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SharePoint 2016 Training


In short, SharePoint 2016 is a browser-based collaboration, or an extensible platform for creating sites within the intranet environment which is developed by Microsoft. The previous two versions are MOSS 2007 and SharePoint 2010.This is latest version of SharePoint that is currently present in the market. The main features of SharePoint 2013 are UI – A very Rich UI compared to previous versions, Social Computing – A feature which helps in creating a Facebook like environment within your corporate portal, Search – A feature which allows you to create a private search engine for the sites, generating SharePoint apps that you will be creating within the SharePoint.

SharePoint is built on .Net API and is considered as one of the best tools for creating Web Portals. So, today 2 out of 3 corporate companies have SharePoint tool, creating opportunities for not only technical professionals like .NET developer, system administrator but also business consultant or designers. Many companies are hiring SharePoint administrators and developers to work with them, and Deccansoft SharePoint training institute is training students' placement ready. We have trainers who are well experienced on all the versions of SharePoint, and can effortlessly teach freshers and those who want to migrate from one version to other.

Microsoft SharePoint 2016 training in Hyderabad, at Deccansoft is considered to be one of the reputed training institutes. We take care that this course would meet the industry requirements and would be beneficial for both fresher's as well as who have already worked on SharePoint's previous versions. At our SharePoint 2016 training institute we not only help the student to expertise the subject but also help them in gaining good practical knowledge. Deccansoft provides an excellent course material which contains important points about the topic, sample programs and detailed walkthroughs so that Students can practice and can refer them when needed or before the interviews.


Fundamental and Designing Module

  1. To gain understanding of IIS Web Server and hosting websites in IIS.
  2. To understand site hierarchy and related terms
  3. To learn how to create custom Lists and Libraries.
  4. To identify and use different out of the box lists, libraries and web parts
  5. To secure and grant permissions to users in sharepoint groups.
  6. To customize sharepoint sites using SharePoint Designer.
  7. To customize website to provide look and feel of the corporate website.
  8. To use Infopath and build custom forms.
  9. To create and activate out of box workflows.
  10. To create external lists using BDC

Administration Module

  1. To install and configure all the prerequisite software’s to install SharePoint  2016.
  2. To learn how to create SharePoint web applications, site collections, sites and subsites.
  3. To create active directory users and groups .
  4. To authenticate active directory users in different sharepoint groups.
  5. To implement Claims Authentication using Forms Based Authentication.
  6. To understand architecture of Service Applications.
  7. To organize large amount of data and documents using content management features like document sets, document IDs & content organizer.
  8. To learn how to configure and manage user profile service.
  9. To implement search features in a sharepoint site
  10. To plan and implement backup and restore of sharepoint farm
  11. To write powershell scripts for performing regular admin tasks
  12. To deploy and activate SharePoint solutions (wsp).

Development Module

  1. To learn SharePoint Server API.
  2. To understand and develop the custom features and handle its events
  3. To be able to fetch data from sharepoint server using CAML and LINQ queries.
  4. To understanding create custom event handlers.
  5. To learn how to use features and solutions for deploying projects in SharePoint Server 2016.
  6. To use VS.NET 2012 to create custom lists and custom content types.
  7. To building and deploy web parts.
  8. To develop a sandboxed solutions with limited access.
  9. To learn accessing external data using BDC
  10. To develop and develop custom workflow solutions.
  11. Create forms for lists and libraries using InfoPath.
  12. To understand the life cycle of SharePoint Apps and develop and deploy the same.


SharePoint Fundamentals and Designer: MS-Office Products, HTML basics

SharePoint Administrator : Working Knowledge of Windows Server OS

SharePoint Developer: C# and ASP.Net, Sql-Server


  • Duration: 60 Hours
  • Regular classroom based training: 4 Weeks
  • Fast Track(1-1): 2 Weeks (4 hours per day)
  • Weekend classes: 9 Weekends(Sat and Sun) - 4 hours per day
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SharePoint 2016 Training Syllabus

  1. What is SharePoint?
  2. Role of SharePoint Server in LAN.
  3. High Level Features
  4. Six Pillars of SharePoint
  5. SharePoint 2013 benefits
  6. Roles in SharePoint
  7. Version History of SharePoint
  8. SharePoint Editions


  1. Server Hardware & Software Requirements
  2. Supported Browser on client
  3. Types of Installation
  4. Software’s to be Installed
  1. SharePoint Site Hierarchy
  2. Creating Web Application
  3. Creating Site Collection and Top Level Site
  4. SharePoint site Home Page.
  5. Branding Site Look and Feel
  6. Working with Quota Templates
  7. Creating Site and Sub Site
  8. Save Site as Template & Create Site using Template
  1. Introduction to Lists
  2. Create Custom List
  3. Add Custom Columns
  4. Alert Me Option
  5. Sort and Filter List
  6. Create / Manage List View
  7. Site Columns
  8. Content Type
  9. List Template
  10. Metadata Navigation Settings
  11. List Throttling
  1. Predefined Lists
  2. Predefined Libraries  
  3. Create a document library
  4. Add one or more files to a document library
  5. Adding custom columns to the Library
  6. Add / Edit / Delete document properties
  7. Enabling Approval
  8. Versioning documents
  9. Check out, edit, and check in files.
  10. Managing Permissions
  11. Editing Document Template
  12. Use Word to populate metadata in SharePoint columns.
  13. To set Icon for New Document Types.
  14. Mapping Library to Network Drive.
  15. Document Workspace
  16. Information Policy
  1. Introduction to SharePoint Designer 2013
  2. Creating / Opening a site in SPD 2013
  3. Creating / Customizing Lists and Libraries
  4. Ghosted and Unghosted Pages
  5. Understand Master Pages


