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Chapter 1: Introducing Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server 2007

Figure 1-1: Default portal in SharePoint Server 2007

Chapter 2: Architecture for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

Figure 2-1: The 2007 Microsoft Office system logical architecture
Figure 2-2: Three-tier server farm deployment options with the Office SharePoint Server 2007 physical architecture

Chapter 3: Design Considerations and Deployment

Figure 3-1: SharePoint Server 2007 design life cycle
Figure 3-2: Using a dedicated Web front-end server for indexing content
Figure 3-3: Granular breakout of Excel Calculation Services
Figure 3-4: Site collection container view
Figure 3-5: Securing SQL Server via IPSec
Figure 3-6: Extending an existing Web application
Figure 3-7: Single-server topology
Figure 3-8: Small-farm topology
Figure 3-9: Medium server farm topology
Figure 3-10: Medium server farm topology with redundancy
Figure 3-11: Large server farm topology
Figure 3-12: Content deployment in a multifarm environment

Chapter 4: Multilingual Planning, Deployment, and Maintenance

Figure 4-1: Variation process settings
Figure 4-2: Manually initiating a new variation object
Figure 4-3: Configuring variation labels
Figure 4-4: Managing the variation hierarchy
Figure 4-5: Creating a Translation Management Library
Figure 4-6: Configuring the Add A Workflow page
Figure 4-7: Translatable Column Settings page
Figure 4-8: Export Variation and Import Variation menu options

Chapter 5: Installing Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

Figure 5-1: Enter Product Key page
Figure 5-2: The Installation Types page
Figure 5-3: The first of the advanced options tabs
Figure 5-4: Configuration Wizard Welcome page
Figure 5-5: Farm connection choices
Figure 5-6: Specify Configuration Database Settings page
Figure 5-7: Configuration page for the Central Administration Web application
Figure 5-8: Completing the wizard
Figure 5-9: Advanced page of the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 installation

Chapter 6: Performing Central Administration and Operations Configuration

Figure 6-1: The Central Administration Web site in Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager
Figure 6-2: The Central Administration Home page
Figure 6-3: The default Administrative Tasks list
Figure 6-4: List Settings for the Administrative Tasks list
Figure 6-5: Task properties for the Add Servers To Farm task
Figure 6-6: Viewing the services running on each server
Figure 6-7: Choosing the services running on the server
Figure 6-8: The Central Administration Operations page
Figure 6-9: Additional options for servers in the farm
Figure 6-10: Configuring incoming e-mail
Figure 6-11: Configuring the document library to receive e-mail
Figure 6-12: Configuring the Single Sign-On service
Figure 6-13: Setting the backup job to send only error events to the log
Figure 6-14: Configuring content deployment settings
Figure 6-15: Creating a new Content Deployment path
Figure 6-16: Creating a new Content Deployment Job
Figure 6-17: Choosing the install type for a Web front-end server
Figure 6-18: Specifying an existing configuration database
Figure 6-19: Configuring roles and services on a medium farm
Figure 6-20: Web applications replicated to the Web server
Figure 6-21: Configuring Network Load Balancing
Figure 6-22: Configuring Network Load Balancing with both servers converged and load balanced
Figure 6-23: Central Administration with two Web servers in the Farm Topology view

Chapter 7: Application Management and Configuration

Figure 7-1: The Application Management page in Central Administration
Figure 7-2: Creating a new Web application on the Application Management page
Figure 7-3: Creating a new Web application when creating the SSP
Figure 7-4: Choosing a port and host header
Figure 7-5: Security configuration options for a Web application
Figure 7-6: Creating a load-balanced URL
Figure 7-7: Creating a new application pool
Figure 7-8: Reseting Internet Information Services on the Web servers
Figure 7-9: Specifying the database server and name
Figure 7-10: The search server using the Office SharePoint Server Search service
Figure 7-11: Two worker processes
Figure 7-12: Adding more worker processes
Figure 7-13: A Web garden with four worker processes running
Figure 7-14: Adding a new managed path
Figure 7-15: Creating a site through the site directory on a corporate portal
Figure 7-16: Creating a top-level site collection site from site management
Figure 7-17: Selecting a site collection URL
Figure 7-18: Confirming a site collection deletion
Figure 7-19: Creating a quota template
Figure 7-20: Applying a quota template to a site collection
Figure 7-21: Configuring the HTML viewer service

