Title of Presentation - Irish SharePoint UserGroup

Colin Byrne
SharePoint Architect
Flexnet Consultants
Basics – Requirements, UI, Menus, Security
Content Management
Exchange 2013
Removed Features
Internet Explorer 9
Supported with
Internet Explorer 8
Not supported
Internet Explorer 7
Internet Explorer 6
Google Chrome (latest
public release version)
Mozilla Firefox (latest
public release version)
Apple Safari (latest
public release version)
Installation Scenario Deployment type and scale RAM
Hard disk space
Single server with a
built-in database or
single server that
uses SQL Server
Development or evaluation
installation of SharePoint
8 GB
Foundation 2013 Preview
64-bit, 4 cores
80 GB for system
Single server with a
built-in database or
single server that
uses SQL Server
Development or evaluation
installation of SharePoint
24 GB
Server 2013 Preview
64-bit, 4 cores
80 GB for system
Pilot, user acceptance test,
Web server or
or production deployment
application server in
12 GB
of SharePoint Server 2013
a three-tier farm
64-bit, 4 cores
80 GB for system
Mobile device
system version
Slate or tablet
Phone 7.5 or
later versions
Not applicable
Windows 7 or
later versions
Not applicable
4.0 or later
5.0 or later
One of the following:
The 64-bit edition of Microsoft SQL Server 2012.
The 64-bit edition of SQL Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1
The 64-bit edition of Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1
(SP1) Standard, Enterprise, or Datacenter or the 64-bit edition of
Windows Server 2012 Standard or Datacenter
Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 (SP1) (KB 976932)
Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 Preview
Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2013 Preview
Office 365 Enterprise Preview
The SharePoint parsing process crashes in Windows Server 2008 R2 (KB 2554876)
FIX: IIS 7.5 configurations are not updated when you use the ServerManager class to commit configuration changes (KB 2708075)
WCF: process may crash with “System.Net.Sockets.SocketException: An invalid argument was supplied” when under high load (KB 2726478):
Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1
Windows Server 2012 RC
Windows Server 2012 release candidate, Datacenter Edition or Standard Edition
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1
Microsoft .NET Framework version 4.5 Release Candidate (RC)
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1 - Express Edition
Windows Azure Workflow 1.0 Preview
WCF Data Services 5.0 for OData
Microsoft Information Protection and Control Client (MSIPC)
Windows Management Framework 3.0 Release Candidate (RC) which includes Windows PowerShell 3.0
Microsoft Sync Framework Runtime v1.0 SP1 (x64)
Windows Identity Foundation 1.0 for Windows Server 2008 R2
Windows Identity Extensions for Windows Server 2008 R2
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Feature Pack which includes the Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1 Native Client and the SQL Server Remote BLOB Store
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1 Feature pack which includes Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 ADOMD.NET
Microsoft Silverlight 3
Exchange Web Services Managed API, version 1.2
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Feature Pack which includes the following optional components:
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Native Client 64-bit edition – ENU\x64\sqlncli.MSI
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Data-Tier Application (DAC) Framework 64-bit edition – ENU\x64\dacframework.msi
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Transact-SQL ScriptDom 64-bit edition – SQLDOM.msi
Microsoft System CLR Types for Microsoft SQL Server 2012 64-bit edition – SQLSysClrTypes.msi
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 LocalDB 64-bit edition, which is also a component of SQL Server 2012 Express – ENU\x64\SqlLocalDB.msi
Easy way to give people access to sites and
Can send requests on behalf of someone else if
you don’t have rights
Personal Permissions page where user can
request more permissions
Conversations for requests
Requests viewed via Email, Shared With and
Site Settings
Underlying permissions model unchanged
Themes are now HTML 5 based
PowerPoint .thmx no longer used
Background Image
New mobile pages view
Adaptable layout: browser, a wide iPAD style
view and narrow Windows Phone/iPhone layout
– based on user agent string
Mobile web Apps – Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Background Image
Big investment in Social
Microblogging (status updates with replies)
Follow Sites, Documents, People, Conversations,
Mention people in posts
Activity Feeds shows activity of content and
people you follow
Can use external HTML editors such as
Converts html master pages and layouts to ASPX pages
Variations with Content Translation (Machine
Translation Service)
Cross Site Publishing
Improved Video and Embedding
SEO Friendly Urls (without .aspx and Pages)
Metadata Navigation
Can copy and paste content from Word into rich
text editor, Content Editor or HTML Field
Drag and drop Navigation Items
Image Renditions
Can display different sized images in different
Requires Blob cache setup
Two System scopes retained
All Sites
Result Sources
Combines Federated Locations and Scopes
Local SP, Remote SP, Open Search 1.0/11, Exchange
Query Transformation allows rules to be added to filter results
Has a Query Builder page to allow you to test the transformation
Result Sources are easily created at the site collection level
Big changes
FAST now integrated within SharePoint
Most of the FAST features taken across
Web Crawler seems to be missing
Features such as Pipeline
Entity Extraction
Ranking models
Continuous crawling
Visual Preview
New feature that allows new items to be
inserted into the Search index in near realtime.
