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Microsoft® SharePoint 2010: Administrator’s Pocket Consultant by Ben Curry

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Chapter 13. Portals and Collaboration

One of the first things many administrators notice about SharePoint Server 2010 is the lack of a fully functioning portal. The lack of a portal is a result of the expansive feature set included in SharePoint Server 2010. There simply is no way to develop a portal that will work for every organization. Instead, you have been provided with a rich feature set to build your own, distinct portal. This chapter discusses the core features most administrators will use when building a portal.

Publishing Infrastructure

The publishing infrastructure of SharePoint Server 2010 contains many different features and a wide range of functionality. The major elements of this infrastructure are master ...

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