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


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Lingua: Inglese


Pubblicazione: 06/2010

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Effectively install, configure, and use SharePoint 2010 with this guide

When you follow the right steps to establish your SharePoint implementation, you're helping your company work faster and more efficiently. This book provides you with the tools you need in order to achieve a successful implementation and take advantage of the latest features in SharePoint 2010. It walks you through everything you need to know to install, maintain, and configure your site. You'll discover how to apply the features based on well–known scenarios and familiar situations that you'll likely encounter in the field, and you'll find best practices, advice, and tricks that simplify things for you and your users so you can all get the most from SharePoint 2010.

Beginning SharePoint 2010 Administration:

  • Takes you through all the new features and functionality of SharePoint 2010
  • Provides tips on configuring and using the index and search features
  • Explores the steps needed for installing, configuring, and securing public web sites
  • Offers tips for customizing SharePoint sites and managing the navigation tree
  • Demonstrates ways to create page layout files, web part zones, and workflows using SharePoint Designer
  • Shows how to back up and restore your data to protect SharePoint

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What Is SharePoint? 2

The History of SharePoint 5

Differences between SharePoint Foundation and SharePoint Server 7

SharePoint Foundation 7

SharePoint Server 2010 8

What You Need to Run SharePoint 2010 9

Software Requirements 9

Hardware Requirements 11

Building a Test Environment 11

Integrating with Microsoft Office 12

Built–In Features of SharePoint 17

Alerts 17

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) 17

File and Document Management 18

Project Management 20

Managing Meetings 21

Keeping Your Organization Updated 23

Benefits of a SharePoint Intranet 23

Understanding a Typical Intranet 25

Finding Your Information Faster in SharePoint Server 27

What File Types Can You Search? 28

What Types of Search Can You Perform? 29

Accessing SharePoint over the Internet 30

How You Do It 30

Allowing External Partners Access 31

Creating Local User Accounts for External Users 32


Defining SharePoint Websites 39

Comparing SharePoint Foundation and SharePoint Server Sites 40

What Is a SharePoint Site? 40

Lists and Libraries 42

Managing Site Templates 47

Creating Customized Site Templates 50

Site Definitions 53

Granting Site Permissions 56

SharePoint Groups 56

Permissions for Lists and Items 57

Managing Meeting Workspaces 60

Creating a Meeting Workspace 60

Managing Repetitive Meetings 64

Meeting Workspace Security 65

Working with Blog Sites 65

Creating a Blog Site 66

Managing a Blog Site 68

Managing Blog Permissions 73


Comparing Office Editions 80

Office 2010 Integration 81

Office 2007 Integration 85

Office 2003 Integration 86

Older Office and Non–Microsoft Desktop Applications 87

Managing Document Libraries 88

Different Types of Libraries 89

Version History for List Items 89

Using Document Metadata and Tagging 91

Managing List Views 104

Working with Datasheet Views 108

Site Columns and Content Types 111

Setting Document Policies and Auditing 116

Managing Document IDs and Document Sets 120

Managing In–Place Records 124

Document Management with Office 2010 127

Metadata and Tagging in Office 2010 127

Adding Paths to SharePoint Libraries 129


What Is Content Management? 136

Why Content Management? 137

Important CM Features 138

Web Content Management 139

Enterprise Content Management 140

Social Computing and Web 2.0 141

Managing Content Offline 146

Enhancements in Web Content Management 154

Comparing MOSS and SharePoint Server 2010 154

Differences Between SharePoint Foundation and SharePoint Server 156

Building Blocks for a Portal 156

Support for Multilingual Sites 167


Getting to Know My Site 174

Understanding the Purpose of Personal Sites 174

Introducing New and Enhanced Features of My Site 175

Working with My Site 176

Creating My Site 176

Understanding the Basic Features of My Site 183

Extending and Personalizing My Site 187

Creating Rollups for Documents and Sites 191

Managing Access Control to My Sites 193

Discovering the Hub for Interacting with People 195

Managing Personal Profiles 195

