I’ve been going throuhg the configuration of my own SBS 2003 R2 and I found Sharepoint services very interesting. In fact I’ve been through sharepoint services many times but this is the first time I’m doing it for my own. Yes never got the chance to it for my own. Sharepoint services installed during the typical setup of SBS2003 R2 setup and I just need to leanr the product to make the use of this website or I better call it Intranet website or it can be named as Company internal website.A website where you can communicate and collaborate with your organization / employees in real-time. It is very easy and very productive product and can be used in any ways. You have to know and learn how can you make the use of sharepoint services. Sharepoint services does come along with Windows Server 2003 also and it is same. Here I’ll walk through the very few things of sharepoint but I’ll keep on updating as long as I get the time to publish the blog.
The picture below shows the main page of your Company website i.e. http://companyweb
On the left hand side you will find Documents, Pictures, List,Dicussions and Surveys. And on the main you will see Announcements. These are the main features which are showing the meaning itself.
PIC -2 below
In the picture below you will see General Documents where you can create a new document, upload an existing document, create a new folder,Filter the file, you can edit the document in the Datasheet.
Here you will find an a new uploaded document ‘managed services marketing letter’. You can Edit, Delete, Discuss and take the properties of this document. You can also view the version history of this document too.
PIC -4 Document versioning
Here you will see 2 documents “A small business server” and “Managed services marketing letter”. One these documents has three version. Look at the PIC-5. Click the image to enlarge
PIC-5 – Document versioning
if you look at the picture below you will find THREE Versions of the same documents at different times. This is the feature I like most in the Sharepoint. This way my original file still remains the same while other users still edit the file and it never over writes. Bingo . Try it yourself.
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