How To Take This Class

Course Overview

In this SharePoint Foundation 2010 Training course, students will learn how to brand a site collection, manage lists, document and form libraries and content structures in a site collection. Students will also learn how to mange workflows and indexing and searching options.

Course Prerequisites

Student should have attended or have experience with the topics covered in our SharePoint Foundation 2010 Level 1 Training course.

Course Audience

This SharePoint Foundation 2010 Training course is designed for individual contributors or departmental staff in a variety of job roles, such as administrative assistants, functional or operations managers, with basic SharePoint skills, and who have the responsibility for managing SharePoint sites as an enabling technology within their workgroups, not necessarily IT tech professionals.

What You'll Learn

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
  • Brand a site collection
  • Manage lists in a site collection
  • Manage document libraries
  • Manage form libraries in a site collection
  • Manage content structures in a site collection
  • Manage a workflow
  • Manage indexing and searching options
  • Enable offline work with SharePoint sites using SharePoint Workspace 2010
  • Manage a SharePoint application using Central Administration
  • Manage user access
  • Manage security options in Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010
  • Manage site usage
  • Perform site maintenance

Course Duration

2 Days

Course Outline

  1. Branding a Site Collection
    • Describe the SharePoint Site Hierarchy
    • Create a Custom Look and Feel for a Site Collection
    • Create a Custom Site Layout
  2. Managing Lists
    • Perform Calculations on List Data
    • Create Custom Lists
    • Customize List Settings
  3. Managing Libraries
    • Perform Advanced Operations on a Library
    • Create a Library Template
  4. Managing Form Libraries
    • Create a Form Library
    • Customize a Form Template Using InfoPath
  5. Managing Content Structures
    • Create a Content Type
    • Apply Content Types
  6. Managing Workflows
    • Add a Default Workflow
    • Create a Custom Workflow
  7. Working with Indexing and Searching
    • Index Content
    • Enable Search Options
  8. Working Offline Using SharePoint Workspace 2010
    • Synchronize a SharePoint Site on the Local Computer
    • Perform Offline Operations on a SharePoint Site
  9. Managing SharePoint Applications Using Central Administration
    • Create a Site Collection
    • Administer a Site Collection
    • Administer a Web Application
  10. Managing User Access
    • Manage Permissions
    • Describe Authentication Modes
  11. Managing Site Security
    • Set Web Part Security
    • Set Antivirus Options
    • Manage Blocked File Types
  12. Managing Site Usage
    • Set Site Collection Quotas and Locks
    • Monitor Site Usage
  13. Managing Site Maintenance
    • Recover Lost Information
    • Perform a Granular Backup
    • Restore a Granular Backup
    • Perform a Farm Backup
    • Restore a Farm Backup
  14. Appendix A: Accessibility Features
  15. Appendix B: Microsoft OneNote Integration with SharePoint
  16. Appendix C: Permission Categories
  17. Appendix D: File Types That Cannot Be Added to a List or Library
  18. Appendix E: Creating a Master Page

What Students Receive

In this hands-on SharePoint Foundation course, students will receive:
  • Access to a live (not simulated) SharePoint Foundation 2010 lab environment both during class and for six months afterward to complete hands-on labs and practice skills learned.
  • A printed courseware manual for use during and after class.
  • Access to a searchable, electronic version of the courseware manual for reference after class
  • A PC headset for communicating with the instructor and fellow students during the SharePoint Foundation 2010 Training Class
  • A course completion certificate upon successful completion of your SharePoint Foundation 2010 Training course