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  • Module 0: Introduction Table of Contents Introduction 1 Course Materials 2 Microsoft Learning Product Types 4 Microsoft Learning 6 Microsoft Certification Program 8 Facilities 12 About This Course 13 Course Outline 15 Setup 16 Demonstration: Using Microsoft Virtual Server 19 MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • Information in this document, including URL and other Internet Web site references, is subject to change without notice. Unless otherwise noted, the example companies, organizations, products, domain names, e- mail addresses, logos, people, places, and events depicted herein are fictitious, and no association with any real company, organization, product, domain name, e-mail address, logo, person, place, or event is intended or should be inferred. Complying with all applicable copyright laws is the responsibility of the user. Without limiting the rights under copyright, no part of this document may be reproduced, stored in or introduced into a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means (electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise), or for any purpose, without the express written permission of Microsoft Corporation. The names of manufacturers, products, or URLs are provided for informational purposes only and Microsoft makes no representations and warranties, either expressed, implied, or statutory, regarding these manufacturers or the use of the products with any Microsoft technologies. The inclusion of a manufacturer or product does not imply endorsement of Microsoft of the manufacturer or product. Links are provided to third party sites. Such sites are not under the control of Microsoft and Microsoft is not responsible for the contents of any linked site or any link contained in a linked site, or any changes or updates to such sites. Microsoft is not responsible for webcasting or any other form of transmission received from any linked site. Microsoft is providing these links to you only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement of Microsoft of the site or the products contained therein. Microsoft may have patents, patent applications, trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property rights covering subject matter in this document. Except as expressly provided in any written license agreement from Microsoft, the furnishing of this document does not give you any license to these patents, trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property. Copyright © 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft may have patents, patent applications, trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property rights covering subject matter in this document. Except as expressly provided in any written license agreement from Microsoft, the furnishing of this document does not give you any license to these patents, trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property. Microsoft, .NET Framework, Active Directory, SharePoint, SQL Server, Windows, Virtual PC, Office PowerPoint, Office Word, and Windows Server are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners. Version 1.1 MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • Module 0: Introduction 1 Introduction MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • 2 Module 0: Introduction Course Materials The following materials are included with your kit: • Student workbook. The student workbook contains the material covered in class. • Student Materials CD. The Student Materials CD contains a Web page that provides you with links to resources pertaining to this course, including additional readings, discussion answer keys, multimedia presentations, and course-related Web sites. Note To open the Web page, insert the Student Materials CD into the CD-ROM drive, and then in the root directory of the CD, double-click StartCD.exe. • Course evaluation. At the end of the course, you will have the opportunity to complete an online evaluation to provide feedback on the course, training facility, and instructor. To provide additional comments or feedback on the course, send e-mail to support@mscourseware.com. To inquire about the Microsoft Certification Program, send e-mail to mcphelp@microsoft.com. MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • Module 0: Introduction 3 Document Conventions The following conventions are used in course materials to distinguish elements of the text. Convention Use Bold Represents commands, command options, and syntax that must be typed exactly as shown. It also indicates commands on menus and buttons, dialog box titles and options, and icon and menu names. Italic In syntax statements or descriptive text, indicates argument names or placeholders for variable information. Italic is also used for introducing new terms, for book titles, and for emphasis in the text. Title Capitals Indicate domain names, user names, computer names, directory names, and folder and file names, except when specifically referring to case-sensitive names. Unless otherwise indicated, you can use lowercase letters when you type a directory name or file name in a dialog box or at a command prompt. ALL CAPITALS Indicate the names of keys, key sequences, and key combinations —for example, ALT+SPACEBAR. monospace Represents code samples or examples of screen text. [] In syntax statements, enclose optional items. For example, [filename] in command syntax indicates that you