SharePoint Server 2010 Administration 24 Hour Trainer
Bill Crider, Clint Richardson
Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub
Get quickly up to speed on SharePoint Server 2010!
Covering all aspects of the SharePoint technology, this unique book-and-DVD combination provides expert guidance within each lesson in the book, which is then supplemented on the instructional DVD. The authors expose you to a variety of SharePoint Server 2010 topics, from organization concerns to training plans to programmer best practices, all aimed at helping you effortlessly find your way around SharePoint without a deep knowledge of the technology. You?ll quickly learn to configure and administer a site or site collection using this book-and-DVD package.
- Features informative SharePoint Server 2010 lessons in a book, each of which is reviewed on the accompanying DVD
- Puts you on your way to managing lists, sites, and page galleries and setting up Portal site connections and Site analytics
- Demonstrates how to provide offline availability, work with features and content types, and use galleries
SharePoint Server 2010 Administration 24-Hour Trainer contains a helpful DVD that reinforces the content of the book and also adds additional explanation and tips as well as showing exactly how the lesson goals can be achieved.
Note: As part of the print version of this title, video lessons are included on DVD. For e-book versions, video lessons can be accessed at wrox.com using a link provided in the interior of the e-book.
Application Error Log Content Type Syndication Hub feature activated for the site collection Document ID Settings Document ID Service feature activated for the site collection Record Declaration Settings In Place Records Management feature activated for the site collection Variations Variation Labels Variation Logs Translatable Columns Suggested Content Browser Locations SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure feature activated for the site collection 1/9/2012 12:17:32 PM Crider.
Select Lesson 11 on the DVD or visit www.wrox.com/go/sp2010-24 to view the video that accompanies this lesson. c11.indd 87 1/9/2012 12:22:04 PM Crider c11.indd V2 - 10/06/2011 Page 88 c11.indd 88 1/9/2012 12:22:05 PM Crider c12.indd V2 - 10/06/2011 Page 89 SECTION IV Setting Up Content Management Options LESSON 12: Setting Up Content Types LESSON 13: Publishing Content Types to Use Across Site Collections LESSON 14: Setting Up the Content Organizer LESSON 15: Using Document Sets LESSON.
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Nd documents as part of a discovery, you are actually applying the results to a created hold list, as opposed to marking the document directly. A document can be part of several holds at once. It is not editable until it is removed from every hold list where its name appears. By naming multiple holds you give yourself a lot of flexibility in performing discovery and putting holds on your content. The interface for the Hold and eDiscovery feature does not require you to interface with these hold.
Configured and managed. For example Access Services, new to SharePoint with this release will allow your users to actually convert Access 2010 databases to run within the browser hosted by SharePoint. Our intention in writing this book was to help you with what is, being honest, a complicated bit of Software to manage and one of the main requirements required with SharePoint is patience when things don’t work out as expected! This book is there to guide you, to provide help when you need it. Each.