dinsdag 21 december 2010

SharePoint 2010 Installation

This blogs describe the installation of the SharePoint 2010 server in the below environment.
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The basis of all installations is Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2, 64 Bits with all available updates installed until the 1 November 2010.
No rights can be taken from this documentation, you are still responsible for the correct configuration of your own environment. I only hope this document will help you with your implementation.
 

Configure IIS 7.0 for installation of SharePoint 2010

Before you can install SharePoint on the server you first need to configure IIS 7 on Windows and install additional features.
 

Installation IIS 7.0

  1. Login with a local administrator on the SHP01 server
  2. Start the Windows Server Manager
  3. Click Add Roles
  4. Select the Web Server (IIS) Role
  5. Click Add required features when the pop-up Add features required for Web Servers (IIS) does appear
  6. Click Next
  7. Click Next
  8. Select the below services to be installed
    1. Web Server
      1. Common HTTP Features
      2. Static Content
      3. Default Document
      4. Directory Browsing
      5. HTTP Errors
    2. Application Development
      1. ASP.NET
      2. NET Extensibility
      3. ISAPI Extensions
      4. ISAPI Filters
    3. Health and Diagnostics
      1. HTTP Logging
      2. Logging Tools
      3. Request Monitor
      4. Tracing
    4. Security
      1. Basic Authentication
      2. Windows Authentication
      3. Digest Authentication
      4. Request Filtering
    5. Performance
      1. Static Content Compression
      2. Dynamic Content Compression
    6. Management Tools
      1. IIS Management Console
      2. IIS 6 Management Compatibility
      3. IIS 6 Metabase Compatibility
  9. Click Next
  10. Click Install
  11. Follow the default left steps to finish the installation of IIS and components.
 

Installation .NET FrameWork 3.x feature

  1. Login with a local administrator on the SHP01 server
  2. Start the Windows Server Manager
  3. Click Add Features
  4. Select the .NET Framework 3.x feature
  5. Click Add Required Role Services when the Add role services and features required for .NET Framework 3.x features appears
  6. Click Next
  7. Click Next
  8. Click Next
  9. Klik Install
  10. Follow the default steps to finish the installation.

Create SharePoint basic installation accounts

Two accounts are required for the basic installation of SharePoint.

SharePoint Farm Setup account

The farm setup account is a dedicated account that will be used for installation of the SharePoint binaries on each server. The account is also used during basic configuration of SharePoint.
Do not use an existing domain administrator account or your own domain account as a local administrator on the server during the installation. The account is granted specific rights during the installation of SharePoint on the servers in the farm. It is not desired to grant those rights to your own account or a standard domain administrator account. It’s best to keep a dedicated account during installation or when you would like to add a new server to the farm in a later stadium.
For example it might be used to run the Windows SharePoint Services Timer
Account nameRights
corp\shpSetup
  • Member of the local administrator group of each SharePoint server in the farm
  • Login account on the SQL Server with the server roles
    • dbcreator
    • security administrator
Make corp\shpSetup Local admin on SHP01
  1. Login to the SHP01 server with an local administrator account
  2. Start the Windows Server Manager
  3. Go to Configuration > Local Users and Groups > Groups
  4. Double click on the Administrators Group
  5. Click Add
  6. Add the domain account corp\shpSetup
  7. Follow the default steps to add the account and then logoff from the server.
Make corp\shpSetup a Login on SQL01
  1. Login to the SQL01 server with an local administrator account that is a member of the SQL Server role sysadmin
  2. Start SQL Server Management studio
  3. Create a connection to the SQL instance where you will create SharePoint databases. (In my environment I use a named instance: SQL01\MSSQL01)
  4. Click New Query
  5. Copy below SQL Script to create the Login corp\shpSetup with the needed rights for the SharePoint installation.
    CREATE LOGIN [CORP\shpSetup] FROM WINDOWS WITH DEFAULT_DATABASE=[master], DEFAULT_LANGUAGE=[us_english] GO
    EXEC sp_addsrvrolemember @loginame = N'CORP\shpSetup', @rolename = N'dbcreator' GO
    EXEC sp_addsrvrolemember @loginame = N'CORP\shpSetup', @rolename = N'securityadmin'
    GO
  6. Close SQL Server Management studio logoff from the server.

SharePoint Farm Administrator account

The Farm administrator account is also mentioned as the default content access account. Het The account is the primary administrator account of the SharePoint farm and is granted db_owner to all content databases in the farm.
Account nameRight
corp\shpFarm
  • Account is granted rights during installation. No rights are needed to be granted before installation.

Installation SharePoint binaries

The installation of the binaries is done with the account corp\shpSetup. Installation is done with the installation DVD of SharePoint.
  1. Login to SHP01 server with the CORP\shpSetup account
  2. Start windows explorer
  3. Browse to cd-drive
  4. Double click the splash.hta to start the installation
  5. Click “Install software prerequisites” and follow the basic steps to finish
  6. Click “Install SharePoint Server”
    1. Click yes on the User Account Control dialog box
    2. Insert your product key on the Product Key dialog box
    3. Select I accept terms of agreement on the License agreement dialog box and click continue
    4. Select Server Farm on the Choose the installation you want dialog box
    5. Select Complete – Install all components. on the server type dialog box
    6. Click the File Location, leave all default and click Install Now
    7. Install Progress is shown have some patients.
  7. Unselect Run the SharePoint configuration wizard now and click Close
  8. Do NOT run the technology configuration wizard.

SharePoint Products and technology configuration wizard

During this step the Central Administration (CA) web application is created. During the step 2 databases are created:
  • shpFarm1_Config
  • shpFarm1_AdminContent_{GUID}
  1. Login to the SHP01 server with the CORP\shpSetup account
  2. Go to Start > Microsoft Office Server
  3. Click the SharePoint Products and Technologies Configuration Wizard
    1. The window named “Welcome to SharePoint Products” appears, click Next
    2. A window appears to warn you about services that may be started or reset during the installation process, click Yes
    3. The window named “Connect to a server farm” appears, select “Create a new server farm” and click next
    4. The window named “Specify Configuration database settings” Appears, give the below values and click Next:
      1. Database server: SQL01\MSSQL01
      2. Database name: shpFarm1_Config
      3. Username: CORP\shpFarm
      4. Password: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    5. The window named “Specify farm security settings” appears, give the below values and click Next:
      1. Passphrase: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
      2. Confirm passphrase: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    6. The window named “Configure SharePoint Central Administration Web Application” appears, give the below values and click Next:
      1. Specify port number, check the box:12000
      2. Select Negotiate (Kerberos)
    7. A window Appears to warn you about the additional steps for Kerberos authentication, click Yes
    8. The window named “Completing the SharePoint Products Configuration Wizard” appears, click Next
    9. The windows named “Configuring SharePoint Products” appears, just wait until it has finished all 10 configuration steps.
    10. The windows named “Configuring Successful” appears, click finish
  4. The Central Administration starts to open the “Initial Farm Configuration Wizard” window.
    1. The window named “Help Make SharePoint Better” appears, select below value and click Ok:
      1. No, I don’t wish to participate
      2. The window named “Central Administration, Configure Your SharePoint Farm” appears, Click Cancel
      3. The basic Central Administration window appears, just close it!
This is it for now, we are no ready for starting the configuration of SharePoint 2010. There is a lot to configure. To make this not one very big blog I will create separate blogs for configuration. Starting with “Configure SharePoint Outgoing E-Mail
I hope you are not disappointed, just wait for the next blog and watch me on twitter @arjanfraaij
See you!

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