Introduction xiChapter 1: An overview of the SharePoint Admin Center 1Comparing the different SharePoint Online versions 2Finding the SharePoint Admin Center in Office 365 4A brief walkthrough of the SharePoint Admin Center interface 5Managing site collections 7Contribute 7Manage 9Public website 15Site Collection Recycle Bin 16InfoPath 17Summary 19Chapter 2: Managing user profiles 21Introduction to user profiles, audiences, and My Sites 22People 24Manage user properties 26Manage subtypes 28Manage audiences 29Manage user profile permissions 32Manage policies 33Organizations 34My Site settings 38My Site setup 38Configure trusted-sites locations 41Map an account through different membership providers 42Manage promoted sites 43Publish links to Office client applications 45OneDrive for Business 45Summary 48Chapter 3: Working with Business Connectivity Services 49The benefits of using Business Connectivity Services 50External lists 51Searching external data in SharePoint Online 59What is an administrator's role with Business Connectivity Services? 59Data aggregation in SharePoint Online 60Connecting to external data sources 61Connecting to OData 61Authentication 69Configuring Secure Store 69Authorization 70Creating a BCS solution in a hybrid environment 72Summary 73Chapter 4: Managing a term store 75Putability 76Term-store concepts 78Term-store administration 79Managing term groups 81Managing term sets 82Term set properties 84Managing terms and term properties 86Term properties 88Content types and the Content Type Publishing Hub 94Content type settings 96Managing navigation and local term sets 103Creating a local term set 104Summary 106Chapter 5: Records management 107In-Place Records Management 108Record declaration settings 108Automatic declaration 111Creating and managing records in the records center 112Creating a records center 115Create and syndicate content types 116Automatic records declaration 119Configure the Send To link 119Content Organizer 121Routing the document 124Using workflows to move the document 125Managing the records center 125Document IDs 128Summary 128Chapter 6: Configuring search 129Relevance, precision, and recall 130Analytics processing 131Managing the search schema 132Using managed properties and Delve 134Configuring managed properties 135Creating a new managed property 138Managing search dictionaries and query suggestions 140Managing query spelling correction 140Query suggestion settings 141Managing authoritative pages 142Managing result sources 143Query rules 146Query client types 150Removing search results 150Viewing usage and search reports 151Search center settings 154Exporting and importing search configurations 154Search Navigation web parts 155Changing the settings for the Search Navigation web part 155Changing the display name or the URL of a search vertical 157Search Refinement web part 159Basic Search Center information 161Summary 161Chapter 7: Securing information 163Company data on employee hardware 165Introduction to Microsoft Intune 167A brief overview of Azure Active Directory 173Additional security features for SharePoint Online 178Data integrity and encryption 179Summary 187Chapter 8: Working with apps 189Creating an app catalog site 190Purchase apps from the SharePoint Store 192Managing app licenses 196Configure the Store settings 198Monitor apps 199Manage app permissions 201Summary 203Chapter 9: Administrating general settings 205Top Navigation Bar User Experience settings 207Admin Center Experience settings 208Enterprise Social Collaboration settings 209Streaming Video Service settings 210Global Experience Version settings 211Information Rights Management (IRM) settings 212Start A Site settings 213Custom Script settings 215Preview Features setting
Bill English (MCSE, MCT, CTT+, CPBPM, MA, LP) is an author, trainer, and consultant specializing in enterprise content management and collaboration. As a business owner and Minnesota psychologist, he uses his experience and training to help organizations get more from their information and SharePoint investments. The author of 14 books on SharePoint, Microsoft Exchange Server, and security, he was selected as a Microsoft MVP for the SharePoint platform 11 years in a row.