Configure farm settings (SharePoint Foundation 2010)
Applies to: SharePoint Foundation 2010
Topic Last Modified: 2010-01-05
After the initial installation of Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010, you can configure several additional settings. Some of these settings include configuring usage and health data collection to ensure that you collect relevant data to analyze, configuring several diagnostic logging settings to help with troubleshooting, and configuring a mobile account so that users can receive alerts by means of Short Message Service (SMS) when changes have been made in a SharePoint list or item. The configuration of additional settings is optional, but many key features are not available unless these settings are configured.
The articles in this section describe how you configure the server farm.
This article describes how to configure usage and health data collection in SharePoint Foundation 2010.
This article describes how to configure diagnostic logging that might be required after initial deployment or upgrade and possibly throughout the system’s life cycle.
This article describes how to configure incoming and outgoing e-mail in the server farm.
This article discusses how to configure and manage a mobile account for SharePoint Foundation 2010 to enable users to subscribe to alerts that are sent by using Short Message Service (SMS).
This article describes how to install and configure Remote BLOB Storage (RBS) for a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 database server that supports a Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 farm.