Chapter 8: Administrating Personalization and Portal Taxonomies

Figure 8-1: SharePoint Server 2007 tree view navigation
Figure 8-2: Navigational editing and sorting editor shown in user interface
Figure 8-3: Home page navigational options
Figure 8-4: Default Home page of the Site Directory
Figure 8-5: Site map
Figure 8-6: Default domain controller for a profile import
Figure 8-7: Choose directory connection type
Figure 8-8: Custom import connections
Figure 8-9: Custom Source profile import selection
Figure 8-10: View User Profiles page in SSP
Figure 8-11: Edit individual user profiles in SSP
Figure 8-12: Including additional profile properties from Active Directory
Figure 8-13: Additional profile property imported to the SharePoint profile database
Figure 8-14: Domain groups with rights to create My Sites
Figure 8-15: My Site creation permissions for NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users
Figure 8-16: User My Site value written to the Active Directory wWWHomePage attribute
Figure 8-17: SharePoint suggested Web Parts for My Home
Figure 8-18: Dynamic population of Colleague Tracker on the My Home page
Figure 8-19: Interlinked colleagues-Memberships We Both Share
Figure 8-20: Adding colleagues to a My Site
Figure 8-21: New HR group on My Colleagues page
Figure 8-22: New colleagues added to Colleague Tracker on My Home
Figure 8-23: Configuring Colleague Tracker alerts
Figure 8-24: Editing Privacy And Grouping options for memberships
Figure 8-25: Configuring Word 2007 for publishing a blog post to a personal blog
Figure 8-26: Blog Post successfully published to My Site personal blog from Word 2007
Figure 8-27: Privacy controls enumerated on the My Profile page
Figure 8-28: Editing user details on a user's My Site
Figure 8-29: Adding user responsibilities and skills from existing values
Figure 8-30: Adding to My Colleagues from People Search results
Figure 8-31: Published link to an Excel client
Figure 8-32: Published link added as an additional tab on a user's My Site
Figure 8-33: Default storage allocation for a user's My Site
Figure 8-34: MySales personalization site integrated into a user's My Site
Figure 8-35: Personalization site filters and connections
Figure 8-36: People search result by social distance and showing My Colleagues
Figure 8-37: People Search Options using profile properties
Figure 8-38: Manage Audiences page
Figure 8-39: Creating an audience
Figure 8-40: Adding an Audience rule
Figure 8-41: View Audience Properties page for a new audience
Figure 8-42: View Audiences
Figure 8-43: Viewing audience membership for a new audience
Figure 8-44: Audience compilation schedule
Figure 8-45: Adress book icon alongside the Target Audiences field
Figure 8-46: Illustration of the KN configuration
Figure 8-47: Illustration of the KN manage members configuration
Figure 8-48: Illustration of the KN manage external contacts configuration
Figure 8-49: Illustration of the KN manage portal features
Figure 8-50: Activating features in the KN Profile Center

Chapter 9: Document Management

Figure 9-1: A SharePoint Server 2007 document library
Figure 9-2: Uploading commands
Figure 9-3: Upload Multiple Documents command
Figure 9-4: Explorer View
Figure 9-5: The Check Out option
Figure 9-6: Versioning settings
Figure 9-7: New column data types
Figure 9-8: Document metadata-editing metadata
Figure 9-9: Document information panel in the 2007 Microsoft Office system
Figure 9-10: Document metadata-adding site columns
Figure 9-11: Creating a new workflow
Figure 9-12: Document workflow-creating a new workflow, second page
Figure 9-13: Document workflow-Workflow Start page
Figure 9-14: Convert Document option
Figure 9-15: Trust Center settings
Figure 9-16: Inserting a signature placeholder
Figure 9-17: Signing a document

Chapter 10: Records Management in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

Figure 10-1: Selecting a content type for an uploaded document
Figure 10-2: A new Records Center site
Figure 10-3: Automatic versioning of records
Figure 10-4: The Missing Properties page
Figure 10-5: The Enable Expiration policy feature
Figure 10-6: The Enable Auditing policy feature
Figure 10-7: The Enable Labels policy feature
Figure 10-8: Records Center-label and barcode
Figure 10-9: The Enable Form Conversion For Archiving policy feature
Figure 10-10: New record series
Figure 10-11: Creating a new hold
Figure 10-12: Searching for documents to hold
Figure 10-13: Adding individual documents to hold
Figure 10-14: Content types taxonomy
Figure 10-15: Configuring the expiration policy
Figure 10-16: Assigning a site collection policy
Figure 10-17: Records Submission-Send To menu
Figure 10-18: New disposition approval workflow
Figure 10-19: View Auditing Reports page
Figure 10-20: Configuring audit settings

