I'm having problems installing development machine for SharePoint (Foundation) 2010. This is what I did so far on the same machine:
Logon as a serviceright.
New-SPConfigurationDatabaseso I am able to use a non-domain username (SPF_CONFIG that I created in the previous step)
But all I get is this: Unknown error http://i44.tinypic.com/28jxkcn.jpg
The outcome after this error is:
dbowner(check below image)
What level of access does the user account have on the db server? Is it just dbcreator or is it dbowner? After the objects are created additional scripts are run. I successfully used this process many times building (and rebuilding) an early demo setup I used.
I've followed two guides:
Step by step instructions I followed (may be helpful to someone else as well):
New-SPConfigurationDatabase -AdministrationContentDatabaseName "SomeDBName"
psconfiguiand finished configuration
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