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SharePoint 2013 is not supported on Windows Server 2012 R2. This will possibly change with the release of SP1 for SharePoint 2013 this spring. More: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2891274
Clear your temp files, and then re-download the 64-bit version of the filter pack from here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=5CD4DCD7-D3E6-4970-875E-ABA93459FBEE Save it locally to your server, shift right-click the FilterPack64bit.exe and copy as path. Click Start --> Run, type CMD, right-click the command prompt and run as ...
Yes, VS Community 2013 supports creating SharePoint solutions and apps. I am working through some provider hosted app examples in it right now. The templates should be under C#(or VB) -> Office/SharePoint -- if you don't see them you may not have the Office Developer tools installed -- you can find them here: http://aka.ms/OfficeDevToolsForVS2013
Firefox will work in most scenarios. However, at some points, SharePoint is still using ActiveX components, so Firefox won't work there. For instance: the Datasheet View option for a list in the ribbon will be disabled. Also, Explorer View for a document library will be disabled. In short: most limitations come from the use of ActiveX components, the ...
It turns out that the Prerequisites installer was downloading a 0KB Geneva installation package, because the official Microsoft download URL is down (giving 404 errors). I found a working link to the installer: http://download.microsoft.com/download/8/6/6/866E86E1-2264-4C80-836A-92F3F3A3B1AB/release/MicrosoftGenevaFramework.x64.msi. So the steps were: ...
It's not the prerequisites installation which selects sql, but the SharePoint installation. To run on a real Sql Server select Server Farm and then Complete, NOT Standalone or Stand-alone: When you then run the Configuration Wizard you are prompted to select the SQL server: Images taken from How to Install SharePoint 2010 on Small Farm – Part 1: Full ...
Make sure you have your DOMAIN ACCOUNTS ready - without this only STANDALONE will be available, meaning that many services (e.g. UPSA) will not be working as they are not provisioned!!! - DO NOT use your LOCAL Administrator to configure the farm as this will be used as the Farm Account later, rather log in with any domain account that will be using further. ...
I've used FireFox and Chrome to do most everything in SharePoint 2010. I have not run into any major issues. According to this article SP2010 has two support levels "Supported" "Supported with Limitations" http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263526.aspx
If your Server has a static IP address and its a domain controller (Installed active directory and DNS services) without any error then you should be able to make it a Web Server, don't think if application server is necessity. Anyway it seems like someone else had same problem, but if you go through comments someone solved problem by resetting environmental ...
From the BizTalk Server software requirements: The Windows SharePoint Services adapter Web service requires SharePoint Server 2010, SharePoint Foundation 2010, Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 with Service Pack 1, or Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. So, if you want to use the SharePoint adapter for BizTalk, then yes - your BizTalk server will ...
go to windows\system32 directory. then just make duplication for the servermanager.exe and then rename to servermanagercmd.exe i hope it will work then! It works.. for me - Amardeep
Try to move the files to a "non-user-specific" place, like directly under c:\installation or so. It could be a problem of Access Denied
I would go with single server farm(1 sharepoint server n 1 db server). 24 GB is enough ram, you can run more than 2 vm... I have laptop with 32gb ram n i7....I have 6 vms, no issue so far. I used for my testing but I m not developer rather I m infrastructure guy. Create 2 VM, configure sharepoint install dev tools and enjoy.
On error line 10-12 the AutoSPInstaller is trying to locate the PrerequisiteIntaller.arguments.txt which is missing. Rename you arguments.txt to PrerequisiteIntaller.arguments.txt and run AutoSPInstaller again. It is common to get errors running the installation, but just read the error messages and solve problems as you move along. I usually run ...
Probably you have an older version of .Net 4.5. Try to install the newest one. http://blogbaris.blogspot.ch/2013/08/sharepoint-2013-installation-endless.html
it's an old post but just to precise a point. SQL Server Express Edition or Standard/Entreprise edition is needed in the Install. Following the above links in the article. Per Jakobsen said that only SQL Server Native client is mandatory it's not true. SQL Server Native Client is mandatory in the preparation tool (to communicate with SQL Server Express or ...
I my case the problem was with Trend Micro Realtime Scanner preventing installation. Stopping the service allowed the install to complete.
Yes, SharePoint 2010 supports Firefox and Safari. For more information see Technet: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263526.aspx
To fix just download thew new SPF2010 binary version 14.0.4730.1010
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