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Account Services

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Cloud Office

The SharePoint service provides 250 MB of storage at no charge. When you are ready to upgrade, you can do so in 1 GB increments in your control panel. To upgrade SharePoint storage, log in to the control panel, and perform the...
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From the Administrators section of the control panel, you can manage your administrators' access and activity. You can add multiple administrators with varying degrees of account access. There are Super, Standard, and...
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Server Management

One of the most common questions when someone starts to using SharePoint is how to add users. SharePoint does not provide a way to authenticate or control the password accounts. SharePoint depends on Active Directory (AD) (or...
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Sharepoint

Permission levels control access to your entire site or to specific folders, documents, lists, and other page elements on your site. To manage permission levels for individual users or groups to specific elements in SharePoint...
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Windows SharePoint Services eliminates clutter by ensuring that each SharePoint site user sees only the parts of the site to which the user has access. If you have access to multiple sites, you access them from the navigation bar...
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You can change the regional settings of your SharePoint site. Regional settings include time zone, time format, calendar settings, and locale. Log in to SharePoint with your Admin ID and password.   Click the Site...
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To delete a site from your SharePoint site collection, log in to SharePoint with your Admin ID and password, and then perform the following steps: Click the Site Actions menu and then select Site Settings....
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The Announcements Web Part is a default element on many SharePoint site pages and it can be added on others. Some page types, like wiki pages, cannot include an Announcements Web Part. To create an announcement in SharePoint...
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A site collection is a group of websites with the same owner and administration settings. Your collection of sites is located under the URL that you entered when you enabled SharePoint. Creating a site adds a site in the...
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You can add a network drive or network place to your computer to access SharePoint document libraries. Perform the following steps for the version of Windows that you are using. Windows 8 From the Start Menu,...
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Windows SharePoint Services provides many types of lists, each configured to store a specific type of content. SharePoint sites created from templates automatically include appropriate lists. You can delete the lists that you don...
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Document libraries can contain folders as well as files. You can set permissions* at the folder level. For example, you might need to restrict access to a folder that contains sensitive financial data. Log in to your...
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Windows SharePoint Services provides many standard document libraries and lists that make it easy for you to create libraries and lists that meet your needs. To create a document library, perform the following steps: Log...
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If you integrate Microsoft Office Outlook with Windows SharePoint Services, you can more easily manage all your calendar information, including information from calendars stored on a SharePoint site. You can display a SharePoint...
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You can add users to SharePoint and add those users to groups. Groups make it easier to maintain user permissions levels. Log in to SharePoint with your administrator ID and password.   Click the Site...
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Follow the steps in this article to create a group of users and add the group to a SharePoint site. You must be a SharePoint site administrator to create groups and add them to sites. To create a group and add it to a...
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You need to add users to your SharePoint site in the following instances: - You have purchased only SharePoint and no email hosting services. - You want users with email addresses outside of our email platform to access...
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To add a custom logo to your SharePoint site, log in to SharePoint with your Admin ID and password, and perform the following steps: Upload the logo image to your Picture Library. If you have not yet created a picture...
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Windows SharePoint Services provides many standard libraries and lists that make it easy for you to create libraries and lists that meet your needs. To create a picture library, perform the following steps: Log in to...
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Microsoft SharePoint is the most popular application of its type ever created. According to Microsoft, more than 65,000 companies manage a total of 125 million SharePoint licenses – and 67% of these customers have rolled out...
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Alerts are a useful part of Windows SharePoint Services. You can sign up to receive an alert when a change is made to the contents of a document library. Use alerts to stay informed about updates to your documents, rather than...
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The Calendar Web Part is a default part of a SharePoint site that is based on the Team Site template. You can add appointments, tasks, and reminders to the SharePoint calendar, and they will be visible to all site users. To...
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Web Parts are ASP.NET server controls that display content defined by a site administrator or site user. The Announcements, Calendar, and Links areas are standard Web Parts. Each Web Part displays a view of its corresponding...
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When you are working in Rackspace Cloud Storage App for Microsoft SharePoint, you can choose to remove the stored credentials by clicking the Log Out button.You are then prompted to confirm that you want to log out.If you choose...
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Part of the Managed Metadata Service Application (MMSA) in SharePoint 2010 video series, this video will continue our discussion about the MMSA components.   Using MMSA, the information can be shared within the...
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The Rackspace Cloud Files platform enables you to generate temporary URLs that you can use to grant others access to objects within your Cloud Files account for the amount of time that you specify. The Rackspace Cloud Storage App...
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Part of the Managed Metadata Service Application (MMSA) in SharePoint 2010 video series, this video will continue our discussion about the MMSA components.   In this video, we will discuss the examples on how to use...
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Rackspace Storage App supports the dragging of files into containers. After you have navigated to a container inside the app, the page displays a drop zone into which you can drag files (as shown in the following figure). Any...
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Rackspace Cloud Files enables you to log in to your Cloud Control Panel and create containers inside your Cloud Files account. When you create a container, you must choose a Rackspace data center to host your container — either...
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The first time that you access Rackspace Cloud Storage App for Microsoft SharePoint, and every time that you want to log back in after logging out, you are prompted to provide credentials for your Rackspace Cloud Files account....
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Follow the steps below to add the Rackspace Cloud Storage App from the SharePoint Store: Verify that the user account performing this procedure is a member of the site Owners group. On the home page, under Get started with...
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Rackspace Cloud Storage App for Microsoft SharePoint enables you to work with files inside of Rackspace Cloud Files alongside SharePoint content. You can download the Cloud Storage App from the SharePoint Store. Cloud Storage App...
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Many news sites, blogs, and other online information providers use RSS to automatically feed information to subscribers. With Windows SharePoint Services, every SharePoint list is RSS-enabled. If you have an RSS reader, you...
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To easily share information with members of your organization or team, you can make files available to users of your SharePoint site. Log in to your SharePoint site (for example, yourdomain.sharesrvr.com).  ...
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Team pages and certain other site pages have a Shared Documents section. By default, only the current version of a document is available to users in a document library. However,, you can choose to retain previous...
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Microsoft SharePoint is a remarkable success, with more than 70% of all enterprises currently using some version of the product. Adoption rates for SharePoint 2010 are equally robust: According to Forrester Research, 57% of...
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This is Part 2 of SharePoint 2010 Business Connectivity Services focused specifically on PerformancePoint Services (PPS). Click here to view Part 1. PerformancePoint Services is a service application in SharePoint Server...
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The folloiwng article demonstrates how to delete a site page from your SharePoint site. Let's take a look and perform the following steps below: 1. First thing to do is to login into your SharePoint Site. Once you're logged in...
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