Friday, June 15, 2012 8:06 AM
I have installed SP2010 on WS2008 with SQLServer2008 and it runs like a Virtual Machine inside other server.
Now, i need to active infopath form services and i find that the solution is to run configuration wizards from CA and active state service but occurs that configuration wizards load a empty/blank page.
I've seen some threads about this but i couldn`t solve the problem.
- Edited by axi23 Monday, June 18, 2012 7:34 AM I edit, title because my problem is solved without configuration wizards
Friday, June 15, 2012 8:52 AM
Check the following:
- Open IIS Web Server and check if Central Administration would be unavailable.
- Open Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio in the database server and then check the Central Administration content database: SharePoint_AdminContent_<GUID>, and check Congiruation database: SharePoint_Config.
- Open Services (services.msc) and then check SharePoint 2010 Administration service and SharePoint 2010 Timer service. Make sure the accounts used for two services are valid.
Reset IIS by the command: iisreset /noforce.
Let's do and see how it goes. I look forward to receiving any result from you after doing things mentioned above.
Friday, June 15, 2012 10:01 AM
Hi Thuan Soldier,
I check Step 1 and 2 and is seems nice.
In Step 3 I see
SharePoint 2010 Administration Init: manual and login with Local System
SharePoint 2010 Timer: Init: Auto and login with Domain administrator.
Could be my problem here?Thanks you for reply
Friday, June 15, 2012 11:10 AM
R-click on SharePoint 2010 Administration service and select Properties. In the property windoes, select Automatic at Startup type. Click the Log On tab and then select This account, type the account that is used as Application Pool account served for Central Administration web application. Finally, restart SharePoint 2010 Administration service and then see how it goes.
I've heard it's said that when getting error like yours, we should re-run SharePoint 2010 Products Configuration Wizard. This's very dangerous, personally. So be careful when running the wizard.
By the way, is there any security devices like firewall, proxy in your corporate infrastructure?
Monday, June 18, 2012 7:37 AM
I run again Sharepoint 2010 Products Configuration Wizard and now i have a lot of aplication services when before i had a few aplication services. One of the new Service additions is Info path form services so my problem about infopath is solved. Anyway, Configuration wizards doesn't run still so im going to edit title and mark your answer Thuan Soldier.
Thanks for your replies