How to create a shared folder
Use this procedure to create a shared folder on the network that can receive and hold backed-up data. You can also use this shared folder when you restore data. If you already have a shared folder that serves this purpose, you do not have to perform this procedure. By performing the following procedure, you ensure that you can access the shared folder from the computer that runs Microsoft SQL Server database software and from the computer that hosts the SharePoint Central Administration Web site. If you are backing up by using Central Administration and SQL Server is not running on the same server, the backup folder must be on the same network or on a database server as SharePointServer 2010. If you have a stand-alone installation where both SQL Server and SharePointServer 2010 are running on the same server, you can use a local drive path as the backup folder location. If you are using SQL Server to directly back up a database, such as by using SQL Server Management Studio, the backup folder can be either local or on the network. For best performance, we recommend that you back up to a local folder on the database server and then move or copy the backup files to a network folder.
One of the final feature sets that this walkthrough will cover is the addition of the Office Web Applications (OWA). The Office Web Applications allow for certain documents to be rendered and edited in the browser. The OWA client supports Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents. Users are able to access these types of documents directly in the browser without needing to have the client installed locally. The IT department has already installed the OWA clients on the SharePointserver, and Erika is excited to try them out. OWA utilizes the security permissions configured within SharePoint, so any user that has contribute rights to the site will also have the ability to modify documents using the OWA features.
In the installation process, when the AutoRun starts from the CD or DVD deployment disc, a dialog box (see Figure 4-3) displays. After you enter the product key and it is vali- dated and you’ve accepted the End User License Agreement (EULA), it will ask you to choose the type of server on which MOSS is to be installed. Since you are installing on a standalone server, the choice should be fairly obvious: Choose the Standalone option and click Install Now. Notice that the Standalone option includes the information (shown in Figure 4-3) that this option installs all components on a single machine, including SQL Server 2005 Express. You should also make note of the statement that the standalone ver- sion doesn’t allow for servers to be added to create a server farm.
Availability monitoring for Outlook Web Access (OWA), Outlook Mobile Access (OMA), and Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) function only on front-end servers running Exchange Server 2003. When you select the Enable Front-End server monitoring check box in the Configuration Wizard, availability monitoring is enabled.
Deploying the solution file to SharePoint is a two-step process: First, register the solution in the database. Registration is accomplished from the STSADM command-line utility. To add the wfinspector.wsp file, run the utility like this:
STSADM –o addsolution –filename WFInspector.wsp
Second, once the solution has been added to the solution store you can deploy it from the command line, or you can deploy it using the Central Administration user interface. Find the Solutions Management page by going to Start-- >Administrative Tools-->SharePoint 3.0 Central Administration-->Operations, and in the Global Configuration section clicking Solution management. From there, click one of the listed solutions to see its status and to take action on it—like deploying it.
SharePoint is a very complex platform to setup and operate as well as it is a complex platform to develop applications for. CopyMove for SharePoint 2010 has been tested rigorously with SharePoint Foundation 2010 and SharePointServer 2010 in different configurations. But this does unfortunately not mean that you will never encounter any problems when installing and using CopyMove. Most problems are related to the way SharePoint is configured as well as lack of technical insight into the SharePoint product (it simply takes time, skill and effort to really understand and master SharePoint). On rare occasions, you might encounter a genuine bug in CopyMove when it is faced with special conditions that we have not tested for. In this case, please report the problem and we will do our best to understand, reproduce and fix the problem for you.
The Microsoft Sync Framework (MSF) synchronizes other content, including the structure of the site, views, and list items that are also stored in SharePoint Workspace. .
The MSF provides a number of synch options depending on your activity in the workspace. For example, when you open a workspace, SharePoint Workspace refreshed synchronized tools immediately. If you continue to be active in the workspace, SharePoint Workspace syncs your content with the server every ten minutes. If you have the workspace open but have not been active for a while, SharePoint Workspace syncs the content every twenty minutes. If you do not have the workspace open, SharePoint Workspace syncs the content every fifty minutes.
It is necessary to monitor virtual machines in the farm, as well as virtualization servers, to help ensure that health and performance levels meet both operational standards and service level agreements. System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 provides an end-to-end monitoring and reporting system that you can use to monitor SharePointServer 2010. The monitoring features can help you to understand how the SharePointServer 2010 system is running, analyze and repair problems, and view metrics for the sites. For more details about health monitoring, see Monitor health and performance of a virtual environment (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=217493).
4 Using a Data Form Web Part in SharePoint Online Applications
4.1 About the Data Form Web Part
A Data Form Web Part displays a live and customizable view of a data source. A Data Form Web Part can display data from a wide variety of sources including database queries, XML documents, Web Services, SharePoint, and server-side scripts. You can create and modify a Data Form Web Part using Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007. With SharePoint Designer, you can create data sources as well to be displayed within a Data Form Web Part. When creating a Data Form Web Part, SharePoint Designer will retrieve the data from the data source as Extensible Markup Language (XML) and display the data by using Extensible Style sheet Language Transformations (XSLT).
Only a limited set of language packs are available for SharePoint 2013.
