Configuring Windows SharePoint Foundation 2010 Sites

A site collection is a hierarchical structure that is made up of a top-level site and one or more sites below it. Each site has the ability to have unique settings and unique content. Each top-level site and any sites below it in the site structure are based on site templates. Administrators have the ability to partition their site collection content into multiple sites. This allows administrators to have finer control of the appearance, content, and features of the various pages in their site collection.

With the installation of your default SharePoint Foundation 2010 site complete, you are ready to start creating additional sites.

Configure Alternate Access Mapping

This allows you to assign ...

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