126 SW 148th StreetSuite C-100, #105Seattle, WA 98166Tel: 877-795-9372Fax: 866-417-6192www.seattlepro.comSharePoint 2010 BootcampThis five-day course is designed to equip Systems Administrators, Integrators and Developerswith a strong foundation for implementing solutions on Microsoft SharePoint 2010. Attendeeswill develop skills to design, implement, deploy and customize line of business solutions sites,workflows and repositories with Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 by using the browser-basedtools and customizations.Students should meet the following prerequisites:A generalized knowledge of managed business processesA generalized knowledge of Microsoft Office 2010A foundational understanding of networking, Windows Server 2008 and InternettechnologiesA foundational understanding of Web and .NET development will assist the studentduring the developer sectionsAt course completion the students will be able to:Install Windows Server 2008, Hyper-V, Active Directory, DNS, IIS, and SQL Server 2008 aspart of preparing the SharePoint 2010 environmentInstall and Configure SharePoint 2010Design and Deploy SharePointNavigate and create SharePoint SitesCreate and Manage ServicesManage Users and Site StructuresUse Backup and RestoreIntegrate Microsoft Office with SharePoint 2010Use SharePoint DesignerConfigure SearchChapter 1: What’s New in SharePoint Server 2010?System RequirementsInstallationSystem RequirementsInstallation OptionsUpgrade and Patching OptionsCentral AdministrationService ApplicationsSharePoint 2010 BootcampPage 1 of 9Last updated: 3/7/2011 11:22 AM

126 SW 148th StreetSuite C-100, #105Seattle, WA 98166Tel: 877-795-9372Fax: 866-417-6192www.seattlepro.comWindows Identity Foundation and ClaimsHealth and MonitoringHealth AnalyzerTimer JobsReportingManaging SharePoint 2010 with Windows PowerShellManaged AccountsRecovering from DisasterThe New and Improved User ExperienceChapter 2: The New and Improved User ExperienceBrowser SupportChanges to the SharePoint 2010 User InterfaceCreating a SiteLists and Libraries in SharePoint 2010Creating Lists and LibrariesWorking with ListsWorking with LibrariesColumns MetadataCreating ViewsWorking with SharePoint PagesExploring Edit ModeWorking with Web PartsChapter 3: Architecture and Capacity PlanningNavigation Typeso Bread Crumbso Tree Viewo Team Site Navigationo Publishing Site Navigationo Workspace NavigationWhat’s in a Nameo SharePoint Foundationo SharePoint Server 2010o Search Server 2010o Fast Search Server 2010o SharePoint OnlineOther Serverso Windows Servero Windows Vista and 7o SQL Servero E‑mail ServersHardware RequirementsSharePoint 2010 BootcampPage 2 of 9Last updated: 3/7/2011 11:22 AM

126 SW 148th StreetSuite C-100, #105Seattle, WA 98166Tel: 877-795-9372Fax: 866-417-6192www.seattlepro.como Web Serverso Application Serverso SQL Serverso Mixing and Matching Serverso Other Hardware Noteso VirtualizationTerminologyControlling Deploymentso Registering SharePoint Servers in Active Directoryo HTTP Throttlingo Large List ThrottlingChapter 4: Installing and Configuring SharePoint 2010PrerequisitesRunning SetupUsing SharePoint 2010 WizardsStep-by-step installationCreating your SandboxCentral Administration Post-Setup ConfigurationChapter 5: Upgrading from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010Upgrade ConsiderationsIn-Place UpgradeDatabase AttachHybrid UpgradesPatching 2010Chapter 6: Using the New Central AdministrationFarm Configuration WizardApplication ManagementSystem SettingsMonitoringBackup and RestoreSecurityApplication SettingsConfiguration WizardsChapter 7: Understanding the Service Application ArchitectureService Application Fundamentalso Connection Structureo Connecting across Farmso Service Applications as a FrameworkService Application AdministrationSharePoint 2010 BootcampPage 3 of 9Last updated: 3/7/2011 11:22 AM

