Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 70-332

Total Videos : 29 Course Duration: 11:17:15
1. Course Introduction (00:17:53)
2. Planning for SharePoint Business Continuity (00:25:49)
3. Planning for SQL Data Tier High Availability - Theory (00:23:34)
4. Planning for SQL Data Tier High Availability - Practice (00:22:02)
5. Planning for App Server High Availability (00:26:53)
6. Planning for Disaster Recovery - Theory (00:27:39)
7. Planning for Disaster Recovery - Backup (00:21:52)
8. Planning for Disaster Recovery - Restore (00:24:33)
9. Upgrading to SharePoint 2013 - Theory (00:23:25)
10. Upgrading to SharePoint 2013 - Practice (00:17:40)
11. Managing SharePoint Solutions - Theory (00:27:02)
12. Managing SharePoint Solutions - Practice (00:19:10)
13. Implementing an App Management Strategy - Theory (00:26:27)
14. Implementing an App Management Strategy - Practice (00:23:08)
15. Configuring BCS and the Secure Store - Theory (00:26:49)
16. Configuring BCS and the Secure Store - Practice (00:21:31)
17. Implementing BI Solutions - Theory (00:28:10)
18. Implementing BI Solutions - Practice (00:20:20)
19. Configuring Work Management - Theory (00:25:24)
20. Configuring Work Management - Practice (00:22:16)
21. Planning a Search Workload - Theory (00:22:31)
22. Planning a Search Workload - Practice (00:19:07)
23. Planning a Social Workload - Theory (00:28:44)
24. Planning a Social Workload - Practice (00:17:14)
25. Planning a WCM Workload - Theory (00:27:15)
26. Planning a WCM Workload - Practice (00:20:17)
27. Planning an ECM Workload - Theory (00:28:13)
28. Planning an ECM Workload - Practice (00:23:34)
29. Course Conclusion (00:18:43)
This video training course with Tim Warner covers all objectives in Microsoft's Exam 70-332, Advanced Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint 2013. Due to the advanced nature of this course, we strongly recommend that you first complete our training for Exam 70-331, Core Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint 2013 to ensure that you understand the foundation concepts.

Related Area of Expertise:
  • Messaging/Communications

Recommended skills:
  • According to Microsoft, candidates for this exam typically have more than four years of hands-on experience planning and maintaining SharePoint and other core technologies upon which SharePoint depends, including Windows Server 2008 R2 or later, Internet Information Services (IIS), Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 or later, Active Directory, and networking infrastructure services.

Recommended equipment:
  • Windows Server 2012
  • SQL Server 2012
  • SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise Edition
  • Exchange Server 2013
  • Office Professional Plus 2013
  • Project Server 2013
  • Office Web Apps 2013

Related certifications:
  • MCSE: SharePoint
  • MCSM: SharePoint

Related job functions:
  • SharePoint farm administrator
  • SharePoint developer
  • Site collection administrator
  • Site owner
  • Business analyst
  • Systems engineer
  • Database administrator
  • Network manager

Topics include planning for business continuity, high availability, and disaster recovery; managing service applications; Implementing business data connectivity; deploying and managing SharePoint apps, and more.

