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Managing Site Groups and Permissions
Article When you set up a Web site, you need a way to specify who has access to it. For a typical Internet site, you probably want everyone who comes to the site to be...
Deployment Center 2003, SPS Admin 2003
Changing Access Accounts and Passwords
Article Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003 uses the following accounts: Configuration database administration account CentralAdminAppPool application pool...
Deployment Center 2003, SPS Admin 2003
Managing Anonymous Access Settings
Article You can allow or deny anonymous users access to your portal site. To enable anonymous access, you must first enable anonymous access from Internet Information S...
Deployment Center 2003, SPS Admin 2003
Managing Users and Cross–Site Groups
Article Every Web site has users, and part of your job as administrator is to make sure the users of a Web site have the appropriate rights to use the site. To grant...
Deployment Center 2003, SPS Admin 2003
Granting Administrative Access to the Server Farm
Article The following two levels of server administration exist: Users who are members of the local Administrator group on each server in the server farm can perform al...
Deployment Center 2003, SPS Admin 2003
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