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Chapter 38. Leveraging Windows SharePoin... > Creating SharePoint Team Sites

Creating SharePoint Team Sites

Creating the first SharePoint Team Site on a Web server affects the entire virtual server and is therefore a job for the server’s administrator. Chapter 37 briefly explained how an administrator would do this. Basically, the administrator first installs Windows SharePoint Services on the computer and then “SharePoint-extends” one or more virtual Web servers on that machine. The administrator would typically choose a new, empty server to extend, but in any event, SharePoint-extending a virtual server creates one SharePoint site in the server’s root. In practice, most SharePoint-extended servers support many groups of people or applications, each of which requires its own site or group of sites.

For more information about adding Windows SharePoint Services to a Web server, refer to “Creating a New SharePoint Team Site,” on page 927.



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