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The SharePoint Connector supports SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013.

Below is a summary of the versions of SharePoint supported by the SharePoint Connector.

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SharePoint 2007

Versions and Editions of SharePoint 2007

Microsoft offers two primary versions of SharePoint 2007:

  • Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) v3. This is the free/unlicensed version of SharePoint that is built upon Windows Server 2003/2008, SQL Server 2000/2005, IIS, ASP.Net 2.0, and .NET 2.0/3.0. All you need is a licensed copy of Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008. There are no other licensing costs unless you want the full-fledged version of SQL Server.
    • Refer to Microsoft's WSS 3.0 page for more information about this product.
    • To download and install WSS 3.0, refer to the WSS 3.0 download page.
    • Be aware that WSS 3.0 is free for Windows Server 2003.
  • Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007. This is the licensed version of SharePoint that is built upon WSS v3. It has two primary versions: MOSS 2007 Standard and MOSS 2007 Enterprise. There are a host of other licensing options as well, such as the ability to use Microsoft Search Server 2008 or Microsoft Search Server 2008 Express with WSS instead of MOSS.

For more details on the differences between these versions see the following documents from Microsoft:

Finding Out Which Version of SharePoint 2007 You Have

To determine whether you have WSS 3.0 or MOSS 2007 installed, go to Windows Start -> Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs.

  • If you see 'Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007' in the list, then MOSS 2007 has been installed.
  • If you see only 'Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services' in the list (and not 'Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007') then you only have WSS 3.0 installed.

Confluence SharePoint Connector Features Supported in SharePoint 2007

To see the SharePoint Connector features available with each edition of SharePoint 2007, refer to our planning guide.

From a user's point of view, the SharePoint Connector features in SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013 are the same.

SharePoint 2010

Versions and Editions of SharePoint 2010

Microsoft offers two primary versions of SharePoint 2010:

  • SharePoint Foundation 2010. This is the free/unlicensed version of SharePoint. It replaces Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 2007. SharePoint Foundation is built upon Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008, IIS and .NET 3.5. All you need is a licensed copy of Windows Server 2008. There are no other licensing costs unless you want the full-fledged version of SQL Server.
    • Refer to this TechNet article for more information about SharePoint Foundation 2010.
    • To download and install SharePoint Foundation 2010, refer to the Microsoft download page.
    • Be aware that SharePoint Foundation 2010 is free for Windows Server 2008.
  • Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. This is the licensed version of SharePoint, offering a business collaboration platform for the enterprise. It replaces Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007

For more details on the differences between these versions, see the Microsoft Microsoft SharePoint Products home page.

Finding Out Which Edition of SharePoint 2010 You Have

To determine whether you have SharePoint Foundation or SharePoint Server installed, go to Windows Start -> Control Panel -> Programs -> Programs and Features.

  • If you see 'Microsoft SharePoint Server...' in the list, then SharePoint Server has been installed.
  • If you see only 'Microsoft SharePoint Foundation...' (and not 'Microsoft SharePoint Server...') then you only have SharePoint Foundation  installed.

Confluence SharePoint Connector Features Supported in SharePoint 2010

To see the SharePoint connector features available with each edition of SharePoint 2010, refer to our planning guide.

From a user's point of view, the SharePoint Connector features in SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013 are the same.

SharePoint 2013

Versions and Editions of SharePoint 2013

Microsoft offers two primary versions of SharePoint 2013:

  • SharePoint Foundation 2013. This is the free/unlicensed version of SharePoint. SharePoint Foundation is built upon Windows Server 2008/2012, SQL Server 2008, IIS and .NET 4.5. All you need is a licensed copy of Windows Server 2008 or 2012. There are no other licensing costs unless you want the full-fledged version of SQL Server.
    • Refer to this TechNet article for more information about SharePoint Foundation 2013.
    • To download and install SharePoint Foundation 2013, refer to the Microsoft download page.
    • Be aware that SharePoint Foundation 2010 is free for Windows Server 2008.
  • Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013. This is the licensed version of SharePoint, offering a business collaboration platform for the enterprise. It replaces Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.

For more details on the differences between these versions, see the Microsoft Microsoft SharePoint Products home page.

Finding Out Which Edition of SharePoint 2013 You Have

To determine whether you have SharePoint Foundation or SharePoint Server installed, go to Windows Start -> Control Panel -> Programs -> Programs and Features.

  • If you see 'Microsoft SharePoint Server...' in the list, then SharePoint Server has been installed.
  • If you see only 'Microsoft SharePoint Foundation...' (and not 'Microsoft SharePoint Server...') then you only have SharePoint Foundation  installed.

Confluence SharePoint Connector Features Supported in SharePoint 2013

To see the SharePoint connector features available with each edition of SharePoint 2013, refer to our planning guide.

From a user's point of view, the SharePoint Connector features in SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013 are the same.

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3 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    Great simplified summary! Many thanks!

  2. Anonymous

    Is there a plan to support SharePoint 2013?

    1. Hi Anonymous,

      It's in the pipeline - you can watch this JIRA issue to be informed of progress: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CSI-953

      Regards,
      Joe.