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Learn to work with the major new features of SharePoint 2013
Featuring the all-star author team from the previous edition, this essential book offers a complete update on how to make the new features of SharePoint 2013 work. Packed with helpful guidance for making your SharePoint 2013 planning and installation successful, this new edition provides a clear picture of SharePoint 2013 administration, the functionality it provides, and advice on how to make it work for you.
Professional SharePoint 2013 Administration:
* Compares and contrasts SharePoint 2013 to earlier versions and reviews what's new in the 2013 iteration
* Shares techniques for making SharePoint 2013 installation smooth and successful
* Demonstrates ways to best configure SharePoint 2013 for high-availability backups
* Details workflows in SharePoint 2013
* Provides invaluable troubleshooting advice
* Explains how to integrate SharePoint with Word, Excel(r), PowerPoint(r), Outlook(r), InfoPath(r), OneNote(r), and Microsoft Visio(r)
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Shane Young is a Microsoft SharePoint MVP and one of the best-known SharePoint administrators. He is a frequent speaker at Microsoft TechEd and other SharePoint Conferences. He has taught hundreds of students the art of SharePoint Administration through his company SharePoint 911, owned by RackSpace, and his SharePoint Admin blog.
Steve Caravajal, PhD, is a Director and Productivity Architect with the Microsoft Corporation. He has 23+ years' experience in technology and product development, consulting, and training. He is an Adjunct Professor who teaches enterprise architecture, public and private cloud technology, and software development. He has several patents and published articles, speaks at conferences, and has written several books.
Todd Klindt is a Microsoft SharePoint MVP who speaks regularly at Microsoft TechEd and other SharePoint conferences internationally. He has written articles for TechNet magazine, Windows IT Pro magazine, and co-written several books.
Wrox Professional guides are written by working developers to address everyday needs. They provide examples, practical solutions, and expert education in new technologies, all designed to help programmers do a better job.

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Excellent SharePoint Reference! 29. Mai 2013
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As a relative Sharepoint newbie who was given the task of setting up and deploying a sharepoint for our development group, I found this book to be a wonderful resource. I had already installed and deployed using the native wizards from Microsoft, but once I had time to read this book I realized that lathered were many things that MS glosses over in the installation. So much so that I scrapped my initial deployment and did it over 100% so I could utilize the processes presented in this book.

One area that excelled is the section on setting up the search services. This is a critical and very powerful part of SharePoint 2013, and one that the native "wizard" does poorly, in my opinion. After going through the chapter on configuring the search services, I have a very well configured and stable foundation for this important service.

Even though this book is directed more towards the Enterprise version (my organization uses the Standard version) it was still well worth the cost for the information provided.

I would agree that some of the scripts would be far easier to use if they were available online, but this is a minor issue.
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Solid Book 23. Mai 2013
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First and foremost, this was one of the first books out on SharePoint 2013. It straight forward, is easy to follow, well organized and is not padded with useless fluff. There are several nuggets that are helpful that I did not find anywhere else. It is great to have as a reference while building out your SharePoint farm.

The only negative is there is a lot of powershell scripts which is great. It would have been great if they could have been downloaded. There is one chapter of code that can be downloaded. If they added the scripts from the other chapters, it would be very helpful.
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Excellent book on SharePoint 2013 29. April 2013
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Excellent book on SharePoint 2013. The book not only provides specific insight in various aspects of SharePoint 2013 administration but continues on the tradition of entertaining while reading. The personality of Todd and Shane resonate through-out the book with little one liners which emphasize key points and keep you engaged to the chapter main points. Well done and thank you!
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Can I get a Woot Woot? 19. Mai 2013
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I have been doing SharePoint work since the fall of 2001 and can say that the platform has grown in so many different ways. This is shown everytime Microsoft releases another version of SharePoint. This latest version, SharePoint 2013, absolutely is no exception. When it came to getting up to speed on 2013 as a consultant I found this book. It was written by folks I have seen and interacted with at many SharePoint events and always have been standup individuals. But enough pitter patter about that stuff.

The book. It is excellent. I can say that I don't dread reading it like most technical books. It is very to the point and accurate. I have used much of what they have written already with 5 different clients and it works everytime. They provide excellent guidance and make tough subjects easy to understand. I have already recommended it to many of my colleagues and clients. This is nothing short of the best book I have read on SharePoint 2013 yet, and with that sets the bar very high for others.

If you are thinking of implementing SharePoint 2013, or already have started, you need this book.
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Administrators Manual- limited 10. Oktober 2013
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Professional SharePoint 2013 Administration is well written and comparatively well-organised. But the organisation is not always how I like it: I don't understand that the chapter 10 and 11 comes after the BI chapter for example. And in many places in the book, I would prefer that SharePoint 2013 is described first separately and comparisons with SharePoint 2010 and 2007 should be in a following section. The present organisation is not clear.

You don't find everything in this book although it is a thick book. There is no chapter about Content Type and the term is not even in the Index; and I who thought that Content Type was one of the most important assets in SharePoint. My intention is to set up a SharePoint installation as an ECM, not as a general web site that seems to be the target audience for this book. There is chapter about integrating Office products with SharePoint although the authors never mention the term ECM (one of my main interests. The book lacks many details, for instance how to configure SharePoint to handle formal documents with different identification series etc. But the authors do discuss Word Document Information Panel and Quick Parts (on one page - the first time I see it in a SharePoint 2013 book). There are many Quick Parts issues you will run into if you are a serious user, none is mentioned in the book. Document property promotion/demotion using Quick Parts is missing from all other books I have read so far.

In the chapter about working with SharePoint Designer there is a long example how to implement a complex approver workflow (another one of my main interests). But neither here, or in the other books I have read about SharePoint, is it described how to lock the columns so that when a document is once approved, the value should not be edited by mistake, similar functionality to the Approve Status for the built in content approval workflow. There is not even a string handling example in the SharePoint Designer chapter.

There is a chapter about OAuth, otherwise the book is very weak on how the governance should be set up on SharePoint; I thought that governance and security were the main tasks for SharePoint administrators. If you are looking for information about SharePoint weakness and how to work around them, you will have to look elsewhere although the authors do mention in one place late in the book that a SQLserver name must be <16 chars. Professional SharePoint 2013 Administration is still a readable book and well worth the cost and it will save you many hours. I haven't found the real good SharePoint book yet.
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