Understanding Social Tagging 198

Viewing Status Updates and Activities 199

Working with Bookmarks 199

Using the Note Board 200


Setting Up for Administration 203

Controlling What Users Can Do in SharePoint 204

The Different Types of Administrators 204

Setting Permission Levels 208

Assigning Permissions to Users and Groups 210

Working with SharePoint Groups 211

Viewing Existing Permissions 213

Managing Templates, Lists, and Libraries 215

Creating a List Template 215

Copying List and Library Templates 217

Using a Site Template 218

Copying Lists and Libraries 219

Searching and Indexing with SharePoint Server 221

Understanding Search and Indexing 222

Indexing New Content Sources 227

Indexing PDF and Other File Formats 228

Managing Search Scopes 231

Customizing Search Features 235

FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint 242

Managing Audience Targeting 246

Protecting SharePoint from Viruses 250

Finding Antivirus Products 250

Configuring the SharePoint Antivirus Feature 250

Using Command–Based Management Tools 251

Performing Typical Administrative Tasks with STSADM 251

Using PowerShell with SharePoint 2010 255

Typical Administrative Tasks with PowerShell 257


Intranet Portals 264

Analyzing the Needs 264

Building an Intranet Based on SharePoint Foundation 266

Building an Intranet Based on SharePoint Server 272

Internet Portals 279

The Challenge of Public Websites 280

Managing Web Content 280

Installing a Public Website 284

Extranet Portals 292

Configuring an Extranet 293

Managing the Security of Public Websites 294

Avoiding Threats When Accessing Sites Over the Internet 294

Using Microsoft TMG Firewall 295

Configuring Web Zones for Public Sites 296

Protecting the Extranet with SSL 297


Making Different Types of Customizations 302

Customizing a Site s Look and Feel Using the Web Browser 302

Customizing with Web Parts 303

Customizing Using SharePoint Designer 2010 305

Customizing Basic Features 305

Customizing the Logo, Name, and Description 305

Managing Global Navigation 307

Managing Quick Launch 310

Customizing with Themes 311

Using Web Parts 314

SharePoint Web Parts 315

Web Parts with Visual Studio 2010 319

Finding Third–Party Web Parts 324

Client–Side Scripts in SharePoint 325

Using ECMAScript Client Object Model 325

Using JavaScript in SharePoint 327

Using jQuery in SharePoint 328


Introduction to SharePoint Designer 2010 334

SharePoint Designer 2007 Comparison 335

The History of SharePoint Designer 335

What You Can Do with SharePoint Designer 335

SharePoint Lists 338

The XSLT List View Web Part 341

The Data View Web Part 343

External Lists 347

Managing Master Pages 351

Managing Page Layout Files 354

Managing CSS 355

Using Workflows 360


Protecting SharePoint Content 365

What Needs to be Protected? 366

Backup Options 368

Backup Procedures 373

Backing Up a Single Site 373

Backing Up a Site Collection 375

Backing Up a Complete Farm 376

Restore Procedures 378

Restoring Single Items and Lists 378

Restoring a Single Site 380

Restoring a Site Collection 381

Unattached Content Database Data Recovery 383

Restoring a Complete Farm 384

Restoring a Specific Server Role 386

Recovering a SQL Server 387

Making a Backup Plan 388

Commercial Backup Tools 390

AvePoint Tools 390

Microsoft Data Protection Manager 2010 390







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 SharePoint Foundation (SPF) and SharePoint Server (SPS).

This book is written for several audiences. One audience is consultants and IT professionals who need to understand how to plan, implement, and configure SharePoint. Another audience is administrators and the support team that must know how to manage SharePoint, both the more advanced administration of service applications and site collections, as well as managing sites and workspaces. A third audience is the reader who wants to understand how SharePoint works and what to expect from it; this is typically IT managers and project leaders.

This book assumes no previous knowledge of SharePoint, but if you do have experience with SharePoint you will learn how SharePoint 2010 differs from previous releases. If you intend to read and try all the exercises in this book, you will need some basic understanding of network applications such as Windows Servers, Microsoft SQL Server, Active Directory, DNS and IIS, as well as experience with Microsoft Office. If you don't intend to install SharePoint yourself, then it is not necessary to have that network understanding.