Chapter 11: Web Content Management and Publishing Features

Figure 11-1: Site template picker on the Template Selection page
Figure 11-2: Publishing site hierarchy and structure
Figure 11-3: Accessing the Master Page Gallery via the Site Content And Structure page
Figure 11-4: Accessing the Master Page Gallery via the Site Settings page
Figure 11-5: Comparing Master Page Gallery permission inheritance settings
Figure 11-6: Site Content And Structure page
Figure 11-7: Site Navigation Settings page
Figure 11-8: Configure Document Conversions page
Figure 11-9: Cache Profile creation page
Figure 11-10: Site Collection Output Cache Settings page
Figure 11-11: Content Deployment Settings management page
Figure 11-12: Configuring the connection for the publishing path
Figure 11-13: Selecting the destination Web application and site collection
Figure 11-14: Creating a new content deployment job

Chapter 12: Administrating Data Connections

Figure 12-1: High-level architecture of the Business Data Catalog
Figure 12-2: A sample application definition file
Figure 12-3: Add Users/Groups-Business Data Catalog page
Figure 12-4: Shared Services Administration Web page
Figure 12-5: Import Application Definition page
Figure 12-6: Application definition imported successfully with warnings
Figure 12-7: View Application page
Figure 12-8: Deleting the business data catalog application
Figure 12-9: View Entity page
Figure 12-10: Add Action page
Figure 12-11: Business data actions
Figure 12-12: A populated generated profile page of an entity instance
Figure 12-13: Business Data tool pane
Figure 12-14: Business Data Type Picker
Figure 12-15: Business Data type additional column settings
Figure 12-16: User Profile Import-Add Connection Web page
Figure 12-17: Property import mapping
Figure 12-18: Adding a business data content source
Figure 12-19: Metadata Property Mappings Web page
Figure 12-20: Crawled Property Selection dialog box
Figure 12-21: Search Center search business data result set

Chapter 13: Performance Monitoring and Microsoft Operations Manager 2005

Figure 13-1: Windows System Monitor
Figure 13-2: Counter Logs
Figure 13-3: Example of Alert actions
Figure 13-4: Selecting counters
Figure 13-5: Example of System Monitor with multiple counters
Figure 13-6: The Data tab of the System Monitor Properties window
Figure 13-7: The General tab of the System Monitor Properties window
Figure 13-8: Example of a histogram
Figure 13-9: The Administrator Console
Figure 13-10: Operator Console showing the status of a managed SharePoint Server 2007 server
Figure 13-11: Alert details in the Operator Console
Figure 13-12: The Operator Console showing the Tasks pane with an array of troubleshooting tools
Figure 13-13: Operator Console showing an auto-generated Active Directory topology diagram
Figure 13-14: Reporting Console showing a bandwidth utilization report for a selected date range
Figure 13-15: Web Console

Chapter 15: Managing Content Types

Figure 15-1: Multiple document templates per document library
Figure 15-2: Content type configurations
Figure 15-3: Inherited content type model
Figure 15-4: Custom content type group
Figure 15-5: Site and List content type inheritance model
Figure 15-6: Content type ID inheritance model
Figure 15-7: Site settings for access to content type gallery
Figure 15-8: Content Type Gallery custom Litware group
Figure 15-9: New Site Content Type page
Figure 15-10: Content Type Configuration page
Figure 15-11: Add site columns to site content type
Figure 15-12: Adding content types to a document library
Figure 15-13: Selecting from available document templates in a document library
Figure 15-14: Uploading a new document template for a content type
Figure 15-15: Changing the content type order, and setting the default content type
Figure 15-16: New document library View configuration based on content types
Figure 15-17: Associating external documents with existing content types
Figure 15-18: How to access content type metadata in Word 2007
Figure 15-19: Word document original properties
Figure 15-20: Changing workflow settings for the content type
Figure 15-21: Start workflow from associated content type template
Figure 15-22: Defining a workflow
Figure 15-23: Selecting a content type
Figure 15-24: Selecting an additional content type for value
Figure 15-25: Completed workflow
Figure 15-26: E-mail message stored using the default Document content type
Figure 15-27: E-mail format in Announcement content type
Figure 15-28: E-mail and the Event content type
Figure 15-29: Enabling custom search scopes on a site
Figure 15-30: Create Scope configuration page
Figure 15-31: Search Dropdown including content type search scope
Figure 15-32: Advanced Search page including a content type search scope
Figure 15-33: Select content type for a query parameter
Figure 15-34: Search results based on a content type search scope

