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Beginning SharePoint® 2007 Administration: Windows® SharePoint® Services 3.0 and Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 by Göran Husman

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Chapter 12. Customizing SharePoint 2007

In this chapter, you learn how to configure and manage the MS Office SharePoint Server 2007. You may recall from previous chapters that MOSS is an optional add-on to the WSS platform. It will enable you to build more advanced sites, such as portals, intranets and Internet sites, along with the WSS team sites. MOSS will also make it easier for users to navigate between sites and sharing information within the whole organization. The objectives for a portal site are different than for the team sites, thus new functionality is needed: You could say that the portal site is the place where a few people create and manage information directed to many, whereas the team sites are the places where a group of people create and manage information that is directed to the other members of this group.

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