Administrator's Guide for Windows Sharepoint Services
Introducing Windows SharePoint Services
Introducing the Administration Tools for Windows SharePoint Services
Administrator's Guide for Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Copyright Information
Hardware and Software Requirements
Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 Architecture
Upgrade Considerations
Performance Implications of Windows SharePoint Services Features
Capacity Planning for Windows SharePoint Services
Language Considerations
Single Server Deployment
Remote SQL Server Deployment
Server Farm with Multiple Host Names Deployment
Configuring Two Virtual Servers to Host the Same Content
Separate Active Directory Directory Service Organization Unit Deployment
Installation Considerations for Windows SharePoint Services
Installation Points for Windows SharePoint Services
Performing a Quiet Installation
Extending Virtual Servers
Installing and Using Service Packs for Windows SharePoint Services
Uninstalling Windows SharePoint Services
Windows SharePoint Services Security Model
Security Considerations for Server and Site Configurations
Internet Explorer Enhanced Security and Windows SharePoint Services
Configuring Authentication
Managing the SharePoint Administrators Group
Managing Users and Cross-Site Groups
Managing Site Groups and Permissions
Controlling User Rights and Assigning Tasks
Specifying Central Administration Settings
Configuring Virtual Servers
Creating Sites and Subsites
Configuring E-Mail Settings
Configuring E-Mail-Enabled Document Libraries
Configuring Online Presence Settings
Configuring Site Quotas and Locks
Configuring Self-Service Site Creation
Managing and Customizing Search
Configuring Regional Settings
Configuring Usage Analysis
Configuring Antivirus Protection
Configuring Blocked File Extensions
Configuring Data Retrieval Services
Scheduling Timed Jobs
Managing Sites and Subsites
Managing Paths
Managing the Configuration Database
Managing Content Databases
Managing Web Discussions
Managing Alerts
Managing Versions and Checking Documents In and Out
Managing HTML Viewers
Managing a Server Farm Running Windows SharePoint Services
Managing Meeting Workspace Sites
About Web Parts
Managing a Site Collection Web Part Gallery
Managing Web Parts on Virtual Servers
Using SharePoint Configuration Analyzer
Backup and Restore Options for Windows SharePoint Services
Backing Up and Restoring Databases by Using the SQL Server 2000 Tools
Backing Up and Restoring Web Sites
Migrating and Upgrading Web Sites
Migrating from WMSDE to SQL Server
Analyzing Web Site Usage
Managing Unused Web Sites
Changing the Application Pool Identity for the Administration Virtual Server
Monitoring Events for Windows SharePoint Services
Customizing a Web Site Based on Windows SharePoint Services
Customizing Help
Binding to a Document Library Event Handler
Configuring Discussion Boards
Extending Windows SharePoint Services
Working with Templates
Using the SDK to Perform Advanced Customization
Using the Object Model to Manage Windows SharePoint Services
Troubleshooting Installation Issues
Troubleshooting Other Issues
Command-Line Operations
Command-Line Parameters
Command-Line Properties
Command-Line Options for Setupsts.exe
User Rights and Site Groups
Files and Permissions
Special Directories and Storage Locations
Regional and Language Settings