What This Book Covers

This book consists of 10 chapters and 4 appendixes. If you want to learn how to install and configure SharePoint Foundation, you should start reading Appendixes A and B. If you will install SharePoint Server 2010, you should still quickly read Appendixes A and B, since they cover the basic functionality also valid for SharePoint Server; then you should continue reading carefully Appendixes C and D. All these appendixes are very technical and detailed, but you need to understand all this in order to install a SharePoint 2010 environment that follows Microsoft's Best Practice to match the requirements of your organization.

If you don't plan to install SharePoint yourself, then you can start reading Chapter 1 and all the other chapters. If some of them are less interesting to you, you should still read them quickly to get an understanding of what they cover. Later you might need that information, and then it will be valuable to know where to find it.

The main part of this book is divided into 10 chapters. Some of these chapters focus more on SharePoint Foundation (SPF), some on SharePoint Server (SPS):
* Chapter 1, "Introduction to Microsoft SharePoint 2010": This chapter gives you an overview of SharePoint and most of its important features. If you want to understand what SharePoint 2010 can do for you, then read this chapter.
* Chapter 2, "Building SPF Sites": This chapter focuses on the fundamental features of SharePoint 2010; if you plan to build an SPF-based solution, read this. If you plan to build an SPS solution, this chapter covers the basic functionality you also need to know.
* Chapter 3, "Office Integration": This chapter describes how SharePoint 2010 integrates with MS Office. If you are interested in document management features in SharePoint, then you should read this chapter.
* Chapter 4, "Content Management in SharePoint 2010": This chapter focus on managing content, especially web content management using wiki pages, but also social computing features, integration with offline solutions like MS Outlook and SharePoint Workspace, and managing multilanguage sites.
* Chapter 5, "Managing My Sites": This chapter focus on features only available in SPS, not SPF. It describes how to manage and and take advantage of the user's personal My Site, both for personal use and for collaboration and information sharing.
* Chapter 6, "SharePoint Administration": This chapter is a deep dive into many important features in SharePoint, such as permissions, templates, search and indexing, and how to manage SharePoint 2010 with PowerShell and STSADM. Readers only interested in SPF should read the parts that covers SPF features, while the SPS administrator and IT pro should read the complete chapter.
* Chapter 7, "Building Intranets and Internet Portals": This chapter focuses on features related to intranets and public-facing Internet sites. It explains what features will be of interest and how to use them. You will get a number of tips in this chapter, such as how to display Twitter content on a SharePoint site.
* Chapter 8, "Customizing SharePoint 2010": This chapter explains how to customize both SPF and SPS sites. You will learn how to use SharePoint Designer 2010 as well as how to customize web parts, including Silverlight-based media web parts.
* Chapter 9, "Using SharePoint Designer 2010": This chapter focus on what you can do with the free tool SharePoint Designer 2010. If you need to know how to configure and design web pages in SharePoint, this chapter is for you.
* Chapter 10, "Backup and Restore": This chapter describes how to backup and then restore documents, lists, sites, site collections, and complete SharePoint farms, using SharePoint Central Administration, PowerShell, and STSADM. If you are a SharePoint administrator, you should read this chapter.
* Appendix A, "Installing SharePoint Foundation 2010": This appendix describes how to plan and implement SharePoint Foundation 2010. It also covers how to upgrade from WSS 3.0.
* Appendix B, "Configuring SharePoint Foundation 2010": This appendix describes how to configure and manage a newly installed SPF environment. It covers many important and general concepts in SharePoint that are also valid for SPS, so both SPF and SPS administrators and IT professionals should read this appendix.
* Appendix C, "Installing SharePoint Server 2010": This appendix describes how to plan and implement SharePoint Server 2010, including how to upgrade and migrate from MOSS 2007.
* Appendix D, "Configuring SharePoint Server 2010": This appendix describes how to configure and manage a newly created SPS 2010 environment. Before you read this appendix you should read Appendix B.


Göran Husman is a senior consultant at Human Data, where he focuses on information management and e–mail systems. He is a SharePoint MVP and teaches organizations how to best use the platform.

Christian Ståhl is a senior SharePoint consultant at Human Data and a certified Microsoft SharePoint Trainer who specializes in building public facing Internet sites.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Wrox - Programmer to Programmer
Dimensioni: 233 x 34.48 x 192 mm Ø 1137 gr
Formato: Brossura
Pagine Arabe: 672

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