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09/24/2019 09/25/2019
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This two-day course is useful for the student who need to understand the management of documents, team collaboration and social features of Microsoft SharePoint 2016 sites. The class give compliment to course 20339-1 by providing foundation of permission and management of site collection

Students profile

·         Site Owners of SharePoint

·         Power Users of SharePoint

·         Site Collection Administrators of SharePoint

·         Administrators and Developers of SharePoint

At course completion

On completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Do the Management of Sites and Site Collections
  • Do the management of site, list, folder and item security and  Add users and groups
  • Do task such as Add and configure web parts
  • Do the Configuration of site options which includes theme, title, description and icon
  • site navigation configuration
  • site activity reports
  • Do the Customization of lists and libraries
  • Do the configuration of Check out/in, Content Approval and Versioning
  • To design, Create and modify pages and web part pages

Module 1: Site Owner Role In SharePoint: this module will introduce the students to the basic SharePoint terminology and site owner role.


  • Site Owner and its role
  • Working Areas of Site Owners
  • Browser and its Support
  • Overview of Resources

on completion of this module, students will be able to:

  • Do the management of SharePoint administration who can do what
  • Do the Navigation to various areas of sites typically for administering SharePoint sites.

Module 2: overview of Users, Groups and Permissions: The module will introduce the students to the SharePoint user management and content security at various levels.


  • Security of SharePoint
  • Overview of Users and Groups
  • Administration, authorization and Permission Levels
  • Inheritance overview
  • How to Add and Remove Users
  • SharePoint Groups and their creation
  • Custom Permission Levels creation
  • Permissions for List and Library
  • Permissions and their identification
  • Best Practices for sharpoint security


Lab: Define Users, Groups and Permissions


  • Adding new users to site
  • Creating and setting permission level for “Add, Edit, but not Delete”
  • Creating new group for the site
  • Creating a new group for granular permissions
  • Creating a subsite having unique permissions
  • Unique permissions settings in a library and/or a folder

On completion of this module, students will be able to:

  • Do the Management of SharePoint security using best practices.
  • Invite and add new users and groups to SharePoint.
  • Do the Creation and design of custom permission level.

Module 3: Features of Sites and Site Collection : The module will introduce the students to the use of various features of  SharePoint Features and adding and removing functionality for sites and site collections.


  • Features of SharePoint
  • Site Owners in Sharepoint and their features
  • overview and features of Site Collection Administrators

Lab : feature of Site and Site Collection


  • procedure for adding a Feature to Your Site

on completion of  this module, students will be able to:

  • Give the Description of scopes and use of SharePoint Features.
  • do the Activation and Deactivation Features for Sites and Site Collections.

Module 4: Sites and Page management: This module gives the description of how to create and configure subsites and pages.


  • Subsites creation
  • Subsites deletion
  • Look and Feel changes in sites
  • Navigation of sites
  • Site saving as Template
  • Visibility search for the Site
  • Page creation
  • Web Parts and working with them

Lab: Sites and Page management

  • subsite creation and adding lists and libraries
  • Home page customization of the site
  • Adding a web part on the home page

on completion of this module, students will be able to:

  • give the Description of use of subsites and pages.
  • Subsites and its pages creation, updating and deletion


  • Site navigation configuration
  • reusable site template for saving a team site
  • Adding and configuring web part

Module 5: Lists and Libraries and Working with them: The module will describe out of the box and custom lists and libraries how to create and configure them. It will also explain configuration and how to work with the features such as Content Approval, Versioning and Views.


  • Lists and Libraries creation
  • Lists and Libraries deletion
  • Settings for list
  • Using Office Online Server for file viewing
  • Approval for the content
  • design and create Folders
  • Visibility search
  • Versioning Options of lists and libraries
  • Documents Checking Out and In
  • column Addition and Configuration
  • Item Validation and column
  • by Importing Excel Files and lists creation by it
  • Views modification and creation

Lab : Lists and Libraries and Working with them

  • Adding Columns to an already Existing List
  • Alert adding
  • Content Approval configuration
  • Versioning configuration
  • List creation from an Excel File
  • Adding Custom Views in a List

On completion of this module, students will be able to:

  • give the Description of the key features of SharePoint Lists and Libraries.
  • design,Create and customization of lists and libraries.
  • do the configuration of Content Approval, Versioning, and other list and library features.
  • List and library views creation and use

Module 6: Site Activity Monitoring : This module will make you learn how to explore the Site Activity reports available to Site Owners and Site Collection Administrators.


  • Overview of SharePoint Reporting
  • Overview of Storage Metrics
  • Review of Popularity Trends
  • Identifying Search Reports

On completion of this module, students will be able to:

  • Give the Description of out of the box reports available to Site Owners and Site Collection Administrators.
  • activity reports Creation and saving

Module 7: Apps and Add-ins of SharePoint (Optional): This module explores SharePoint Apps and Add-ins.


  • Introduction to App
  • Definition of Add-in
  • Working with Add-ins
  • Adding Add-ins
  • SharePoint Store
  • App Catalog

Lab : SharePoint Add-ins

  • Instructor led demo of working with Add-ins.

On completion of this module, students will be able to:

  • Understand the basic differences between SharePoint Apps and SharePoint Add-ins.
  • SharePoint Add-ins and their configuration

Prior to attending this course, students should have:

  • Attended course “55193: Introduction to SharePoint 2016 for Collaboration and Document Management” or strong SharePoint 2010-2016 end user skills
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office which includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.