Chapter 16: Enterprise Search and Indexing Architecture and Administration

Figure 16-1: Edit Relevance Settings page
Figure 16-2: The Configure Search Settings page
Figure 16-3: Manage Content Sources administration page
Figure 16-4: Add Content Source page-upper half
Figure 16-5: Add Content Source page-lower half (Web site content source type is illustrated)
Figure 16-6: Add Crawl Rule configuration page
Figure 16-7: Add Crawler Impact Rule page
Figure 16-8: Edit Shared Services Provider page-lower portion
Figure 16-9: Crawl Log page
Figure 16-10: Log Summary view of the Crawl Log
Figure 16-11: Manage File Types screen
Figure 16-12: Create Scope page
Figure 16-13: Add Scope Rule default page
Figure 16-14: Configuring a folder search scope
Figure 16-15: Document Property Mappings page
Figure 16-16: New Managed Property page
Figure 16-17: Finding the AAA metadata in the schema
Figure 16-18: Listing of the document property categories
Figure 16-19: The View Scopes page
Figure 16-20: The Create Scope Display Group page
Figure 16-21: Search Queries Report page
Figure 16-22: Search Results Report page
Figure 16-23: Creating the Green keyword Best Bet
Figure 16-24: Green folder appearing in the Best Bet Web Part on the results page
Figure 16-25: Add New Tab link in the Edit Page screen for the Search Center Result Set
Figure 16-26: Tabs In Search Results- New Item page
Figure 16-27: Scope configuration options
Figure 16-28: Configuration options for the Search Core Results Web Part
Figure 16-29: People tab for executing queries for people

Chapter 17: Enterprise Search and Indexing Deployment

Figure 17-1: Upper portion of the Manage Search Service page
Figure 17-2: Upper portion of the Manage Farm-Level Search Settings page
Figure 17-3: The Add Crawler Impact Rule page
Figure 17-4: Indexer performance settings
Figure 17-5: A Windows SharePoint Services 3.0-only search implementation
Figure 17-6: Multi-SSP, multi-server illustration
Figure 17-7: Disabling searching on a list
Figure 17-8: The Indexed Columns link

Chapter 18: Administrating Shared Services Providers

Figure 18-1: Editing the properties of shared services
Figure 18-2: Viewing the associated Web applications
Figure 18-3: Shared Services Administration Home page
Figure 18-4: Configuring a My Site naming format
Figure 18-5: Configuring group access to public My Site pages
Figure 18-6: My Site showing additional tabbed links
Figure 18-7: Configuring advanced usage analysis processing
Figure 18-8: Site usage report, showing a report has not run
Figure 18-9: Creating a new rules-based audience
Figure 18-10: Using multiple rules in a single audience
Figure 18-11: Viewing the new SSP
Figure 18-12: Web applications associated with separate SSPs
Figure 18-13: An SSP identified as the parent

Chapter 19: Publishing SharePoint Server 2007 Data to Mobile Devices Through ISA Server 2006

