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  • Module 3: Installing Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
  • Overview
    • Performing a Clean Installation of Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
    • Installing and Configuring the Central Administration Site
    • Creating and Configuring Sites
  • Lesson 1: Performing a Clean Installation of Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
    • Hardware and Software Requirements
    • Security Requirements
    • Practice: Installing WSS 3.0
  • Hardware and Software Requirements Details Requirement
    • Dual-processor with minimum processor clock speeds of 2.5 gigahertz
    • 1 gigabyte of random access memory (RAM)
    Hardware
    • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 with NTFS file system
    • Microsoft Internet Information Services 6.0
    • Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0
    • ASP.NET 2.0
    • Microsoft SQL Server 2000 with SP4
    Software
  • Security Requirements
    • Select the type of authentication for the SharePoint Central Administration
    • Create service accounts to install WSS 3.0 and run services on the server
  • Practice: Installing WSS 3.0
    • Install WSS 3.0
  • Lesson 2: Installing and Configuring the Central Administration Site
    • The Process of Configuring Sites
    • Demonstration: How to Install the Central Administration Site
    • Considerations for Installing the Central Administration Site
    • Demonstration: How to Configure Services on the WSS 3.0 Server
    • Considerations for Configuring Services on the WSS 3.0 Server
  • The Process of Configuring Sites Install the Central Administration site Configure services on the WSS 3.0 server Create a Web application Create a site collection Start the WSS Search service Configure alternate access mappings
  • Demonstration: How to Install the Central Administration Site
    • In this demonstration, you will see how to:
    • Install the Central Administration site
  • Considerations for Installing the Central Administration Site
    • Determine whether to:
    • Connect to an existing server farm
    • Use the name of the local machine as the database server for the server farm
    • Use the default configuration database name
    • Use a service account or a regular user account
    • Use the default port number to configure the Central Administration site
    • Use NTLM or Kerberos authentication type
  • Demonstration: How to Configure Services on the WSS 3.0 Server
    • In this demonstration, you will see how to:
    • Configure outgoing e-mail settings
    • Configure diagnostic logging settings
  • Considerations for Configuring Services on the WSS 3.0 Server
    • Determine:
    • The order of performing the administrative tasks
    • Whether to configure all WSS services on a single server
    • Whether to use an alternative Reply-to e-mail address
    • Whether to use the default character set for your e-mail messages
    • Whether to use the default values for tracing logs
  • Lab 3A: Installing and Configuring the Central Administration Site
    • Exercise 1: Installing the Central Administration Site
    • Exercise 2: Configuring Services on the WSS 3.0 Server
  • Lab 3A: Discussion
    • In your current organization, do you use service accounts or user accounts to configure WSS, and why?
    • Why would you want to use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) for a site that is not exposed to the Internet?
    • What is the purpose of the Operations and Application Management sections on the Central Administration site?
    • Would you consider making the Central Administration site accessible from the Internet? If yes, what precautions would you take?
    • What is the benefit of configuring diagnostic logging settings in your organization?
  • Day 1: Summary
    • What challenges in your workplace are you now considering for using WSS 3.0 after reviewing the WSS capabilities in Module 1?
    • Considering the worksheets available for WSS 3.0 deployment, do you feel confident of deploying WSS in your organization and of its performance based on your organizational needs? If not, then what can be improved to organize your planning efforts?
    • Do you feel that you can install and configure WSS 3.0 and the Central Administration site in your workplace? If not, then what can be improved in the configuration process?
  • Lesson 3: Creating and Configuring Sites
    • Demonstration: How to Create a Web Application
    • Considerations for Creating a Web Application
    • Demonstration: How to Create a Site Collection
    • Considerations for Creating a Site Collection
    • Demonstration: How to Start the Windows SharePoint Services Search Service
    • Considerations for Starting the Windows SharePoint Services Search Service
    • Demonstration: How to Configure Alternate Access Mappings
    • Considerations for Configuring Alternate Access Mappings
  • Demonstration: How to Create a Web Application
    • In this demonstration, you will see how to:
    • Create a Web application
  • Considerations for Creating a Web Application
    • Determine whether to :
    • Create a new Web application or extend an existing Web application
    • Use the default port for the Web application
    • Use the NTLM or Negotiate (Kerberos) authentication method
    • Use network load balancing
    • Use an existing application pool
    • Use Windows or SQL authentication
  • Demonstration: How to Create a Site Collection
    • In this demonstration, you will see how to:
    • Create a site collection
  • Considerations for Creating a Site Collection
    • Determine:
    • Whether the site collection you are creating is the first site collection
    • The site collection administrator
    • Whether the site collection should use all the available storage space
  • Demonstration: How to Start the Windows SharePoint Services Search Service
    • In this demonstration, you will see how to:
    • Start the WSS Search service
  • Considerations for Starting the Windows SharePoint Services Search Service
    • Determine:
    • The service account under which you want the WSS Search service to run
    • Whether to use the default settings for the database server, database name, and database authentication
    • How frequently WSS should configure the indexing schedule
  • Demonstration: How to Configure Alternate Access Mappings
    • In this demonstration, you will see how to:
    • Configure alternate access mappings
  • Considerations for Configuring Alternate Access Mappings
    • Determine the:
    • Web application that you want to modify for configuring alternate access mappings
    • URL to access the Web application
    • URL for the server that you want to map to the Web application
  • Lab 3B: Creating a Web Application and Site Collection
    • Exercise 1: Creating a Web Application
    • Exercise 2: Creating a Site Collection
    • Exercise 3: Verifying the Windows SharePoint Services Search Service
    • Exercise 4: Configuring Alternate Access Mappings
  • Lab 3B: Discussion
    • When extending a WFE on a farm, do you need to create the Web application?
    • How would you determine to create new site collections and sites under a site collection? List the differences between site collections and the sites under a site collection.
    • If you did not deploy the WSS Search service during WSS installation, what impact would it have on the user?
    • After configuring the alternate access mappings for the Extranet zone, how would you expose the site to the extranet in your organization?