Getting Started with SharePoint Server 2010 for IT Pros
Posted by Rubel Khan on July 6, 2010
Use these 11 modules to help you learn what Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 can do for you, how it works, how to create a site, and more.
This module introduces Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 capabilities to IT professionals. Concepts covered include document sharing, lists, alerts, team sites, metadata, and more.
This module covers software and hardware requirements, and the basic concepts of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.
This module covers the process of using Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 to create a single server environment for testing.
This module helps you learn about the search capabilities in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. Learn which content sources you can crawl to create an index, how to schedule crawls, and find out about IFilters for third-party file types.
This module covers new backup features in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. It teaches you how to back up your content not only by using the user interface, but also by using Windows PowerShell. You will also learn how to restore content from an unattached database.
This module helps you create the first site on a SharePoint farm by using Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. Learn how to create Web applications, site collections, and Web sites.
This module covers security in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. The module includes how to give users permissions to the content, as well as who can access Central Administration and manage the service applications.
This module covers Windows PowerShell basics and how administrators can manage Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 by using cmdlets.
This module covers performance-related tools to manage resources, troubleshoot problems, and increase performance in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.
In this module, we take a look at the upgrade process and options available to go from Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 to SharePoint Server 2010.
Explore how SharePoint 2010 provides services in a flexible and scalable architecture. Service applications are not just for SharePoint Server; SharePoint Foundation has the architecture as well.