Figure 19-1: Comparison of the three common firewall security implementations
Figure 19-2: A messaging infrastructure deployed with two third-party firewall devices
Figure 19-3: Deploying a SharePoint front-end server in a perimeter network with a back-end SQL server
Figure 19-4: ISA Server as an edge gateway
Figure 19-5: ISA Server 2006 as a compliment to an existing firewall configuration
Figure 19-6: ISA Server 2006 as a back-end firewall
Figure 19-7: Example of alternate access mappings for SharePoint
Figure 19-8: Alternate Access Mappings link in Central Administration
Figure 19-9: Alternate Access Mappings in SharePoint
Figure 19-10: SharePoint mobile URL with the /m switch
Figure 19-11: ISA Server 2006 and SSL tunneling
Figure 19-12: Trusted CAs on a mobile device
Figure 19-13: Illustration of the three available authentication methods
Figure 19-14: Configuring Web listeners for a specific network
Figure 19-15: Selecting an authentication mechanism
Figure 19-16: Selecting the LDAP authentication method
Figure 19-17: ISA Tasks options
Figure 19-18: Publishing Wizard options
Figure 19-19: Server Connection Security page in the New SharePoint Publishing Rule Wizard
Figure 19-20: Internal Publishing Details page of the New SharePoint Publishing Rule Wizard
Figure 19-21: Public Name Details page of the New SharePoint Site Publishing Wizard
Figure 19-22: Select Web Listener page in the New SharePoint Publishing Rule Wizard
Figure 19-23: Authentication Delegation page in the New SharePoint Site Publishing Wizard
Figure 19-24: Alternate Access Mappings in the New SharePoint Site Publishing Wizard
Figure 19-25: Mobile URL with the /m switch appended
Figure 19-26: Certificate warning message in a mobile device
Figure 19-27: Logon screen for mobile users

Chapter 20: Excel Services and Building Business Intelligence Solutions

Figure 20-1: Add Trusted File Location
Figure 20-2: Publish Excel Workbook-Save As Dialog
Figure 20-3: The New Name dialog box for defining parameters
Figure 20-4: The Parameters tab
Figure 20-5: Viewing in a browser
Figure 20-6: Web Access Web Part
Figure 20-7: Key Performance Indicators Web Part
Figure 20-8: Office Data Connection-Excel Services Authentication Settings
Figure 20-9: Excel Services components
Figure 20-10: Scaling Excel Services by using multiple servers
Figure 20-11: Scaling Excel Services by using a farm configuration with two Web front-end servers
Figure 20-12: Scaling Excel Services by using two Excel Calculation Servers
Figure 20-13: Adding a Trusted Data Connection Library

Chapter 21: Administrating Office Forms Server 2007 in Office SharePoint Server 2007

Figure 21-1: The Update.xsl file updates the view .xsl, .xsf, and .xsd files if necessary
Figure 21-2: A list of site collection features
Figure 21-3: Configuring InfoPath Forms Services
Figure 21-4: Managing Web proxy configuration settings
Figure 21-5: InfoPath security-level settings
Figure 21-6: InfoPath browser-compatibility settings
Figure 21-7: Initial InfoPath Publishing Wizard page
Figure 21-8: InfoPath Publishing Wizard URL text box
Figure 21-9: InfoPath Publishing Wizard deployment choices
Figure 21-10: InfoPath Publishing Wizard page for selecting content type
Figure 21-11: InfoPath Publishing Wizard new content type name page
Figure 21-12: InfoPath Publishing Wizard file name and location page
Figure 21-13: Form library Settings menu
Figure 21-14: Form library Settings page
Figure 21-15: Form library Advanced Settings page
Figure 21-16: Adding existing content to a form library
Figure 21-17: Managing form templates
Figure 21-18: InfoPath Publishing Wizard location for administrator-approved form
Figure 21-19: Upload Form Template page
Figure 21-20: Activating the form

Chapter 22: Migrating from Content Management Server 2002 to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

Figure 22-1: Site Navigation Settings page for the migrated Woodgrove Bank sample Content Management Server 2002 application
Figure 22-2: Microsoft Content Management Server Migration link
Figure 22-3: Create Migration Profile page
Figure 22-4: The CMS Area To Analyze page
Figure 22-5: The Select Source Code Files page
Figure 22-6: The Choose Projects To Analyze page
Figure 22-7: The Choose ASP.NET Files To Analyze page
Figure 22-8: The Set User Information For CMS Repository page
Figure 22-9: The CMS Site Analyzer page
Figure 22-10: The Pre-Migration Analyzer page
Figure 22-11: The Report Directory Selection page
Figure 22-12: MCMS Assessment Tool Report workbook
Figure 22-13: CMS Assessment Tool Results-navigating the reports
Figure 22-14: An ASP.NET Control Usage report
Figure 22-15: A CMS Repository Size report

Chapter 23: Upgrading from Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 2.0

