List of Tables

Chapter 1: Introducing Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server 2007

Table 1-1: SharePoint Server 2007 Feature Areas
Table 1-2: Targeting Information to Users Using My Site

Chapter 3: Design Considerations and Deployment

Table 3-1: Suggested Staffing Recommendations
Table 3-2: SQL Permissions

Chapter 4: Multilingual Planning, Deployment, and Maintenance

Table 4-1: Product Languages and Language Template Packs

Chapter 5: Installing Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

Table 5-1: Feature Comparison
Table 5-2: Accounts Required by an SharePoint Server 2007 Farm Installation

Chapter 6: Performing Central Administration and Operations Configuration

Table 6-1: Common Administrative Tasks Available in SharePoint Server 2007
Table 6-2: Five Default Services Roles
Table 6-3: Configuring the Directory Management Service
Table 6-4: Information Management Policies

Chapter 7: Application Management and Configuration

Table 7-1: Site Collection Template Choices
Table 7-2: Web Application Settings

Chapter 8: Administrating Personalization and Portal Taxonomies

Table 8-1: Categories by Card Sorting
Table 8-2: User Profiles and My Sites Administrative Settings in SSP
Table 8-3: Examples of LDAP Search Filters
Table 8-4: Profile Property Visibility Options
Table 8-5: My Site Private and Public Views
Table 8-6: New My Site, My Home Web Part Population
Table 8-7: User Profile Property Settings in My Site User Details
Table 8-8: Sample Audience Rule Settings

Chapter 9: Document Management

Table 9-1: Document Management Site Templates
Table 9-2: Column Data Types
Table 9-3: Content Removed by Document Inspector

Chapter 10: Records Management in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

Table 10-1: File Plan Elements
Table 10-2: Sample File Plan
Table 10-3: Records Center Required Rights
Table 10-4: Records Repository Web Service Methods

Chapter 11: Web Content Management and Publishing Features

Table 11-1: Additional Permission Levels in Publishing Sites
Table 11-2: Additional SharePoint Groups in Publishing Sites
Table 11-3: Publishing Terminology Changes

Chapter 12: Administrating Data Connections

Table 12-1: Authentication Models: Trusted Subsystem vs. Impersonation and Delegation
Table 12-2: Relationship Between Authentication Models and Modes
Table 12-3: BDC Permissions
Table 12-4: Business Data Web Parts

Chapter 13: Performance Monitoring and Microsoft Operations Manager 2005

Table 13-1: Monitoring Options
Table 13-2: Key Monitoring Scenarios

Chapter 15: Managing Content Types

Table 15-1: Content Type Configurations
Table 15-2: Default Content Types and Groups
Table 15-3: Permissions to Create and Modify Content Types
Table 15-4: Content Type Settings

Chapter 16: Enterprise Search and Indexing Architecture and Administration

Table 16-1: Feature Comparison between Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and SharePoint Server 2007
Table 16-2: Content Source Types and Associated Options
Table 16-3: Overview of Query Terms and Usage

Chapter 18: Administrating Shared Services Providers

Table 18-1: The SSP Property Options
Table 18-2: SSP Usage Reporting Options

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

Table 19-1: Pros and Cons of the Three Common Firewall Implementations

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

Table 21-1: Files Inside an InfoPath .xsn File
Table 21-2: Additional Configuration Options
Table 21-3: Form Deployment Choices
Table 21-4: Forms Server Controls
Table 21-5: Browser Support Level Feature Notes
Table 21-6: Browser Support Matrix Based on Table 21-5 Levels

Chapter 23: Upgrading from Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 2.0

Table 23-1: Supported Topologies

Chapter 24: Upgrading from Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2003

Table 24-1: Upgrade Alternatives and Tradeoffs

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

Table 25-1: Comparison of Site Definitions in WSSv2 and WSSv3
Table 25-2: Steps for Upgrading WSSv2 Custom Site Definitions to WSSv3 Custom Site Definitions.
Table 25-3: Features Required to Upgrade Your Custom Site Definition

Chapter 26: Introducing Features

Table 26-1: Feature.xml Attributes
Table 26-2: Elements
Table 26-3: Administering Features Through the User Interface
Table 26-4: Element Scoping
Table 26-5: Methods for Managing Feature Deployment and Life Cycle
Table 26-6: Feature Stsadm.exe Commands
Table 26-7: Permissions to Activate and Deactivate Features
Table 26-8: Examples of Synchronous and Asynchronous Events

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

Table 27-1: Views in SharePoint Designer 2007
Table 27-2: Overview of Content Placeholders
Table 27-3: Master Page Toolbar Functions
Table 27-4: Style Application Toolbar Functions

Chapter 28: Implementing Microsoft Windows Workflow Services

Table 28-1: Workflow Development Tools Differences

Chapter 29: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Web Parts

Table 29-1: Appearance
Table 29-2: Layout Properties
Table 29-3: Advanced Properties
Table 29-4: Data Types
Table 29-5: OWA Web Parts

Chapter 30: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Disaster Recovery

Table 30-1: Disaster Recovery Methods for SharePoint Server 2007

Chapter 31: Administrating Code Access Security

Table 31-1: Security Permissions Overview

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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