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Configuring a Office SharePoint Server 2007 Publishing Site

  Shared By: Marquise Farley    Date: Jun 15   Category: MOSS    Views: 138755

Content-centric sites that are managed via a Content Management System typically have very specific requirements. The owners of the content of a content-centric site usually spend most of their time behind the company firewall and login to their corporate Active Directory. Ideally these users need to have a single-sign-on (SSO) experience where they don't have to remember a special username and password to simply login to a Content Management System to author and manage the content on the company Web site. The public-facing portion of the site needs to allow visitors to browse the site anonymously. However, there may be certain areas of the site that require the user to login. These may include premium content, registration, or an e-commerce solution. While the familiar username/password dialog is acceptable in a corporate setting, it is frowned upon on the public realm of the Internet.


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