lundi 18 juin 2012 00:27
I would be installing sharepoint standard server 2010 on production and i would need some guidelines and tips especially on accounts to be used from AD.
I have the following accounts all AD accounts:
One Farm acct
One Setup Acct
One AppPool Acct
One Search Acct.
Do i need more...?
The questions are:
- When installing do i have to use the setup account to install?
- With the Database i would be using the Farm account is that right?
- Now with the application pool account can i use the same one for all
the services when i decide to start the ones i needed.I'm not using
profile services to start with.
- Also noticed when you setup the the service applications the database
names are all in GUID is there a way to avoid this?
- I would also want to make sure the instance is on another http port
other than 80.(Don't want the web application and central admin on
Any tips,resources and advice would be appreciated.
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lundi 18 juin 2012 01:07
You are doing a good job planning for all these for your production. Please refer the Best Practices article on TechNet for all your queries:
About GUID's in Database Names, you will get more details here:
lundi 18 juin 2012 07:32
What about this question:
I would also want to make sure the instance is on another http port
other than 80
lundi 18 juin 2012 08:53
Regarding Ports, these are the recommendations:
Ensure that you allow access to the port number that you configure during setup. You do this by configuring the inbound rule for SharePoint Central Administration v4 in Windows Firewall with Advanced Security.
lundi 18 juin 2012 08:56
also, you can use any port you like,but in Prod, use DNS rather than relying on the port based urls.
Ashish Ranjan (Please click "Marked As Answer" if a post solves your problem or "Vote As Helpful" if a post has been useful to you)
mardi 19 juin 2012 01:41
When you say DNS acan you elaborate.
Also if have a site url address : http://intranet.domainname.com:9999
How can i also use this url address : http://intranet.domainname.com without the port number
Do i have to use Alternate Access Mapping for this or just change the host header?
I would also want SharePoint to know about this an resolve correctly.
- Modifié Patrick.I mardi 19 juin 2012 01:44
mardi 19 juin 2012 02:13
Look, someone already heard you... check this (it has a nice image!):
Also, here is another reference link for guidance:
- Marqué comme réponse Pengyu Zhao jeudi 28 juin 2012 03:03