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  • Planning for external access to a SharePoint farm involves significant planning and numerous elements of IT
  • Many organizations want to collaborate with people from other organizations who do not have the infrastructure to federate identity and resort to adding external users to one of their domains.
  • Demo – Web part with hard coded Site Collection, change retry14/15 layouts demo

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  • 1. SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 External Sharing – “Share outside the lines!”
  • 2. Collaboration often involves working with people outside the company. Many users resort to the trusty standby of email. The current state of external sharing with an onpremise SharePoint farm External sharing with Office 365 No SharePoint admin is going to let that stand. 2
  • 3. External Collaboration On-premise Some Key Considerations Security Multiple domains Networking Auditing Active Directory Federation Data partitioning User account management Database hardening Claims based authentication Multiple domains Reverse proxy … Sharepoint topology 3
  • 4. Typical Process to Add User Contact domain admin to request external user account Re-submit request to add external user account with completed business justification Wait 1-2 weeks for approval and processing Grant permissions in SharePoint site Email username and password to external user 4
  • 5. External Sharing There has to be a better way, right? 5
  • 6. External Sharing There has to be a better way, right? 6
  • 7. SharePoint Tokens
  • 8. • Url Start Tokens Tokens are important in SharePoint development…even more so in SharePoint 2013 • Url Internal Tokens • App Tokens • Visual Studio Tokens • Resource Files Let SharePoint & Visual Studio work for you! 8
  • 9. Url Start Tokens ~sitecollection ~site ~controlTemplates ~layouts 9
  • 10. Url Internal Tokens • {ControlTemplates} • {ItemId} • {ItemUrl} • {Layouts} • {ListId} • {RecurrenceId} • {Site} • {SiteCollection} • {SiteUrl} • {Source} 10
  • 11. App Tokens ~appWebUrl ~hostUrl ~hostLogoUrl ~remoteAppUrl {StandardTokens}: {HostUrl},{AppWebUrl},{Language},{ClientTag},{ProductNumb er} 11
  • 12. Visual Studio Tokens • $SharePoint.Project.FileName$ • $SharePoint.Project.FileNameWithoutExtension$ • $SharePoint.Project.AssemblyFullName$ • $SharePoint.Project.AssemblyFileName$ • $SharePoint.Project.AssemblyFileNameWithoutExtension$ • $SharePoint.Project.AssemblyPublicKeyToken$ • $SharePoint.Package.Name$ • $SharePoint.Package.FileName$ • $SharePoint.Package.FileNameWithoutExtension$ • $SharePoint.Package.Id$ • $SharePoint.Feature.FileName$ • $SharePoint.Feature.FileNameWithoutExtension$ • $SharePoint.Feature.DeploymentPath$ • $SharePoint.Feature.Id$ • $SharePoint.ProjectItem.Name$ • $SharePoint.Type.<GUID>.AssemblyQualifiedName$ • $SharePoint.Type.<GUID>.FullName$ 12
  • 13. Resource Files – Honorable Mention • SharePoint Out-of-the-Box • Custom 13