Chapter 1: Overview of SharePoint Products and Technologies Administration
Figure 1-1: SharePoint Server provides a full suite of functionality for business.
Figure 1-2: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 builds on and depends on the foundation laid by Windows SharePoint Services.
Figure 1-3: Always add the Central Administration URL to the Intranet zone or Trusted Sites zone in your browser.
Figure 1-4: You must manually configure Portal Site connections to enable breadcrumb trails to the Portal URL.
Figure 1-5: Site collections exist within Web applications. Web applications store their content in associated content databases.
Figure 1-6: A medium server farm introduces SQL Clustering for database redundancy, dedicated Web front-end servers for user requests, and a middle tier of application servers for Excel Calculation Services, Query, and Indexing.
Figure 1-7: Central Administration provides a single location to perform both Windows SharePoint Services and SharePoint Server tasks.
Figure 1-8: Shared Services is a separate and isolated administration interface.
Chapter 2: Deploying SharePoint Products and Technologies
Figure 2-1: To create the first server in a farm, select No, I Want To Create A New Server Farm.