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Figure 7-17 The Properties dialog box for a file or folder
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Figure 7-18 The Permissions For Share dialog box
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As stated earlier, the effective permissions for a file or folder are created as a combination of any share-level permissions it may have, as well as its NTFS permissions To view the effective permissions for a file or folder: 1 Right-click the name of the folder and click Properties on the pop-up menu that appears 2 Choose the Security tab on the Properties dialog box that displays 3 Click the Advanced button to display the Advanced Security Settings For Share dialog box 4 Choose the Effective Permissions tab (see Figure 7-19) TIP To view the effective permissions for a particular security group or user, click the Select button to the right of the Group or username box and select the group or user from the pull-down list
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Figure 7-19 The Advanced Security Settings For Share dialog box
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MOSS security, like the security for all systems, is a complex and often confusing area Often large organizations assign the responsibility for each piece of the network puzzle to a specific software or network analyst However, if you find yourself responsible for all of the security in an MOSS environment, take some comfort from the fact that you won t have to reinvent the wheel There is a massive amount of best practice information available to help you through the complex process of securing your MOSS environment The network operating system and the various technologies and applications each contain have a variety of security settings and tools that can be used either directly or indirectly to secure your MOSS environment You should carefully study each of these elements and how they interact with MOSS to secure your site from hackers and the unauthorized disclosure of content Because MOSS is designed to share information, you must use every tool at your disposal to protect that information from inappropriate use by 1) securing your network infrastructure; 2) securing your operating system; 3) securing your applications; and 4) securing your MOSS content If you take a layered approach to securing MOSS, you should be successful
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MOSS Search
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007: A Beginner s Guide
earch is perhaps one of MOSS s most useful (and most used) features In most new MOSS installations, the first set of sites and portals are typically lists of links to important documents However, as is often the problem with any list, because everyone wanted to include their documents, the list becomes unmanageable Lists can be organized into folders, but eventually even folders themselves can become unmanageable The solution is to use the MOSS Search feature to find folders and documents as needed and forego the maintenance of an all inclusive list This chapter introduces the three components that make up MOSS Search (content sources, content indexes, and search scopes) and how to configure each component to best support your users requirements However, you should also look at s 12 and 18 to completely understand how MOSS Search can be used in an effective site design that incorporates the use of metadata and libraries
MOSS SEARCH SETTINGS
MOSS content can be classified into two groups: native content and non-native content Native content refers to any content created and stored directly in the MOSS environment, such as lists and libraries Non-native content includes such items as network shares, web sites, and Microsoft Exchange public folders MOSS has the capability to crawl, index, and search both native and non-native content, which allows an organization to immediately leverage a new MOSS installation without the need to migrate existing content, something that can be a lengthy process MOSS Search is comprised of three components: Content sources Content indexes Search scopes
The MOSS Search components work in a series MOSS Search crawls content sources, producing content indexes A search scope includes one or more rules preset by the MOSS administrator Search scopes are used to limit the search results returned from an MOSS Search operation With all three of the MOSS Search components in place, users are able to quickly identify and find native and non-native content accessible to their web site or portal Search settings are unique to any given Shared Services Provider (SSP), which provides support to the web applications associated with it (see 4) To access the search settings for an SSP, do the following: 1 Open the SharePoint 30 Central Administration page (Start | All Programs | Microsoft Office Servers | SharePoint 30 Central Administration) 2 On the Central Administration page, choose the Application Management tab 3 Click the Create or configure this farm s shared services link under the Office SharePoint Server Shared Services heading to open the Manage this Farm s Shared Services page (shown in Figure 8-1)
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