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CHAPTER 2 CONFIGURING MCMS 2002 COMPONENTS
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Figure 2-2. MCMS server functions
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static content. Depending upon the load or requirements of the site, you can merge functions in the same server or add additional server resources where the load is heaviest. For more information about multiple developers, refer to Setting Up a Multideveloper Environment in MCMS 2002 Help.
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To install MCMS 2002 on multiple computers in a production or testing environment, you must preconfigure individual computers as described in 1. Logging should be enabled on all computers targeted for MCMS component installation.
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Similar to a single-system configuration, tasks must be completed in the order in which they are listed here: 1. Create the MCMS database and grant rights. 2. Create the MCMS Web site. 3. Install Content Server. 4. Configure the MCMS database in a multiple-computer setup. 5. Install Site Manager.
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After you have installed the prerequisite platform software as described in 1, you need to create the Content Repository database. (Recall, MCMS uses the Content Repository to store content. MCMS creates the appropriate database schema and populates it with the required data during the installation process.) This preconfiguration procedure is identical whether performed in a single- or multiple-computer environment (refer to 1). After the MCMS 2002 Content Repository (a SQL Server database) is created, rights must be granted to it. The MCMS Content Server uses the MCMS system account credentials to read and write data to the database.
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Task 2-4. Granting Rights to the Database for the MCMS System Account
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1. On the MCMS Server computer, launch the Enterprise Manager from the Microsoft SQL Server group. 2. Expand the Microsoft SQL Servers node, and then navigate to the server containing the MCMS database. 3. Expand the Security node, and click Logins. 4. Browse to locate the system account user you created previously in the Name section of the New Login dialog box. 5. Select the domain where you created the system account user from the List Names From pane. Add the system account user (from the Names pane), confirm your selection, and then close the New Login dialog box. 6. Select the system account user who will have access to the database in the Logins pane. Open the SQL Server Login Properties dialog box. Check the box beside the MCMS database that you created on the Permit pane of the Database Access tab. A list of roles is displayed in the Permit in Database Role pane.
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7. Select db_datareader, db_datawriter, and db_ddladmin from the Permit in Database Role pane and confirm your selections. (db_ddladmin permission is needed only if site deployment uses the import function.) 8. Exit the Console (SQL Server Enterprise Manager).
You have now granted rights for the MCMS system account to the Content Repository. Next, you ll create the Web site for MCMS.
Creating a Web Site for MCMS
As with a single-computer configuration, you need two Web sites for MCMS: one site for MCMS and a second site to serve as the entry point for the MCMS SCA. When you install IIS with the Common Files, Internet Information Services Snap-In, and World Wide Web Server components, a default Web site is created. If you delete the default Web site or if you choose to have MCMS run on another Web site, then you must create a site before installing MCMS. Microsoft recommends you create a separate Web site as the SCA entry point.
Note Refer to Windows 2000 Professional and Windows XP Professional Help for
more information about creating Web sites using IIS.
Task 2-5. Creating a New Web Site
1. Launch the Computer Management applet in the Administrative Tools group. 2. Expand Services and Applications. 3 Navigate to the Internet Information Services; right-click and select the Web Site Creation Wizard to create a new Web site. 3. On the Web Site Description page, type a description; for example, Microsoft uses SCA Entry Point in the tutorials. 4. On the IP Address and Port Settings page, type a port number. Microsoft uses 8080 in the tutorials. (Do not select a port already used by the IIS Default Web site or the IIS Administrator Web site.) Refer to the Windows Help for more information on ports. 5. Browse and select the path where you want the home directory to reside (Web Site Home Directory page); if this site is the entry point for the SCA, deselect the Allow Anonymous Access to the Web Site check box. 6. Accept the defaults or select the additional permissions on the Web Site Access Permissions page. Finish the wizard.
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