This can be switched on after installation
Can be set to update every minute
Items appear straightaway in the results
Supports locating information placing holds and
exporting information
Sharepoint 2013
Exchange 2013
File Shares
Based on Search Crawls
Can export held documents
Allows users to synchronize SharePoint Server
2013 Preview and Project Server tasks with
Exchange Server and have them appear in
Outlook 2013 Preview.
Blends Email held in Exchange with Documents
held in SharePoint
UI surfaced in outlook 2013 and SharePoint
Exchange syncs the metadata between both.
Site Mailbox gets an alias
Requires Exchange 2013
Can create workflow based on DotNet 4.0
Declarative model
Does not run in-process with Sharepoint (Azure Workflow)
Still able to create/edit 2010 Workflows
Workflows with Stages
No longer need to be serial
All 2013 workflows are state based
New visual Designer
Integrates the Visio design canvas
Copy and Paste Steps between workflows
If copying between sites will have to fixup the Guids
Can call WCF + Rest Web Services
Can now package within SPD
Visual Designer for pages is removed
HTML view only available
No longer need to be serial
All 2013 workflows are state based
Client OS install for SharePoint not available
SandBox solutions deprecated
New REST API _api/web
Visual Studio 2012 new Features
Supports creating SharePoint Apps
Has List and Content Type Visual designer
Has Agave support – new Office Add-In model
Basically client HTML and Javascript embedded in Outlook,
Word and Excel
Supported in Web Apps ( but not Word)
Auto Hosted
Can provisions SQL Azure (DACPAC) and Webs (web Deploy
packages) (Azure Lite)
Not fully available until sometime after SharePoint RTM
SharePoint hosted
Pages deployed to SharePoint site can use Lists, files,
HTML and Javascript
Provider Hosted
External IIS site hosts the app
Can access Lists and Files
No server code for the SharePoint deployable
No major changes to Services Architecture
New Features
Cache Service
Request Management
Document shredding – WFE->SQL
Exchange Integration
Office Web Apps
Visual Preview no longer available
2010 Sites currently using the 2007 Master Page must be
upgraded to 2010 master page before upgrade
Only retained master pages, CSS, HTML
Was down to SPWeb Level
Deferred Site Collection Upgrade
New type of upgrade
Preserves more items such as Features
Per Site Collection level only
Preview works by copying the site collection schema, heavy duty
User Profile Synchronization - No Changes
FIM same build as SharePoint Server 2010 February 2012
New mode AD Direct Mode
Simple to setup
Does not use Forefront Identity Manager Yay!
Can use LDAP filters as in 2007
Can only import into SharePoint – no write back to AD
Gone - Web Analytics as a separate Service
Replaced with the built in Search analytics
New Item-To-Item recommendations
View Count in SharePoint UI
Report on top items in Site and List
PowerPoint broadcast features
Workbooks that have external data connections
that require windows authentication
Need to use Office Web Apps Server instead of
Excel services
SharePoint Designer
Design view and Split view of a SharePoint page is removed. Can
only see Code view.
Reason: did not support HTML5 and CSS tags in 2013
Document Workspace
No longer an option to create a new Document workspace
Solution: Use a team site
Personalization Site (Enterprise Tab)
This was a template that used the current user filter webpart to
tailor information for the visitor
Solution: Use a team site
SharePoint workspace
SharePoint Workspace is being removed from the
Office product base.
Folder Sync will ship with Office 2013
Chart Web Part - Existing WebParts should work
Status Indicators and Lists -Existing Lists should
Insert Barcode - Removed from the Ribbon
Embedded Labels – containing metadata from
Word, Excel or PowerPoint feature is removed
No longer a SharePoint Service Application
Must be installed on a separate server from SharePoint
Can be used by Exchange and Lync
Office Web Apps Preview licensing offers two options:
View-only. By default, Office Web Apps Preview is viewonly. View-only functionality is provided for free.
Edit and view. You must purchase an editing license to use
the editing features of Office Web Apps Preview with
SharePoint 2013 Preview. You enable editing when you
create the Office Web Apps Server farm.
Discontinued Features and modified
functionality 2013 Preview

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