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described later in this chapter, this is not possible This is one of the main reasons for using a scripted installation: You are able to control the database name and align it with corporate naming standards We also specify the name of the SQL Server instance that we will use and the name for the Central Administration content database
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PS > $dbServer = "SQLServer01" PS > $centralAdmindbName = "NimaIntranet_Admin_ContentDB"
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The New-SPConfigurationDatabase cmdlet also requires the Passphrase parameter A passphrase is a new addition in SharePoint 2010 It is a farm password used for generating the farm encryption key (master key), which is used for securing managed accounts and credentials stored in the Secure Store Service In addition, the passphrase is used when adding new servers to the farm The Passphrase parameter requires an object of the type SystemSecurity SecureString as input By using the ConvertTo-SecureString cmdlet, we can create a secure string in Window PowerShell, as in this example:
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PS > $securePassPhrase = >> (ConvertTo-SecureString -String "pass@word1" -AsPlaintext -Force)
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The SecureString cmdlets in Windows PowerShell use the Windows Data Protection API when working with secure strings This API is the standard way a Windows program protects sensitive data The encryption key is based on logon credentials We also add the credentials used for the farm administrator account using the FarmCredentials parameter The parameter requires a SystemManagement AutomationPSCredential object as input Windows PowerShell includes the Get-Credential cmdlet, which prompts the user for password (or a username and password) and returns a PSCredential object to the session However, since we are going for an automated installation, we will create a PSCredential object using the New-Object cmdlet Before we can create a PSCredential object, we need to create a secure string containing the user password, since the PSCredential object constructor accepts only secure strings as input for the password argument
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PS PS PS >> > $userName = "powershell\administrator" > $password = "P@ssword1" > $securePassword = ConvertTo-SecureString -string $password -AsPlainText -Force
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PS > $psCredentials = >> New-Object -TypeName SystemManagementAutomationPSCredential ` >> -ArgumentList $userName, $securePassword
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Now that we have collected all the necessary input information and stored it conveniently in variables, we can go ahead and run the NewSPConfigurationDatabase cmdlet:
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PS >> >> >> > New-SPConfigurationDatabase -DatabaseName $databaseName ` -DatabaseServer $databaseServer ` -AdministrationContentDatabaseName $centralAdminDatabase ` -Passphrase $securePassPhrase -FarmCredentials $psCredentials
The next step in the process of installing a SharePoint 2010 farm is to install the Help files If a custom Help file or only a specific file should be used, you can use the LiteralPath parameter In most cases, you will use the All parameter to install all available Help collections, like this:
PS > Install-SPHelpCollection -All
We also want to enforce security for all resources, including files, folders, and registry keys This is done by using the Initialize-SPResourceSecurity cmdlet:
PS > Initialize-SPResourceSecurity
Now we need to install the necessary services and features in our farm The services are installed using the Install-SPService cmdlet The cmdlet installs all services, service instances, and service proxies specified in the registry on the server InstallSPService also supports the Provision parameter used for stand-alone servers only The features are installed using the Install-SPFeature cmdlet The cmdlet supports the AllExistingFeatures switch parameter, which installs all the existing features on the server The following example demonstrates how to use these two cmdlets
PS > Install-SPService PS > Install-SPFeature -AllExistingFeatures
We can manage the SharePoint 2010 environment through the Central Administration site, but before we can access it, we must provision a new site using the New-SPCentralAdministration cmdlet The cmdlet creates a new web application with the Central Administration site collection at the root, using the port and authentication provider specified with the parameters Port and WindowsAuthProvider, as shown in the following example
PS > New-SPCentralAdministration -Port 8000 -WindowsAuthProvider "NTLM"
The last step in the installation is to copy the shared application data to the web application folders We can achieve this using the Install-SPApplicationContent cmdlet
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