  1. Branding site Team Sites
  2. Branding SharePoint Publishing sites
  3. Custom MasterPages and Layout Pages
  4. Creating Custom Theme
  5. Creating and Using a Design Package
  6. Using Device Channels
  7. Adding Interaction to SharePoint Pages by using JavaScript
  1. Authentication vs. Authorization
  2. Creating users and groups in Active Directory
  3. SharePoint Groups
  4. Creating Custom Permissions Groups
  5. Granting Permission to User/groups
  6. To Create a Custom Permission level
  7. To bind Users/Groups and Permission Level
  8. Managing Permissions in Sub site.
  9. Permissions for Lists / Libraries or ListItems
  10. To Set Site Confirmation and Deletion of unused sites
  11. Managed Accounts
  12. oAllow Users to create their own site

  13. Additional Security Features


  1. How does Claims Based Authentication works?
  2. Creating SQL Server Database for authentication using Membership and Role Provider
  3. Creating Web Application using CBA.
  4. Allowing Anonymous Access in a Web Application
  5. Enable Form Based Authentication
  6. Editing web.config of Web Application, Central Admin Application and STS
  7. Zones in SharePoint
  8. Creating an Alternate Access Mapping
  1. What are Service Applications?
  2. Benefits of Service Application.
  3. Service Application Life Cycle.
  4. Installing Service Applications and Associating with Web Applications.
  5. List of Service Applications.
  1. Introduction to ECM
  2. Provisioning Managed Metadata Service Application
  3. Term Store Management Tool
  4. Enterprise Content Types
  5. Document Sets.
  6. Document Id Service
  7. Content Organizer
  8. Documents and Records Management


  1. What is Social Computing?
  2. Managing User Profiles
  3. User Profile Service Application
  4. Synchronization Service
  5. Working with My Site
  6. Activity Feed Job
  7. Following Settings
  8. Creating and Configuring Communities
  9. Working with Audience
  1. Purpose of Enterprise Search solution
  2. Microsoft Server Side Search Products
  3. What’s New in SharePoint Search Server 2013
  4. Logical architecture for the Enterprise Search Components
  5. Setting up Search Service Application
  6. Configuring Crawler Settings
  7. Queries and Results Settings
  8. Search Administration at the Site Collection Level
  9. Creating Keywords, Definitions, Best Bets and Synonyms
  10. Creating Search Scopes
  1. Overview of PowerShell
  2. Pipelining of cmdlets
  3. Windows PowerShell Scripts
  4. Using .NET Objects
  5. SharePoint PowerShell Snap-In
  6. Creating/Managing a Web Application
  7. Creating/Managing Site Collection and Site
  1. Complete Backup of Web Application
  2. Complete Restore of Web Application
  3. Granular Backup of Site Collection
  4. Exporting & Importing of List


  1. Site Architecture and Server Object Model
  2. SPWebApplication, SPSite, SPWeb, SPList and more…
  3. Working with List
  4. Working with Document Libraries
  5. Sample Programs to understand the Object Model


  1. CAML Overview
  2. Querying Lists using CAML
  3. Querying Joined Lists using CAML
  4. LINQ to SharePoint Overview
  5. Using SPMetal tool
  6. Querying Lists using LINQ
  7. Querying Based on Lookup Column
  8. Querying Joined Lists using LINQ
  1. SharePoint Root Directory
  2. Features Overview
  3. Features Scope
  4. Create a new feature and Deploying Features using VS2012
  5. Feature Events
  6. Manage SharePoint Solution (WSP) using PowerShell Commands


  1. Creating Site Columns
  2. Creating Content Type.
  3. Creating SharePoint List Definition with List Instance.
  4. Modify the User Interface Using Custom Actions.
  5. Creating Site Definition
  1. Site Pages.
  2. Application Pages.
  3. Master Pages.


