DispForm.aspx is used to display the properties of an item in the list.
EditForm.aspx is used to edit the item in the list.
NewForm.aspx is used to create new items in the list.
To customize these forms in Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010, you open them individually and make changes to them or create new forms to replace them. The next time you open your site in Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010, you’ll notice the addition of the new forms on the summary page for the list.
1. Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010 is built on System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2 and R3. Configuration Manager provides a single interface for managing and securing endpoints, reducing complexity, and improving troubleshooting and reporting insights.
2. Administrators have a central location for creating and applying all endpoint-related policies.
3. With a shared view of endpoint protection and configuration, administrators can more easily identify and remediate vulnerable computers.
4. Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010 automatically detects and removes the most common endpoint security agents, dramatically lowering the time and effort needed to deploy new protection.
5. Forefront Endpoint Protection uses the Configuration Manager infrastructure for deploying and managing endpoint protection. It also eliminates the expense of purchasing and maintaining an independent security infrastructure.
6. Forefront Endpoint Protection protects against the latest malware and rootkits with low false positives.
7. Forefront Endpoint Protection detects system behavior and file reputation data to identify unknown threats
8. Forefront Endpoint Protection blocks exploitation of endpoint vulnerabilities with deep protocol analysis of network traffic.
9. Forefront Endpoint Protection keeps employees productive with low performance impact scanning.
10. Forefront Endpoint Protection helps administrators centrally manage Windows Firewall protections across the enterprise
A virtual machine is a tightly isolated software container that can run its own operating systems and applications as if it were a physical computer. A virtual machine behaves exactly like a physical computer and contains it own virtual (ie, software-based) CPU, RAM hard disk and network interface card (NIC).
Virtual Machine Manager is a desktop user interface application used for managing virtual machines. It presents a summary view of running domains, their live performance & resource utilization statistics. The detailed view graphs performance & utilization over time. Wizards enable the creation of new domains, and configuration & adjustment of a domain’s resource allocation & virtual hardware.
Every VMM implementation requires following components:
In SharePoint 2010 there is a new feature called Ratings. Ratings are very generic things that have a lot of flexibility they allow:
1).Users to rate content (of any type, Lists, Documents, Pages on a site, and even Content Types).
2).Store that ratings data in the database just like the new social tags that are part of 2010.
3).A rating represents the average score from all users submitting a rating for that item.
4).SharePoint Server provides the rating store, a control to rate items, and a web service to collect and consume the ratings. This service can be used from anywhere inside or outside of the system, including Office 2010 clients.
5).Ratings feature activated, you can enable support for it in individual document libraries. When it’s turned on, users will see an interface like this:
Getting Started: To start with ratings, we take a simple list with some movie titles in it that we’ll enable ratings on.
To enable ratings, we go into the settings for this list. Under General Settings for the list you’ll see a new option called Ratings settings.
Select this and you’ll see the option to turn ratings on or off for this list. It works the same for a Document Library.
Now two new columns have been added (from the site columns the service created above). A Rating column (this is a new Content Type) and a Number column to hold the number or ratings. Each time a user clicks on a rating for each item, the number goes up. This is used to average out the rating score to produce the overall rating value for the item.
Now when we look at our list we see the new Rating and Counter columns added (they’re added by default to your list but you can change this in the view just like any other column).
As you hover your mouse over the stars the color changes to yellow to reflect the rating you’re about to assign via a mouse click.
Once you click on a rating a confirmation tooltip is shown. This is the second star in the ratings control and displays the current user’s personalized rating. This is all done asynchronously so there are no icky postbacks.
Purpose to build it:
SharePoint 2007 doesn’t provide any rating capabilities. As for SharePoint 2010 – it does provide new rating capabilities, but still has some limitations such as:
No support for voting (thumb-up/thumb-down) and “Kicking” rating methods
No support for adding comments to ratings
No support for locking an item from being rated after a defined date
How to add rating to SharePoint 2010?
Created a custom content type and page layout inherited from the OOTB article page layout. Within this page layout, users are able to rate the content on the page from a scale of 1 to 5.Enable ratings within my list settings by going to the /Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspx view and clicking on the Library Settings link on the Library tab of the ribbon:
Enable rating functionality on the list by going Rating Settings and checking the “Allow items in this list to be rated?” –> yes radio button:
Two new site columns/meta-data columns to my list called Number of Ratings and Rating (0-5):
Now, on my pages list, on the allitems.aspx view, it added a new rating field type web control associated with those columns:
Now Ajax functionality allows you to rate the item without checking out the list item.
Now from the timer job called “User Profile Service Application – Social Rating Synchronization Job” (Central Admin –> Monitoring –> Review Job Definitions) and pressed the Run Now button. After a minute or so, the average rating showed up.
Now a rating control on content page layout which users can now use to rate:
The Zune software is the digital media hub on your PC where you play and manage your music and video collection, shop and download from the online Zune Marketplace, sync your collection to your Zune devices, and interact with others at the Zune Social. Zune software is used for instantly stream music, movies, and TV shows. Shop, explore and discover all the entertainment you can handle and the best thing is that it’s all free.You’ll need to install and use the Zune software to do all of these things.
The Zune software makes it easy and fun for you to connect, discover, and enjoy new entertainment. Get the most out of it with these features:
To get the most out of Zune, your computer should meet system requirements:
A 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor.
1 gigabyte (GB) RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit).
Broadband Internet connection.
A wi-fi network is necessary for you to wirelessly sync your Zune to your computer.
The Zune software won’t work on versions of Windows earlier than Windows XP SP3.
If the Zune software will not install on your PC and you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7.
Select an area to explore from the top of the window:
The upper-right corner of the window provides access to different features:
The icons in the lower-left corner of the window provide shortcuts to different activities:
The area at the bottom of the window shows progress and status:
The area in the lower-right corner of the window shows what’s now playing: