SharePoint Server 2007 and Records Management: Part 4 of 4

This is the fourth and final post in a series on Records Management using SharePoint Server 2007: 1. Introduction to Records Management, and Definition of Terms 2. Records Management using Standard SharePoint Features 3. Using the DoD 5015.2 Records Management Resource Kit 4. Commonly Requested Enhancements and Features (this post) In the previous posts, we…

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SharePoint Server 2007 and Records Management: Part 3 of 4

This is the third post in a series on Records Management in SharePoint: 1. Introduction to Records Management, and Definition of Terms 2. Records Management using Standard SharePoint Features 3. Using the DoD 5015.2 Records Management Resource Kit (this post) 4. Commonly Requested Enhancements and Features  In the previous posts in this series I examined…

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SharePoint Server 2007 and Records Management: Part 2 of 4

This is the second post in a blog series on Records Management in SharePoint:  1. Introduction to Records Management, and Definition of Terms 2. Records Management using Standard SharePoint Features (this post) 3. Using the DOD 5015.2 Records Management Resource Kit 4. Commonly Requested Enhancements and Features     Part 2: Records Management Using Standard SharePoint Features…


SharePoint Server 2007 and Records Management: Part 1 of 4

This blog series will address the role that SharePoint can play in Records Management within an organization and the abilities and functionality that can be leveraged from the platform. The blog consists of four posts: 1. Introduction to Records Management, and Definition of Terms (this post) 2. Records Management using Standard SharePoint Features 3. Using…


Drill through the Records Center structure using the DOD5015.2 add-on pack

The Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 DoD 5015.2 Add-On Pack has been around for sometime now. In this post, I want to share a high level overview of the add-on pack File Plan and then detail how to drill down through the Records Center structure created by the File Plan using the associated development kit….

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