W


W32 Slammer, 181

WCM. See Web Content Management (WCM)

Web application content database, naming, in SharePoint Services, 36

Web application pools

changing identities, 61, 61–62

creating, 23–24

in SharePoint Server, 45

in SharePoint Services, 33

of extended Web application, 69

identity accounts, creating, 23–24

memory and, 24, 45

security, 23

for SSP, configuring, 190

Web application root, creating site collection at

overview, 36

in SharePoint Server, 43–46, 44

in SharePoint Services, 22, 34, 34–35

Web application service, as default service in SharePoint Services, 55

Web applications. See also Application Management

components of, 68

CPU requirements, 7

creating, 68

in SharePoint Server, 43–46, 44

in SharePoint Services, 31, 31–34

database, in SharePoint Services, 47

extending, 11, 68–70, 69

overview, 12, 12

security, 167–175

antivirus settings, 173

authentication. See authentication

Blocked File Types, configuring, 175

extending, 69–70

farm administrator's group, updating, 62–63, 63

single sign-on (SSO) service, 173–174, 174, 235

serving on isolated hardware, 327, 327

unextending, 70

Web Content Management (WCM), 251–262

converting documents into Web pages, 261–262

customization

Asset Picker, 259–261, 260

HTML Editor field control, 257–259, 258t

page editing toolbar, 256, 256–257

master pages. See master pages

overview, 251

page layouts. See page layouts

Web front-end servers (WFEs)

adding

in SharePoint Server, 331

in SharePoint Services, 326–329, 327

configuring

for incoming e-mails, 59

in SharePoint Server, 42

CPU requirements, 6–7

Excel Calculation Services servers and, 336, 337

excluding specific Web applications, 327, 327

farm topology and, 13, 13–14, 320–325, 320–325

isolation, for security, 182–183, 183

ratio to SQL servers, 324

restoring, 70

SharePoint Server vs. SharePoint Services, 38

Web Part assembly files

adding to Bin directory, 125–128, 126, 127

adding to Web Part gallery, 124–125

importing, 124–128

need to import, 122, 123, 124

Web Part galleries, 121–129

closed, 121

description files and, 122, 123

managing Web Parts in, 121–123, 122

permissions, managing, 123, 123

previewing Web Parts, 122

Server Web Parts gallery, 121

Web Part maintenance view, 128–129, 129

Web Part packages

deploying and retracting on schedule, 124–125

listing all on server, 124

Web Part pages, 113–116

adding Web Parts, 115, 115–116

creating, 113–114

deleting, 113

editing, 114, 114–116

hidden Web Parts, 113, 118

layout, altering, 113

title bar, editing, 114–115

zones, 113, 118

Web Part XML description files, 122, 123

Web Parts, 116–121

adding to Web Parts page, 115, 115–116

connections

allowing, 118

making, 119–121, 120

editing, 117, 117–119

hidden, 113, 118

importing, 116

managing, in Web Part galleries, 121–123, 122

overview, 14, 116

permissions, managing, 123, 123

personalization of, 116, 119

private, 117

shared, 116

varieties, 116–117

Web server role, 56–57

Web Site address, alternate, setting, 108

Web site paths, managing, 32. See also URLs

Web.config file, adding Web Part to, 126, 126–127, 127

WFEs. See Web front-end servers (WFEs)

Wiki Pages Document Library, 104

Wiki Site template, 104

Windows Rights Management Services (RMS), 62

Windows Server 2003

antivirus program, 173

backups, 343, 350, 355, 359, 361

critical counters, 368–369

event logs. See event logs

IP Security Policies, and server security, 182

Network Load Balancing (NLB). See Network Load Balancing (NLB)

as required component, 4, 5, 22

service account log on, 332

trace logs. See trace logs

Web Edition, and SharePoint installation, 22

Windows Server Event Viewer, 363

Windows SharePoint Services. See SharePoint Services 3.0

Word, conversion of Excel files to, 261

work week, regional settings, 87

workbooks, ECS, publishing, 275–279

adding Excel Web Access Web Part to dashboard, 279

options, configuring, 277–278

parameters, defining, 278

publishing process, 275–277, 276, 277

restricting visibility, 277–278

workflows, 131–157

Approval workflow template. See Approval workflow template

availability across lists, 132, 134

canceling, 139

Collect Feedback workflow template, 143, 143

configuring, 143

overview, 132, 133t

Workflow Status page, 143, 143

Collect Signatures workflow template, 144, 144–145

digital signature line, adding, 144, 144

overview, 132, 133t

signing of document, 145

completing, 138–139, 139

configuring, permissions, 133–134

on content type, 162–163

creating new, 133–136, 134

custom, 152–156

availability across lists, 153

creating, 153–156, 154, 155, 156

modifying, 153

state-based, 153

Disposition Approval workflow template, 132, 133t, 151–152, 152

external uses, 74

monitoring and reporting, 156–158

all workflows, 157

single workflow, 156, 157

site collection level, 157, 158

overview, 131–132

settings, in Application Management, 73–74

start options, 132, 135–136

starting, 136, 136–138, 137, 138

templates, standard, 132, 133t

Three-State workflow template. See Three-State workflow template

Translation Management workflow template. See Translation Management workflow template

workspaces, 82–83



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EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
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