Microsoft® SharePoint® Foundation 2010: Level 2
Course SpecificationsCourse number: 084697
Course length: 2.0 day(s)
Course DescriptionCourse Objective: You will manage site collections and site components as a site collection
administrator and as a site administrator.
Target Student: This course is designed for individual contributors or departmental
staff in a variety of job roles, such as administrative assistants, functional
or operations managers, with basic SharePoint skills, and who have the responsibility
for managing SharePoint sites as an enabling technology within their workgroups,
not necessarily IT tech professionals.
Prerequisites: The following Element K course or equivalent experience
Foundation 2010: Level 1
Hardware RequirementsYou will need two classroom servers and sufficient client
computers for all students in the class, plus one client computer for the
instructor. For each of these machines, the following hardware requirements
are the minimum suggested for this course:
- 64-bit, four-core processor, 2.5 GHz minimum per core is required
for installing the Windows Server 2008 where Microsoft SharePoint Foundation
2010 will be installed.
- Pentium IV 1 GHz CPU or higher for client systems.
- Minimum of 1 GB of RAM for each client computer.
- 4 GB RAM for single Windows 2008 Server installation and 4
GB RAM for Windows Server 2003 installation.
- 80 GB of free hard disk space for installation of the Windows
Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008.
- 40 GB or larger hard-disk drive for each student and instructor
- CD-ROM or DVD drive.
- VGA or higher video.
- Keyboard and mouse.
- You need to have an Internet connection because some of the
software components are installed from the Internet.
Each computer requires the following software:
- Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 2
- Internet Explorer 8.0
- The 64-bit edition of Windows Server 2008 Enterprise with
SP2. If you are running Windows Server 2008 without SP2, the Microsoft SharePoint
Products and Technologies 2010 Preparation Tool installs Windows Server 2008
- SharePoint Foundation 2010
- Microsoft .NET Framework version 3.5 SP1
- Internet Explorer 8.0
- Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional
- Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5, with Service Pack 1 installed
- Microsoft® Office® 2010 Professional or Professional
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0
- Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2010 in instructor and
Course ObjectivesUpon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- brand a site collection.
- manage lists in a site collection.
- manage document libraries.
- manage form libraries in a site collection.
- manage content structures in a site collection.
- manage a workflow.
- manage indexing and searching options.
- enable offline work with SharePoint sites using SharePoint
- manage a SharePoint application using Central Administration.
- manage user access.
- manage security options in Microsoft SharePoint Foundation
- manage site usage.
- perform site maintenance.
- Lesson 1: Branding a Site Collection
- Topic 1A: Describe the SharePoint Site Hierarchy
- Topic 1B: Create a Custom Look and Feel for a Site Collection
- Topic 1C: Create a Custom Site Layout
- Lesson 2: Managing Lists
- Topic 2A: Perform Calculations on List Data
- Topic 2B: Create Custom Lists
- Topic 2C: Customize List Settings
- Lesson 3: Managing Libraries
- Topic 3A: Perform Advanced Operations on a Library
- Topic 3B: Create a Library Template
- Lesson 4: Managing Form Libraries
- Topic 4A: Create a Form Library
- Topic 4B: Customize a Form Template Using InfoPath
- Lesson 5: Managing Content Structures
- Topic 5A: Create a Content Type
- Topic 5B: Apply Content Types
- Lesson 6: Managing Workflows
- Topic 6A: Add a Default Workflow
- Topic 6B: Create a Custom Workflow
- Lesson 7: Working with Indexing and Searching
- Topic 7A: Index Content
- Topic 7B: Enable Search Options
- Lesson 8: Working
Offline Using SharePoint Workspace 2010
- Topic 8A: Synchronize a SharePoint Site on the Local Computer
- Topic 8B: Perform Offline Operations on a SharePoint Site
- Lesson 9: Managing SharePoint Applications Using Central Administration
- Topic 9A: Create a Site Collection
- Topic 9B: Administer a Site Collection
- Topic 9C: Administer a Web Application
- Lesson 10: Managing User Access
- Topic 10A: Manage Permissions
- Topic 10B: Describe Authentication Modes
- Lesson 11: Managing Site Security
- Topic 11A: Set Web
- Topic 11B: Set Antivirus Options
- Topic 11C: Manage Blocked File Types
- Lesson 12: Managing Site Usage
- Topic 12A: Set Site Collection Quotas and Locks
- Topic 12B: Monitor Site Usage
Appendix A: Accessibility
Appendix B: Microsoft
OneNote Integration with SharePoint
Appendix C: Permission
Appendix D: File
Types That Cannot Be Added to a List or Library
Appendix E: Creating
a Master Page
- Lesson 13: Managing Site Maintenance
- Topic 13A: Recover Lost Information
- Topic 13B: Perform a Granular Backup
- Topic 13C: Restore a Granular Backup
- Topic 13D: Perform a Farm Backup
- Topic 13E: Restore a Farm Backup