Course Introduction

00:00:00 - Hi, welcome to our CBT Nuggets training course
00:00:03 - on Microsoft Exam 70-332-- Advanced Solutions
00:00:07 - of Microsoft SharePoint 2013.
00:00:10 - My name is Tim Warner, and I'm happy to be your trainer.
00:00:13 - The title of this Nugget is Course Introduction.
00:00:16 - My chief goal as your trainer is to prepare
00:00:19 - you to pass this certification exam
00:00:22 - and earn your MCSE in SharePoint.
00:00:24 - Before we get to that point, I want
00:00:26 - to make sure that we're both on the same page with regard
00:00:29 - to how Microsoft SharePoint certification works.
00:00:33 - If you're taking this course, then chances are,
00:00:35 - you've already passed the other exams in the MCSE.
00:00:38 - But I just want to cover that base
00:00:40 - so I feel confident that you're properly
00:00:43 - armed with all the facts.
00:00:45 - That having been said, if you haven't studied and passed
00:00:48 - the 70-331-- Core Solutions of SharePoint 2013,
00:00:53 - you probably want to go back and do that.
00:00:55 - I'm going to teach in this Nugget
00:00:57 - how you can know whether you're a good fit
00:00:59 - for this particular course.
00:01:01 - I'll give you a brief blueprint of how I organized this course
00:01:04 - and give you some practical tips and tricks
00:01:06 - for getting the most out of this training in the smallest
00:01:09 - amount of time.
00:01:10 - And then we'll introduce the 70-332 test.
00:01:13 - I'm going to give you specific exam
00:01:15 - strategies at the end of the course, once we have all
00:01:18 - the theory and practice out of the way.
00:01:20 - Here I just want to give you need
00:01:22 - to know info on the front end.
00:01:24 - Let's begin.
00:01:26 - Now, in the past few years, Microsoft
00:01:28 - has changed their IT pro certifications quite a bit.
00:01:31 - It used to be that the MCSE, or Microsoft Certified Systems
00:01:35 - Engineer, was the golden credential for the IT pro.
00:01:39 - And that-- that is to say MCSE-- was reserved for Windows Server
00:01:44 - systems engineer tasks.
00:01:45 - Now, in 2013, Microsoft has brought back the MCSE
00:01:49 - after for a while going in another direction with titles
00:01:53 - like MCTS and MCITP that we don't need to be worried about.
00:01:57 - But MCSE is now a much broader title.
00:02:00 - Note that it stands for Microsoft Certified Solutions
00:02:04 - Expert.
00:02:04 - It's not a systems engineer.
00:02:06 - It's solutions.
00:02:07 - And you'll note that I'm going to put
00:02:09 - key terms on my whiteboard slides in bold,
00:02:12 - so you know that this is an important point.
00:02:15 - Solutions means that we're experts
00:02:17 - not only with SharePoint, but with all of the SharePoint
00:02:20 - dependencies, things like Windows Server,
00:02:24 - IIS administration, Active Directory, and so forth.
00:02:28 - So these exams are, by definition, tougher,
00:02:30 - because they require that you have broad platform knowledge.
00:02:34 - So the MCSE is the IT pro credential
00:02:37 - for folks who are perhaps working in the operations
00:02:42 - department of your organization, or if it's a smaller shop,
00:02:45 - maybe you're just the network guy or the network gal.
00:02:48 - Microsoft has additional tracks for solution developers,
00:02:51 - AKA programmers.
00:02:53 - That's the MCSD or Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer.
00:02:57 - And the MCSM is the top level credential.
00:03:00 - That's Certified SharePoint Master-- MCSM.
00:03:05 - Say that five times quickly.
00:03:06 - Believe me, that's a very tough certification to earn.
00:03:09 - Let's quickly jet out onto the web,
00:03:11 - and I want to take you to a couple
00:03:12 - pages you need to be familiar with at the Microsoft Learning
00:03:16 - Web portal.
00:03:17 - First, the Microsoft Learning home page
00:03:19 - at Microsoft.com/learning.
00:03:22 - This site is pretty intelligently designed.
00:03:24 - What I normally do is come under Certification and Exams,
00:03:28 - and then we can come directly down under Server
00:03:31 - to SharePoint to see what the certifications look like here.
00:03:34 - We're concerned with the Solutions Expert.
00:03:36 - So I'll click the MCSE SharePoint image.
00:03:39 - And it tells us exactly what we need
00:03:41 - to do in order to earn the title.
00:03:43 - There's five exams, each priced at $150 USD.
00:03:47 - We are right here in the last step,
00:03:49 - the so-called Advanced Solutions of SharePoint.
00:03:52 - And there's the other half of this two-part series
00:03:55 - on SharePoint.
00:03:56 - That's called Core Solutions.
00:03:58 - That's exam 70-331.
00:04:00 - And what came as a surprise to many of us is,
