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Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards
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Installing SharePoint 2013 – Step by Step presented by Alan Richards

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1. Learn about service accounts for SharePoint 2013 …

1. Learn about service accounts for SharePoint 2013

2. Learn how to install SharePoint 2013 using best practices for lowest privilege installations

3. Learn about the installation of workflow server & Office web apps and how they interact with SharePoint 2013

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  • 1. Installing SharePoint 2013 Alan Richards
  • 2. 1 Introductions 2 Security Accounts 3 Installing SharePoint 4 Installing Office Web Apps 5 Installing Workflow Manager 6 Q&A
  • 3. +44(0) 782 483 1088 alan.richards@foundation-sp.com uk.linkedin.com/in/richardsalan @arichards_Saruk www.edutechnow.com • • • • Senior Consultant SharePoint MVP 18 years experience in IT Worked with SharePoint since team services
  • 4. Security Accounts
  • 5. • Least privilege at all times • Setup accounts to use with SharePoint • Setup user • Domain Users & Local Administrator • DB – Security Admin & Database Creator • Farm service account (Database access account) • Domain Users • DB – Setup will set permissions • Application pool account • Domain Users • DB – Setup will set permissions • Active Directory • Add accounts to Active Directory • SP-Setup • SP-FarmAd • SP-AppPool http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc678863.aspx
  • 6. Installing SharePoint 2013
  • 7. http://craiglussier.com
  • 8. $passphrase = ConvertTo-SecureString -asPlainText –Force Set-SPPassPhrase -PassPhrase $passphrase –Confirm
  • 9. Creating a SharePoint Site
  • 10. A managed account allows SharePoint 2013 to control aspects of the account and synchronise password changes with Active Directory if necessary
  • 11. • Name for the new website – Make it something recognisable • Port for the website – The default is 80, you can use something different if you need to • Do you require anonymous access – Is it going to be a public site • Secure Sockets Layer – If you require the web application to use SSL then all servers will require valid certificates • Authentication method – NTLM or Kerberos • URL of the website – The URL that users will use to access the site (FQDN if using SSL) • Application pool name – Make it something recognisable • Security account – Use the Application Pool Account (you should have created a managed account using the instructions above) • Database server – The name of the database server storing the SharePoint 2013 databases • Database name – The name given to the database for this web application • Authentication – The default is Windows and this is the recommended way of accessing the database server
  • 12. • Name for the new website – Make it something recognisable • Port for the website – The default is 80, you can use something different if you need to • Do you require anonymous access – Is it going to be a public site • Secure Sockets Layer – If you require the web application to use SSL then all servers will require valid certificates • Authentication method – NTLM or Kerberos • URL of the website – The URL that users will use to access the site (FQDN if using SSL) • Application pool name – Make it something recognisable • Security account – Use the Application Pool Account (you should have created a managed account using the instructions above) • Database server – The name of the database server storing the SharePoint 2013 databases • Database name – The name given to the database for this web application • Authentication – The default is Windows and this is the recommended way of accessing the database server
  • 13. • Name for the new website – Make it something recognisable • Port for the website – The default is 80, you can use something different if you need to • Do you require anonymous access – Is it going to be a public site • Secure Sockets Layer – If you require the web application to use SSL then all servers will require valid certificates • Authentication method – NTLM or Kerberos • URL of the website – The URL that users will use to access the site (FQDN if using SSL) • Application pool name – Make it something recognisable • Security account – Use the Application Pool Account (you should have created a managed account using the instructions above) • Database server – The name of the database server storing the SharePoint 2013 databases • Database name – The name given to the database for this web application • Authentication – The default is Windows and this is the recommended way of accessing the database server
  • 14. • Name for the new website – Make it something recognisable • Port for the website – The default is 80, you can use something different if you need to • Do you require anonymous access – Is it going to be a public site • Secure Sockets Layer – If you require the web application to use SSL then all servers will require valid certificates • Authentication method – NTLM or Kerberos • URL of the website – The URL that users will use to access the site (FQDN if using SSL) • Application pool name – Make it something recognisable • Security account – Use the Application Pool Account (you should have created a managed account using the instructions above) • Database server – The name of the database server storing the SharePoint 2013 databases • Database name – The name given to the database for this web application • Authentication – The default is Windows and this is the recommended way of accessing the database server
  • 15. • Name for the new website – Make it something recognisable • Port for the website – The default is 80, you can use something different if you need to • Do you require anonymous access – Is it going to be a public site • Secure Sockets Layer – If you require the web application to use SSL then all servers will require valid certificates • Authentication method – NTLM or Kerberos • URL of the website – The URL that users will use to access the site (FQDN if using SSL) • Application pool name – Make it something recognisable • Security account – Use the Application Pool Account (you should have created a managed account using the instructions above) • Database server – The name of the database server storing the SharePoint 2013 databases • Database name – The name given to the database for this web application • Authentication – The default is Windows and this is the recommended way of accessing the database server
  • 16. Installing Office Web Apps
  • 17. http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35489
  • 18. Certificates • Recommended for production • Trusted source • Required for external sites Configuration • PowerShell to configure Web Apps New-OfficeWebAppsFarm -InternalUrl https://yourserver.local -ExternalUrl https://webapp.yourdomain.com –CertificateName "OfficeWebApps Certificate" – EditingEnabled
  • 19. Verify • Browse to a web page to verify Web Apps is working • https://yourserver.local/hosting/discovery • Returns a screen of xml Claims • For SharePoint 2013 to access Office Web Apps the web application must use claims based authentication • Convert-SPWebApplication -Identity "http://yourwebapplication:port" To Claims –RetainPermissions
  • 20. Licensing • To enable users to edit documents using Office Web Apps they need to be assigned licenses to edit. Get-SPUserLicense $x = New-SPUserLicenseMapping -SecurityGroup <ADsecuritygroup> –License OfficeWebAppsEdit $x | Add-SPUserLicenseMapping Enable-SPUserLicensing Binding • Bind SharePoint 2013 to the Office Web Apps server New-SPWOPIBinding -ServerName <WebAppServerName>
  • 21. Installing Workflow Manager
  • 22. Workflow Manager • Install of SharePoint 2013 – Provides 2010 workflows • Standalone or co-located • The installation of Workflow Manager uses the Web Platform Installer from Microsoft and can be downloaded from http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=252092
  • 23. • You can use default settings • Configure connection to SQL • Service account • Use http or https • Certificates
  • 24. Connecting to SharePoint • Logon to each SharePoint 2013 web front end and install the Workflow Manager Client, this can be downloaded from http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkID=268376 • Register workflow server Register-SPWorkflowService –SPSite "http://myserver/mysitecollection" – WorkflowHostUri “http://workflow.example.com:12290”
  • 25. Test Configuration • Download SharePoint Designer 2013 from the Microsoft website, this link will access the download site http://www.microsoft.com/enus/download/details.aspx?id=35 491
  • 26. Q&A

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