126 SW 148th StreetSuite C-100, #105Seattle, WA 98166Tel: 877-795-9372Fax: 866-417-6192www.seattlepro.comoooCreating a New Instance of Service ApplicationsUsing the Ribbon to Manage Service ApplicationsManaging Service Application GroupsChapter 8: Securing and Managing Site ContentAdministration Hierarchy in SharePoint 2010o Server or Server Farm Administratorso Service Application Administratorso Site Collection Administratorso Site Administrationo Administration Beneath the Site LevelUnderstanding PermissionsPermission Levelso Creating a New Permission Level Based on an Existing Permission Levelo Creating a Permission Level from Scratcho Editing an Existing Permission Levelo Deleting a Permission LevelSecurity Groupso SharePoint Security Groupso Active Directory Groupso SharePoint Security Groups versus Active Directory Groupso Special Groups and Authentication OptionsGranting Permissionso Granting Access to a Top-Level Siteo Breaking Inheritance and Granting User Accesso Editing User Accesso Managing Access RequestsWeb Application PolicyChapter 9: Claims Based AuthenticationClaims-Based Identityo User Access Challengeo Using Claims Identity for AuthenticationSharePoint Authentication Optionso Classic Modeo Claims-BasedCreating Claims-Based Web Applicationso Configuring CBA with Windows Authenticationo Configuring Anonymous Accesso Converting to CBA from CMAo Configuring Forms-Based AuthenticationSharePoint 2010 BootcampPage 4 of 9Last updated: 3/7/2011 11:22 AM

126 SW 148th StreetSuite C-100, #105Seattle, WA 98166Tel: 877-795-9372Fax: 866-417-6192www.seattlepro.comChapter 10: Using Windows PowerShellIntroduction to Windows PowerShellMicrosoft SharePoint 2010 Management Shell and Other Hostso Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Management ShellCommandso Cmdletso Functionso Scriptso Native CommandsBasic PowerShello Listing the SharePoint Commandso PowerShell Helpo PowerShell Variableso PowerShell Pipelineo Controlling OutputUsing SharePoint Commandso Working with the Farmo Retrieving Farm Configuration Informationo Working with Web Applicationso Working with Site Collectionso Working with Webso Working with Objects below the Web Levelo Disposing of SharePoint VariablesUsing Other Windows PowerShell HostsChapter 11: Understanding GovernanceNavigationo Understanding the Different Types of Navigationo Bread Crumbso Portal Site Connectiono Tree Viewo Team Site Navigationo Publishing Site Navigationo Workspace Navigationo Next StepsSharePoint Governanceo What Is Governance?o Getting Started with Governanceo Governance Teamo Defining Policies and Procedureso Infrastructureo Information Architectureo Development and CustomizationSharePoint 2010 BootcampPage 5 of 9Last updated: 3/7/2011 11:22 AM

126 SW 148th StreetSuite C-100, #105Seattle, WA 98166Tel: 877-795-9372Fax: 866-417-6192www.seattlepro.comooSupport and AvailabilitySelling the Need for GovernanceChapter 12: Backup and RestoreDetermining Your Business Requirementso Content Recoveryo About SQL Server Snapshotso Content Storage Overviewo The Recycle Bino Versioningo Exporting and Importing Sites, Lists, and Librarieso Backing Up and Restoring Site Collectionso Restoring Content with Unattached Content Database Data RecoveryDisaster Recoveryo Backup and Restore for Disaster Recoveryo Backing Up and Restoring Content Databaseso Backing Up and Restoring Service Applicationso Backing Up and Restoring a Farmo Backing Up and Restoring Configuration Settingso Warm Standby SolutionsHigh Availabilityo Load Balancingo SQL Server Database Mirroringo Failover Clusteringo Read-Only Modeo HTTP Request Monitoring and Throttlingo Gradual Site DeleteChapter 13: Features and SolutionsUsing SharePoint 2010 Featureso Defining Scopeo Activating and Deactivating Featureso Managing Featureso Creating a FeatureSolutionso Managing Farm Solutionso Managing Sandbox Solutionso Creating SolutionsChapter 14: Configuring and Managing SearchDifferent Versions of SearchSharePoint Foundation SearchSharePoint Server and Search ServerSharePoint 2010 BootcampPage 6 of 9Last updated: 3/7/2011 11:22 AM

