Power Users (Yea We
Mean You!)
   Ron
     Davis, MCT
   Independent
   The Last
     Presentation
• Views
• Creating and
  Managing Lists and
  Libraries
• Customizing a
  SharePoint Site by
  Using Web Parts
• Permissio...
The Single Greatest
   Productivity Gainer
• Anyone Can Use It (Even
  Non-Power Users)
• Free (Real Free. Not Buy
  This ...
Multi-Tasking
Focused
      Attention!
• When Are You Most
  Productive?
• How Many Things Are You
  Doing?
• What Happens When You
  Ne...
Where I Learned To
  Stay Focused
Views: Visual Representation of
       your SharePoint Data
• Default
  Views
• Custom
  Views
• Content
  Types
•Design t...
Ways to Organize “See”
       Information
   “Here it is, right here Boss!” = 1
                “Atta-Boy”to quickly see
•...
Views
Lists and
        Libraries
• Lists in SharePoint
• Libraries in SharePoint
• Ways to organize Files
  •Views
  •Folders
Everything Is A “List”
• Whether you are creating
  a Document
  Library, Announcements
  list, a custom list, or a
  surv...
Lists Structure
• Lowest Level of Storage and Similar to
  Databases Database
    List                   Differences
    E...
Document Libraries Picture
         Libraries
• Main Difference is That They
  Are used to Store Files
• The Shared Docume...
These are Content Type(s)
Site Columns
• Reusable Column definition
• Can be Assigned Across
  Multiple SharePoint Sites
• Users can Add to Their Li...
Folders
• Generally Not Liked by SP Professionals
• Good for Tree Sort
• Users Understand Folders (May be the
  Problem)
Content
 Types
  Site
Columns
Customizing a
    SharePoint Site by
     Using Web Parts
• Web Parts
•   Controlling Availability
•   Customizing
•   Bus...
Using Web Parts
• Web Parts are reusable
  components
• They can be added to any
  SharePoint page with a Web Part
  Zone ...
Most Popular               (Survey on
    SharePoint Experts Group)

•Page Viewer Web Part
•Image Web Part
•Content Query ...
SharePoint Security
Permissions in a SharePoint
               Site
• How Security Works in SharePoint
• Overview of Permissions in SharePoint...
IIS Application Pools
• Every web application will require to run
  under some account. Application pools
  allow us to as...
SharePoint Windows Groups
• IIS_WPG
  – Has access to administer IIS Worker Process
• WSS_WPG
  – Has read access to syste...
SharePoint Default Groups
• Every team site created is given a set of
  default groups
  – Visitors
     Given read permis...
ASP.NET Membership/Role
          Provider
• SharePoint is an ASP.NET 2.0 Application
  – Utilize the roles of the members...
Assignable Entities
• User
  – A single user from the Membership provider
• Domain Group
  – A role from the Role provider...
Custom Permission Levels
• You have the ability to create your own
  permission levels
  – Use to be called Site Groups in...
Permissions
• SharePoint has a set of pre-defined
  Permissions
  – 33 of them
  – Fall into one of three categories (List...
Site/List/Item Permission
            Inheritance
• Permissions by default are inherited
  – Site dictates to list and lis...
Web Application Policy
• SharePoint doesn’t have a notion of deny
  – But you can setup zones
    (intranet, internet, ext...
Permissio
   ns
Misc Administration And Some
           Cool Stuff!
• User
  Profiles, Audienc
  es and Targeting
• Feature
• Outlook
  In...
User Profiles
Audiences
Outlook 2007 Integration
•   Document Library Syncing Capability
•   Document Previewing
•   Instant Search
•   Offline Ac...
Document Library Syncing
      Capability
Document Library Now in
      Outlook
Document Previewing
Instant Search
Content Editor and PopFly
No Code except for the Cntrl-C
          Cntrl-V
Content Editor
Search for PopFly and SharePoint: Blogs Screen
                 Casts How-to
Silverlight
CodePle
   x
Thank You!
Ron Davis, M.C.T.
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  1. 1. Power Users (Yea We Mean You!) Ron Davis, MCT Independent The Last Presentation
  2. 2. • Views • Creating and Managing Lists and Libraries • Customizing a SharePoint Site by Using Web Parts • Permissions in a SharePoint Site
  3. 3. The Single Greatest Productivity Gainer • Anyone Can Use It (Even Non-Power Users) • Free (Real Free. Not Buy This and U Get It) • But Most Will Not Use It (So Sad……)
  4. 4. Multi-Tasking
  5. 5. Focused Attention! • When Are You Most Productive? • How Many Things Are You Doing? • What Happens When You Need to Wait For Something that is Not Available When You Need It?
