I am installing SharePoint 2010 single farm on my 64bit Win7 Ultimate development machine. After a lot of pain and apparent success of the installation, I am not finding the "Farm Configuration Wizard" on the "Configuration Wizards" page of Central Administration.
Looking for reasons why and things to check to make it show up.
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I want to create a new SharePoint 2010 farm using PowerShell. I use the following command: New-SPConfigurationDatabase When issuing this command (and providing the needed parameters) I get the following error: New-SPConfigurationDatabase : This SharePoint farm currently has pending upgrades. The cmdlet New-SPConfigurationDatabase cannot be executed until the upgrade is completed. When running the "SharePoint 2010 Products Configuration Wizard" I'm able to create a farm. I have a freshly installed Windows Server 2008 R2 with SQL 2008 R2 on the same box (it's a demo box
like to create a Search Service Application after installing Search Server Express 2010. Do I need to run the Farm Configuration Wizard and install the below if I can create a Search Service... and Health data collection This service collects farm wide usage and health data and provides the ability to view various usage and health reports. Update 1: I'm running Windows 2008 R2. I migrated WSS v3 to SharePoint Foundation 2010 and then installed Search Express 2010 on top of it. I am logged in with an account that has full farm administration access. Update 2: I migrated WSS
For the past couple of days I have been setting up a brand new SharePoint Server 2010 running on top of Server 2008. This installation is intended to be used with Active Directory and will be used as an intranet for our organization. Everything installed correctly and the SharePoint install itself went fine. I'm at the point now where I am running the SharePoint 2010 Products Configuration Wizard. The thing that is bothering me is that the configuration wizard runs without me needing to enter any information (Service Accounts, Database Server, Admin Site Port, etc). Should I have done
. Is this a known problem? Am I following a red herring with the db access? Is it worth blowing the whole configuration away and starting again? ...I am not an expert on the installation of SharePoint, but I have been trying to configure the MOSS installation on one of our DEV servers. The first problem was found when trying to set up an SSP... into this and decided to completely re-install MOSS on that box. I have tried to re-run the config wizard to hook this server up to the existing config database and to re-create the central admin site. However I now
Configuration for the first time, at Step# 8, while creating Sample Database, it gave me this error: http://cid-f72f4bb11ec94af8.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/pub-scrshots/SP2010-Configuration-Wizard-Failed-Step8.png Event Viewer contains this entry: Log Name: Application Source: SharePoint 2010 Products Configuration Wizard Date: 2/9/2010 6:03:01 PM Event ID: 104...;Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event"> <System> <Provider Name="SharePoint 2010 Products Configuration Wizard" /> <EventID Qualifiers="0">
(Windows6.1-KB974405-x64.msu) Enabled all roles indicated in the list (IIS and WCF) Installed Sharepoint Foundation 2010 didn't run the product configuration wizard (yet) created two additional domain user accounts..." -AsPlainText -Force) When I run it, I'm prompted for database credentials and I enter mydomain\SPF_DATABASE and password I'm also prompted for farm credentials and I enter mydomain\SPF_ADMIN with password... : Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell. SPCmdletNewSPConfigurationDatabase What am I missing? Is there something else I should configure? Additional info I've also tried disabling firewall, antivirus and UAC but with no luck.
I have VMWare image clone of our virtual Sharepoint web frontend. All the connections are the same (same farm basically), same exchange server, same sql server. I am afraid to connect this box to the network. Will this change anything on the farm? Unfortunately the sql and exchange server connections are production servers, whereas this box is a development/testing server. This server was supposed to be a fail-over project that got trashed, and now I need to use it for testing. Will anything I change in this server reflect changes in the other server? Also, because the network is disabled I
After installing WSS 3.0 I'm getting the following error in the configuration wizard: An Exception of type System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException was thrown. Additional exception information Timeout Expired.The timeout period elapsed prior to completion of the operation or the server is not responding. Does any one know how to solve this problem?
I am currently trying to upgrade my two WFEs from 32 bit Windows Server 2003 to 64 bit Windows Server 2008. I also have a 64 bit Windows server 2008 in the farm as an index server, and a 64 bit SQL 2005 box running Windows server 2008. I am using kerberos authentication to allow for smart card auth on the ISA 2006 server. After upgrading one of the front ends I am unable to access it through ISA. I get the multiple prompts even though I am entering valid credentials. When looking in the sever logs there are numerous kerberos errors referencing a null sid. Does anyone else have