Although a site owner specifies a language ID for a site, some user interface elements such as error messages, notifications, and dialog boxes do not display in the language that was specified. This is because SharePoint 2013 relies on several supporting technologies — for example, the Microsoft .NET Framework, Microsoft Windows Workflow Foundation, Microsoft ASP.NET, and SQL Server — some of which are localized into only a limited number of languages. If a user interface element is generated by any of the supporting technologies that are not localized into the language that the site owner specified for the site, the user interface element appears in English. For example, if a site owner creates a site in Hebrew, and the .NET Framework component displays a notification message, the notification message will not display in Hebrew because the .NET Framework is not localized into Hebrew. This situation can occur when sites are created in any language except the following: Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish.
This module covers the details of options for developing solutions. The module provides decision criteria for the determination of sandbox versus full trust (or a hybrid of the two) deployments. The module also provides details for making decisions about processing including how to address long running operations and how to decide the appropriate processing solutions.
Note: On average, SharePoint content databases experience low I/O demand. But, in terms of utilization, systematic processes such as search crawling and SQL table re-indexing can potentially saturate disk utilization. If the disks are slow, these operations take a significantly longer time to complete. Such considerations must be kept in mind when designing storage for SharePoint.
RSA enVision collects logs from various device types and enables administrators to obtain reports on security-relevant events. RSA enVision monitors events related to the discovery of sensitive information from RSA DLP. It also collects information from third-party systems that scan enterprise networks for vulnerabilities in systems and applications and has visibility into security-relevant events such as logon failures on a given server. RSA enVision administrators can reveal high risk areas in the enterprise by correlating servers that have sensitive information with servers that have vulnerabilities. This visibility helps prioritize security efforts.
For Forms Based Authentication, users could use Alternative emails by changing the email defined in a SQL server database to receive password or password recovery link. In the Alternative E-mail section, select the Enable alternative e-mail checkbox or/and Force user to input the alternative email checkbox.
Figure 7. People Search Result Page
Mining and Discovering Expertise
Users can manually submit or automatically generate a list of colleagues mined from Outlook ® . Automatically generated lists of colleagues are a way of rapidly inferring social relationships throughout the organization, which speeds the adoption and usefulness of people search results. SharePointServer 2010 also infers expertise by automatically suggesting topics mined from the user’s Outlook inbox and suggesting additions to their expertise profile in their My Site. This makes it easy to populate My Site profiles and means that more people have well-populated profiles and get the benefits of this in both search and communities.
SharePointServer 2016 has been designed, developed, and tested with the Microsoft Software as a Service (SaaS) strategy, building on SharePoint Online as its core. Drawing extensively from that experience, SharePointServer 2016 offers you new and improved, highly flexible deployment options. You can choose from a traditional on-premises deployment, a hosted service with Microsoft Office 365 sites powered by Microsoft SharePoint Online, deployment in Azure Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), or a mix of these options with a hybrid approach, empowering you to choose how and when you take advantage of on-premises or cloud-based solutions, all without changing the user experience. Seamless integration with on-premises people experiences and taxonomy ensure a consistent experience within or beyond the firewall.
Computer protection in ESET Security for Microsoft SharePointServer defends your Web server from threats using Real-time file system protection, email client protection and web access protection. In addition to the automatic startup file check, we recommend that you schedule an In-depth scan to run at regular intervals. To create a new scheduled scan, follow the steps below:
Your disaster recovery plan should include backing up SharePoint configuration and content daily. By backing up your SharePoint environment regularly you reduce the possibility of losing data as a result of a power outage, hardware failure, or any number of other events. While performing a backup doesn’t affect the state of your SharePoint environment, it does require significant system resources, which in turn, can have a negative impact on the performance of your environment. For this reason, backups are typically run outside of business hours or when the system sees its lowest demand from end-users.
RAM Caching directly serves content that is cached on the AX and only sends requests to the web serv- er for content that is not cached. RAM Caching can be used with compression on the same virtual port. In this case, compressed objects are cached and served to clients. The RAM Cache can store a variety of static and dynamic content and serve this content instantly and effi ciently to a large number of users. Caching of HTTP content reduces the number of web server transactions and hence the load on the servers. Caching of dynamic content reduces the latency and the computation cost of generating dynam- ic pages by application servers and database servers. Caching can also result in signifi cant reduction in page download time and in bandwidth utilization.
fokotsa Inthaneteng ho rarahana ha a ntse a ho theola litšenyehelo le ho nolofatsa ya taolo ya mesebetsi. Le Windows Server 2012, IT batsamaisi ba na le lisebelisoa hore ba automate le kopanya ho etsa metsoalle dithulaganyo le matlotlo a. E fana ka le tshebetso e ho habonolo amahanya poraefete maru le setjhaba leru ditshebeletso tsa. Le Windows Server 2012 e fana ka haholoanyane, 'me ho molemo, disebediswa tsa ho o tlohang basebedisi ba ho IT mehlodi ya le ditshebeletso ka mose' meleng meeli le bohle le tsa poraefete leru dibaka. Sena se pampiri e fana ka hlahlobisiseng dikarolo tsa Windows Server 2012 hore bebofatsa ho o atlehang haholoanyane le e ka bolokang tjhelete ho etsa metsoalle ya taolo ya.