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Title: 2012 Designing Planning Implementing and Managing a Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Infrastructure
Delivery Method: Instructor-led Classroom Learning
Duration: 3.00 Day(s)
This course enables students to design, plan, implement, and manage a SharePoint Portal infrastructure that allows people in their organization to leverage relevant information across business processes so they can work more efficiently.
Who Should Attend:
This course is intended for IT Professionals who work in medium to large organizations and have experience in networking infrastructure using Microsoft Windows Server 2003.
At Course Completion:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Describe the architecture of Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server.
Deploy SharePoint Portal Server in a single-server environment.
Configure SharePoint Portal Server and technologies in a single-server environment.
Deploy SharePoint Portal Server in a server farm.
Manage users and sites.
Plan and implement disaster recovery strategies.
Install backwards-compatible document libraries.
Successful completion of the Windows Server 2003 core curriculum for MCSAs, or equivalent knowledge
Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Working knowledge of networking, including TCP/IP, Domain Name System (DNS), and Internet Information Services (IIS)
Lesson 1: Introduction to SharePoint Products and Technologies
The Architecture and Design of SharePoint Portal Products and Technologies
Features and Terminology for SharePoint Products and Technologies
Types of Servers
SharePoint Products and Technologies Installation Options
Lesson 2: Deploying SharePoint Portal Server on a Single Server
Deploying on a Single Server
Creating and Managing Portal Sites on a Single Server
Managing Rights and Permissions
Lesson 3: Configuring SharePoint Products and Technologies on a Single Server
Configuring Content Searching and Indexing
Adding Content and Configuring Search
Managing User Searches
Lesson 4: Deploying SharePoint Products and Technologies on a Server Farm
Deploying SharePoint Products and Technologies on a Server Farm
Applying Advanced Installation Options
Lesson 5: Configuring SharePoint Products and Technologies on a Server Farm
Configuring Security for SharePoint Products and Technologies
Configuring Multiple Servers
Configuring the User Experience
Managing Data on SharePoint Products and Technologies
Removing Windows SharePoint Services from a Virtual Server
Lesson 6: Managing Users and Sites
Managing Profile Databases
Managing Personal Sites
Lesson 7: Planning and Implementing Disaster Recovery Strategies
Backing Up SharePoint Products and Technologies
Restoring Individual Servers
Planning for Disaster Recovery
Monitoring SharePoint Products and Technologies
Lesson 8: Managing SharePoint Products and Technologies
Using SharePoint Products and Technologies Diagnostics
Troubleshooting SharePoint Products and Technologies
Integrating SharePoint Products and Technologies with Office 2003
Planning for Performance and Capacity
Lesson 9: Installing Backward-Compatible Document Libraries
Installing Backward-Compatible Document Libraries
This course will enable students to design, plan, implement, and manage a SharePoint Portal infrastructure that allows people in their organization to leverage relevant information across business processes so they can work more efficiently. (see
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