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of the components in their entirety The advanced view, shown in Figure 6-13, allows you to specify which portions of each component to install As with many Microsoft software installation routines, SQL Server 2005 enables the user to install specific application components granularly This can be seen in the advanced view of the SQL Server installation shown in Figure 6-13
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Installation of Project Server 2007 and Prerequisite Software
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The basic view of SQL Server 2005 installation
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FIGURE 6-13 The advanced view of SQL Server 2005 installation
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If you install SRS, you may want to install the Business Intelligence Development Studio to provide additional reporting components such as Reporting Services Report Designer, Reporting Services Model Designer, and related software development kits (SDKs) Although SQL Books Online is not required for the installation, it may help in a pinch as a reference for your SQL database administrator (DBA) If you want to create a named instance in SQL, you can do so at the next screen, as shown in Figure 6-14 Named instances have been around since SQL 2000, and are a great way to compartmentalize the program files, data files, services, and overall administration of database groups So if you want the instance of SQL Server that Project Server 2007 uses to be cordoned off to a unique administrators group, talk to your DBA about setting up a named instance of SQL
SQL Service Account
When you are installing SQL Server, the SQL Service Account Settings screen (Figure 6-15) asks you to specify the type of account under which the various SQL services are to run Depending on your organization s standards, you can have all of the services run as a single account, or you may have a need to specify unique accounts for each individual service Although changing the SQL Server service account setting from Local System to a valid Domain User will have no effect on the functionality of Microsoft Project Server 2007, for
FIGURE 6-14 Choosing the instance name
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FIGURE 6-15
SQL service account settings
a number of reasons (including clustering) organizations may want to have SQL Server components run as a domain account Your environment may require this as well Figure 6-15 shows where you can specify the accounts under which the SQL services will run
Authentication Mode
In previous versions of Project Server, you were required to leave SQL Server in mixed authentication mode This was due to the SQL accounts that Project Professional and Project Server used for addressing SQL Now it is recommended to leave SQL Server in Windows authentication mode, as shown in Figure 6-16
Collation
Whether you plan to create your databases manually or allow Project Server Installation to do it for you, it is important to leave the default collation settings, as shown in Figure 6-17
Report Server Configuration
If you have chosen to install Report Server, you have the option of having the installation program create the IIS Web sites and SQL databases used for Report Server and Report Manager automatically, or to install, but not configure the server, as shown in Figure 6-18
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FIGURE 6-16 Choosing the SQL authentication mode
FIGURE 6-17 The SQL Collation Settings page
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FIGURE 6-18 The Report Server Installation Options page
NOTE If you have the setup program configure the server at this point, it uses the default Web site
as the location for the Report Server and Report Manager applications This choice is significant and will affect your decisions later on when you choose a home for your new Project Web Access site If you do not plan on utilizing SQL Reporting Services as part of your immediate plans, you should choose to install SRS but not configure the program If you plan to install SRS on a machine other than the one on which your SQL database engine resides, there are additional licensing requirements to consider Finally, you are asked two questions: whether you want to send error reports to Microsoft for analysis, and whether you want to send feature usage to Microsoft to help it make its products more in tune with the ways that people use SQL Server 2005 When you click Next, the installation begins When SQL 2005 is done installing, follow the link directly to the SQL Server 2005 Surface Area Configuration tool, as shown in Figure 6-19
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