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Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 17) - Health Analyzer
The Health Analyzer section of the Monitoring category in Central Administration gives you the opportunity to review and modify the predefined rules used to monitor your farm and review any problems that are reported
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 16) - Farm Management
You use this section of Central Administration to define farm level settings that control how the farm is accessed and what functionality is available at the farm level.
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 15) - E-Mail And Text Messages
The E-Mail And Text Messages (SMS) section of SharePoint Central Administration provides the communication between SharePoint components and Microsoft Outlook using outgoing e-mail settings.
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 14)
In the Server category of system settings, you manage and configure your SharePoint farm servers and services, and you can obtain information about the SQL Server instance hosting your SharePoint content, including the name and version of the configuration database
SharePoint 2010: Modify a Content Type
To modify an existing content type, open the Site Settings page, as explained at the beginning of this article, and click Content Types in the Galleries section of the page. This selection opens a page where you can modify content types.
SharePoint 2010: Create a Content Type
To create a new content type in a site, open the Site Settings page, as explained at the beginning of this article, and click Content Types in the Galleries section of the page.
SharePoint 2010 : Create a Site Column
To create a site column, open the Site Settings page, as explained at the beginning of this chapter, and then click Site Columns in the Galleries section of the page.
SharePoint 2010 : Modify the Top or Left Navigation Bar (part 2)
In a publishing site, the navigation settings for both navigation bars are in the same page. To get to the navigation management page, open the Site Settings page and click the Navigation link in the Look and Feel section of the page
SharePoint 2010 : Modify the Top or Left Navigation Bar (part 1)
Security occurs at a number of levels in Windows. This section isn't a comprehensive treatment of the topic—it only gets you started. Of course, the first task you'll complete is to add users to the server and use shares to make resources available.
SharePoint 2010: Change the Home Page of a Site
If the site you are working on has multiple pages, you can choose which page in the site is the home page (also known as the welcome page) for the site.
SharePoint 2010: Change the Look of a Site by Using Themes
To apply a different theme to a site, open the Site Settings page, as explained earlier. In the Look and Feel section of the page, click the Site Theme link. This selection opens a page that enables you to pick a theme for the site
SharePoint 2010 : Change the Name, Description, Icon, or URL of a Site
Every site has a name or title that is usually displayed on all the pages, generally above the top navigation bar and in the breadcrumbs. The description of a site sometimes appears under the breadcrumbs or at the top of some of the pages, and the icon usually appears next to the title
SharePoint 2010 : Open the Site Settings Page
To change a site’s settings, access the Site Settings page by opening the Site Actions menu and choosing Site Settings
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 13) - Databases
When you create a Web application, you specify the database that will be associated with it. By default, there is only one database associated with a Web application, but each Web application is capable of having multiple databases associated with it.
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 12) - Service Applications
Service applications are new to SharePoint 2010 and replace the Shared Service Providers (SSPs) previously offered in SharePoint Server 2007.
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 11)
After enabling site use confirmations, SharePoint will e-mail all site collection owners of the specific Web application and ask for a confirmation that they are still using their site
SharePoint 2010 : Create an Event with a Website (part 2)
In a basic event workspace, you create an agenda by adding items to the Agenda list. A web part with the agenda usually appears on the home page. To add an item, simply click the Add New Item link under that web part
SharePoint 2010 : Create an Event with a Website (part 1)
To create an event site, you can use the regular method of creating a site, as explained earlier in this article, and choose one of the event meeting templates available.
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 10) - Site Collections
The Site Collections section of the Application Management functional category gives the farm administrator the ability to manage all aspects of a site collection.
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 9)
Alternate Access Mappings (AAM) are available to help SharePoint determine how to map a request that comes into a Web application to the correct URL and then serve the correct URL back to the client that requested the content.
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 8)
All files that users try to upload into SharePoint 2010 with the file extensions contained in the list on the Blocked File Types page will be blocked automatically—they are prevented from being uploaded to the Web application.
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 7)
The Service Connections option on the Web Applications Ribbon allows you to view, and if you choose, to modify the service applications the Web application is associated with in SharePoint
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 6)
The User-Defined Workflows option allows you to specify whether you want users to be able to deploy declarative workflows, such as those that are created using Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010, on sites in this Web application
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 5)
At some point, you might no longer need a particular Web application, or it might be replaced by another one, and you will need to remove the existing Web application.
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 4)
New to SharePoint 2010 when creating a new Web application is the option to specify a failover server, as shown in Figure 6. This option allows you to host a mirrored copy of the content database for your Web application.
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 3) - Public URL
The Public URL section of the Create New Web Application page (see Figure 6-15) lets you configure a public URL; that is, the default URL for users to access the sites hosted on this Web application.
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 2)
In SharePoint 2010, you manage Web applications by going to the Web Application page and using the Web Application Ribbon, as shown in Figure 2. The sections that follow will show how to create, delete, and configure Web applications using the options you can select on this Ribbon.
Performing Administrative Tasks Using Central Administration (part 1) - Managing Web Applications
The creation and configuration of Web applications in SharePoint 2010 is very similar to how these same tasks were performed in SharePoint Server 2007, with a few enhancements. One of the improvements in SharePoint 2010 is the ability to create and manage Web applications that exist in Internet Information Services 7.0
SharePoint 2010 : Create a Subsite (part 3)
A team site is a simple site with a document library, an announcements list, a calendar list, a links list, a tasks list, and a team discussion board. To create a team site, select the Team Site template in the Create dialog and fill in the site’s title and URL name .
SharePoint 2010 : Create a Subsite (part 2) - Create a Subsite Without Microsoft Silverlight Installed
When you don’t have Microsoft Silverlight, the Create dialog offers some popular site templates under the Pages and Sites category, and it also has the link Sites and Workspaces. Clicking this link opens a page that allows you to select a template and specify the new site’s settings
 
 
 
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