Written by a four-time SharePoint MVP, Beginning SharePoint 2010 Administration examines the differences between SharePoint Foundation (SPF) and SharePoint Server (SPS) and shows you how to take advantage of all SharePoint 2010's many improvements. Appropriate for consultants and IT professionals who need to understand how to plan, implement, and configure SharePoint, administrators and the support team that must know how to manage SharePoint, and IT managers and project leaders it assumes no previous knowledge of SharePoint.
What This Book Covers
- building an SPF-based solution and basic SPS solution functionality
- how SharePoint 2010 integrates with MS Office which is important for document management
- managing content, especially web content management using wiki pages, integration with offline solutions like MS Outlook and SharePoint Workspace, and managing multilingual sites
- Managing and taking advantage of SPS features for a user's personal My Site, both for personal use and for collaboration and information sharing
- permissions, templates, search and indexing, and how to manage SharePoint 2010 with PowerShell and STSA
- how to customize SPF and SPS sites with SharePoint Designer 2010 and configure and design web pages
- how to customize web parts, including Silverlight-based media web parts
- how to backup and then restore documents, lists, sites, site collections, and complete SharePoint farms, using SharePoint Central Administration, PowerShell, and STSADM
- how to plan and implement SharePoint Foundation 2010 and how to upgrade from WSS 3.0
- how to plan and implement SharePoint Server 2010, including how to upgrade and migrate from MOSS 2007.
- how to configure and manage a newly created SPF or SPS 2010 environment