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Enabling Microsoft SharePoint Services

(Windows-based accounts)

If the plan you signed up with included MS SharePoint resource, you can enable MS SharePoint Services on your domain.

    Enabling SharePoint Services on Domain

    To enable SharePoint, do the following:

    1. Click the Web options icon on the control panel home page.
    2. Select a domain to launch MS SharePoint Services.
    3. On the Web Service page disable FrontPage Extensions if enabled.
    4. Enable SharePoint by clicking the Off button:
      sp enable
    5. Create resource confirmation by agreeing to pay the presented bill.
    6. This will open a native SharePoint popup page where you can finish the setup. Type in your user login and password to enter this page:
      sp native

    Editing SharePoint Settings

    To register SharePoint Services on your domain thus making you the administrator of such services the system needs the following pieces of information to be used for sending electronic mail to your SharePoint users:

    • SMTP server - outgoing server name
    • From e-mail address
    • Reply-to e-mail address

     

    It will take your default setting for this purpose (The SMTP server and e-mail address from your contact info). Later you can change these settings if needed.

    Besides, the system will need an e-mail address to register SharePoint Services on. It will also take e-mail address from your contact info, although this address is not changeable.

    To edit SharePoint settings, do the following:

    1. Click the Web options icon on the control panel home page.
    2. Select the domain where MS SharePoint is enabled.
    3. On the Web Service page click the Edit button against SharePoint.
    4. Do the necessary changes on the page that appears and click Submit:
      sp edit

    Managing SharePoint Users

    Important! General Recommendations

    1. We recommend you to add and delete SharePoint users via the control panel interface.
    2. Users can be added/deleted via your SharePoint site as well, however at the next synchronization of the control panel and SharePoint databases (their user parts) all changes will be lost (newly created users deleted and deleted users recovered). Each synchronization takes place at the moment of adding/deleting users via the control panel interface.
    3. All users added via the control panel interface become readers. You can later change their SharePoint status to admins, contributors etc. Please take notice that after recovery of your provider's system these changes will be lost.

    Creating New SharePoint Users from Scratch

    To create a new SharePoint user from scratch, do the following:

    1. Click the Web options icon on the control panel home page.
    2. Select the domain where MS SharePoint is enabled.
    3. On the Web Service page click the Edit button against SharePoint.
    4. On the page that appears click Add new assignment:
      sp adduser
    5. Choose the Add a new windows subaccount and click Next:
      sp adduser 1
    6. On the next step, choose either to Allow sharepoint access or Allow FTP access for the same user, or both, and enter Login and Password that will be used by FTP subuser and SharePoint user:
      sp adduser 2
    7. Now enter information necessary to identify the user on SharePoint website:
      sp adduser 3
    8. If you chose to Allow FTP access as well, you need also to determine relative home directory:
      sp adduser 4

    Enabling SharePoint Access for an Existing FTP Subuser

    To this end, do the following:

    1. Repeat steps 1-4 above.
    2. Choose the Modify an existent windows subaccount and click Next.
    3. Choose an FTP subuser:
      sp adduser 5
    4. Enter user nickname and email as in the previous section.

    Deleting SharePoint Users

    To delete a SharePoint User:

    1. Repeat steps 1-3 in the Creating New Users section.
    2. Click Remove this assignment for the necessary user:
      sp adduser 6

     

 

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