  6. 6. Where I Learned To Stay Focused
  7. 7. Views: Visual Representation of your SharePoint Data • Default Views • Custom Views • Content Types •Design to quickly see what is important to the user. Site Columns
  8. 8. Ways to Organize “See” Information “Here it is, right here Boss!” = 1 “Atta-Boy”to quickly see • Organized well as in likely what is coming! • Views (of Libraries ……. Lists) • Content Types • Site Columns • Default Views • Custom Views • Folders
  9. 9. Views
  10. 10. Lists and Libraries • Lists in SharePoint • Libraries in SharePoint • Ways to organize Files •Views •Folders
  11. 11. Everything Is A “List” • Whether you are creating a Document Library, Announcements list, a custom list, or a survey…they are all lists! • Only difference between lists is the views that display the list’s contents • Every List is a Web Part!
  12. 12. Lists Structure • Lowest Level of Storage and Similar to Databases Database List Differences Events Triggers Fields Columns Items Records X Optimized Read X Hold Vast Data X RSS Feeds X Versions
  13. 13. Document Libraries Picture Libraries • Main Difference is That They Are used to Store Files • The Shared Document Library • All Libraries Are Lists • Just have added “Features”
  14. 14. These are Content Type(s)
  15. 15. Site Columns • Reusable Column definition • Can be Assigned Across Multiple SharePoint Sites • Users can Add to Their Lists • Defined at The Site Level
  16. 16. Folders • Generally Not Liked by SP Professionals • Good for Tree Sort • Users Understand Folders (May be the Problem)
  17. 17. Content Types Site Columns
  18. 18. Customizing a SharePoint Site by Using Web Parts • Web Parts • Controlling Availability • Customizing • Business Intelligence Web Parts • KPI
  19. 19. Using Web Parts • Web Parts are reusable components • They can be added to any SharePoint page with a Web Part Zone on it • Allows users to change the look of a site without writing any HTML • You Can “Roll Your Own”
  20. 20. Most Popular (Survey on SharePoint Experts Group) •Page Viewer Web Part •Image Web Part •Content Query Web Part •Content Editor Web
  21. 21. SharePoint Security
  22. 22. Permissions in a SharePoint Site • How Security Works in SharePoint • Overview of Permissions in SharePoint • Permissions • Permission Levels • SharePoint Groups • Using SharePoint Groups to Ease Security Management • Zones
  23. 23. IIS Application Pools • Every web application will require to run under some account. Application pools allow us to assign this account. • Application pool identity must have access to it’s respective databases (SharePoint_Config, wss_content, etc) • Must have access to create databases on the sql server (content db’s), which typically requires one of Administrators, Process
  24. 24. SharePoint Windows Groups • IIS_WPG – Has access to administer IIS Worker Process • WSS_WPG – Has read access to system resources of WSS • WSS_ADMIN_WPG – Has write access to system resources of WSS • WSS_RESTRICTED_WPG – General purpose administrator group
  25. 25. SharePoint Default Groups • Every team site created is given a set of default groups – Visitors Given read permission set – Members Given contribute permission set – Owners Given full control permission set • Different site definitions create different groups – Publishing sites create more than the three above (Style Resource Readers, Designers, Approvers, Restricted Readers, Quick Deploy Users)
  26. 26. ASP.NET Membership/Role Provider • SharePoint is an ASP.NET 2.0 Application – Utilize the roles of the membership/role provider – Membership providers include Active Directory LDAP Custom
  27. 27. Assignable Entities • User – A single user from the Membership provider • Domain Group – A role from the Role provider being used (Domain group in active directory, a role in ASP.NET db provider) • SharePoint Group – A group you create in SharePoint and assign individual users too – Scoped to the Site Collection
  28. 28. Custom Permission Levels • You have the ability to create your own permission levels – Use to be called Site Groups in WSS 2.0/SP2003 – Permissions are cumulative
  29. 29. Permissions • SharePoint has a set of pre-defined Permissions – 33 of them – Fall into one of three categories (List, Site, Personal) – Permission are not assigned directly to users, but rather to Permission Levels
  30. 30. Site/List/Item Permission Inheritance • Permissions by default are inherited – Site dictates to list and list items what permissions users will have – You have the ability to override at a list level, list items will inherit from the list permissions – You also have the ability to override at the list item level, designed to allow folder level permissions!
  31. 31. Web Application Policy • SharePoint doesn’t have a notion of deny – But you can setup zones (intranet, internet, extranet) – These zones can have a policy with four settings: Full Control Read Only Deny Write Deny Access
  32. 32. Permissio ns
  33. 33. Misc Administration And Some Cool Stuff! • User Profiles, Audienc es and Targeting • Feature • Outlook Integration • PopFly • CodePlex
  34. 34. User Profiles
  35. 35. Audiences
  36. 36. Outlook 2007 Integration • Document Library Syncing Capability • Document Previewing • Instant Search • Offline Access and Editing
  37. 37. Document Library Syncing Capability
  38. 38. Document Library Now in Outlook
  39. 39. Document Previewing
  40. 40. Instant Search
  41. 41. Content Editor and PopFly
  42. 42. No Code except for the Cntrl-C Cntrl-V
  43. 43. Content Editor Search for PopFly and SharePoint: Blogs Screen Casts How-to
  44. 44. Silverlight
  45. 45. CodePle x
  46. 46. Thank You! Ron Davis, M.C.T. Drawing for ?

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