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Sharepoint Administration

SharePoint Administration provides a collection of web-based tools and technologies that help you store, share, and manage digital information within your organization when you use Office 365. This hosted service is ideal for working on projects, storing data and documents in a central location, and sharing information with others. SharePoint sites can help members of your organization work more efficiently and productively.

Whats New in SharePoint 2013

1.1.Installation Changes

1.2. Central Administration

1.3. Service Applications

1.4. Claims and Authentication

1.6.SharePoint Apps

1.7.Workflow Manager

1.8.New User Experience

1.9.Getting Social

Architecture and Capacity Planning

1.1.Thinking Farm

1.2.Additional Server Planning

1.3.Hardware Requirements


1.5.Controlling Deployments

Installing and Configuring SharePoint

1.1.Preparing the Environment

1.2.Logging In and Mounting the File

1.3.Running the Prerequisite Installer

1.4.Adding Forgotten Patches

1.5.Running Setup

1.6.Creating the Farm

1.7.Creating Web Applications and More

. Understanding Service Applications

1.1.A History of Service Applications in SharePoint

1.2.Service Application Fundamentals

1.3.Service Application Administration

1.4.Multi-Tenancy in SharePoint 2013

Claims Authentication and Oauth

1.1.What’s New with Claims and Authorization?

1.2.User Authentication

1.3.Application Authentication

1.4.Server-to-Server Authentication

Administering Sharepoint with Windows Powershell

1.1.Introduction to Windows PowerShell

1.2.Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Management Shell and Other Hosts


1.4.Basic PowerShell Usage

1.5.Using SharePoint Commands

1.6.Some Sample PowerShell Scripts

Configuring Sharepoint for Business Intelligence

1.1.Installing SQL Server Analysis Services

1.2.Creating a Business Intelligence Center

1.3.Configuring Excel Services

1.4.PowerPivot 2012

1.5.SQL Server Reporting Services for SharePoint 2013

1.6.Configuring PerformancePoint Services

1.7.Configuring Visio Services

Configuring Sharepoint for High-Availability Backups

1.1.Determining Your Business Requirements

1.2.Content Recovery

1.3.Backing Up and Recovering from Disaster

1.4.High-Availability Configurations

Managing Sharepoint Developer Solutions and Features

1.1.Defining Solutions and Features

1.2.Understanding Farm Solutions

1.3.Managing Farm Solutions

1.4.Understanding Sandbox Solutions

1.5.Managing Sandbox Solutions

1.6.Understanding Features

1.7.Managing Features

Managing and Configuring Apps

1.1.Understanding the SharePoint 2013 App


1.3.Setting Up an App-Enabled SharePoint Environment

1.4.Managing SharePoint 2013 Apps

Branding Sharepoint

1.1.What Is Branding?

1.2.Branding Considerations

1.3.SharePoint and Publishing

1.4.Components of SharePoint Branding

1.5.What’s New in Branding for SharePoint 2013

1.6.Understanding the SharePoint 2013 Branding Process

1.7.Upgrading Branding to SharePoint 2013

1.8.Controlling Access to SharePoint Branding

Configuring and Managing Enterprise Search

1.1.What’s New in Enterprise Search

1.2.Search Architecture

1.3.Configuring Enterprise Search

1.4.Managing the Search UI

Configuring User Profiles and Social Computing

1.1.What’s New in Enterprise Social?

1.2.Managing and Configuring Profile Synchronization

1.3.Managing and Configuring My Sites

1.4.Managing and Configuring Communities

The Office Web Applications for Sharepoint

1.1.Functionality Overview

1.2.New Features in SharePoint OWA 2013

1.3.Licensing and Versions

1.4.Desktop Enhancements


1.6.Authentication Requirements

1.7.Office Web Apps Configuration Options

Working with Sharepoint Designer

1.1.Introduction to SharePoint Designer 2013

1.2.Overview of the New User Interface

1.3.Managing SharePoint Sites with SharePoint Designer

1.4.Branding with SharePoint Designer 2013

Troubleshooting Sharepoint

1.1.The Unified Logging Service

1.2.The Correlation ID

1.3.The Developer Dashboard

1.4.More Troubleshooting Techniques

1.5.Additional Tools and Resources

Monitoring and Analytics

1.1.Configuring Monitoring in Central Administration

1.2.Using and Configuring the Health Analyzer

1.3.Usage and Health Data Collection

1.4.Timer Jobs in SharePoint 2013

1.5.Search Service Application Monitoring

Configuring and Managing Web Content Management and Internet Sites

1.1.What’s New with WCM?

1.2.Architecting Internet Sites

1.3.Configuring and Creating WCM Internet Sites

1.4.Authoring Content Improvements

Upgrading to SharePoint 2013

1.1.Upgrade Considerations

1.2.Upgrading Content

1.3.Upgrading Site Collections

1.4.Upgrading Service Applications

1.5.Using Third-Party Tools to Migrate Content

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