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Question - 81 : - What is a workspace?

Answer - 81 : - A site or workspace is when you want a new place for collaborating on Web pages, lists and document libraries. For example, you might create a site to manage a new team or project, collaborate on a document or prepare for a meeting.

Question - 82 : - Can each user have access to their own calendar?

Answer - 82 : - Yes there are two ways to do this, * by creating a calendar for each user, or * by creating a calendar with a view for each user  

Question - 83 : - Which is better - SPS or STS?

Answer - 83 : - Before we begin - let us see what do these two abbreviations stand for. - SPS means SharePoint Portal Services - STS means SharePoint Team Services i.) Document management system in SPS is better than STS. ii.)The search engine in SPS is better, more efficient and possesses the capability to crawl multiple content sources in comparison to STS. iii.) If Document Management is not required, STS is easier to manage for team environment while SPS is better for an organization where Document Management is required.

Question - 84 : - What does partial trust mean the Web Part developer?

Answer - 84 : - If an assembly is installed into the BIN directory, the code must be ensured that provides error handling in the event that required permissions are not available. Otherwise, unhandled security exceptions may cause the Web Part to fail and may affect page rendering on the page where the Web Part appears.

Question - 85 : - what is the difference between a site and a web?

Answer - 85 : - The pages in a Web site generally cover one or more topics and are interconnected through hyperlinks. Most Web sites have a home page as their starting point. While a Web is simply a blank site with SharePoint functionality built in; meaning you have to create the site from the ground up.

Question - 86 : - How Does SharePoint work?

Answer - 86 : - The browser sends a DAV packet to IIS asking to perform a document check in. PKMDASL.DLL, an ISAPI DLL, parses the packet and sees that it has the proprietary INVOKE command. Because of the existence of this command, the packet is passed off to msdmserv.exe, who in turn processes the packet and uses EXOLEDB to access the WSS, perform the operation and send the results back to the user in the form of XML.

Question - 87 : - What are the actual advantages of SharePoint Portal Services (SPS) over SharePoint Team Services (STS)?

Answer - 87 : - SharePoint Portal Services (SPS) has MUCH better document management. It has check-in, check-out, versioning, approval, publishing, subscriptions, categories, etc. STS does not have these features, or they are very scaled back. SharePoint team Services (SPS) has a better search engine, and can crawl multiple content sources. STS cannot. STS is easier to manage and much better for a team environment where there is not much Document Management going on. SPS is better for an organization, or where Document Management is crucial.

Question - 88 : - How secure are Windows SharePoint Services sites hosted by Microsoft?

Answer - 88 : - Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Technical security measures provide firewall protection, intrusion detection, and web-publishing rules. The Microsoft operation center team tests and deploys software updates in order to maintain the highest level of security and software reliability. Software hot-fixes and service packs are tested and deployed based on their priority and level of risk. Security related hot-fixes are rapidly deployed into the environment to address current threats. A comprehensive software validation activity ensures software stability through regression testing prior to deployment.

Question - 89 : - What is SharePoint from a Users Perspective?

Answer - 89 : - From a Users perspective SharePoint is a way of making documents and folders on the Windows platform accessible over the web. The user visits the SharePoint Portal web page, and from there they can add documents, change documents & delete documents. Through this Portal, these documents are now available for discussion, collaboration, versioning and being managed through a workflow. Hence the name "Share-Point". Details about the document can be saved too, such as: who wrote it, when, for whom, its size, and version, category or target audience. These can then be used to find the document through SharePoint's Search facility. Even documents not "in" SharePoint can be included in the search engine's index so they become part of the portal. All in all, it's a great way to get stuff up on the web for users with average technical skills, and for administrators to manage the content.

Question - 90 : - Does SharePoint work with NFS?

Answer - 90 : - Yes and no. It can crawl documents on an NFS volume, but the sharepoint database or logs cannot be stored there.

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