00:04:02 - in keeping with the solutions motif,
00:04:04 - you have to earn the MCSA in Windows Server 2012
00:04:08 - in order to earn your SharePoint MCSE.
00:04:10 - At first blush, you might think, well,
00:04:13 - what does Windows Server 2012 have
00:04:15 - to do with being a SharePoint administrator?
00:04:18 - Of course, you know at this point in the game, a lot.
00:04:21 - So it does make sense to me that Microsoft has that requirement.
00:04:24 - The other thing I want to draw your attention to on this page
00:04:27 - is the Upgrade option here, that if you
00:04:29 - have any of these titles, you can shorten your learning
00:04:33 - path by taking a composite exam for Windows Server 2012
00:04:37 - and then do your 331 and 332 as normal.
00:04:40 - That will save you quite a bit of money.
00:04:42 - The other page I wanted to show you
00:04:43 - is the exam blueprint page for 332.
00:04:46 - You'll see that Microsoft tells you the exam fee
00:04:49 - right up front.
00:04:50 - I'm grateful that they've done that.
00:04:51 - It tells us the credit toward certification, which we already
00:04:54 - know.
00:04:55 - You can schedule your exam through
00:04:57 - prometric.com/microsoft.
00:04:59 - And then down below, the real meat and potatoes
00:05:02 - here are the skills that are measured.
00:05:04 - You see that the knowledge is broken into five categories--
00:05:09 - one on business continuity.
00:05:11 - That's dealing with things like-- well, actually,
00:05:14 - let me expand it and show you-- high availability and disaster
00:05:17 - recovery for all the tiers on a SharePoint farm,
00:05:20 - how to do backup and restore, not only in SharePoint but also
00:05:24 - in SQL Server.
00:05:25 - Again, we're solutions experts here.
00:05:27 - So we have to be pretty proficient
00:05:29 - with SQL Server, Windows, IIS, as well as SharePoint
00:05:33 - and the Office applications.
00:05:35 - After that, we go into planning a SharePoint environment,
00:05:37 - where we look at different workloads.
00:05:39 - How do we optimize and plan and execute SharePoint for search?
00:05:44 - How about for web content management?
00:05:46 - How about for enterprise content management, and so on?
00:05:49 - We'll be looking at server roles and service applications a lot.
00:05:53 - There's a separate section of the exam that
00:05:55 - deals with migration scenarios.
00:05:57 - So by the end of this training, you'll
00:05:58 - understand all the ramifications of what
00:06:01 - it takes to move from, say, SharePoint 2010
00:06:04 - to SharePoint 2013.
00:06:05 - The next section deals specifically
00:06:07 - with service applications.
00:06:09 - You know by now that the service application
00:06:11 - is the element of functionality in a SharePoint farm.
00:06:15 - So you have to know all the basics.
00:06:17 - All the basics is stuff that we learned in the 331 skill set.
00:06:21 - Here we assume all that and then go to the next level.
00:06:24 - We learn how the SharePoint apps store and apps model works.
00:06:28 - We learn how to build out our own apps
00:06:30 - presence within the farm.
00:06:33 - We have to make sure we are expert
00:06:34 - with all the built-in productivity
00:06:36 - services, like Access services, Excel, and Visio services,
00:06:41 - the conversion services, and language translation.
00:06:44 - We have to understand how to do inter-farm service application
00:06:48 - federation.
00:06:49 - And we have to have expertise with using
00:06:51 - Secure Store and Business Connectivity Services.
00:06:55 - The final section gets back into the idea of apps,
00:06:59 - where we manage solutions and applications,
00:07:02 - we differentiate SharePoint apps from Sandbox solutions
00:07:06 - to farm solutions, we go back into business intelligence
00:07:10 - and sweep up the shavings by making
00:07:12 - sure we're fully familiar with PerformancePoint Services
00:07:15 - and integration between SharePoint and SQL
00:07:18 - Server Reporting services.
00:07:20 - And then finally, we have integration
00:07:22 - with other servers-- Exchange server,
00:07:24 - Microsoft Project Server.
00:07:26 - You might be thinking, Tim, this is
00:07:28 - a huge amount of information.
00:07:29 - And you know what?
00:07:30 - You're absolutely right.
00:07:32 - It is.
00:07:33 - To that point, I want you to know
00:07:34 - that the topics in this exam-- in case you all didn't already
00:07:37 - know-- are truly advanced.
00:07:40 - And they do require that you already know the basics.
00:07:43 - So we simply don't have time in this course
00:07:46 - to go back and review how to install SharePoint,
00:07:50 - how to create a service application instance, how
00:07:53 - to get to your services in the farm and start and stop.
