SharePoint 2007 Central Administration – Operation

December 29, 2011 — Leave a comment

Central Administration > Operations

This page contains links to pages that help you manage your server or server farm, such as changing the server farm topology, specifying which services are running on each server, and changing settings that affect multiple servers or applications.

SharePoint 2007 Central Administration

Topology and Services

Servers in farm

Services on server

Outgoing e-mail settings

Incoming e-mail settings

Approve/reject distribution groups

Security Configuration

Service accounts

Information Rights Management

Antivirus

Blocked file types

Update farm administrator’s group

Information management policy configuration

Manage settings for single sign-on

Logging and Reporting

Diagnostic logging

Usage analysis processing

Information management policy usage reports

Upgrade and Migration

Microsoft Content Management Server migration

Enable Enterprise Features

Enable features on existing sites

Convert license type

Global Configuration

Timer job status

Timer job definitions

Master site directory settings

Site directory links scan

Alternate access mappings

Manage farm features

Quiesce farm

Solution management

Backup and Restore

Perform a backup

Backup and restore history

Restore from backup

Backup and restore job status

Data Configuration

Default database server

Data retrieval service

Content Deployment

Content deployment paths and jobs

Content deployment settings

Check deployment of specific content

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