  1. Event Handlers - Before events and After Events.
  2. Event receiver base classes.
  3. Registering Event Handlers
  4. Example of Before Events
  5. Programming After Events
  1. Content Rollup
  2. Filters
  3. Forms
  4. Media and Content
  5. Search
  6. Social Collaboration
  7. Building a Simple Web Part
  8. Persisting Properties
  9. Editing Properties in Editor WebPart
  10. Developing Custom Editor WebPart
  11. Composite Web Part
  12. Visual Web Part
  13. Web Part Communication.
  1. What is Sandboxed Solution.
  2. Comparing Farm Solution with Sandbox Solutions.
  3. Benefits of using sandboxed solutions.
  4. To enable sandboxed solutions by using Central Administration.
  5. Create a Sandboxed Solution Project with a web part.
  6. Build and Deploy the Sandboxed Solution.
  7. Using Windows PowerShell for Administration Sandboxed Solutions
  1. Creating a BDC Project in VS.NET
  2. Working with Entities and Methods
  3. Type Descriptor
  4. Using Data in External List
  5. Granting Permissions to the BDC List.


  1. What is Workflow
  2. Built-In SharePoint 2010 Workflows
  3. Workflow Manager
  4. Building Custom Workflow using Visio 2013 and SharePoint Designer 2013
  5. Site Workflow
  6. Publishing and Deploying Workflow
  7. Building Custom Workflow using Visual Studio - 2013
  1. How Client Object Model Works
  2. Managed Client Object Model Design and Understanding
    1. Understanding Load and ExecuteQuery methods of ClientContext
    2. Adding List and ListItems
    3. Querying List Data using CAML
    4. Performing CRUD Operations over List
    5. Querying Large Lists
  3. JavaScript Client Object Model.
    1. Overview
    2. Performing Async Operations using SP.ClientContext object
    3. Fetching Lists Properties
  4. CRUD over List
  1. Role of REST and OData in SharePoint
  2. SharePoint REST Service Architecture
  3. REST EndPoints using OData queries to Select, Filter and Sort
  4. Example to Create, Update and Delete Lists
  5. Example to Add, Edit and Delete Items in a List


  1. Overview
  2. Apps Hosting Options
  3. Configure an environment for apps for SharePoint
  4. Manage the App Catalog in SharePoint 2013
  5. Using Office 365 and NAPA tool for development.
  6. Deploying SharePoint Hosted App using VS 2012
    1. Developing Custom Action
    2. Developing Client WebPart
    3. Using REST API
  7. Deploying Provider Hosted App
  8. Deploying Auto Hosted App
  1. About InfoPath
  2. Creating SharePoint list and Publishing in SharePoint site
  3. Creating Form and Publishing to SharePoint site
  4. Deploy Form Templates That Contain Form Code That Requires Full Trust
  5. Writing Custom Code in InfoPath Form
  6. Walkthrough to Delete SharePoint list items from InfoPath form
  7. Convert Word Forms to InfoPath
  8. Convert Excel Documents to InfoPath
  1. Publish an InfoPath Form to Forms Server and Digitally Sign it
  2. Enable sections in an InfoPath form to accept Digital Signatures
  3. Digitally Sign an InfoPath form and Submit using Email
  1. Retrieve data from SharePoint Lists and your Databases into InfoPath forms
  1. Template Part – Email field with built in Validation
  2. Enhance InfoPath form with Validation, Formatting and Lookups
1.Site creation is no longer a "heavy operation" but now will be "small and fast"
2.Improves provisioning of Site Collection creation
      • Reduces 40+ seconds to 5+ seconds (SPSite.Copy)
3.Applied to a Site Template

1. Avoids Feature Activation overhead
2. Handles at the Content Database level

1.Upgrading from SharePoint 2013 to SharePoint 2016 requires no site collection upgrade 
process, all sites are automatically put into 2016 mode.
2.No migration from previous versions other than 2013
3.Shared Service model still supported when upgrading from SharePoint 2013

1.New navigation experience
2.Consistent navigation between O365 and SharePoint on-premise
3.Quickly launch your applications

1.Hybrid Sites
     • SharePoint Server and SharePoint Online Sites
     • Single Profile for O365 and SharePoint on-premise
2.Hybrid OneDrive for Business
     • Sync files with Office 365
     • Access through Office 365 from any device
3.Hybrid Search 
      • Unified search results from both on-premises and Office 365 content
      • Unify the search index across both environments

1.Set ODF file as the default file template for a document library
2.New UI  significance for Document Library 
3.Data loss prevention is improved and adds more features such as new On Hold policy Site Collection templates and document delete policy templates. 


1.Office 365 features are added into SharePoint 2016 
2.harePoint 2016 has now updated the ribbon from SharePoint 2013 to match the Office 365 ribbon, meaning that if users are swapping between systems, there will be a consistent experience.
3.Office 365 is added to the Quick Lanch bar in Central Administration Site.
4.From Central Administration Site only, we would Configure Office 365 Yammer, hybrid OneDrive and site Features

1.SMTP connections now support TLS
2.SAML claims-based authentication is the preferred and default authentication method (NTLM and Kerberos will  continue to be supported)


1.File name length and other character restrictions are being removed
2.Updated blogging experience including drag and drop feature for adding images to posts
3.Increased upload File Size
      • Used to be 2GB. Theoretically no limit. 10GB is recommended
4.5,000 items view threshold
      • Handled via new Automatic Index Management setting and Large list column index management Timer Job
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