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  • Microsoft Virtual Labs ® Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Table of Contents Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration .............................. 1 Exercise 1 Getting Started with Windows SharePoint Services Installation .................................................................1 Exercise 2 Using the SharePoint Products Configuration Wizard.................................................................................1 Exercise 3 Windows SharePoint Services Central Administration – The Home Page ..................................................1 Exercise 4 Windows SharePoint Services (version 3) Central Administration – The Application Management page .1 Exercise 5 Windows SharePoint Services (version 3) Central Administration – Operations page ...............................1 Conclusion.....................................................................................................................................................................1
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration In completing this lab, you will learn about: Objectives Tthe installation and configuration options available in Windows SharePoint Services V3 such as installing a new farm, configuring global workflow settings, configuring incoming e-mail, administrative tasks, farm topology and provisioning new web applications. Walk through the installation and configuration of Windows SharePoint Services Scenario (version 3). Estimated Time to 90 Minutes Complete This Lab Computer used in this Lab MOSS Page 1 of 19
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Exercise 1 Getting Started with Windows SharePoint Services Installation Scenario The installation has been streamlined to allow administrators to more easily install a Windows SharePoint Services farm. The installation has been made more flexible as well allowing the program file path to be set as an advanced option. Tasks Detailed Steps Complete the following a. Login using the following credentials: task on: Username: administrator MOSS Password: pass@word1 1. Install Windows Log on to: LITWAREINC SharePoint Services (version 3). b. Open a file browser by clicking on Start | My Computer and browse to C:MediaSharePoint c. Double click on the Sharepoint_setup.exe executable to begin the installation. d. Click Yes when prompted to proceed. e. Wait for the Microsoft Software License Terms screen to appear. f. Check the I accept the terms of this agreement checkbox, and click on the Continue button Page 2 of 19
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Tasks Detailed Steps g. The Installation Types screen will appear, click the Advanced button to continue. h. (Optional) Changing to the Data Location tab allows you to change the installation directory for Windows SharePoint Services. i. In the Server Type screen select the Web Front End-Only install components required to render content to users. Can add servers to form a SharePoint farm Page 3 of 19
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Tasks Detailed Steps j. Click the Install Now button to continue k. When the installation completes click on the Close button to proceed to the SharePoint Products and Technologies Configuration Wizard. Page 4 of 19
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Exercise 2 Using the SharePoint Products Configuration Wizard Scenario This exercise will take you through the initial configuration of a new SharePoint farm. In Windows SharePoint Services (version 3), the Central Administration site was changed to be a SharePoint site collection. This means that a number of tasks must occur before an administrator can visit the Central Administration site. The SharePoint Products Configuration Wizard leads you through the steps required to initially configure your Windows SharePoint Services installation. Tasks Detailed Steps Complete the following a. The Welcome screen will appear, click Next to continue task on: b. An information dialog box will appear explaining the services that will be affected by the configuration wizard, click Yes to continue MOSS 1. Run the configuration wizard. c. Select No, I want to create a new server farm and then click Next Page 5 of 19
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Tasks Detailed Steps d. The Configuration Database Settings page will appear, fill in the page using the following information and then click Next: Database server: moss Database name: SharePoint_Config Username: LITWAREINCadministrator Password: pass@word1 Note: In a production environment, a different user specifically created to manage the database connections for SharePoint is recommended. Page 6 of 19
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Tasks Detailed Steps e. The Central Administration Web Application Configuration page will appear. f. (Optional) Check the Specify port number box and enter the desired port number g. Click Next to continue h. The Completing SharePoint Configuration page will appear, click Next to Page 7 of 19
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Tasks Detailed Steps continue i. The Configuring SharePoint Products and Technologies page will appear and step through 9 tasks using the information supplied. Some steps will take several minutes each, please be patient. Page 8 of 19
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Tasks Detailed Steps j. The Configuration Successful page will appear, click Finish to launch into the Central Administration homepage Page 9 of 19
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Exercise 3 Windows SharePoint Services Central Administration – The Home Page Scenario This exercise will highlight the new layout of the Central Administrator site and the new configuration options that are available. Tasks Detailed Steps Complete the following a. Open the Central Administration page, if this is not open from the last Exercise 2 tasks on: you can open it by clicking on the Start | Administrative Tools | SharePoint 3.0 Central Administration link. MOSS b. The Central Administration page in Windows SharePoint Services V3 is now a 1. View the site collection. The site has full Windows SharePoint Services functionality. It Administrative Tasks may house documents in a document library, it can have its own lists, events, and screen RSS feeds. c. The Central Administration site has 3 major actions available. The first part of this exercise will look at the Home section of the Central Administration. d. The Home tab contains the Administrative Tasks list. This list is populated with the tasks that have to be completed to allow Windows SharePoint Services V3 to be fully functional. e. Click on the Create SharePoint Sites task, the Administrative Task display form will appear. f. An administrative task consists of a few major components Action: This is a link to the administrative action to be taken Description: This is a general description of the purpose of the task. Associated Service: This is a categorization of the Farm service associated with this task. g. Click on Close to return to the Home page. Page 10 of 19
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Tasks Detailed Steps 2. View the Farm a. The Home tab also contains the Farm Topology which will show a list of all of Topology screen the servers in the SharePoint farm and a list of the services running on them. b. (Optional) Click on the View link next to the server name, and view the event logs for this server. Click on the Home tab to return. c. Click on the server listed in the Farm Topology list, the Services on Server page appears d. The Services on Server page allows you to start and stop services on the servers in the farm from one central location Page 11 of 19
