Manage site collections in SharePoint Server
The following articles provide information about how to create and delete site collections, how to manage site collection administrators, how to use quota templates to manage site collection storage limits, and how to create connections between specific types of sites in SharePoint Server.
|Create a site collection in SharePoint Server
||How to create a site collection based on an existing Web application or create a Web application and then create a site collection within that application.
|Delete and restore site collections in SharePoint Server
||How to delete the content, user information, and site hierarchy that comprise a site collection and restore a site collection that has been deleted.
|Types of files that cannot be added to a list or library
||How to restrict files from being uploaded or downloaded based on their file name extension.
|Manage the lock status for site collections in SharePoint Server
||How to add or remove a lock from a site collection.
|View all site collections in SharePoint Server
||How to see the list of site collections.
|Manage a connection to a document center or a records center in SharePoint Server
||How to connect a web application to a SharePoint Server document center or records center and how to modify and delete connections.
|Change site collection administrators in SharePoint Server
||How to change site collection administrators for SharePoint Server site collections by using Central Administration or the SharePoint 2016 Management Shell.
|Create, edit, and delete quota templates in SharePoint Server
||How to create, edit, and delete site quota templates for a SharePoint Server site collection.
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