126 SW 148th StreetSuite C-100, #105Seattle, WA 98166Tel: 877-795-9372Fax: 866-417-6192www.seattlepro.comFAST SearchChapter 15: Monitoring SharePointTrace LogsCorrelation IDsDeveloper DashboardLogging DatabaseHealth AnalyzerTimer JobsChapter 16: Manage Metadata Service ApplicationsAdvantages of the Managed Metadata ServiceNew Managed Metadata Service Featureso Column Typeso Content Typeso FilteringGetting Started with the Managed Metadata Serviceo The Service Applications Architectureo Configuring Managed Metadata Serviceso Connecting to a Web ApplicationManaged Metadata Serviceso Getting Started with Managed Metadatao Using Managed Metadata in Siteso Column-Specific Term Setso Key Usability Featureso Metadata NavigationContent TypesChapter 17: Social ComputingThe User Profile Service Applicationo User Profiles and Propertieso Synchronizationo Organizationso AudiencesTags and Noteso Taggingo The Note Boardo Tag ProfilesMy Siteso Setting Up My Siteso My Sites User ExperienceWikis and Blogso WikisSharePoint 2010 BootcampPage 7 of 9Last updated: 3/7/2011 11:22 AM

126 SW 148th StreetSuite C-100, #105Seattle, WA 98166Tel: 877-795-9372Fax: 866-417-6192www.seattlepro.como Blogso Ratingso Turning on Ratingso The Ratings Timer JobOutlook 2010 Social ConnectorPeople Searcho People Search Configurationo Performing a People Searcho The People Search Results PageChapter 18: Business Connectivity Services (BCS) in SharePoint 2010Architectureo Service Applicationso Connectors and the Connector Frameworko BDC Client and Server Runtimeo External Content Typeso SecurityCreating a BCS Solutiono Creating an External Content Typeo Creating an External ListService Applications that use BCSo Search Serviceo User Profile SearchDesign Considerations for BCS SolutionsUpgrading the Business Data Catalog to BCSChapter 19: Building Workflows in SharePoint 2010Why Use Workflow?Windows Workflow FoundationWorkflow Basicso Terminologyo Workflow Association Typeso Using the Ribbono Workflow InitializationConfiguring Workflows Using the Browsero Out-of-the-Box Templateso Microsoft Office 2010 Integrationo Creating a SharePoint 2010 Workflow for a Real World Scenarioo Editing/Deleting WorkflowsChapter 20: Integrating Office 2010 Clients with SharePoint 2010 (Optional)Office 2010 Application CommonalitiesIntegrating SharePoint 2010 with WordSharePoint 2010 BootcampPage 8 of 9Last updated: 3/7/2011 11:22 AM

126 SW 148th StreetSuite C-100, #105Seattle, WA 98166Tel: 877-795-9372Fax: 866-417-6192www.seattlepro.comIntegrating SharePoint 2010 with ExcelIntegrating SharePoint 2010 with PowerPointIntegrating SharePoint 2010 with OutlookIntegrating SharePoint 2010 with InfoPathIntegrating SharePoint 2010 with AccessIntegrating SharePoint 2010 with VisioChapter 21: Office Web Applications (Optional)Overview of Office Web AppsDeploying Office Web AppsInstalling Office Web AppsWorking with Office Web AppsChapter 22: Working with SharePoint Designer 2010 (Optional)Overview of the new User InterfacePermissions in SharePoint DesignerCreating WorkflowsConnecting to Data SourcesBrandingSharePoint 2010 BootcampPage 9 of 9Last updated: 3/7/2011 11:22 AM

o Out-of-the-Box Templates o Microsoft Office 2010 Integration o Creating a SharePoint 2010 Workflow for a Real World Scenario o Editing/Deleting Workflows Chapter 20: Integrating Office 2010 Clients with SharePoint 2010 (Optional) O