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Sharepoint 2016 Foundations

Authors: Vlad Catrinescu, Liam Cleary, Jeff Collins, Mark Ingram, Bill Kulterman

This path will take you through getting started with SharePoint. You’ll start with the basics and fundamentals of SharePoint Server. From there, you’ll investigate and learn about... Read more

Beginner

These courses will get you up and running with SharePoint concepts and fundamentals, so you can understand what you’re working with.

Big Picture: SharePoint 2016 On-prem, Online, or Hybrid?

by Jeff Collins

Nov 22, 2016 / 1h 49m

1h 49m

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As time goes on, each of the SharePoint implementation models seems to get more complex, making it difficult to know which model will work now and, more importantly, in the future. In this course, Big Picture: SharePoint 2016 On-prem, Online, or Hybrid?, you will go through each of the SharePoint implementation models in depth. First, you will learn what the different implementation models are and get a good high-level understanding of the differences of each model. Next, you'll learn what it's like managing SharePoint Online, and the additional features companies get with SharePoint Online, as well as covering, in depth, the SharPoint On-premises implementation model and the resources and considerations to take into account. Finally, will learn about SharePoint Hybrid and how this can give you the best of both SharePoint Online and On-premises and see some real world examples of SharePoint Hybrid and what it's like to be in a hybrid environment. After finishing this course, you should understand the differences between each model, along with some helpful real-world examples of when you might choose each model.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. SharePoint Implementation Models18m
  3. When to Choose SharePoint Online29m
  4. When to Choose SharePoint On-premises32m
  5. When to Choose SharePoint Hybrid19m
  6. Course Conclusion8m

Intermediate

These courses cover more of the basic administrative tasks inherent in utilizing SharePoint. You’ll cover basic administration as well as security essentials and on-premises installation.

Basic Administration of SharePoint 2016

by Mark Ingram

Feb 7, 2017 / 1h 43m

1h 43m

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SharePoint adoption is increasing rapidly on premises and in the cloud. Don't get left behind, because no matter your current skill set or IT interests, there are one or more areas of SharePoint to build your career around. In this course, Basic Administration of SharePoint 2016, you'll learn to configure and deploy SharePoint. First, you'll delve into SharePoint farm architecture basics. Next, you'll explore the creation and configuration of web applications. Finally, you'll learn how to create site collections and sites, and what you can do with them. By the end of this course, you'll know how to set up SharePoint in a small test environment and be ready to move that farm to a limited production environment.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Introducing SharePoint 2016 Basic Administration2m
  3. Creating and Configuring Web Applications30m
  4. Creating and Configuring Site Collections and Sites32m
  5. Creating and Configuring Service Applications14m
  6. Managing Users and Permissions18m
  7. Recapping the Journey2m

SharePoint Security Fundamentals

by Liam Cleary

May 8, 2018 / 2h 1m

2h 1m

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Ensuring that SharePoint is secure can be a complicated process. In this course, SharePoint Security Fundamentals, you will learn foundational knowledge of/gain the ability to implement the correct security protecting your business data. First, you will learn about the hierarchy of SharePoint Security. Next, you will discover how using Least Privilege Security can be implemented. Finally, you will explore how to secure and also audit permissions within SharePoint. When you're finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of SharePoint Security Fundamentals needed to secure your SharePoint Environment.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Reviewing SharePoint Security Levels31m
  3. Utilizing a Least Privilege Model26m
  4. Controlling Access to SharePoint with Users, Groups, and Audience Targeting22m
  5. Utilizing Standard and Custom Permission Levels13m
  6. Managing and Auditing Permissions with PowerShell26m

