Hands-on two day event
Every person is provided with a PC
Some SharePoint experience required
This course demystifies SharePoint Administration and gives you the tools to make the right technical and architectural decisions.
Make the right decisions when administering and configuring SharePoint.
Get it right first time. Save costly rework and 'it's too late now' situations.
Build skills and save money by doing much more in-house.
Backend/Frontend. How one effects the other and why it's so important to understand both.
The right permissions for the right people remove bottlenecks but keep things safe.
Quick wins. How to make them work for you.
1. UNDERLYING STRUCTURE
Getting the structure right is key.
Avoid issues by understanding the building blocks of SharePoint and how they fit together.
Versions of SharePoint
2. WEB APPLICATIONS AND SITE COLLECTIONS IN DETAIL
Where the backend meets the frontend. Making sure information design and technical design work together.
Creating and configuring web application
Creating Site collections
Getting the structure right
Making sure it doesn't become an administrative nightmare while keeping the flexibility.
Support for different authentication methods and external collaboration.
How it works
When to use SharePoint security groups
Different authentication methods
4. LOOK AND FEEL
Don't let look and feel hijack functionality.
Making the right changes in the right places and simple approaches to fix common issues.
Different page types
5. LISTS, LIBRARIES AND COLUMNS
What you need to know to safeguard your system design and implementing quick win point solutions out of the box.
Different column types
Different list types
A simple application
Managed metadata administration
6. THE 14 HIVE
What is the 14 Hive and how should we be backing up SharePoint?
What is it
Why do I need a command line to manage a web application? Why the SharePoint PowerShell snap-in is actually great news for administration, configuration and development.
What about STSADM?
SharePoint management shell and the SharePoint snap-in
8. MONITORING AND LOGGING
What's useful (and what's not) to help you monitor your system and resolve issues.
What's useful (and what's not)
Things to look out for Configuration
9. BUSINESS CONNECTIVITY SERVICES (BCS)
How to display and link to data from other Line of Business systems without costly development.
External content types
Setting up a list ECT
Setting up a column ECT
10. SEARCH AND FIND
It's not about searching it's about finding - how to make SharePoint Search work for your users
Search service configuration
Search site configuration
Getting the most out of Search
11. BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE
Why do I need a command line to manage a web application? Why the SharePoint PowerShell snap-in is actually great news for administration, configuration and development
What do people need?
Some of the options in detail
12. CUSTOM SOLUTIONS AND FEATURES
Making sure custom development and third party extensions do not give you a headache
How features work
What to look out for
Jos is an experienced SharePoint technical consultant with many successful implementations of SharePoint and other Microsoft solutions under his belt.
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“Good level of coverage, both breadth and depth, and plenty of opportunity to discuss specifics”
“Very beneficial course as it gave a broad overview of what SharePoint is from top level and then drilled down specifically around architecture and administration"
“Open and friendly manner of tutor, ability to expand on subject material. Felt trainer had a good grasp of real world scenarios"