00:07:57 - All of that stuff needs to be assumed,
00:07:58 - and we're going to take the next level.
00:08:01 - Therefore, if you're not comfortable with all
00:08:03 - of the foundations, your best bet,
00:08:05 - if you're a CBT Nugget site subscriber,
00:08:07 - is to take one or the other or both of my other SharePoint
00:08:12 - 2013 courses for CBT Nuggets, specifically the 331,
00:08:16 - to give you what you need to know from a basic core
00:08:19 - level regarding SharePoint farm administration.
00:08:22 - And I also did a course that deals strictly
00:08:25 - with SharePoint end user skills.
00:08:28 - And it maps to the Microsoft Office specialist exam 77-419.
00:08:32 - Even if you're an admin, please don't poo poo this course.
00:08:36 - It contains a lot of good, high impact information.
00:08:39 - And I can almost guarantee you that by the end of that course,
00:08:42 - you'll think to yourself, wow, I'm
00:08:43 - actually much more proficient using SharePoint as an end user
00:08:47 - than I was before.
00:08:48 - That, of course, is my goal as your instructor.
00:08:51 - Answering the question, how did I organized this course,
00:08:54 - for your benefit, is pretty easy.
00:08:56 - I always use the exam blueprint from Microsoft
00:08:59 - as the skeleton of the course.
00:09:01 - My challenge as an instructor-- and this doesn't
00:09:04 - have any bearing on you at all, it's my burden to bear--
00:09:07 - is, sometimes Microsoft's way of ordering concepts on those exam
00:09:10 - pages isn't particularly intuitive.
00:09:12 - I think in this case, the 332 skill set
00:09:15 - is quite intelligently laid out.
00:09:17 - And I think you'll see that it's obvious
00:09:19 - when you look at the Nuggets in this course,
00:09:22 - that I used the exam blueprint.
00:09:24 - After all, being a certification candidate myself,
00:09:27 - I know how important it is to feel secure
00:09:30 - that all of the bullet points on an exam blueprint
00:09:33 - are being covered in your training,
00:09:34 - because if you've taken Microsoft tests before--
00:09:37 - and I have to assume you have-- you know
00:09:39 - that those questions will, in fact, go to the outer limits
00:09:43 - and beyond of what's on the exam blueprint.
00:09:45 - I'm going to give you something to look at in every Nugget.
00:09:49 - And by something to look at, I mean some kind of demo.
00:09:52 - I've watched hours and hours and hours
00:09:55 - of computer-based training, not only from CBT Nuggets,
00:09:58 - but just about all the other major providers in the world.
00:10:01 - So I'm definitely as much a student as I am a teacher.
00:10:04 - I know that it can get tedious and boring to watch white board
00:10:07 - after white board after white board.
00:10:09 - So I'm going to make sure that we have that healthy balance.
00:10:11 - Now, sometimes in this course, you'll
00:10:14 - find that the material is so intense that I
00:10:16 - have to split the Nuggets in two,
00:10:18 - where I'll give you one that is theory, that
00:10:20 - has very limited demo, and the next one
00:10:23 - will be a practical lesson that's almost entirely demo.
00:10:27 - But I want to make sure to repeat that you pick up
00:10:30 - both the head knowledge as well as the practical application.
00:10:33 - You absolutely need that.
00:10:35 - Be on the look out in the CBT Nuggets website
00:10:37 - over the coming months for virtual labs
00:10:39 - that will give you the ability to practice in a SharePoint
00:10:42 - sandbox and do all the labs along with me
00:10:45 - as you go through your training.
00:10:47 - I love to sprinkle external resources through the training.
00:10:50 - So you'll see a lot of pop-up balloons
00:10:52 - that point you to web resources.
00:10:54 - We have our own custom short domain called cbt.gg.
00:10:58 - And you'll find that the short links are that,
00:11:00 - and then forward slash, and then there'll
00:11:02 - be a short string of alphanumeric characters.
00:11:05 - Please note that those alphanumeric characters
00:11:07 - are case sensitive.
00:11:09 - I wish that you could click the link directly
00:11:11 - in the movie player.
00:11:12 - You'll have to jot them down on your phone
00:11:14 - or on a piece of paper.
00:11:15 - But it should save you, because some URLs
00:11:18 - are ridiculously long.
00:11:19 - Believe me.
00:11:20 - You'll thank me for giving you this short URLs.
00:11:22 - Finally, we build our skills incrementally
00:11:24 - as we move through the course.
00:11:26 - To that end, I formally recommend
00:11:28 - you watch the Nuggets in series so you
00:11:30 - don't come across references where I say, well,
00:11:33 - we learned such and so three Nuggets back.
