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Looks Like you installed the SharePoint 2013 Standard versions, All the services apps you trying to create are part of Enterprise License. Check this link for standard vs Enterprise Comparison Now you should update your farm with Enterprise license key, You can change it from central admin > Upgrade and Migration > Convert License Type> enter the ...


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I just ran into this same problem. I know this is an old question but for people like me that are searching for this I want to post my solution to the problem. I tried a lot of different things to try en resolve this. I noticed that in my IIS, when I highlighted my SharePoint - 80 site and both SharePoint Central Administrator and SharePoint Web Services ...


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Their is no change in Hardware requirement between windows server 2008 R2 to Windows Server 2012 R2. You will be fine. Only thing, Windows Server 2012 R2 is only supported on a SharePoint Server 2013 Service Pack 1 environment.


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I was seeing the same behavior (I hardly ever install Foundation), found this link (http://sharepoint-tutorial.net/post/2012/07/18/install-sharepoint-2013-domain-controller.aspx) which indicates the tab is missing because installing SPF on a DC isn't supported: "Are you missing the server type selection screen? Then you're probably trying to install ...


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There IS a way to get rid of those GUID names for the application pools, and it works, too, although this is a hacky way of doing it; I don't know if anyone else does this, and you certainly do it at your own risk. Most of the time, these GUID names are created by Sharepoint's managed services. If you look in IIS, you will see under "Sites" a site called ...



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