In this online learning course, you will learn the solutions, design goals, core components, architectural model, integration benefits, portals, and deployment-related planning requirements for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. This course also helps prepare you for certification exam 70-630.
Have completed (or equivalent knowledge / experience): 5403AE - Implementing Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0.
Have on-the-job experience implementing, managing, and supporting Microsoft Windows Server 2003, including Internet Information Services (IIS).
Have working knowledge of networking, for example, TCP/IP and Domain Name System (DNS).
Have basic knowledge of key benefits of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS), new features and functionality of MOSS, and WSS 3.0 acting as a platform for MOSS.
At the end of the course, students will be able to:
Describe the solutions, design goals, core components, and administrative functions of MOSS 2007.
Describe the various components of the logical, physical, and administrative architecture of MOSS 2007.
Describe the solutions provided by integrating MOSS 2007 with Office 2007 client applications, Windows Workflow Foundation, Exchange Server 2007, ISA Server 2004, and Active Directory services.
Describe the purpose of a portal and the methods used to aggregate, organize, and present content in MOSS 2007.
Describe the various phases in the design and development process of MOSS 2007 and the guidelines for interpreting its functional specifications, authentication, authorization and security, operational metrics, and interoperability requirements.
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Modules & Lessons
Introduction to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
Overview of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
The Solutions Provided by MOSS 2007
The Design Goals of MOSS 2007
The Core Components of MOSS 2007
The Administrative Functions Introduced by MOSS 2007
Introducing the Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Architecture
The Logical Architecture of MOSS 2007
The Physical Architecture of MOSS 2007
The Administrative Architecture of MOSS 2007
Differentiating Between the Architectural Features of MOSS 2007
Integrating Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 in the Enterprise
Integration of MOSS 2007 with Office 2007 Client Applications
Integration of MOSS 2007 with Windows Workflow Foundation
Integration of MOSS 2007 with Exchange Server 2007
Integration of MOSS 2007 with ISA Server 2006
Integration of MOSS 2007 with Active Directory Services
Identifying the Solutions Offered by Integrating MOSS with Enterprise
Implementing Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Portals
The Purpose of a Portal
Methods for Aggregating Content in MOSS 2007
Methods for Organizing Content in MOSS 2007
Methods for Presenting Content in MOSS 2007
Identifying the Features of MOSS 2007 Portals
Preparing for a Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Implementation
The Phases in the Design and Development Process of MOSS 2007
Guidelines for Interpreting Functional Specifications in MOSS 2007
Guidelines for Implementing Authentication in MOSS 2007
Guidelines for Implementing Authorization and Security in MOSS 2007
Guidelines for Defining Operational Metrics in MOSS 2007
The Interoperability Components in MOSS 2007
Lab: Introduction to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
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A Pentium II, 256 MB RAM with a processor speed greater than or equal to 400 MHZ
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 or higher
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher
Adobe Flash 7.0 or higher (1MB disk space needed to install)
Microsoft Silverlight 4.0 or higher
Microsoft Windows Media Player 7.0 or higher
Microsoft XML Core Services 3.0 or higher
A Super VGA monitor with minimum screen resolution 1024x768, with 16-bit color.
A sound card, and either speakers or headphones (for multi-media audio).
Internet bandwidth of 56K or faster. Broadband internet access is recommended.
For courses containing Virtual Server-based labs (courses in the IT Professional and Developer Catalog), you will need:
Microsoft Virtual Server ActiveX control (1MB disk space needed to install)