Figure 23-1: Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 Virtual Server List
Figure 23-2: The Upgrade tab-Upgrade Earlier Versions
Figure 23-3: The Server Type tab showing the Web Front End and Stand-Alone options
Figure 23-4: Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 binary installation complete
Figure 23-5: Prescan output
Figure 23-6: Preupgrade report _Log.txt file
Figure 23-7: Preupgrade report _Summary.xml file
Figure 23-8: Installing Windows SharePoint Services Language Template Packs
Figure 23-9: Connecting to a server farm
Figure 23-10: Completing the SharePoint Products And Technologies Configuration Wizard
Figure 23-11: The Configuration Successful page
Figure 23-12: The Upgrade Running page
Figure 23-13: The Timer Job Status page
Figure 23-14: Status showing No Job Pending
Figure 23-15: The Finalize Upgrade page
Figure 23-16: Site Content Upgrade Status page
Figure 23-17: Set Target Web Application page
Figure 23-18: Site Collection Upgrade page
Figure 23-19: Services On Server page
Figure 23-20: Finishing the upgrade

Chapter 24: Upgrading from Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2003

Figure 24-1: Portal prior to upgrade
Figure 24-2: Portal upgraded to Collaboration Portal Web site
Figure 24-3: Page layout files for each upgraded Portal Listings that contains content
Figure 24-4: Site directory prior to the upgrade
Figure 24-5: Upgraded site directory
Figure 24-6: SharePoint Portal Server 2003 My Site
Figure 24-7: Upgraded My Site
Figure 24-8: My Site (old)
Figure 24-9: SharePoint Portal Server 2003 server topology
Figure 24-10: Web site properties-ASP.NET tab
Figure 24-11: The Configuration Successful screen showing the name of the configuration database.
Figure 24-12: Upgrade Running page
Figure 24-13: Central Administration-server farm configuration not complete
Figure 24-14: Application event log-List schema changes

Chapter 25: Upgrading Site Customizations and Custom Site Definitions to Microsoft Windows Sharepoint Services 3.0

Figure 25-1: The 60 hive folder
Figure 25-2: STSCONTOSOSALES Custom Site Definition ONET.xml file including a Custom List
Figure 25-3: The WEBTEMP.XML file
Figure 25-4: The FEATURES folder
Figure 25-5: The Contoso Targets custom list
Figure 25-6: The Template Selection page
Figure 25-7: UPGRADE folder
Figure 25-8: Reset To Site Definition option

Chapter 26: Introducing Features

Figure 26-1: Example of Feature enhancement to list toolbar Site Help button
Figure 26-2: Farm-scoped Features shown in the administrative user interface
Figure 26-3: Visual Studio 2005 and IntelliSense association with Windows SharePoint Services schema
Figure 26-4: Adding the SharePoint schema to the Visual Studio .xml file
Figure 26-5: IntelliSense activated showing Feature selection
Figure 26-6: IntelliSense showing the Id attribute in a selection list
Figure 26-7: GUID generation
Figure 26-8: Feature.xml file
Figure 26-9: Toolbar.xml file
Figure 26-10: Menu.xml file
Figure 26-11: Help.aspx page format
Figure 26-12: Site Features page showing the inactive Toolbar And Menu Links Feature
Figure 26-13: Toolbar button shown when the Tool And Menu Links Feature is activated
Figure 26-14: Menu item shown when the Tool And Menu Links Feature is activated
Figure 26-15: Help.aspx page shown in the user interface
Figure 26-16: Stsadm.exe command to reinstall the LinkingExample Feature
Figure 26-17: Feature activation through the administrative user interface
Figure 26-18: Added Solution shown on the Solution Management page
Figure 26-19: Deployment options for the Solution
Figure 26-20: Warning message when deactivating Features through the administrative user interface
Figure 26-21: Attempting to deactivate Features without the required URL parameter
Figure 26-22: Attempting to uninstall an active Feature
Figure 26-23: Attempting to deactivate a Feature after a scope change
Figure 26-24: Deployed Web Part showing activated Features in site

Chapter 27: Using Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007 with Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0

