Site and site collection administration (SharePoint Foundation 2010)
Applies to: SharePoint Foundation 2010
Topic Last Modified: 2010-04-23
A Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 site collection is a hierarchical site structure that is made up of one top-level site and sites below it. This top-level Web site can have multiple subsites, and each subsite can have multiple subsites, for as many levels as required. Top-level Web sites and subsites allow different levels of control over the features and settings for sites.
In this section:
These articles explain how to create and delete site collections, how to manage site collection administrators, and how to use quota templates to manage site collection storage limits.
These articles explain how to determine when to lock or unlock sites, and how to use site usage data to determine whether an unused Web site should be deleted.
These articles help you prepare to manage security for Web Parts pages and controls.