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  • 1.
    • By: Usman Zafar Malik
      • [ MCTS : Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007]
      • [ MCTS : Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 3.0]
      • [ MSBMSS : Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0/4.0]
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    • Overview of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
    • Core Components of MOSS 2007
    • Logical Architecture of MOSS 2007
    • Physical Architecture of MOSS 2007
    • Administrative Architecture of MOSS 2007
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    • Six pillars of MOSS
      • Collaboration
      • Portal
      • Search
      • Web & Enterprise Content Management
      • Forms Driven Business Process
      • Business Intelligence
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    • Help keep teams connected and productive by providing easy access to the people, documents, and information users need to make more well-informed decisions within their jobs.
    • Features:
    • Includes documents, tasks, and calendars
    • Blogs and wikis
    • E-mail integration
    • Outlook integration
    • RSS Feeds
    • Document workspace
    • Meeting workspaces
    • Team site
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    • These are especially useful for designing, deploying, and managing enterprise intranet portals, corporate Internet presence Web sites, and divisional portal sites.
    • Features:
    • Enterprise Portal template
    • My Site personal site
    • RSS
    • Privacy and security { Use authorizations to control visibility of information in a My Site public view.}
    • Audience Targeting
    • Site Manager
    • Integration with SharePoint Designer, Office 2007.
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    • Consistent and familiar search experience, increased relevance of search results, new functions to search for people and expertise, ability to index and search data in line-of-business applications (Business Data Catalogue), and improved manageability and extensibility.
    • Features:
    • User Interface {Easy to manage Search configuration from Web Interface}
    • People and business data search
    • Content Sources
    • Indexing Management
    • Content Scopes
    • Extensibility and Programmability
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    • It provides core document management functionality
      • Major and minor versioning.
      • Check-in/check-out document locking.
      • Rich descriptive metadata
      • Workflow
      • Content type–based policies, auditing
      • Role-based-access controls at the document library, folder, and individual document levels.
    • Features:
    • Integration with Microsoft Information Rights Management (IRM)
      • Helps ensure that access rights applied to Microsoft Office documents in a central library travel with the documents, even when they are downloaded from the library.
    • Retention and auditing policies.
    • Page Layouts
    • Site variations
    • Business document processing
    • Web content management and publishing
    • Records management
    • Policy management
    • Multilingual publishing
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    • Microsoft Office InfoPath Forms Services available in Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Microsoft Office Forms Server 2007 make it possible to design Web-capable forms in Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007 and distribute them on corporate intranets, extranets, or the Internet.
    • Features:
    • “ Design Once” development model
    • Centralized Forms management and control
    • Compatibility Checker
    • Pluggable Single Sign-On (SSO)
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    • Provide business intelligence (BI) capabilities to everyone, so they can share, control, and reuse business information in order to make better business decisions.
    • Features:
    • Integrated, flexible spreadsheet publishing
    • Share, manage and control spread sheets
    • Web based business intelligence using Excel Services
    • Data Connection Libraries
    • Business Data Catalogue
    • Integrated business intelligence dashboards
    • Report Center
    • Key Performance Indicators (KPI) Filter Webparts
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    • Some features of Platform Services
      • Storage
        • Storage services offers Metadata and context to the raw data which is stored in the database.
          • Metadata
          • Versioning
          • Backup
          • Recycle Bin
      • Security
        • Pluggable Authentication
        • Rights and Roles
        • Folder/Item Level Security
      • Management
        • Central Administration
      • Site Modal
        • Templates
        • Navigation
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    • Single Server
    • Small Server Farm
    • Medium Server Farm
    • Large Server Farm
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    • Server Farm Level Administrator
    • Shared Service Level Administrator
    • Site Level Administrators
    • Division in roles at user level
  • 20.
    • Installation of MOSS 2007
    • Configure Site Management
    • Configure Users & Groups
    • Configure Personalization
    • Configure Alerts
    • Configure Single Sign-On (SSO)
  • 21.
    • Hardware Requirements
      • Front-end web server and Application server computers
      • RAM  At least 2 GB RAM
      • Clock Processor Speed  2 GHz
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    • Software Requirements
      • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 (Standard, Enterprise, Datacenter, or Web Edition) with Service Pack 1 (SP1)
      • Microsoft .Net Framework 2.0
      • Microsoft .Net Framework 3.0
      • Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) in IIS 6.0 worker process isolation mode.
      • Each of the computers must be using the NTFS file system.
