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SharePoint 2010 : Setting Lockdown Mode for publishing sites, Configuring Site Collection audit settings, Accessing security policy reports
Often in a SharePoint site, it is important to know who is doing what and when. For instance, in a publishing site, sometimes users do things they don't mean to do and it is important to audit these events.
SharePoint 2010 : Checking effective permission user interface
Once SharePoint 2010 is rolled out into an environment, it takes on a life of its own. Team sites, project sites, and other collaboration sites are created to fit the pressing business needs.
SharePoint 2010 : Adding a user via PowerShell, Delegating PowerShell permissions
When SharePoint is initially set up, many users may need to be added to SharePoint groups for a new site. The quickest and most efficient way to accomplish this is through PowerShell and scripting.
SharePoint Server 2010 Business Intelligence Platform (part 6) - Reporting Services
Reporting Services are generally used in conjunction with SQL Server and Analysis Services to generate all manner of reports. A standard installation of Reporting Services will provide a web-based portal where users can browse through a collection of published reports.
SharePoint Server 2010 Business Intelligence Platform (part 5) - PowerPivot
A project may start off with a range of commonly used line-of-business reports, but over time, more and more requests for additional reports or changes to existing reports can overwhelm available development resources.
SharePoint Server 2010 Business Intelligence Platform (part 4) - PerformancePoint Services - Time Intelligence, Decomposition Tree
Practically every dataset has some aspect of time involved, and more often than not, data is analyzed over specific time periods. To show how this works in PerformancePoint, we’ll add a filter to our report that will allow us to select a specific time period and will automatically update our reports accordingly.
SharePoint Server 2010 Business Intelligence Platform (part 3) - PerformancePoint Services - Create a Dashboard
With a connection set up and ready to go, we can move on and take a look at creating our first dashboard using PerformancePoint. Before jumping into this, however, you’ll find it worthwhile to develop an understanding of how everything hangs together behind the scenes.
SharePoint Server 2010 Business Intelligence Platform (part 2) - PerformancePoint Services - Using PerformancePoint Within a Site, Dashboard Designer, PerformancePoint Data Connections
In much the same way as Office Data Connections (ODCs) are created and managed via the Excel client application and Universal Data Connection (UDCX) connections are managed via InfoPath, PerformancePoint connections are created and managed using the Dashboard Designer application.
SharePoint Server 2010 Business Intelligence Platform (part 1) - Business Intelligence Web Parts
SharePoint provides a few basic BI web parts out of the box. As a platform that’s often used for creating intranet sites and other organizational portals, the web parts allow users to include important performance metrics within portal pages easily.
SharePoint 2010 : Writing Workflows with Visual Studio
In either of these scenarios, you have the ability to use Visual Studio. Visual studio has the ability to import a .wsp package, which was in turn exported from SharePoint Designer, and could contain workflow definitions. Or you can use Visual Studio to craft up a brand new workflow from scratch!
SharePoint 2010 : Writing Workflows with SharePoint Designer
A list workflow is associated with an individual list. This is very similar to how it used to be authoring workflows in SharePoint Designer 2007 with the concept of association when an initiation was merged. Compared to SharePoint Designer 2007, SharePoint Designer 2010 offers significant improvements such as a completely redesigned workflow editor, the ability to export workflows as .wsp's, and so forth.
SharePoint 2010 : Customizing Out of the Box Workflows
You have the ability of customizing out of the box workflows using SharePoint Designer. Open your site collection in SharePoint Designer and look at all the workflows available within this site. You should see the "Approval - SharePoint 2010" workflow available and you can double-click it and start editing it right through SharePoint Designer.
SharePoint 2010 : Out of the Box Workflows
SharePoint 2010 comes with several workflow templates out of the box. These are generally installed as features, and are available for you to associate with lists or at the site level. In SharePoint 2007, you could only associate workflows with lists.
SharePoint 2010 : Office 2010 Client Applications (part 4)
The vision for these four applications is just like how you can currently access your Exchange-based e-mail across three different devices: Outlook on the PC, Outlook Web Access in the browser, and Outlook mobile (or some other e-mail client) on your phone.
