Posted by: kurtsh | May 24, 2011

TRAINING: Hands-on Lab Online – “Overview, Upgrading, Installing, and Configuring SharePoint 2010”

Upcoming SharePoint 2010 Training happening online.  Contact me for details on the date of the training and how to register:

imageHands-on Lab Online: Overview, Upgrading, Installing, and Configuring SharePoint 2010

Language(s): English.

Product(s): Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.

Audience(s): IT Generalist.

Microsoft SharePoint 2010 makes it easier for people to work together. Using SharePoint 2010, your people can set up web sites to share information with others, manage documents from start to finish, and publish reports to help everyone make better decisions.

Lab 1: You are the SharePoint administrator for Contoso Ltd. You have three years of experience administering a large Microsoft Office SharePoint 2007 deployment and supporting a large number of users, some of whom create and manage their own sites and site collections. You have been tasked with evaluating the benefits of migrating to SharePoint 2010; you begin by researching the key new features for IT professionals in SharePoint Server 2010. SharePoint Server 2010 includes many new features that are designed to assist server farm administrators. These features include an enhanced user experience and navigation model, tools to help you manage availability and monitor performance, a more flexible service model, and full support for scripting in Windows PowerShell. This lab provides an introduction to these features.

Lab 2: This lab introduces you to the installation and configuration process for SharePoint Server 2010. You begin by installing SharePoint Server 2010 and running through the Configuration Wizard. Next, you work in Central Administration to build a web application and a site collection so you can begin using SharePoint.

Lab 3: This lab introduces the Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 upgrade infrastructure and demonstrates some changes and improvements in the upgrade and patching system. Learn about the administration experience for upgrading from Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 to Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, including verification of upgrade readiness at the farm and content database levels, using command-line upgrade actions, and reviewing upgrade status and logs.


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