can choose to type a file name with the command. Type only the information within the brackets, not the brackets themselves. {} In syntax statements, enclose required items. Type only the information within the braces, not the braces themselves. | In syntax statements, separates an either/or choice. Indicates a procedure with sequential steps. ... In syntax statements, specifies that the preceding item may be repeated. . Represents an omitted portion of a code sample. . MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • 4 Module 0: Introduction Microsoft Learning Product Types Microsoft Learning offers the following instructor-led products. Each is specific to a particular audience type and level of experience. The different product types also tend to suit different learning styles. These types are as follows: • Courses are for information technology (IT) professionals and developers who are new to a particular product or technology and for experienced individuals who prefer to learn in a traditional classroom format. Courses provide a relevant and guided learning experience that combines lecture and practice to deliver thorough coverage of a Microsoft product or technology. Courses are designed to address the needs of learners engaged in planning, design, implementation, management, and support phases of the technology adoption life-cycle. They provide detailed information by focusing on concepts and principles, reference content, and in-depth hands-on lab activities to ensure knowledge transfer. Typically, the content of a course is broad, addressing a wide range of tasks necessary for the job role. • Courses are also for knowledgeable IT professionals and developers who learn best by doing and exploring. Courses provide a hands-on learning experience in which participants use Microsoft products in a safe and collaborative environment based on real-world scenarios. MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • Module 0: Introduction 5 • iWorker courses or Information Worker Courses are scenario-based courseware lines to compete in the desktop applications market. This scenario-based courseware line will fill a need for applications training that supports on-the-job performance improvement with business and productivity solutions (rather than feature-based training). The purpose of an iWorker course is to promote skills/ knowledge transfer in the context of business scenarios to accomplish business objectives by working individually or collaboratively to find answers. iWorker courses are aimed at users who have working knowledge of the technology and are interested in applying that knowledge in specific business scenarios. • Clinics are for IT professionals, developers and technical decision makers. Clinics offer a detailed “how to” presentation that describes the features and functionality of an existing or new Microsoft product or technology, and that showcases product demonstrations and solutions. Clinics focus on how specific features will solve business problems. • First-look Clinics are products specifically designed to deliver early content or critical information that Product Groups or other internal customers need communicated quickly and broadly. The First Look products convey knowledge- based (not skills-based) information to an audience profile identified as high-level Business Decision Makers. • Hands-on Labs provide IT professionals and developers with hands-on experience with an existing or new Microsoft product or technology. Hands-on labs provide a realistic and safe environment to encourage knowledge transfer by learning through doing. The labs provided are completely prescriptive so that no lab answer keys are required. There is very little lecture or text content provided in hands-on labs, aside from lab introductions, context setting, and lab reviews. MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • 6 Module 0: Introduction Microsoft Learning Microsoft Learning develops Official Microsoft Learning Product (OMLP) courseware for computer professionals who design, develop, support, implement, or manage solutions by using Microsoft products and technologies. These learning products provide comprehensive, skills-based training in instructor-led and online formats. Additional Recommended Learning Products It is recommended that you take the following learning products in this order: • Course 5060A: Implementing Windows® SharePoint® Server 3.0 • Course 5061A: Implementing Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 Each learning product relates in some way to other learning products. A related product may be a prerequisite, a follow-up course, clinic, or course in a recommended series, or a learning product that offers additional training. You can attend the following additional classroom-based learning products: • Clinic 3199B: First Look: Getting Started with the 2007 Microsoft® Office System • Hands-on-Lab 3372B: First Look: Getting Started with the 2007 Microsoft® Office System • Clinic 3369B: First Look: Getting Started with Windows® SharePoint® Services 3.0 MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • Module 0: Introduction 7 • Hands-on-Lab 3373B: First Look: Getting Started with Windows® SharePoint® Services 3.0 • Clinic 3370B: First Look: Getting Started with Microsoft® Office 2007 SharePoint Server • Hands-on-Lab 3374B: First Look: Getting Started with Microsoft® Office 2007 SharePoint Server Other related learning products may