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Installing SharePoint Server 2013 on Windows 2008 R2

Blog Post created by SungHoon_Kim Employee on Oct 9, 2015

This is actually to setup SharePoint Agent (CA Single Sign-On) and I need to setup SharePoint Server first.

 

My Windows Domain is "SECURE.LAB" and this SharePoint Server will be installed on a server named "SHAREPOINT".

Insert the installation media or mount the ISO.

 

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Firstly, select "Install software prerequisites".

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Accept the license and click "Next".

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You must have internet to download all the pre-requisite packages.

Otherwise, you need to manually install these manually.

 

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Before installing all the prerequisite packages, you will be asked to restart after installing the Windows Management Framework 3.0.

Click "Finish" to reboot.

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After reboot, when you logon to the machine, it continues with the prerequisites installation.

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Packages are installed. Click on "Finish" button. It will again reboot the machine.

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After reboot and you logon, it continues the installation and should complete as below.

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Once all the prerequisites are installed, run the installer again.

 

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This time, select "Install SharePoint Server".

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Enter your Product Key and click "Continue"

Accept the agreement and click "Continue".

Select the Server Type. "Complete" is chosen by default but I am switching to "Stand-alone" type. Click "Install Now".

At this point, sharepoint server 2013 installation is complete.

If you are like me, setting up on VMware, uncheck the "Run the SharePoint Products Configuration Wizard now." button and click "Close".

Shutdown the machine and take a snapshot of this image.

 

Following articles will follow next.

* Configuring SharePoint Server

* Setting up applications

* Installing SharePoint Agent

* Configuring SharePoint Agent

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