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From the Back Cover
Discover the exciting new capabilities of SharePoint 2010
Significant strides have been made since the release of SharePoint 2007, and this book provides you with a detailed look at the major improvements and numerous changes in SharePoint 2010. The author team of SharePoint experts walks you through installation and configuration, customization, and architecture and capacity planning. You'll discover how to upgrade existing SharePoint 2007 servers, secure and manage site content, and integrate Microsoft Office applications with SharePoint. Packed with insight as to how SharePoint 2010 works and the functionality it provides, this invaluable resource deciphers the technical details you need to know in order to get SharePoint 2010 up and running successfully.
Professional SharePoint 2010 Administration:
Covers command-line administration with Windows PowerShell
Reviews service applications in depth
Addresses backups and disaster recovery
Explores exciting new features including managed metadata, Central Administration, and social computing features
Describes upgrades to the Health Analyzer, Timer Jobs, reporting, and much more
Discusses enterprise search, FAST search, and people search
Includes coverage of Business Intelligence and PerformancePoint Services
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About the Author
Todd Klindt is a Microsoft SharePoint MVP, frequent speaker at Microsoft TechEd and other SharePoint conferences, and author.
Shane Young is a Microsoft SharePoint MVP, SharePoint instructor, and frequent speaker at Microsoft Tech Ed and other SharePoint Conferences.
Steve Caravajal, Ph.D., is a Collaboration Architect for Microsoft, frequent speaker, and trainer.
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It covers the whole gambit from installation to branding and customization. The book contains plenty of technical information as well a tutorial style walk throughs to help you better understand exactly what the capabilities of SharePoint 2010 are. I especially like how the SharePoint terminology and functions are described and explained in detail by the author.
In summary the book is a a valuable edition to any SharePoint administrator's library.
This book is refreshing - and is a highly recommended cover-to-cover read. In the first 20 pages, I found a number of pearls, which prompted me to continue a full read - don't miss it! Great job and kudos to the authors!
The only weakness may be in the area of Claims Authentication. Claims is deserving of a book onto itself. For Claims, I would recommend "A Guide to Claims-based Identity and Access Control" from Microsoft Press. (Yeah, Microsoft Press finally released a book that doesn't suck...)
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