become available in the future, so for up-to-date information about recommended learning products, visit the Microsoft Learning Web site. Microsoft Learning Information For more information, visit the Microsoft Learning Web site at http://www.microsoft.com/learning/. MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • 8 Module 0: Introduction Microsoft Certification Program Microsoft Learning offers a variety of certification credentials for developers and IT professionals. The Microsoft Certification Program (MCP) is the leading certification program for validating your experience and skills, keeping you competitive in today’s changing business environment. Related Certification Exams This course helps students to prepare for Exam 70-631, TS: Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, Configuring. Exam 70-631 is a core exam for the Technology Series. MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • Module 0: Introduction 9 MCP Certifications The MCP program includes the following certifications. MCITP The new Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) credential allows IT professionals to distinguish themselves as experts in their specific area of focus. There is a straightforward upgrade path from the MCDBA certification to the new MCITP credentials. There are currently three IT Professional certifications—in database development, database administration, and business intelligence: • Microsoft Certified IT Professional: Database Developer • Microsoft Certified IT Professional: Database Administrator • Microsoft Certified IT Professional: Business Intelligence Developer MCPD The Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) credential highlights developer job roles, featuring specific areas of expertise. There is a straightforward upgrade path from the MCAD and MCSD for Microsoft .NET certifications to the new MCPD credentials. There are three MCPD certification paths—in Web application development, Windows development, and enterprise applications development: • Microsoft Certified Professional Developer: Web Developer • Microsoft Certified Professional Developer: Windows Developer • Microsoft Certified Professional Developer: Enterprise Applications Developer MCTS The Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) credential enables professionals to target specific technologies and distinguish themselves by demonstrating in-depth knowledge of and expertise in the technologies with which they work. There are currently five MCTS certifications: • Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: .NET Framework 2.0 Web Applications • Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: .NET Framework 2.0 Windows Applications • Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: .NET Framework 2.0 Distributed Applications • Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: SQL Server™ 2005 • Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: BizTalk® Server MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • 10 Module 0: Introduction MCDST on Microsoft Windows® The Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician (MCDST) certification is designed for professionals who successfully support and educate end users and troubleshoot operating system and application issues on desktop computers running the Windows operating system. MCSA on Microsoft Windows Server™ 2003 The Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA) certification is designed for professionals who implement, manage, and troubleshoot existing network and system environments based on the Windows Server 2003 platform. Implementation responsibilities include installing and configuring parts of systems. Management responsibilities include administering and supporting systems. MCSE on Microsoft Windows Server 2003 The Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) credential is the premier certification for professionals who analyze business requirements and design and implement infrastructure for business solutions based on the Windows Server 2003 platform. Implementation responsibilities include installing, configuring, and troubleshooting network systems. MCAD for Microsoft .NET The Microsoft Certified Application Developer (MCAD) for Microsoft .NET credential provides industry recognition for professional developers who use Microsoft Visual Studio® .NET and Web services to develop and maintain department-level applications, components, Web or desktop clients, or back-end data services, or who work in teams developing enterprise applications. The credential covers job tasks ranging from developing to deploying and maintaining these solutions. MCSD for Microsoft .NET The Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD) for Microsoft .NET credential is the top-level certification for advanced developers who design and develop leading-edge enterprise solutions by using Microsoft development tools and technologies as well as the Microsoft .NET Framework. The credential covers job tasks ranging from analyzing business requirements to maintaining solutions. MCDBA on Microsoft SQL Server 2000 The Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA) credential is the premier certification for professionals who implement and administer SQL Server 2000 databases. The certification is appropriate for individuals who derive physical database designs, develop logical data models, create physical databases, create data services by using Transact-SQL, manage