SharePoint 2010 : Office 2010 Client Applications (part 3) - Backstage
Users familiar with Office 2007 have by now grown accustomed to the “ribbon” fluent user interface that was introduced in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and parts of Outlook (those that used Word as the editor and viewer).
SharePoint 2010 : Office 2010 Client Applications (part 2) - Documents and Data Caching
SharePoint Workspace is the tool to use for those SharePoint sites that you frequently use and those where you want to make sure that you always have the latest copy of the site content synchronized and available—even when you are not connected to the corporate network.
SharePoint 2010 : Office 2010 Client Applications (part 1)
SharePoint Workspace (SPW) is the evolution of the product that was formerly known as Groove and supports working with SharePoint data offline. SPW has a number of key benefits for working with SharePoint data
Sharepoint 2010 : Content Management - In place Records Management
Records Management no longer exists only in the Records Center in SharePoint 2010; it is present throughout SharePoint libraries and lists. A document can be declared a record no matter which library it is found in.
Sharepoint 2010 : Content Management - Importing a Term Set
Term Sets can not only be created but can also be imported. As we have discussed, Term Sets define the language of your business. Enterprise organizations typically have so much information (defined metadata) that creating a Term Set manually is not a preferable option.
Sharepoint 2010 : Content Management - Creating a Term Set
A Term Set is a collection of pertinent words that define the language your business uses. Term Sets are the language of your business. Every business has its own terminology and this becomes the metadata that enables communication between information workers in the company.
Sharepoint 2010 : Content Management - Managing External Content Types
An External Content Type is SharePoint's way to access the back end data in another data source. This could be the ERP, CRM, or custom manufacturing system. The data is defined in a database and now the organization wants to consume that data through SharePoint.
Sharepoint 2010 : Content Management - Adding a Content Type hub
A Content Type hub is a feature that publishes content types to other site collections. In SharePoint 2010, the content type can be defined once and managed from a central location. No longer is the content type creation in a site collection a silo of work that must be repeated in all the other site collections (and web applications) where it must be available.
SharePoint 2010 : Content Management - Configuring content deployment
Publishing information is a critical mission in many organizations — large or small. Companies of all sizes can effectively leverage the output of information to communicate a positive message to their investors, customers, vendors, and employees.
SharePoint 2010 : Content Management - Routing documents to another site
Using Content Organizer, it is possible to route documents to different sites. There are many uses for this type of functionality. For instance, proposals can be uploaded to a common site but routed to an appropriate site based on its metadata properties.
SharePoint 2010 : Content Management - Configuring advanced routing
SharePoint 2010 contains the capability to route documents to folders and libraries. SharePoint can even route documents between site collections, as long as the Content Organizer is configured in source and destination. The Content Organizer is the function that manages these documents.
Sharepoint 2010 : Backup and Restore (part 5) - Restoring from a backup in Central Administration
As the restore is running, the process status can be viewed from the Backup and Restore Job Status page. Timer service jobs run the restore. In the event of errors, the failure message column will enumerate the nature of the issue. If more details are needed, the sprestore.log file in the backup directory will further clarify the failure.
Sharepoint 2010 : Backup and Restore (part 4) - Backing up a farm in Central Administration
Outside of keeping the farm running properly through monitoring, the other major priority for a Farm Administrator should be ensuring that there is a proper backup of the organization's farm. A SharePoint 2010 farm can consist of many components, some of which have dependencies on others.
Sharepoint 2010 : Backup and Restore (part 3) - Importing sites, Recovering data from an unattached content database
One of the new tools in an administrator's toolbox is the ability to pull data from a database snapshot or from a detached content database. The pulled data is then saved in a file. The data can then be restored to a new location in a live database.
Sharepoint 2010 : Backup and Restore (part 2) - Performing a site collection backup, Exporting sites
The benefit of this in an administrator's toolbox is the capability of moving content at a granular level. While users have the capability of creating templates and saving data with their lists, there is a limit to the size of templates.
Sharepoint 2010 : Backup and Restore (part 1) - Recycle Bin settings in Central Administration
Backup and restore are critical components when working with SharePoint. This is the information age, and for a company, its data is one of its valued assets. Hence, performing a daily backup of the SharePoint 2010 farm is good practice.
 
 
 
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