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    • Back-end Database Server Requirements
      • Microsoft SQL Server 2005 or Microsoft SQL Server 2000 with Service Pack 3 (SP3) or later.
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    • Back-end Database Server Requirements
      • Microsoft SQL Server 2005 or Microsoft SQL Server 2000 with Service Pack 3 (SP3) or later.
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    • Back-end Database Server Requirements
      • Microsoft SQL Server 2005 or Microsoft SQL Server 2000 with Service Pack 3 (SP3) or later.
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    • Back-end Database Server Requirements
      • Microsoft SQL Server 2005 or Microsoft SQL Server 2000 with Service Pack 3 (SP3) or later.
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    • Site Manager unifies site management tasks for portals and web sites, including management of areas, pages, listings, SharePoint site lists.
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    • Manage the Site from Central Administration.
      • Configure the Shared Service Provider (SSP) of Site.
      • Configure the Site Search from SSP Site through central administration.
      • Enable the Anonymous access option for site
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    • Manage the Site through Site Manager.
      • Can view/open all the lists and libraries of site from site manager. Perform different actions respectively like upload items in the list, check-out/ check-in publish item from site manager.
    • Manage the Site through Site Settings.
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    • Manage the Site through Site Settings
      • All the settings are related to specific site.
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    • Actual Permission Roles
      • Full control  Has full control.
      • Design  Can view, add, update, delete, approve and customize.
      • Contribute  Can view, add, update and delete.
      • Read  Can view only.
      • Limited access  Can view specific lists, document libraries, list items, folders or documents when given permissions.
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      • Approve  Can edit and approve pages, list items, and documents.
      • Manage hierarchy  Can create sites and edit pages, list items, and documents.
      • Restricted read  Can view pages and documents, but cannot view historical versions or review user rights information.
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    • Add/edit, delete the user/group w.r.t. user roles and rights.
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  • 43. "My Site" and "User Profile" are two corner stone's of Personalization in MOSS 2007
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    • The whole theme is to let users have their own space/site such that they can, publish and maintain information, which can be share with other users.
    • Main idea behind personalization is to, let users have a personal page or some similar space, on the portal, where they can share information that they want to, and other colleagues and even outsiders can access it.
  • 45.
    • Share Point Server 2007 provides personalization in the form of My Site, and user details are store in what is called User Profiles.
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    • My Site : Site for Every User Share.
      • This is dedicated to every individual user in moss. Where they can share their information with their colleagues in the form of blogs etc.
      • My Site concept is used in intranet portals rather than internet portals, because on internet portals we allow the anonymous access to user, so there is need over here to access users to create their my site.
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    • User Profile .
      • The user profile acts like a store, it contains Name, Email, Mobile Number etc.
      • The information can be retrieved from Active Directory , in fact LDAP is supported , or , you can chose from any arbitrary source as long as , it can be accessible via Business Data Catalog (DBC).
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    • You can create alerts for other users! Just navigate to a list or document library, and from the “ Actions” menu choose the “ Alert Me” item.
    • You can specify multiple user names, or email addresses in alerts.
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    • Following Step need to perform…
    • Create the SSO service account.
      • This is the account that the service will run under.
    • Create the SSO groups.
      • These groups are used to control who has the ability to administer SSO (export the master key) and who has the ability to manage it (add/remove application definitions.)
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    • Configure the SSO Service.
      • Set SSO to start and get it to use the service account.
    • Configure SQL Server.
      • Authorize the SSO service account to SQL server.
    • Manage SSO.
      • Setup SSO in MOSS including the groups and the database.
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    • Manage the encryption key.
      • Create the encryption key that will be used for protecting the username and password information on the system.
    • Manage settings for enterprise application definitions.
      • Define what initial applications SSO will be setup to manage passwords for.
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    • Make sure that user should be logged in with the account on which we are configuring SSO service account.
    • The respective user should be added in the form administrator group of SharePoint.
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    • Configure Search Center
    • Configure Search Settings
    • Managed vs Crawled Properties
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    • Crawled Properties
      • It is discovered by search index service component when crawling the content.
    • Managed Properties
      • It is mapped by administrator from crawled to managed property to make a part of user search experience.
      • Managed properties needs a full crawl for corrects search results to appear.
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    • <PropertyDef Name=&quot;MyTextManageProperty&quot; DataType=&quot;text&quot; DisplayName=&quot;MyTextManageProperty&quot;/>
    • <PropertyRef Name=&quot;MyTextManageProperty&quot; />
  • 85.
    • From Microsoft Help
    • From Other Good Sites Links
    • Self Study
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