and maintain databases, configure and manage security, monitor and optimize databases, and install and configure SQL Server. MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • Module 0: Introduction 11 MCP The Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) credential is for individuals who have the skills to successfully implement a Microsoft product or technology as part of a business solution in an organization. Hands-on experience with the product is necessary to successfully achieve certification. MCT Microsoft Certified Trainers (MCTs) demonstrate the instructional and technical skills that qualify them to deliver Official Microsoft Learning Products through a Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning Solutions (CPLS). Certification Requirements Certification requirements differ for each certification category and are specific to the products and job functions addressed by the certification. To earn a certification credential, you must pass rigorous certification exams that provide a valid and reliable measure of technical proficiency and expertise. Additional Information: See the Microsoft Learning Web site at http://www.microsoft.com/learning/. You can also send e-mail to mcphelp@microsoft.com if you have specific certification questions. Acquiring the Skills Tested by an MCP Exam Official Microsoft Learning Products can help you develop the skills that you need to do your job. They also complement the experience that you gain while working with Microsoft products and technologies. However, no one-to-one correlation exists between Official Microsoft Learning Products and MCP exams. Microsoft does not expect or intend for the courses to be the sole preparation method for passing MCP exams. Practical product knowledge and experience are also necessary to pass MCP exams. To help prepare for MCP exams, use the preparation guides that are available for each exam. Each Exam Preparation Guide contains exam-specific information, such as a list of the topics on which you will be tested. These guides are available on the Microsoft Learning Web site at http://www.microsoft.com/learning/. MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • 12 Module 0: Introduction Facilities MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • Module 0: Introduction 13 About This Course This section provides you with a brief description of the course, target audience, course prerequisites, and objectives. Description This 2-day course teaches IT Professionals to successfully implement Microsoft® Windows® SharePoint® Services (WSS) 3.0 in their organizations. The course emphasizes that you should think about the architecture of their entire environment, including business and application needs, during the planning and deployment phases. You will learn how to perform a clean installation of WSS 3.0 and gain all the pre- requisite knowledge required to select the most appropriate method for upgrading WSS from 2.0 to 3.0 in a specific scenario. In addition, you will learn how to manage WSS after it is configured. MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • 14 Module 0: Introduction Audience The audience of this course is Business Application Administrators (BAAs) who are engaged in the planning, design, and selection of Line-of-Business (LOB) applications, including Office SharePoint® Server, in conjunction with internal business customers. Their primary responsibility is the deployment, customization, management, and support of LOB applications. They routinely monitor application status and troubleshoot application problems. The audience is expected to have at least 2 years of experience implementing, managing, and supporting Microsoft Windows Server® 2003, including Internet Information Services (IIS). Course prerequisites This course requires that you meet the following prerequisites: • Experience implementing, managing, and supporting Windows Server 2003, including Internet Information Services (IIS). • Working knowledge of networking, for example, TCP/IP and Domain Name System (DNS). • Have basic knowledge of key benefits of Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server (MOSS), new features and functionality of MOSS, and WSS acting as a platform for MOSS. • Attended Clinic 3369B: First Look: Getting Started with Windows® SharePoint® Services 3.0. Course objectives After completing this course, you will be able to: • Describe how the WSS 3.0 platform helps address collaboration challenges. • Plan the WSS 3.0 installation environment. • Install WSS 3.0. • Identify the most appropriate method to upgrade WSS from 2.0 to 3.0 in a given scenario. • Manage WSS 3.0. MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • Module 0: Introduction 15 Course Outline Module 1: “Introduction to the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Platform” provides the basis for understanding the importance of the WSS 3.0 platform in dealing with collaboration challenges at an organization. This is an overview module. Module 2: “Planning the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Environment” emphasizes the importance of planning and properly scaling the WSS 3.0 deployment. Module 3: “Installing Windows SharePoint Services 3.0” highlights all the tasks involved in performing a clean installation of WSS 3.0 after proper planning. Module 4: “Upgrading from Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 to 3.0” focuses on upgrading WSS from 2.0 to 