January2007January 2007

SharePoint:An Overview of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

The new version of SharePoint is poised to meet all your collaboration and information management needs in a single, integrated platform. Here’s a tour of the new features and tools in MOSS that will change the way your enterprise works. Thomas Rizzo

SharePoint:7 New Features That Enhance Security in SharePoint

With SharePoint tapping into more enterprise data and becoming more integral to business workflow, security becomes far more critical. Find out how these seven new features in MOSS can quickly improve security in your organization. Adam Robert Buenz

SharePoint:Find It All with SharePoint Enterprise Search

Your company loses time and money while employees try to track down information. Enterprise search can help. MOSS offers an enterprise search tool that can find information quickly, whether it’s tucked away on an intranet site, living in a line of a business application, or even residing with a single employee. Matt Hester

SharePoint:Powerful Command Line Administration for SharePoint

Don’t get bogged down with a GUI. There’s a far more powerful and much faster way to manage SharePoint, which lets you perform administrative tasks from a command prompt and even script common procedures. Todd Klindt

SharePoint:Wiki While You Work

Wikis offer a new, more flexible way to collaborate, promoting an unstructured approach to thinking and exchanging ideas. And MOSS 2007 makes it incredibly easy to implement wikis in your organization. Here’s what you need to know to start building and using wikis in the workplace. Mauro Cardarelli



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Toolbox:New Products for IT Pros
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Utility Spotlight:Internet Explorer Administration Kit
Lance Whitney
SQL Q&A:Data Archiving, Linked Servers, Measuring Bandwidth, and More
Edited by Nancy Michell
The Cable Guy:TCP Receive Window Auto-Tuning
Joseph Davies
Windows PowerShell:Windows PowerShell Constructs
Don Jones
Hey, Scripting Guy!:Be Careful What You Say
The Microsoft Scripting Guys
Exchange Queue & A:We Have All the Answers (Because We Made Up the Questions)
KC Lemson and Paul Bowden
Security Watch:Services Hardening in Windows Vista
Wole Moses
The Desktop Files:Windows Automated Installation Kit
Wes Miller
Field Notes:Tech Support for In-Laws
James Snell
Windows Confidential:Getting Out of DLL Hell
Raymond Chen