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With Share Point 2013, I have had a lot of installation issues. This post does not enforce the Least Privlages security practice, but it can easily be adapted to for other environments.
This post was for standing up a development environment.
Before installing SQL Server 2012, I had to go to my Windows Server 2008 R2 Roles/Features and add the . Install Visual Studio 2012 and the update listed in the beginning of this post. You will need to reboot and continue, then reboot again (I see a pattern here…) For configuing Share Point, MAKE SURE YOU ARE LOGGED IN AS A DOMAIN USER ACCOUNT – SPSetup for example! Additional exception information: An error occurred while getting information about the user Configuration failed. This is because you are running the Windows session and Products and Configuration Wizard as a local user that does not have access to the AD OU to verify the SPFarm domain account.
I tried using local admin and my service account created the SQL database, but got an error on the products and configuration wizard: 03/26/2013 6 ERR Failed to create the configuration database. Log out, Log in as SPSetup (or any domain user if you don’t have one) and re-launch the Share Point Products and Configuration Wizard.
The patch process is as follows: Install, reboot, install security update, reboot one last time. I installed the following features for SQL: You don’t need Full Text, but we are using it in our development environment for custom SQL applications outside of Share Point. Basically Share Point is trying to get information about this service account and access is denied.
Therefore this article presents an end to end, “rational guide” to setting this up. You should really read the Architecture Overview below to become acquainted with the moving parts involved, but if you are impatient, you can skip to the procedure itself.
There are a couple of contentious setup requirements in here. If you are having problems, firstly ensure you are following the steps below exactly.
It will be named with a GUID and is hosted by an Application Pool (which is also named with a GUID! It hosts a couple of WCF services (profileproperty and profiledbcache). The Service Application Endpoint has three associated back end databases and other configuration.
Pages for managing the Service Application are hosted in Central Administration and are called using a GUID in the query string.
I have a follow up article which also details the most common problems with configuring profile synchronization, which may help.