Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Administrator's Companion Mixed media product
Get your mission-critical collaboration and information-management systems up and running with this essential, single-volume guide.
This comprehensive reference details features and capabilities of SharePoint Server 2007.
It delivers the easy-to-follow procedures, practical workarounds, and key troubleshooting tactics you need for on-the-job results.
Discover how to: * Install and deploy SharePoint Server 2007 * Configure server farms and define a farm topology * Create and manage content libraries, records repositories, and document workflows * Manage enterprise search and indexing features * Develop and implement an information security policy * Configure other server platforms to work with SharePoint Server 2007 * Create a Business Data Catalog and manage data connections to other applications * Monitor and fine-tune system performance * Apply best practices for backup and recovery CD features: * Fully searchable eBook * Code samples and additional resources For customers who purchase an ebook version of this title, instructions for downloading the CD files can be found in the ebook.
- Format: Mixed media product
- Pages: 1200 pages, illustrations
- Publisher: Microsoft Press,U.S.
- Publication Date: 10/01/2007
- Category: Computer networking & communications
- ISBN: 9780735622821
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Review by aethercowboy
This books is for SharePoint Administrators who want to know simply every little thing they can about SharePoint administration. To everyone else, it's boring, and quite a bit of information which borders at time in the "too much" zone.At times, I was toiling through each novel-length chapter, trying to reach that glorious signal of the end: "Summary." While the book was informative, I found the writing to be dry, and not really captivating like the computer and technical books I normally read. So, in the end, I was left unimpressed by this massive volume. Perhaps if SharePoint were more central to my life, I would have devoured this book, but as it's only an aspect on the periphery, my time is better spent reading interesting (to me) books about interesting (to me) topics.