On-premises Installation of SharePoint 2016

by Bill Kulterman

Jul 27, 2016 / 2h 55m

2h 55m

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SharePoint 2016 is new and has a lot to offer, but first you have to learn how to get it up and running. This course, On-premises Installation of SharePoint 2016, will do just that by teaching you how to do a basic on-premises installation of SharePoint 2016. First, you will learn how to install and prepare SQL Server 2014 for use with SharePoint, creating SQL permissions and what to do about MAXDOP. Next, you'll install SharePoint 2016, create the SharePoint farm, and join all of your servers to the farm for a full MinRole deployment. Finally, you'll observe how to manage your servers in Central Administration and how to upgrade them and change a server role. When you're finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge to perform an on-premises installation of SharePoint 2016 with SQL Server 2014, using the MinRole topology, preparing you to create your own SharePoint environment.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Introduction4m
  3. SharePoint 2016 Farm Topologies15m
  4. SharePoint 2016 Requirements11m
  5. Installing SQL Server for SharePoint34m
  6. Installing the SharePoint 2016 Prerequisites36m
  7. Installing SharePoint and Creating the Farm27m
  8. Creating the Farm Using PowerShell13m
  9. Managing Servers in Central Administration21m
  10. Summary7m

Advanced

Finish the path with these courses that will teach you how to deal with both Web and Service applications as they pertain to SharePoint.

Provision and Configure Web Applications in SharePoint 2016

by Vlad Catrinescu

Jan 6, 2017 / 1h 48m

1h 48m

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At the core of every SharePoint implementation you can find Web Applications. In this course, Provision and Configure Web Applications in SharePoint 2016, you'll learn foundational knowledge of Web Applications. First, you will learn how to create Web Applications both by the Central Administration and PowerShell. Next, you'll learn how to manage Managed Paths and Alternate Access Mappings. Finally, you'll learn how to manage Web Application settings such as SharePoint Designer Settings, Max File Size, Service connections, and more. When you're finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Web Applications needed to create and configure Web Applications in SharePoint Server 2016. This course also covers the "Provision and configure Web Applications" objectives of the SharePoint 2016 MCSE exam 70-339.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Course Introduction4m
  3. Creating Web Applications28m
  4. Creating Managed Paths16m
  5. Configuring Alternate Access Mappings29m
  6. Managing Web Application Settings24m
  7. Course Conclusion4m

Configuring Service Applications in SharePoint 2016

by Bill Kulterman

Sep 1, 2016 / 1h 42m

1h 42m

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Creating service applications in SharePoint can be a difficult and frustrating experience. In this course, Configuring Service Applications in SharePoint 2016, you will earn how to how to ease that frustration by learning how service applications work, what they do, and how to create them. First, you will learn about the SharePoint structure and about the relationship between web applications, application pools, and service applications. Then, you will examine service applications and their components and how they work together to fulfill the requests of the web application. At this point, you will begin the demos and will start by creating a managed account and the application pool needed for your service applications. The rest of the course will walk you step by step through the creation of several service applications, some in central administration, and where appropriate or required, some using PowerShell. Included are the State Service, the Managed Metadata Service, and the Search Service Application among many others. When you have finished the course, you will have the knowledge necessary to create application pools and 10 different service applications.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Introduction2m
  3. Understanding Web Applications12m
  4. Service Applications11m
  5. The Service Application App Pool7m
  6. The State Service Application6m
  7. The Usage and Health Data Collection Service Application4m
  8. Access Services 20106m
  9. Business Data Connectivity Service4m
  10. The Managed Metadata Service7m
  11. Creating the PowerPoint Conversion Service Application3m
  12. Creating the Search Service17m
  13. Configuring the Secure Store4m
  14. Configuring the Visio Graphics Service2m
  15. Creating Word Automation Services3m
  16. Summary4m

What you will learn:

  • SharePoint Server concepts and fundamental knowledge
  • The differences between SharePoint Online and On-Prem
  • Installing SharePoint on-premises
  • Provisioning and Configuring Web Applications for SharePoint
  • Configuring Service Applications in SharePoint
  • Administrating SharePoint through basic tasks and scenarios
  • Implementing and understanding SharePoint security essentials

Pre-requisites

Basic knowledge of Windows Server and Office 365 is beneficial.

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