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Microsoft® SharePoint® Foundation 2013: Level 2 Course Description

Course Description: This is the advanced level Microsoft® SharePoint® Foundation 2016 course. In your previous experience, you have used the features of a WSS team site and you have also performed some basic administration of WSS team sites as a site owner. Once you have mastered these basic skills, your job might require you to perform more advanced administration of sites you own, or even administer multiple sites and the SharePoint Services environment as a whole. In this course, you will manage team sites as a site owner and as a SharePoint Services administrator.

Course Length: 2.0 days

Course Objective: You will manage team sites as a site owner and as a SharePoint Services administrator.

Target Student: This course is designed for existing SharePoint site owners with basic SharePoint administrative skills who need to perform more advanced site owner or site administrator tasks. For example, it could be an IT manager who is already familiar with website administration and who is now responsible for managing and administering a Windows SharePoint site, or it could be an individual who is responsible for managing and administering a team site.

Prerequisites: Some familiarity with basic Windows server concepts and Internet Information Server (IIS) is recommended but not required. In addition, the following course or equivalent experience is required: Microsoft® SharePoint® Foundation 2013: Level 1.

Performance-Based Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Manage site collections, lists, discussion boards, document libraries, form libraries, site access permissions, WSS content, and workflow
  • Work with indexing and searching.
  • Manage a SharePoint application using Central Administration.
  • Manage security options in Foundation.
  • Manage site usage.
  • Perform site maintenance.