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Windows Server 2008 R2 : Installing Windows SharePoint Services (part 1)
Installation of Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 is fairly straightforward once Windows Server 2008 R2 has been installed, assuming it is a single Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 installation, rather than a more complex SharePoint farm.
SharePoint 2010 : Implementing and Configuring a Records Center (part 3) - Generating a File Plan Report & Generating an Audit Report
Audit reports allow you to examine specific areas of declared records activities. When you run a report, you must specify a location for each report generated; the location can be the same library for each report generated or a different one
SharePoint 2010 : Implementing and Configuring a Records Center (part 2)
One of the most important aspects of a records management system is how easily it allows records managers to identify and mark documents that are required for an investigation, audit, or in response to litigation that involves the organization
SharePoint 2010 : Implementing and Configuring a Records Center (part 1) - Creating and Managing a Content Type & Creating the Records Center
You then create a site based on the Records Center site template and configure the methods you will use to route documents to this site after they have been classified.
SharePoint 2010 : Implementing and Configuring Information Management Policies (part 3) - Viewing Information Management Usage Reports
The Policies report provides a list of policies defined in the report generated for the site collection within the Web application that you chose on the Information Management Reports page
SharePoint 2010 : Implementing and Configuring Information Management Policies (part 2) - Generating Information Management Policy Usage Reports
To obtain information on which policies are being applied throughout your organization, you can configure information management policy usage reports to generate periodic reports on policy behavior.
SharePoint 2010 : Implementing and Configuring Information Management Policies (part 1) - Defining a Retention Policy
A retention policy allows you to specify how long a document will be retained and what will happen to the document throughout its life cycle.
SharePoint 2010 : Introducing Records Management and Information Management Policies
Organizations today are increasingly subject to state and federal regulations governing which electronic records they must retain, how long they should be retained, and how readily they should be made accessible to regulators
Topologies for SharePoint 2010
SharePoint 2010 topologies can be broken into a limited deployment farm, small farm, medium farm, and large farm. These topologies allow SharePoint 2010 to be deployed on a single server or on many servers.
SharePoint 2010 : Publishing Service Applications to Remote Farms
To allow service applications to be consumed by remote farms, you must exchange trust certificates with the remote farm, explicitly publish the service application on the farm that it resides on, and explicitly connect the service application on the farm that is consuming it.
SharePoint 2010 : Configuring Service Applications (part 5) - Publishing Service Applications
For a service application to be able to be consumed by a Web application, it must be published to the farm. To publish service applications, complete the following steps.
SharePoint 2010 : Configuring Service Applications (part 4) - Modifying the Service Applications in the Default Application Proxy Group
Although the default application proxy group is created automatically, if it does not fit the needs or requirements of your company, you can modify or add service applications to ensure that it does
SharePoint 2010 : Configuring Service Applications (part 3) - Modifying the Application Pool of a Deployed Service Application
From time to time, you may need to change the application pool of a deployed service application. This could occur because of performance issues, or company protocol may dictate the change
SharePoint 2010 : Configuring Service Applications (part 2) - Creating a New Instance of a Service Application
In SharePoint 2010, you have the option of creating multiple instances of the same service application. So, for example, you can configure your search service application multiple ways to resolve your company’s different department requirements.
SharePoint 2010 : Configuring Service Applications (part 1) - Creating a Custom Application Proxy Group for a Web Application
XML is part of the acronym AJAX, but we haven't actually loaded any XML yet. Doing so is straightforward, and mirrors the JSON technique fairly closely
SharePoint 2010 : Scaling Out a SharePoint Farm - Identifying a Logical Location of Services on Servers
Part of scaling out your farms is to know which services belong to which tier. When you have gained this understanding, you can combine that knowledge with demand estimates that you produce as part of your capacity planning activities.
SharePoint 2010 : Scaling Service Applications Architecture
SharePoint environments are broken down into tiers, with Web front-end servers constituting the Web tier, application servers included in the application tier, and database servers in the database tier.
SharePoint 2010 : Scaling Out a SharePoint Farm - Services Federation (part 2)
When you create a service application in SharePoint 2010, a service application connection is created. A connection is a virtual entity that connects Web applications to service applications.
SharePoint 2010 : Scaling Out a SharePoint Farm - Services Federation (part 1)
In SharePoint 2010, you need to differentiate between services and a service application. A service is a component that provides an output that can be utilized by an application
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 28) - Content Deployment
In SharePoint 2010, content deployment is a feature of the Web Content Management (WCM) that allows multifarm topologies for deploying content from sites or site collections to remote sites or site collections.
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 27) - Search
Search settings are used to manage Search service options. This is one entry point you can use to manage all of the Search service administrative settings as well as the performance impact the Search service has on your farm.
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 26) - External Service Connections
General Application Settings provide you with the ability to manage settings for various applications that are available in SharePoint 2010.
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 25) - Upgrade and Migration
The Upgrade And Migration option available in Central Administration is useful when performing upgrades, applying patches, and migrating content in SharePoint 2010
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 24) - General Security
There are several general security settings that are managed in the General Security section of Central Administration. Some of these security settings are farm level settings, and others are Web application settings
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 23) - Granular Backup
SharePoint 2010 provides a way for you to back up more granular items stored in SharePoint including site collections, sites, lists, and libraries. In previous versions you could only accomplish more granular backups using STSADM commands.
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 22) - Farm Backup and Restore
Similar to the Backup And Restore tools provided with SharePoint Server 2007, you can use Central Administration to perform both backups and restores.
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 21)
SharePoint 2010 introduces a service application that tracks Web application–level statistics that are stored in SQL Server so they can be easily accessed using different reports.
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 20) - View Health Report
After enabling usage reporting and defining the schedule, and after the timer job has run to generate your logs, you can view two reports from the View Health Report page.
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 19) - Reporting
The Reporting section of the Monitoring category is used to manage two primary aspects of monitoring: logging and reporting. SharePoint 2010 provides significant improvements in both of these areas
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 18) - Timer Jobs
Timer jobs are created when service applications, Web applications, and other SharePoint components are created. When you create these components, a job is also created to perform a specific task at a specified frequency.
 
 
 
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