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    is there a presentation on installing SP2010 foundation on win 7 x64 laptop. Got the script, auto downloaded all the s/w and then the script fails at the VHD.

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  • Free - meaning it comes with Windows Server 2008.Collaborate easily and effectively: Connect teams and increase productivity by providing easy access to the people, documents, and information they need through out-of-the-box SharePoint Foundation 2010 elements, which include blogs, wikis, team workspaces, and document libraries. This provides employees with the ideal way to share information and collaborate around a customized Web site.Deploy a manageable infrastructure: SharePoint Foundation 2010 offers tools like Windows PowerShell™ Administration to boost administrators’ productivity and health monitoring to provide deep insight into server performance and health. This enables you to make the most of your organization’s resources by deploying a manageable, scalable, and reliable collaboration platform that enables self-service by employees.Build Web applications: Increase business process efficiency by creating Web applications and workflow scenarios on the highly customizable, extensible platform of SharePoint Foundation 2010.
  • SharePoint Designer – no code rules based tool for designers and analysts to use to model workflows and do deeper SharePoint customizations.VS2010 – create custom web parts, workflows, deeper integrationsCodePlex – free open source projects out there to consider. One we used was a nice enhancement to search results: Edit Document, Version History, View Properties, Go to Folder, Go to Document Library, Go to SiteOther items to remember:Developer DashboardEvent Receivers – list creation, insert items, workflows startingLINQ (language integrated query) – nice alternative to CAMLREST and ATOM data feeds can be consumed using Visual Studio 2010Sandbox Solutions – great for developers to help protect the farmWorkflow
  • If you don’t have the above? NP!Dell Server that fits these specs: PowerEdge R510, 64-bit, 8 GB RAM, 500 GB Raided drive, with Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 = About $2,500.
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  • Cut costs with a unified infrastructure With SharePoint Server 2010 you can provide information workers with all of the organizational productivity services they need in a single, extensible infrastructure. The consolidation of business collaboration solutions onto SharePoint Server 2010 makes it possible to cut costs through lower training costs, increased IT productivity, and enterprise-wide management tools, all within a governable and compliant platform.Empower employees through access to information Self-publishing of content from any source allows you to scale information-sharing from the team to the entire enterprise. Empowering employees to manage portal content directly keeps information current and saves time and cost, and puts business people in control of business processes without the involvement of IT resources.Find the right content and expertise to increase productivity Because SharePoint Server 2010 can reach across SharePoint Foundation 2010 and other data repositories—including Lotus Notes—you can deliver the most relevant data no matter where it’s stored. Search is the dominant navigation tool used, and empowering information workers to find the right content or people with the right expertise more quickly leads to increased productivity and decreased redundancy.Connect people to enhance teamwork Social networking and people search in SharePoint Server 2010 allows employees to find and leverage the expertise of coworkers, amplifying the impact of each individual in the organization. With My Sites as a personal profile, information workers can manage and increase the scope of their networks to increase productivity and engagement with the company.Rapidly respond to business needs Whether it’s an end user or a professional developer, SharePoint Server 2010 offers the tools and capabilities to design and create business solutions that can be integrated with existing enterprise data, tools, and processes, allowing organizations to respond rapidly to business needs.Share data throughout the organization Now you can empower your employees to share and collaborate around line-of-business (LOB) data in a familiar and easy user experience. The Business Data Catalog enables publishing data from SAP and other popular LOB platforms directly into SharePoint sites, making collaboration around the data possible without requiring expensive LOB clients for all users.
  • You are all done with Planning, deploying and you are setup!Now to begin creating site collections and configuring your new interface!

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  • SHAREPOINT 2010 FOUNDATION SERVER HOW MUCH DO YOU GET FOR FREE? Jason Hamlin Wednesday, February 1st, 2012
  • What is SharePoint Foundation 2010?• Microsoft’s ‘Free’ version of SharePoint 2010• For smaller organizations - entry-level solution for secure, Web-based collaboration• Still very feature rich!• Use SharePoint Foundation to: – Coordinate schedules – Organize documents – Participate in discussions through team workspaces – Blogs – Wikis – Plus about 50 other major features!
  • SharePoint Extensibility: What Can’t You Do?• SharePoint 2010 Foundation is also a development platform!• Extend functionality through the use of: – SharePoint Designer 2010 – Visual Studio 2010 – CodePlex projects – Anything you can dream up!
  • What does ‘Free’ Mean?• Ahhhh…and there’s the rub!• It’s not really ‘free’…because you have to…• Meet the minimum hardware and software requirements!• What are those?• Hardware, Server – Processor: 64-bit, four cores – RAM: 8 GB for production use in a single server or multiple server farm – Hard disk: 80 GB for system drive• Hardware, Database – Processor: 64-bit, four cores for small deployments, 64-bit, eight cores for medium deployments – RAM: 8 GB for small deployments, 16 GB for medium deployments – Hard disk: 80 GB for system drive• Software – Database server in a farm: 64-bit edition of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 or 64-bit edition of Microsoft SQL Server 2005 with SP3 – Single server with built-in database: 64-bit edition of Windows Server 2008 R2 and SQL Server 2008 Express with SP1
  • What’s Involved to Start Using SP2010?• First: Plan – Plan for backup and recovery – Plan for security for sites and content – Plan for using themes – Plan authentication• Second: Deploy – Identify minimum hardware, software – Perform readiness checklist – Installation guides• Third: Operations – Backup/Restore of Farm configurations – Monitoring – Administration
  • What Don’t You Get in SP 2010Foundation?• Standard – Audience Targeting – Document Sets – Enterprise Scale Search – Ratings – Workflow Templates – Plus about 45 more features than Foundation• Enterprise – Access Services – Calculated KPIs – Dashboards – Excel Services and PowerPivot For SharePoint – InfoPath Form Services – Visio Services – Plus about 20 more features than Standard
  • Demo
  • Resources• Full Editions Comparison: http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/en-us/buy/pages/editions-comparison.aspx• SharePoint 2010 Microsoft Home Page: http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/en-us/Pages/default.aspx• SharePoint 2010 Installation Guides/References: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/ee263910#tab=4• SharePoint 2010 Download Page: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=5970• Min. hardware and software requirements: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc288751.aspx
  • QUESTIONS?