure manner. * Details the differences between SharePoint 2010 and the previous version, as well as the differences between WSS 4.0 and MSS 2010 * Explains how to install, configure, and manage SharePoint 2010, WSS 4.0, and MSS 2010 * Demonstrates how to set up SharePoint for typical scenarios, such as an intranet, document management, project management, and meetings * Offers tips on configuring and using the index and search features, using the new Visio 2010 for creating process maps, and allowing external users to have access to SharePoint * Explains how to conduct real-world backup and restoration procedures * Shares tips for helpful add-on products and information sources
Beginning SharePoint 2010 Administration shares everything you need to know on the extensive new features of the latest version of SharePoint.

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The files in the document library should be presented, based on the document’s column values. For example, you could create a view that shows only documents where the column Customer equals Volvo, sorted by its column Status. ➤ Document IDs: A new feature in SharePoint Server 2010 allows you to set a unique document ID, which works as an absolute reference to the document. For example, assume 4/30/10 3:41:54 PM Built-In Features of SharePoint ❘ 19 that one document links to a second.

Information regarding the meeting will be stored, including the following: CH001.indd 22 ➤ Agenda: A list of all the items you will discuss during the meeting, including who is responsible for each one, how long it will take, and any comments regarding the items. ➤ Participants: SharePoint automatically creates a list of all invited participants and displays it on the Meeting Workspace. This list is automatically updated with the reply status of each participant so that everyone can see who.

Column Name. You can change the sort order by clicking on the column names (for example, Type and Modified) and selecting descending order or a specific sort type. But the next time you open this library, it will use the default view again. To create a new view based on descending modification dates, click Create View on the ribbon and select the Standard view format. This opens the Create View form. Make the following selections: a. b. CH003.indd 105 Title: Last Modified Accept the default.

3 OFFICE INTEGRATION TRY IT OUT Create a Site Column In this example, you create a site column named Security, and make it a Choice type column. Then you add this site column to existing lists. 1. 2. 3. Log on as a site collection administrator, and open the top site; in this example, http://srv1. Click Site Actions ➪ Site Settings to open the Site Settings page. In the Galleries section, click Site columns and make the following changes: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. 4. Click Create at the top.

➤ Users will not have access to an organizational chart, unless it is implemented as a special feature on the intranet, typically by purchasing a third-party product. ➤ Users will not be able to create a personal content page; for example, with RSS feeds from their favorite news sites and weather sites. You get the idea, right? Deciding not to implement My Site is unwise, and it creates extra burden for all users, including the administrators. So please, please make sure to implement it. If.

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