Thanks to Adam Rosenblatt for getting these released.

 

The following Resource Kit Chapters are now available on TechNet at
 
 
SharePoint Portal Server Architecture (Chapter 5)
This chapter focuses on the architectural differences between SharePoint Portal Server 2003 and Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services and explains how services specific to SharePoint Portal Server 2003 are handled.
 
Security Architecture for SharePoint Products and Technologies (Chapter 6)
This chapter looks at the security mechanisms that Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies uses to provide secure access for users and reduce the threat of security compromise.
 
Architecting SharePoint Products and Technologies for Operating System Topologies (Chapter 7)
Read about the specific requirements for software and for domain membership for Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies.
 
Planning Your Information Structure Using Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003 (Chapter 8)
Get answers to some of the planning questions and best practices that should be considered before you implement Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies, including how to plan for search and indexing, keywords, Best Bets, user profiles, audiences, personal sites, and Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services sites.
 
Deploying Medium and Large Server Farms (Chapter 12)
This chapter discusses how to deploy a medium or large server farm in SharePoint Portal Server 2003. The majority of the chapter consists of step-by-step instructions that can be used as a guide for deploying a server farm.
 
Configuring SharePoint Portal Server 2003 (Chapter 17)
This chapter concentrates on showing the portal site configuration tasks an administrator must perform both after installation and on an ongoing basis as new servers are added or removed from the server farm. These tasks include configuring virtual servers and subsequently creating portal sites on those virtual servers.
 
Managing SharePoint Portal Server 2003 (Chapter 18)
Explore the many responsibilities and management tasks related to maintaining a portal site.
 
Managing External Content in Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003 (Chapter 22)
This chapter covers how you can manage external content through SharePoint Portal Server 2003 by using content sources that tie into content indexes. This chapter also covers managing and editing search scopes and discusses their significance in searches.
 
Personalization Services in SharePoint Products and Technologies (Chapter 23)
This chapter shows the personalization services that are available in Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies, such as user profiles, audiences, personal sites, and alerts.
 
Information Security Policies for SharePoint Products and Technologies (Chapter 24)
The introduction of Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies into any environment presents some unique security challenges that should be considered before you deploy it in your production environment. This chapter discusses information security policy considerations as they relate to SharePoint Products and Technologies.
 
Single Sign-On in SharePoint Portal Server 2003 (Chapter 26)
Read about the Microsoft Single Sign-On service that provides storage and mapping of credentials such as account names and passwords so that portal-site–based applications can retrieve information from third-party enterprise applications such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Customer Relations Management (CRM) systems.
 
Disaster Recovery in SharePoint Products and Technologies (Chapter 28)
This chapter covers operational tasks common in disaster recovery scenarios by using the tools provided by SharePoint Portal Server 2003 and Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services. In addition, this chapter discusses how to leverage Microsoft SQL Server backup and restore processes to safeguard your data in Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies solutions.
 
Usage Analysis Tools in SharePoint Products and Technologies (Chapter 29)
Find out how to manage usage analysis, including how to analyze Web site usage by using the site administration pages and Web site reports in Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003, and how to configure Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) log files to paint a complete picture of portal site usage.
 
Using FrontPage 2003 to Customize SharePoint Products and Technologies Sites (Chapter 32)
With Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003, site administrators and end users can rapidly extend and customize their SharePoint sites in hours—rather than days or weeks.
 
The SharePoint Portal Server Object Model (Chapter 34)
This chapter provides a general overview of the SharePoint Portal Server 2003 object model, including sample code snippets that might be useful to administrators for performing administrative functions.
 
Microsoft Outlook 2003 Integration with SharePoint Products and Technologies (Chapter 40)
This chapter discusses the many ways in which Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 and Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies work together.
 
Integrating Exchange Server with SharePoint Products and Technologies (Chapter 41)
Read how e-mail-enabled public folders enable users to add documents to a SharePoint list as easily as they can send an e-mail message. Additionally, various Web Parts make it possible to view Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 public folders in My Site or any other Web Part Page.
 
For More Information on the SharePoint Products and Technologies Resource Kit, refer to http://www.microsoft.com/MSPress/books/6454.asp