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What’s new in Services on Server in SP2010

Curious to know what the Services on Server page looks like now?

Curious to know what the Services on Server page looks like now?  Well, then this is the post for you.  Instead of just having the 6 or so services that you had in MOSS 2007, there are many more services listed on the Services on Server page.  Here is what your list might look like (pending changes of course).  Since the move to Service Applications, you will probably find yourself concentrating on this page as much, but it’s still there.

  • Access Database Service
  • Application Registry Service
  • Business Data Connectivity
  • Central Administration
  • Document Conversion Launcher Service
  • Document Conversion Load Balancing Service
  • Excel Calculation Services
  • Lotus Notes Connector
  • Managed Metadata Web Service
  • Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Incoming E-mail
  • Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Subscription Settings Service
  • Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Web Application
  • Microsoft SharePoint Foundation User Code Service
  • PerformancePoint Service
  • PowerPoint Service
  • Search Query and Site Settings Service
  • Secure Store Service
  • SharePoint Foundation Search
  • SharePoint Server Search
  • User Profile Service
  • User Profile Synchronization Service
  • Visio Graphics Service
  • Web Analytics Data Processing Service
  • Web Analytics Web Service
  • Word Automation Services
  • Word Viewing Service

As you get more familiar with the concept of Service Applications, you will notice that many of the items on this list are service applications.

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Corey Roth, a SharePoint Server MVP, is a consultant at Hitachi Consulting specializing in SharePoint and Office 365 for clients in the energy sector. He has more than ten years of experience delivering solutions in the energy, travel, advertising and consumer electronics verticals.

Corey specializes in delivering ECM and search solutions to clients using SharePoint. Corey has always focused on rapid adoption of new Microsoft technologies including Visual Studio 2013, Office 365, and SharePoint.

He is a member of the .NET Mafia (www.dotnetmafia.com) where he blogs about the latest technology and SharePoint. He is dedicated to the community and speaks regularly at user groups and SharePoint Saturdays.