Monthly Archives: July 2008

Explaining Excel Services

  EXCEL SERVICES – By Don Pistulka       MOSS 2007 provides Excel Services as a shared service. Excel Services helps you integrate with the portal reporting features in MOSS 2007, view and work with Office Excel 2007 spreadsheets … Continue reading

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Document Center Template

  So we all get this document center template as soon as we create a site collection based on the teams site.  We also usually delete it to make room for our document libraries and such.  But, not so fast.  … Continue reading

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Records Management

  You should take time to really understand the Records Center template and how it fits into CMS.Here are a few points and I also added some links at the end. Records Management is an important part of MOSS. Organizations … Continue reading

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SharePoint PST files

  So what to do when you want to connect SharePoint to Outlook but your company has a policy that will not allow pst files to exist.? The company I am at had a small issue we resolved today and … Continue reading

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Creating Advanced Content Authoring and Approval Work flows

  SharePoint Designer 2007 provides users with a wizard-driven environment to design workflows that associate business logic with document libraries or lists. In addition to creating workflow, it also allows you to create pages, Web sites, content, HTML, and other … Continue reading

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Global Settings – Web Application

In large organizations, SharePoint administrators need to manage a large number of servers. Therefore, they need to standardize the collection of sites in each server. MOSS 2007 provides a set of global settings that administrators can use to efficiently manage … Continue reading

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User Profile Properties

  User Profile Properties Some of these properties are public and appear on the public profile page. However, many of these properties are only visible to administrators. Only the SSP administrators can view and edit all user profile properties at … Continue reading

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