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Improved Manageability & Automation Capabilities of Microsoft Teams

1/10/19 8:06 AM / by Sneha Gopal posted in Microsoft Teams, SharePoint Intranet Portal, Collaboration

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Microsoft Teams is here with all-new and exciting capabilities. This is has been an outcome of the extensive feedback gathering from users regarding their Teams experience. The same feedback has been utilized to continuously improve the Teams platform and admin capabilities. With the Teams platform, organizations now have the ability to customize and extend their experience. 

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Permission Levels in SharePoint-An Overview

1/8/19 8:08 AM / by Sneha Gopal posted in SharePoint Intranet Portal, SharePoint Site, permission levels, site collection

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After creating a SharePoint site, permission levels come into picture. A user may want to provide or restrict access to a site or its contents. Other than the conventional groups and permissions levels provided, a user can even devise permissions way beyond the default levels.

Understanding permissions inheritance
If a user works on a site, he/she is essentially working inside a site collection. In a nutshell, every site exists in site collection i.e. there is a group of sites under a single top-level site. The top-level site is called the root site of the site collection.

Shown below is an illustration of a site collection depicting a simple hierarchy of sites, lists and list items.

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Understanding Search Databases in SharePoint Server

1/4/19 7:30 AM / by Sneha Gopal posted in SharePoint server, search databases, SharePoint Intranet Portal

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The SharePoint search architecture contains search components and database. There are essentially four types of search databases:

  • Crawl database
  • Link database
  • Analytics reporting database
  • Search administration database  

 

 Crawl database

This database stores historical information and tracking information of crawled items. It stores crawl metrics such as last crawl ID,types of update during last crawl,last crawl time,etc.

 

Link database 

Information stored by the content processing component is stored in the link database. The database stores information about search clicks i.e.the number of times people click on a search result. The information is stored unprocessed to be analyzed by the analytics processing component.

Reporting database

The results of usage analytics is stored by the analytics reporting database.Further, it also stores statistics information from the analyses. This information is used by SharePoint Server to create Excel reports that showcase different statistics.

Search administration database 

Search configuration data like crawl rules,query rules,topology and the mappings between crawled and managed properties is stored in search administration database. Further, it also stores the access control list (ACL) for the crawl component. Only one search administration database can be there per search service application.

 

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