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White papers and book excerpts for Windows SharePoint Services 2.0

SharePoint 2003

Updated: 08-22-2005

Use the links in this article to download white papers about Windows SharePoint Services. Many of these white papers are sample chapters from the Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Resource Kit (ISBN 0-7356-1881-X), which includes a companion CD-ROM, from Microsoft Press.

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Plan

Architecting SharePoint Products and Technologies for Operating System Topologies   This is a sample chapter from the Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Resource Kit. The latest versions of Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies have specific requirements for software and for domain membership. Both Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server and Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services must be installed on Microsoft Windows Server 2003, and most, but not all, configurations require that the server running either of these applications be a member of a domain. Of course, all features are available if the domain is a Windows Server 2003 domain, but what if a network environment does not have a Windows Server 2003 domain? (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=102178&clcid=0x409)

Security Architecture for SharePoint Products and Technologies   This is a sample chapter from the Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Resource Kit. Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies security is layered on top of, and depends on, the security of underlying products and technologies such as ASP.NET, Internet Information Services (IIS), SQL Server 2000, and Windows Server 2003. It is vital to implement a layered approach to security, often referred to as defense-in-depth. In this chapter, we will focus on authentication, authorization, code access security, and communication security in SharePoint Products and Technologies.

(http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=102177&clcid=0x409)

Information Security Policies for SharePoint Products and Technologies   This is a sample chapter from the Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Resource Kit. The purpose of this chapter is to outline those types of policies that should be considered when implementing either Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services or Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003. Our purpose is not to write the policies for you or even to give you a sample set of policies from which to work, but rather to highlight the types of policies that will be affected when implementing SharePoint Products and Technologies. (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=102185&clcid=0x409)

Deploy

Deploying Medium and Large Server Farms   This is a sample chapter from the Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Resource Kit. This chapter discusses how to deploy a medium or large server farm. The majority of the chapter consists of step-by-step instructions that can be used as a guide for deploying a farm. This chapter should be viewed as a getting-started guide for building a medium or large server farm. It will cover everything necessary for building both a medium server farm and a larger server farm. It will also contain instructions for how to migrate from a medium farm to a large farm. (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=102180&clcid=0x409)

Microsoft Outlook 2003 Integration with SharePoint Products and Technologies   This is a sample chapter from the Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Resource Kit. This chapter discusses the many ways in which Outlook 2003 and SharePoint Products and Technologies work together. (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=102190&clcid=0x409)

Integrating Exchange Server 2003 with SharePoint Products and Technologies   This is a sample chapter from the Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Resource Kit. Although Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies does not require any particular mail server, the tightest integration is available with Microsoft Exchange Server 2003. Web Parts distributed with Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003 can display a user’s Inbox folder, Tasks folder, a list of upcoming appointments from the Calendar folder, or the contents of any other mailbox folder. (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=102191&clcid=0x409)

Integration Guide for Microsoft Office 2003 and Windows SharePoint Services   This article describes the integration points between Microsoft Office 2003 and Windows SharePoint Services. (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=102192&clcid=0x409)

Setting up Windows SharePoint Services as a Collaborative File Store   Storing files in Windows SharePoint Services document libraries provides many advantages over storing files in simple network file shares. This document provides guidelines for moving files from existing network file shares and into document libraries. (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=102193&clcid=0x40)

Maintain

Disaster Recovery in SharePoint Products and Technologies   This is a sample chapter from the Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Resource Kit. What do you do when things go wrong? Really, really wrong. You should not wait to ask yourself this question when you are in need of an immediate answer. The most important thing in solving critical problems is to think ahead and record your problem-resolving strategy in a disaster recovery plan. Before you can do that, you must be aware of the problem-solving tools available. This chapter covers operational tasks common in disaster recovery scenarios using the native tools provided by Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003 and Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services. In addition, this chapter discusses how to leverage SQL Server backup and restore processes to safeguard your data in SharePoint Products and Technologies solutions. (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=75165&clcid=0x409)

Usage Analysis Tools in SharePoint Products and Technologies   This is a sample chapter from the Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Resource Kit. Usage analysis allows you to track how websites on your server are being used. The Internet Information Services (IIS) log and usage analysis logs from Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services and Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server can provide a realistic picture of how a portal site is used in each company. The viewing and managing of these logging mechanisms will be discussed in this chapter. (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=102187&clcid=0x409)

Using Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 to Customize SharePoint Product and Technologies Sites   This is a sample chapter from the Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Resource Kit. Customizing your SharePoint site using Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 can be done without coding, a degree in Web design, experience with XML or XSLT, or an understanding of database technologies. The WYSIWYG authoring environment combined with dynamic Web templates, auto-updating data views, prebuilt Web Parts, and Web connectors and built-in conditional formatting capabilities streamline the Web design and development process. With FrontPage 2003, site administrators and even end users themselves can rapidly extend and customize their SharePoint sites in hours—rather than days or weeks. (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=102188&clcid=0x409)

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