Figure 27-1: The Edit toolbar button
Figure 27-2: The default view of SharePoint Designer 2007
Figure 27-3: The Task Panes menu in SharePoint Designer 2007
Figure 27-4: The Contributor Settings window
Figure 27-5: The Contributor Settings Alert message box
Figure 27-6: Setting constraints by contributor group
Figure 27-7: Setting folder access by contributor group
Figure 27-8: Setting page-creating constraints by contributor group
Figure 27-9: The Page Types dialog box
Figure 27-10: Setting editing rules by contributor group
Figure 27-11: Setting formatting rules by contributor group
Figure 27-12: Setting constraints on image types by contributor group
Figure 27-13: Setting SharePoint-specific constraints by contributor group
Figure 27-14: The Page tab of the New window
Figure 27-15: Default.master page with ContentPlaceHolders controls
Figure 27-16: The Create A New Master Page window
Figure 27-17: The Select A Master Page dialog box
Figure 27-18: The New From Master Page link
Figure 27-19: The CSS tab in the Page Editor Options window
Figure 27-20: A new HTML page in SharePoint Designer 2007
Figure 27-21: The Apply Styles task pane
Figure 27-22: The New Style window
Figure 27-23: The CSS Properties task pane
Figure 27-24: The Manage Styles task pane
Figure 27-25: Square around the edges of a selected style
Figure 27-26: CSS IntelliSense in SharePoint Designer 2007
Figure 27-27: Page tab in the New window
Figure 27-28: Web Site tab showing SharePoint Templates in the New window
Figure 27-29: Data Source Library task pane
Figure 27-30: Database Data Source Properties dialog box
Figure 27-31: The Configure Database Connection Wizard
Figure 27-32: An alert message box
Figure 27-33: Server-side script Data Source Properties window
Figure 27-34: XML Web Service Data Source Properties window
Figure 27-35: Data Source Properties dialog box
Figure 27-36: Linked Data Sources Wizard-step 1
Figure 27-37: Linked Data Sources Wizard-step 2
Figure 27-38: Data Form Web Part
Figure 27-39: Data Source Details task pane
Figure 27-40: Common Data View Tasks action panel
Figure 27-41: XPath Expression Builder dialog box
Figure 27-42: Conditional Formatting task pane
Figure 27-43: Data View Parameters dialog box
Figure 27-44: Common xsl-value-of Tasks action panel
Figure 27-45: Site Summary report in SharePoint Designer 2007
Figure 27-46: The accessibility report in SharePoint Designer 2007
Figure 27-47: The Reports View tab in the Options dialog box

Chapter 28: Implementing Microsoft Windows Workflow Services

Figure 28-1: Source files of a workflow
Figure 28-2: SharePoint Content tab in the New dialog box
Figure 28-3: Defining your new workflow
Figure 28-4: Workflow Parameters dialog box
Figure 28-5: Add Field dialog box
Figure 28-6: Defining date and time information type for a field
Figure 28-7: Define Workflow Lookup dialog box
Figure 28-8: Date Value dialog box
Figure 28-9: Select Users dialog box
Figure 28-10: Define E-mail Message dialog box
Figure 28-11: Workflow Local Variables dialog box
Figure 28-12: Update List Item dialog box
Figure 28-13: Create New List Item dialog box
Figure 28-14: Choose List Item dialog box
Figure 28-15: Workflow Designer page for verifying workflow details
Figure 28-16: The custom activity MyTestActivity is added to the Actions list

Chapter 29: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Web Parts

Figure 29-1: A Web Part page
Figure 29-2: Add Web Parts dialog box
Figure 29-3: Web Part tool pane
Figure 29-4: List View tool pane settings
Figure 29-5: Web Part connections
Figure 29-6: The Colleague Tracker Web Part
Figure 29-7: Site Aggregator Web Part
Figure 29-8: Key Performance Indicators Web Part
Figure 29-9: Date Filter Web Part
Figure 29-10: Summary Link Web Part
Figure 29-11: Content Editor Web Part
Figure 29-12: OWA Web Parts

Chapter 30: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Disaster Recovery

Figure 30-1: Using a dedicated WFE server for content indexing
Figure 30-2: My Site Trusted Host Locations page
Figure 30-3: Two-stage Recycle Bin and configurable options
Figure 30-4: Attaching a content database to a Web application
Figure 30-5: Verifying Central Administration IIS application pool account information
Figure 30-6: Components available in the backup and restore UI
Figure 30-7: Using Windows Server Network Load Balancing
Figure 30-8: SQL clustering with SharePoint Server 2007
Figure 30-9: Using SQL Server transaction log shipping

Chapter 31: Administrating Code Access Security

Figure 31-1: Calculated permissions
Figure 31-2: XML for a custom permission




Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server 2007 Administrator's Companion
MicrosoftВ® Office SharePointВ® Server 2007 Administrators Companion
ISBN: 0735622825
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 299

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