Dogfood Conference 2010 - What Every SharePoint 2010 Administrator Must Know

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Dogfood Conference 2010 - What Every SharePoint 2010 Administrator Must Know

  1. 1. Veenus Maximiuk SharePoint Managing Architect ICC
  2. 2. • Quick and simple installation and Configuration Wizards configuration • Smooth and predictable upgrade Visual Upgrade • Manage and control custom code Sandboxed Solutions • Improved governance features Managed Service Accounts Flexible Deployment • Manage and Control Server Large List Management Resources • Improved Business Continuity High Availability Management • Scalable Services Architecture Service Applications Scalable Infrastructure • Improved Administration Experience Streamlined Central Admin • Deeper Operational Insight Management and Health Monitoring • Robust Scripting Environment PowerShell Support IT Pro Productivity Feature examples:
  3. 3. OS requirements for SharePoint 2010 Windows Server 2008 SP2 or later Windows Server 2008 R2 Must be 64 bit SQL requirements SQL Server 2005 SP3 or later SQL Server 2008 SP1 CU2 or later SQL Server 2008 R2 Must be 64 bit
  4. 4. Pre-Upgrade Checker SharePoint 2010 Pre-Upgrade Checker Ships with SharePoint Server 2007 SP2 14+ rules to find potential upgrade issues Informational: e.g. Servers in farm, Data size Error: e.g. Orphaned sites, DB schema modifications Extensible rule set for 3rd parties and MSFT Does NOT make changes to the live database Provides links to KB’s to fix various issues Useful also as a 2007 Farm health check tool
  5. 5. Installation Simplified System Preparation tool Wizard based initial configuration Scriptable Using PowerShell Block and Track Group Policy to block Windows 7 AD Service Connection Point to track
  6. 6. HKLMSoftwarePoliciesMicrosoftShared ToolsWeb Server Extensions14.0SharePoint
  7. 7. Choose Index Location during Install Index location can be changed later, but more difficult
  8. 8. Use Easy to remember port for Central Administration (i.e. 8888) Use Common Database Naming Convention
  9. 9. Upgrade Options In-Place Upgrade Upgrades existing databases and servers Simplest approach but incurs farm downtime Suitable for small or single server deployments Database Attach and Upgrade SharePoint Server 2007 farm remains available Only moves content, no configuration settings Suitable for large deployments and new H/W
  10. 10. Upgrade Improvements In-Place upgrade experience improved In-Place Upgrade will be re-startable Improved Content DB attach performance Upgrade multiple DB’s in parallel Clearer logging & reporting Including progress reporting Upgrade automatic fix-up capability New pre upgrade checking tools
  11. 11. Visual Upgrade No post upgrade change to site look & feel Default upgrade behavior Prevents “mixed version” sites Site or farm admin can choose when to switch Flip between existing and new UI New UI is “pinned” if/when it’s customized Not intended to be a long term solution
  12. 12. • Quick and simple installation and Configuration Wizards configuration • Smooth and predictable upgrade Visual Upgrade • Manage and control custom code Sandboxed Solutions • Improved governance features Managed Service Accounts Flexible Deployment • Manage and Control Server Large List Management Resources • Improved Business Continuity High Availability Management • Scalable Services Architecture Service Applications Scalable Infrastructure • Improved Administration Experience Streamlined Central Admin • Deeper Operational Insight Management and Health Monitoring • Robust Scripting Environment PowerShell Support IT Pro Productivity Feature examples:
  13. 13. Management Improvements Web Based Administration Ribbon, cleaner and easier to navigate Delegated access to specific features SharePoint Health Analyzer Built in Maintenance Engine Built in and custom Rules, Actions and Alerts Service Password Management SharePoint Manages it’s own passwords Detects domain password policy
  14. 14. Command Line Management PowerShell Support 652 PowerShell cmdlets Superset of Administration UI Extensible Platform In-line Discoverability Optimized for Batch Operations Remoteable STSADM Still available
  15. 15. • Quick and simple installation and Configuration Wizards configuration • Smooth and predictable upgrade Visual Upgrade • Manage and control custom code Sandboxed Solutions • Improved governance features Managed Service Accounts Flexible Deployment • Manage and Control Server Large List Management Resources • Improved Business Continuity High Availability Management • Scalable Services Architecture Service Applications Scalable Infrastructure • Improved Administration Experience Streamlined Central Admin • Deeper Operational Insight Management and Health Monitoring • Robust Scripting Environment PowerShell Support IT Pro Productivity Feature examples:
  16. 16. List Resource Governors By default if >5000 items will be returned for a specific view the request is “handled” Error message will provide actionable guidance Different scenarios, different approach Managed such as records management Metadata navigation Unmanaged such as a list on a site List views
  17. 17. SharePoint Service Applications SharePoint Foundation Project Server 2010
  18. 18. Scalable Unified Infrastructure Central Admin Site collection, Site or List Backup and Restore Unattached Database Content Recovery No recovery farm needed Move Site Collections between Content DB’s and Farms (Can do some of this SP2 today) Configuration settings only back up Support for Read Only DB’s (In SP2) UI trimmed appropriately
  19. 19. Problem: Running the SharePoint 2010 Products Configuration Wizard An exception of type Microsoft.Office.Server.UserProfiles.UserProfileException was thrown. Additional exception information: Unrecognized attribute 'allowInsecureTransport'. Note that attribute names are case-sensitive. (C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft SharedWeb Server Extensions14WebClientsProfileclient.config line 56). Resolution: Download and install KB976462 for Windows Server 2008 R2 or KB97183 for Windows Server 2008 and run the SharePoint 2010 Products Configuration Wizard.
  20. 20. $cred = Get-Credential New-SPManagedAccount –Credential $cred
  21. 21. Problem: Log Name: System Source: Microsoft-Windows-DistributedCOM Date: 07/11/2010 11:52:52 Event ID: 10016 Task Category: None Level: Error Keywords: Classic User: DOMAINSP_Farm Computer: Computer.Domain.Local Description: The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID {61738644-F196-11D0-9953-00C04FD919C1}…………. Solution • Demo

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