00:11:35 - And now let's go on from that.
00:11:37 - Well, if you've watching the Nuggets sequentially,
00:11:39 - you already have those concepts under your proverbial belt.
00:11:43 - Let's finish this introductory Nugget
00:11:46 - with some general comments regarding that 70-332 exam.
00:11:50 - Like I told you earlier, we're going
00:11:52 - to do a separate Nugget where I give you
00:11:54 - specific targeted strategies.
00:11:56 - You'll notice that I have in bold "case study."
00:11:58 - The most important thing for you to keep in mind
00:12:00 - at this point in the game with regard to 70-332
00:12:03 - is that its format may be different
00:12:05 - from other certification tests that you've taken in the past.
00:12:09 - A case study format means that you
00:12:11 - have a number-- I can't tell you how many
00:12:13 - because I don't want to violate my non-disclosure agreement.
00:12:17 - I'll just use three for the sake of example here.
00:12:20 - Three representative fictional cases.
00:12:23 - Each one of those cases involves a fair amount of reading
00:12:26 - but not as much as we've seen in the past.
00:12:28 - Years ago, when Microsoft first started rolling out
00:12:31 - the case study exams, around 2000, 2003,
00:12:35 - there was a lot of text to go through.
00:12:37 - And that can have issues if you're not
00:12:39 - taking the exam in your native language.
00:12:41 - So definitely make sure you're doing that.
00:12:43 - But it also brings up the question, how much of this
00:12:46 - is about validating my skills with the technology,
00:12:49 - and how much of this is like an LSAT exam or a GRE test,
00:12:53 - where you're testing my ability to read and process
00:12:56 - information?
00:12:57 - I don't know.
00:12:57 - I'll leave that question for you to consider.
00:13:00 - Email me if you want to talk about it.
00:13:02 - But the non-negotiable is, you're
00:13:04 - going to have to deal with these cases.
00:13:06 - The good news is that they're all
00:13:07 - set up the same general way.
00:13:09 - You'll have some fictional description
00:13:11 - of what the company does.
00:13:12 - And then the main parts of the cases that are important
00:13:15 - is that you'll see a section for their business requirements.
00:13:19 - This is what we've got going on now,
00:13:20 - but these are the requirements that we need going forward
00:13:24 - and that we're hoping SharePoint will help us with.
00:13:26 - So in a sense, you as the exam candidate
00:13:29 - are role playing a little bit.
00:13:30 - You could almost imagine yourself being hired on
00:13:33 - as a consultant, and you're sitting down
00:13:35 - with all the key decision makers of this company.
00:13:38 - They're telling you what they have
00:13:39 - and what the requirements are.
00:13:41 - And then you need to map those requirements
00:13:44 - to capabilities in SharePoint Server.
00:13:47 - So there's the business requirements,
00:13:49 - which may or may not map directly to SharePoint.
00:13:52 - And then you have the technical requirements
00:13:54 - that give you limitations in their IT infrastructure.
00:13:58 - Remember it's all about doing as close a match
00:14:01 - as possible to make sure that the SharePoint solution you
00:14:03 - propose satisfies their requirements-- the business
00:14:07 - requirements as well as the technical requirements.
00:14:10 - And each of those cases will have
00:14:12 - about a dozen or so questions that grill you
00:14:14 - about various aspects of the case.
00:14:17 - There are a lot of interactive items on the 332 test.
00:14:20 - Other Microsoft tests do not have any interactive items.
00:14:24 - By interactive items, I mean things like drag and drop,
00:14:26 - where you have a series of tasks and you
00:14:28 - need to arrange them in their proper order.
00:14:31 - Sometimes you just have to pick which ones are relevant
00:14:34 - and they don't have to be in an order.
00:14:36 - And there's also place the target items,
00:14:37 - where you'll see a user interface element, maybe
00:14:40 - a screen capture from Central Administration,
00:14:42 - and it asks you where would you click
00:14:44 - in that interface to get to where you need to be.
00:14:47 - So like I said, in some past exams,
00:14:49 - not only where there are no interactive questions,
00:14:51 - but the item writers focused on PowerShell big time.
00:14:55 - For some weird reason, I don't see that trend
00:14:57 - with the SharePoint exams.
00:14:59 - I find it really weird.
00:15:00 - It may be-- well, I don't even want to speculate.
00:15:03 - But know the user interface cold.
00:15:06 - Know Central Administration, know the SharePoint team site
00:15:10 - and some of the other main templates--
