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Operations: Administrative Tasks
Internet 
 
299 
Operations: Administrative Tasks
 
SSP and MySite Part 2: User Profiles & My Site Con
Internet 
 
299 
In this class students will learn how to manage the server/server farm, such as changing the server farm topology, specifying which services are running on each server, and changing settings that affect multiple servers or applications.
 
Record Center
Internet 
 
249 
In this class students will learn how to configure and design the Record Center, the central repository to store and manage company's records. Take this class to simplify and organize the record management planning in your organizations.
 
Single Sign On (SSO): with Designer 2007
Internet 
 
199 
Single sign-on (SSO) is a Microsoft Office SharePoint Server feature that provides storage and mapping of credentials such as account names and passwords. Using SSO, portal site–based applications can retrieve information from third-party applications and back-end systems such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Customer Relations Management (CRM) systems.

Using SharePoint Designer 2007, students will learn and receive plenty of hands-on training utilizing MOSS SSO for retrievng and manipulating third party data in SharePoint pages.
 
List and Libraries: Beginners
Internet 
 
249 
In this class students will learn the basic & essential components of SharePoint frequently used in the workplace. Learn about different types of List and Libraries, document Versioning, Alerts, integrate RSS Feeds with the List & Libraries, and how to use all of them to organize and simplify your job.
 
Collaboration Workspaces
Internet 
 
249 
Collaboration workspaces are a special type of web sites, specially designed to facilitate the exchange of information between co-workers. Out-of-the-box, SharePoint comes with a number of features that can easily be deployed for the purpose of team collaborations, discussions on current projecst, and information sharing using wiki's and blogs. This class will unveil these features and demonstrate how they could be used to leverage your organization's business process.
 
Content Deployment
Internet 
 
149 
This class will discuss the best practices and benefits of performing content deployments for Development, QA, and Production environments. The instructor will also show multiple scenarios of deploying contents from one web application to another as well as providing lab time for students to perform carious content deployment tasks.
 
Site Content Type
Internet 
 
349 
Newly introduced to Windows SharePoint Server 3.0, a content type is a reusable collection of settings you want to aply to a ceratin category of content. With this class, students will learn to manage the metadata and behaviors of a document or item type in a centralized and reusable way while demonstrating its incredible flexibility that allows advanced users to control and organize their SharePoint content in a more meaningful way.
 
InfoPath for Advanced users
Internet 
 
199 
Create business forms such as expense reports, time cards, surveys, and insurance forms using Micorosoft Office InfoPath 2007.
 
Monitoring MOSS 2007
Internet 
 
199 
Monitor your organization's MOSS performance, error logs, and security logs.
 
Into to MOSS 2007
San Diego 
 
In this class students will learn the history of SharePoint, the benefit of utilizing MOSS 2007 in the office environment, and the simpicity of integrating MOSS 2007 with other existing Microsoft application such as MS Office and MS Server that students may already be familiar with.
 
Application Management: Web Application and Site C
San Diego 
 
399 
The Application Management is a page in SharePoint Central Administration that contains links to where SharePoint Administrator can create and administer Web Applications, Site Collections, and configure related settings.

In this class, the instructor will demonstrate the most commonly used administrative functions and provide every students the opportunity to take on hands-on practice lab scenarios to administer a virtualized MOSS Farm environment.
 
Operations: Logging & Reporting
San Diego 
 
199 
In this class students will learn some items featured in Central Administration Application such as diagnostic logging, usage analysis & reporting, and information management policy usage.
 
Form-based SharePoint Authentication
San Diego 
 
199 
MOSS Form Based Authentication (FBA) is an integrated authentication provider feature commonly used for Extranet environments to help authenticate users outside organization. Students for this class will learn to configure and leverage FBA using ASP.NET 2.0 membership provider with SQL Server to ease corporate information sharing with authorized third-party clients.
 
Single Sign On (SSO) Configuration
San Diego 
 
149 
Single sign-on (SSO) is a Microsoft Office SharePoint Server feature that provides storage and mapping of credentials such as account names and passwords. The class will discuss and demonstrate the best practices of configuring and managing MOSS SSO for portal site–based applications to retrieve information from third-party applications and back-end systems such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Customer Relations Management (CRM) systems. For each lessons, a lab exercise will be provided to give every students the opportunity to get a feel of integrating and configuring SSO with MOSS.
 
Management of List, Libraries, and Sites: Advanced
San Diego 
 
249 
List and Libraries are powerful out-of-the-box features of SharePoint that can easily be deployed and utilized in various ways for storing information. In this class, we will investigate the properties of what make up list and document libraries, apply setting changes, customize metadata, and demonstrate how they can be used as web parts to SharePoint pages.
 
Site Directory: Configuration & Management
San Diego 
 
199 
Learn how to easily provides a central location from which administrators can view, manage, and access all of the Web sites that are associated with a portal site. At the end of this module, you will be able to view both the portal structure and individual sites within the portal, approve or reject new sites, and edit or delete site links.
 
Information Management Policies & Information Righ
San Diego 
 
399 
Protect sensitive information from unauthorised access using MOSS's integrated Information Rights Management (IRM) and define and use information management policies on MOSS sites to enforce compliance with corporate business processes, legal, or governmental regulations for the management of information.
 
List and Site Templates (Advanced Users)
San Diego 
 
149 
Save time building similar lists, libraries, and sites from existing ones by creating re-usable templates with or without contents.
 
Business Intelligence (Advanced End Users)
San Diego 
 
249 
Business Intelligence with Office SharePoint Server 2007 makes it easy for decision-makers to access and analyze information anytime, anywhere. You can get up-to-date information wherever people work, collaborate, and make decisions, whether it's on the desktop or over the Web. Now, aligning employee's objectives with your corporate goals is as easy as creating a spreadsheet or report in this class.
 
Search and Indexing
San Diego 
 
199 
 
MOSS 2007 Installation
San Diego 
 
199 
Learn and master the various sever farm topology of integrating MOSS 2007 in your current or new network environment, discuss deployment best practices, and cover hardware and software requirements to install MOSS 2007. In addition, the instructor will conduct a full-blown MOSS Installation demonstration while giving each students the opportunity to perform the same between lessons.
 
SSP and MySite Part 1: Deployment and Configuratio
San Diego 
 
249 
In this class students will learn the importance of Share Services Provider for the infrastructure - databases, Web services, and admin pages - for shared services. The lesson will include farm's shared services' configuration.
 
User Groups and Permissions
San Diego 
 
199 
Secure your organization's information at the granular level by leveraging the robust flexibility of variou SharePoint permission levels and applying them to your users at Site, document library or list, and even item level.
 
Site Personalization
San Diego 
 
299 
 
Web Content Management (WCM)
San Diego 
 
249 
In this class, studens will investigate SharePoints' content management capabilities using its built-in document control, auditing, editing, and timeline management feature.
 
Integrating Information Rights Management for MOS
San Diego 
 
199 
This class will investigate the requirements for deploying an IRM Server as well as giving every participating students the opportunity to install, configure, and integrate the technology with MOSS 2007 during class in a virtualized environment.
 
Workflows for Advanced Users
San Diego 
 
249 
This class promotes an in depth discussion on the usage of the various out-of-the-box SharePoint workflows as well as the varying approach of utilizing Designer 2007 customized and task specific workflows.