3.0. This is an optional module. It is kept in this order because of the similarity in steps being performed in this module with respect to Module 3. Module 5: “Managing Windows SharePoint Services 3.0” explains all the tasks required to manage WSS 3.0 servers and sites after installation or upgrade. MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • 16 Module 0: Introduction Setup This section provides the information for setting up the classroom environment to support the business scenario of the course. Virtual Machine Configuration In this course, you will use Microsoft Virtual PC 2004 to perform the hands-on practices and labs. Important: At the end of each lab, you must close the virtual machine and must not save any changes. To close a virtual machine without saving the changes, perform the following steps: 1. On the virtual machine, on the Action menu, click Close. 2. In the Close dialog box, in the What do you want the virtual machine to do? list, click Turn off and delete changes, and then click OK. MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • Module 0: Introduction 17 The following table shows the role of each virtual machine used in this course: Virtual machine Role 5060A-WSS-DC1 The domain controller and DNS server for the Adventure- works.com domain. It is running Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 (SP1) and WSS 3.0 5060A-WSS-SRV1 The domain controller and DNS server for the Adventure- works.com domain. It is running Windows Server 2003 SP1. 5060A-WSS-SRV2 The domain controller and DNS server for the Adventure- works.com domain. It is running Windows Server 2003 SP1 and WSS 3.0. 5060A-WSS-SRV3 The domain controller and DNS server for the Adventure- works.com domain. It is running Windows Server 2003 SP1 and WSS 3.0. 5060A-WSS-SRV4 The domain controller and DNS server for the Adventure- works.com domain. It is running Windows Server 2003 SP1, WSS 3.0, and Microsoft Office Word 2003. 5060A-WSS-SRV-INST-1 The domain controller and DNS server for the Adventure- works.com domain. It is running Windows Server 2003 SP1 and WSS 3.0. 5060A-WSS-SRV-INST-2 The domain controller and DNS server for the Adventure- works.com domain. It is running Windows Server 2003 SP1 and WSS 3.0. 5060A-WSS-SRV-INST-3 The domain controller and DNS server for the Adventure- works.com domain. It is running Windows Server 2003 SP1 and WSS 2.0 with SP2. 5060A-WSS-SRV-INST-4 The domain controller and DNS server for the Adventure- works.com domain. It is running Windows Server 2003 SP1, WSS 3.0, and Microsoft Office Word 2003. Software Configuration The following software is installed on the VM: • Windows Server 2003 with SP1 Course Files There are files associated with the demonstrations, practices, and labs in this course. The files are located on each student computer, in the folder E:Labfiles. Classroom Setup Each classroom computer will have the same virtual machine configured in the same way. MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • 18 Module 0: Introduction Course Hardware Level To ensure a satisfactory student experience, Microsoft Learning requires a minimum equipment configuration for trainer and student computers in all Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning Solutions (CPLS) classrooms in which Official Microsoft Learning Product courseware are taught. This course requires that you have a computer that meets or exceeds hardware level 5, which specifies a 2.4–gigahertz (minimum) Pentium 4 or equivalent CPU, at least 2 gigabytes (GB) of RAM, 16 megabytes (MB) of video RAM, and a 7200 RPM 40-GB hard disk. MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • Module 0: Introduction 19 Demonstration: Using Microsoft Virtual Server Ask if students are familiar with Microsoft Virtual PC. If they are not, spend a few minutes describing how this tool works. Demonstrate how to perform each of the following tasks in Virtual PC. Stress the importance of shutting down the virtual machines and discarding the undo disks. Virtual PC Demonstration In this demonstration, your instructor will help familiarize you with the Virtual PC environment in which you will work to complete the practices and labs in this course. You will learn: • How to start Virtual PC. • How to start a virtual machine. • How to log on to a virtual machine. • How to switch between full screen and window modes. MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007
  • 20 Module 0: Introduction • How to distinguish the virtual machines that are used in the practices for this course. That the virtual machines can communicate with each other and with the host computer, but they cannot communicate with computers that are outside of the virtual environment. (For example, no Internet access is available from the virtual environment.) • How to close Virtual PC. Keyboard Shortcuts While working in the Virtual PC environment, you might find it helpful to use keyboard shortcuts. All Virtual PC shortcuts include a key that is referred to as the HOST key or the RIGHT-ALT key. By default, the HOST key is the ALT key on the right side of your keyboard. Some useful shortcuts include: • RIGHT-ALT+DELETE to log on to the Virtual PC. • RIGHT-ALT+ENTER to switch between full-screen and window modes. • RIGHT-ALT+RIGHT ARROW to display the next virtual machine. For more information about using Virtual PC, see Virtual PC Help. MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED EXPIRES 2/22/2007