00:15:12 - the Records Center template, the Business Intelligence center.
00:15:15 - We'll get to that as we go on.
00:15:17 - I told you to go to Prometric to register for these things.
00:15:20 - On that Prometric landing page, there's
00:15:22 - a link for special offers.
00:15:23 - Please keep that page bookmarked so you can take advantage
00:15:27 - of offers like the second shot promotion.
00:15:29 - Microsoft has had a lattice success
00:15:31 - with this over the last years.
00:15:32 - What it does is allows you to essentially
00:15:34 - get two vouchers for the price of one
00:15:37 - such that if you don't pass the test on your first try,
00:15:40 - you can immediately reapply, use your second voucher code,
00:15:44 - and you've only still paid their initial $150 instead of $300.
00:15:48 - That's pretty cool, isn't it?
00:15:50 - Let's wrap up what we've learned in this course introduction.
00:15:54 - Now, if you've been with me for other courses,
00:15:55 - you'll notice that I'm trying some new instructional
00:15:58 - techniques in this series.
00:15:59 - I look forward to hearing your feedback.
00:16:01 - I'm going to pop my email address right up
00:16:03 - at the front end of the course, and I'll give it to you
00:16:06 - again at the end of the course.
00:16:07 - I love to keep in touch with my students.
00:16:09 - Let me know what works.
00:16:10 - Let me know what doesn't.
00:16:12 - I'm here.
00:16:12 - After all, my main goal is to help
00:16:15 - you achieve your goal with SharePoint Server.
00:16:18 - In this Nugget, we reviewed SharePoint certification
00:16:21 - so you know about the different general tracks, IT pro, dev,
00:16:24 - and master, and that our focus is
00:16:26 - that Solutions Expert credential.
00:16:29 - You now know whether you should wait
00:16:31 - before entering this course or go ahead with it.
00:16:34 - Remember, this is not beginner information.
00:16:37 - And we make assumptions at the outset of your current skill
00:16:40 - level with Windows, SQL Server, IIS, SharePoint, Exchange,
00:16:44 - and so forth.
00:16:45 - We do have other courses available, not just
00:16:48 - my courses in SharePoint.
00:16:49 - But we have courses in the CBT Nuggets library
00:16:52 - on SQL Server 2012, web development,
00:16:55 - all that good stuff.
00:16:56 - You know how this course is organized.
00:16:58 - You know that the course is arranged to map to the exam
00:17:01 - blueprint and that we're going to integrate
00:17:04 - both the theory and the practice so that you
00:17:06 - have a nice healthy balance of both.
00:17:09 - We finished with approaching the 70-332 test.
00:17:12 - You're aware of the format of the test.
00:17:14 - And you at least have that in your mind, I hope,
00:17:16 - as you go through the training.
00:17:18 - Continue to think of yourself, whether you are a SharePoint
00:17:21 - consultant or not, act as if you are.
00:17:23 - And think about how you would respond to different questions
00:17:26 - that a client might ask you about how SharePoint can help
00:17:29 - them achieve their business and technical goals.
00:17:33 - Well, that's it for the introduction.
00:17:34 - We're ready to get into the content proper now.
00:17:37 - So fasten your proverbial seat belts,
00:17:39 - because it's going to be an intense ride.
00:17:41 - But it also will be a fun ride.
00:17:43 - And I'll do my best to make some corny jokes-- not too
00:17:46 - many-- to keep things on the lighter side.
00:17:49 - With that, I hope that this has been informative for you.
00:17:52 - And I'd like to thank you for viewing.

Planning for SharePoint Business Continuity

Planning for SQL Data Tier High Availability - Theory

Planning for SQL Data Tier High Availability - Practice

Planning for App Server High Availability

Planning for Disaster Recovery - Theory

Planning for Disaster Recovery - Backup

Planning for Disaster Recovery - Restore

Upgrading to SharePoint 2013 - Theory

Upgrading to SharePoint 2013 - Practice

Managing SharePoint Solutions - Theory

Managing SharePoint Solutions - Practice

Implementing an App Management Strategy - Theory

Implementing an App Management Strategy - Practice

Configuring BCS and the Secure Store - Theory

Configuring BCS and the Secure Store - Practice

Implementing BI Solutions - Theory

Implementing BI Solutions - Practice

Configuring Work Management - Theory

Configuring Work Management - Practice

Planning a Search Workload - Theory

Planning a Search Workload - Practice

Planning a Social Workload - Theory

Planning a Social Workload - Practice

Planning a WCM Workload - Theory

Planning a WCM Workload - Practice

Planning an ECM Workload - Theory

Planning an ECM Workload - Practice

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