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(40)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Nov 5, 2015
Duration
2h 43m
Description

Through this course, we will focus on the SharePoint Site Collections portion of the 70-347 Exam. We will work through the creation of Site Collections, configuring external user access, and go through planning a collaboration system. From Yammer and NewsFeeds, to Excel and Visio services, we will look at the most effective ways to plan our SharePoint Online environment.

About the author
About the author

Jeff previously worked at Microsoft for over 8 years in MSIT going through multiple release cycles of SharePoint, Exchange, Groove, Office and Lync.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Configure External User Sharing
Hi and welcome back. What we're going to do right now is we're going to go over a quick intro for Configure External User Sharing. Now the first thing we're going to have to talk about is our exam requirements. So, automatically right off the bat, it's "Enable globally, enable per site collection, share with external users, and remove external user access. " Now here's the link for you to go check out, just to make sure that there's no changes or anything. Now, when we look at this we're basically going to have to go over each and every single one of these pieces to make sure that we're ready for this portion. So let's go take a look at what we're going to be doing. We're going to go over the following components. We're going to talk about understanding external users. Exactly what are external users and are there different types of external users? From there, we're going to talk about enable sharing globally. What does it actually mean and what are our options? Then we're going to take that down a step and we're going to go down to the site collection to enable sharing on it. Now the next one we're going to do is we're actually going to go and actually share with the external users. We're going to talk about what we can share with them and of course how we actually share different components. And last, but not least, we have to also be able to remove external users. Now that being said, with all this completed we'll then go over a review and just like we've done previously, this is going to be a QA. We're going to pop up a real-world scenario. We're going to talk about it and go over the questions and the answers and then choose the correct answer from it. Alright, without further ado, let's head over and start with understanding external users.

Plan a Collaboration Solution II
Welcome back and thank you for joining me for another one. What we're going to do in this one is we're going to go over Plan a Collaboration Solution Part II. Now my name is Jeff Adkin. Feel free to follow me on Twitter @JeffAdkin or check out my website at JAdkin. com. Now we're going to do what we do every single time, we're going to go check those exam requirements. Now, remember this whole big one? "Yammer. com versus newsfeeds, coauthoring, Project Online, access files across multiple client devices, migrate files to OneDrive for Business, Excel Services, Visio Services, App Store, enterprise eDiscovery using the web UI and Windows PowerShell. " And of course, the URL. Alright, so what are we going to do in this one? Since we're separating this up we're going to get the rest of those ones done. So the first thing we're going to go over is accessing files. Now we're going to talk about accessing files on a list, how we're able to access it, not only across multiple devices, but also how many different ways can we actually access the data? The next thing we're going to go over is co-authoring. And from there, Excel Services, Visio Services. We're going to look at PowerShell and then we're going to review all of it. And of course we'll use real-world examples and we'll try to figure out exactly what the answer is and we'll walk through the whole thing together. Okay, all that being said, let's go jump in right now to accessing files.