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Exercise 4 Windows SharePoint Services (version 3) Central Administration – The Application Management page Scenario This page contains links to pages that help you configure settings for applications and components that are installed on the server or server farm. Windows SharePoint Services (version 3) gives you the option to provision a new web application from within the Central Administration pages. This allows a SharePoint administrator to be able to work through the Central Administration pages without needing to login to the server itself to make updates. Tasks Detailed Steps Complete the following a. Click on the Application Management tab in the top navigation 3 tasks on: MOSS 1. Provision a new Web Application b. Click on Create or extend Web application, the Create or Extend Web Application page should appear c. Click on Create a new Web Application, the Create New Web Application page should appear d. Fill in the Create New Web Application form with the following information IIS Web Site: Select Create a new IIS web site Description: Keep the default value. Port: Change this to 80 Host Header: Leave this empty. Path: Keep the default. Security Configuration Authentication Provider: NTLM. Allow Anonymous: No. Use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL No. Load Balanced URL URL: http://moss Zone: Keep the default value. Application Pool: Select Create new application pool. Application pool name: Keep the default value. Select a security account for this application pool: Select Configurable and use the following values: Page 12 of 19
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Tasks Detailed Steps User name: LITWAREINCadministrator Password: pass@word1 Note: In a production environment creating a separate application pool account is recommended Database Name and Authentication: Keep the default values. Leave the rest of the items with their default values e. Click Ok, the Operation in Progress page will appear and run for a few minutes. f. After the Operation completes the Application Created page will appear, click on the Create a new Windows SharePoint Services site collection link. 2. Create a new Site a. The Create Site Collection page will appear, fill in the form with the following Collection information Web Application: Keep the default value. Title: HOL Install and Config Description: Hands on Lab for installation and configuration Web Site Address: Select Create site at this URL and keep the default value of (root). Primary Site Collection Administrator User name: LITWAREINCadministrator Quota Template: Keep the default value. Template selection: Keep the default value. b. Click Ok to create your site collection; the Operation in progress page will appear for a few seconds. c. After the Operation completes you will be notified that your top-level site collection has been created, click Ok to continue. 3. View Workflow a. Click on the Workflow Settings link at the bottom of the page Settings screen b. The Workflow Settings page allows you to determine two major things Are user-defined workflows permitted (Ex: SharePoint Designer no-code Note: Windows SharePoint workflows) Services (version 3) has workflow integrated into Are users without site access permitted for workflows the platform. These settings allow an c. The changes made to these settings are global for the selected web application Page 13 of 19
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Tasks Detailed Steps administrator to control d. Click on Cancel to return to the Application Management page. what types of workflows are allowed. Page 14 of 19
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Exercise 5 Windows SharePoint Services (version 3) Central Administration – Operations page Scenario This page contains links to pages that help you manage your server or server farm, such as changing the server farm topology, specifying which services are running on each server, and changing settings that affect multiple servers or applications. Windows SharePoint Services (version 3) allows the SharePoint administrator to define a group of administrators that will have access to the SharePoint Farm administration. This gives the SharePoint administration the ability to ensure a secure environment and prevent all server administrators from having full privileges to data contained within SharePoint. Tasks Detailed Steps Complete the following a. Click on the Operations tab from the top navigation, the Operations page will 2 tasks on: appear MOSS 1. Add a user to the SharePoint administrator’s group b. Click on the SharePoint administrator’s group link under Security Configuration. The People and Groups: Farm Administrators page appears. c. The Farm Administrators page shows the current membership of the SharePoint Farm Administrators group, click New to get a drop down list of options for adding a new member and select Add users d. The Add Users page will appear. Page 15 of 19
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Tasks Detailed Steps e. Enter tracy in to the Users field and press Enter. f. Double click the user result that is returned and choose “Tracy Tallman”, the menu will disappear and the Users box on the Add Users page will populate with your selection. g. Click Ok to add this user to the SharePoint administrator’s group h. Click on the Operations tab to return to the Operations page. 2. Enable Incoming E- a. Click on the Incoming e-mail settings link under Topology and Services, the mail Incoming E-Mail Settings page will appear. Note: Windows SharePoint Services (version 3) allows e-smail to be sent to SharePoint sites and to store incoming messages in lists. This allows SharePoint to be used to archive discussion groups as well as giving users a fast a convenient way to share files. b. This page will allow an administrator to enable or disable the ability for SharePoint lists to receive e-mail submissions. This settings page affects the entire farm adding or removing the ability to enable or disable this at a site collection level. c. In order to enable incoming e-mail on the farm select the Yes option in the Enable Incoming E-Mail section. d. Click Ok to save your configuration change. e. Open a new Internet Explorer window, enter http://moss in the Address field and press the Enter key. f. The HOL site collection will appear, click on the Announcements link on this page and the Announcements list view page will appear. g. Click on the Settings |List Settings option and the Customize Announcements page will appear. Page 16 of 19
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Tasks Detailed Steps h. Click on the E-mail settings link in the Communications section, the Change E- Mail Settings: Announcements page will appear. i. Select Yes in the E-Mail enable this list to receive e-mail section, and enter announce in the text box under E-mail address. j. Choose “Archive all email regardless of sender” in the “E-Mail Security” section k. Click Ok to save these changes. Page 17 of 19
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Tasks Detailed Steps l. Click on Start | All Programs | Outlook Express to open the mail client. m. Ignore the error message about the missing POP3 server n. Expand Local Folders and click on the Drafts folder. o. There will be a draft email in the Drafts folder, double click on this email and click on the Send button. p. The e-mail takes a few minutes to process, however it will be added to the Announcements list as it gets delivered. You can see the e-mail queue in C:InetpubmailrootDrop. The message will be delivered when this folder is empty. Page 18 of 19
  • Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Installation and Configuration Conclusion In this lab, you got a brief overview of how to install Windows SharePoint Services (version 3) as well as many of the new Central Administration site and configuration options. Page 19 of 19