I am new to SP 2013; however, I have completed setup of a three-tier server farm (SP2013, Database and OWA Servers). My problem now is specifically related to the SharePoint Store, as I receive the message:
Sorry, apps are turned off. If you know who runs the server, tell them to enable apps.
Here's what I have done so far:
Apps Domain Setup:
- New forward lookup zone = contosoapps.com
- Alias = *
- FQDN = contosoapps.com
- Host FQDN = sharepoint1.contoso.local
- I can successfully ping anything.contosoapps.com and it resolves to the IP for sharepoint1.contoso.local
$acct = GetSPManagedAccount "contoso\spServices"
$apppool = New-SPServiceApplicationPool -Name SubscriptionAppPool - Account $acct
$app = New-SPSubscriptionSettingsServiceApplication - ApplicationPool $apppool -Name SubscriptionSettingSvcApp -DatabaseServer SP-SQL -DatabaseName SubscriptionSetting_Service_DB
$proxy = New-SPSubscriptionSettingsServiceApplicationProxy -ServiceApplication $app
Central Admin: Configure App URLs
App Domain = contosoapps.com
App Prefix = app
Central Admin: Manage App Catalog > Create New Catalog Site
Site URL = http://sharepoint1/sites/AppCatalog
Site Collection Admin = contoso\spadmin
Users/Groups = NT Authority\Authenticated Users
Central Admin: Configure Store Settings
App Purchases = Yes
Apps for Office from the Store = No
When I go to "Add an App", then "SharePoint Store", I get this message: Sorry, apps are turned off. If you know who runs the server, tell them to enable apps.
In Central Admin, when I go to Manage Service Applications,
App Management Service Application is STARTED
App Management Service Application Proxy is STOPPED
All other required services seem to be running, from what I can tell.
Could this have something to do with it? If so, do I need to start this service from PowerShell? I don't see a way to start it from within Central Admin. As I stated earlier, I am new to SP as well as PS!
Thanks in advance for any assistance provided!