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SharePoint Server 2007


Microsoft SharePoint makes it easier for people to work together. With Microsoft’s development and commitment to Office 2010 and their Office 365 tools – collaboration between workers has never been easier or more practical.

Using SharePoint staff  can set up Web sites to share information with others, manage documents from start to finish, and publish reports to help everyone make better decisions.

This course will help you learn the skills required to administer and be a power user of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server


Putting Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 in Context. The SharePoint Product Family: Forms, Search, Portals and Back-End Services. Distinguishing Between SharePoint Versions. Architecture and Design of SharePoint. Collaboration Technologies Offered by SharePoint. What are the Collaboration Challenges within your Organization?

Overview of SharePoint Installation

Installation, Security, and User Configuration. Managing Sites. Rights and Permissions. Configuring E–mail Server Settings. Single Sign On.

Creating and Managing Sites

Creating a Collaboration Site. Creating a Publishing Site. Creating a Document Workspace. Adding Users and Controlling Access to the Site. Adding Document Libraries. Controlling Permissions at the Document Library and Individual Document Level. Collaboration and Document Management Without Microsoft Office. Using Alerts and RSS Publishing. Overview of Wiki Sites and Blogs. Using Discussions, Contacts and Calendars. Creating and Managing Lists.

User Profiles

View User Profiles. Importing User Profiles from Active Directory. Profile Property Creation, Deletion and Management. Online Presence Integration. Managing Audiences for Targeted Content.

Integration with Office 2007

Document Workspace Sites. Saving and Sharing Documents. Checking In and Out Documents. Collaboration using SharePoint. Integrating Word 2007, Excel 2007, Outlook 2007, etc.

Personalisation of My Site

My Site Overview. Adding Personal Information. Adding and Configuring Web Parts. Public and Personal Views. Office Integration.

Document Management and Collaboration

Enabling Document Versioning. Using Workflow for Document Approval. Checking In and Out Documents. Content Types. Using Content Approval for Viewing Documents on a Site. Project Tasks. Issue Tracking. Auditing with Records Management. Authoring and Managing Web Content.

Enterprise Search Features

Searching for People, Business Data, Documents, and Web Content. Indexing SharePoint Document Libraries and Enterprise Shares. Securing Search Results

Business Forms Features

Designing Forms with Office InfoPath. Storing and Using Form Templates. Integrating Forms Applications with the Business Data Catalog: Connecting to Databases, Spreadsheets, and Other Stores.

Business Intelligence Features

Deploying Browser-based Intelligence using Excel Services. Publishing Data from Excel or SQL Server Reporting Services. Creating Dashboards, Filters and KPIs. Configuring Reports.

This course teaches how to create web portals using Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, including features such as searching and indexing and document libraries with content approval. Topics also include Business forms and Business Intelligence features. Many of the topics are applicable to Window SharePoint Services 3.0. Course participants will receive a comprehensive manual containing course notes and fully worked examples.
IT Managers and Systems Administrators tasked with setting up and manageing SharePoint Server.
3 Days


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