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TIP Since none of the cmdlets used in this scenario produce any output, you can use the Verbose switch parameter on the cmdlets to get a detailed output of what each actually does An example is Install-SPApplicationContent -Verbose
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The preceding examples show the basic steps used to provision a new SharePoint 2010 farm We can automate the procedure of creating new SharePoint 2010 farm by placing the following code in a script named New-SPInstallationps1
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<# SYNOPSIS Automates a SharePoint 2010 installation DESCRIPTION The script automates a SharePoint 2010 installation Requires that the binaries are installed on the server PARAMETER databaseName Name of the configuration database PARAMETER databaseServer Name of the database server PARAMETER centralAdminDatabase Name of the Central Administration content database PARAMETER port Port to use PARAMETER windowsAuthProvider NTLM or Kerberos, default set to NTLM PARAMETER userName Farm Administrator account in the format domain\username PARAMETER password Password for the Farm Administrator account PARAMETER passPhrase Farm password, used to add new machines to the farm #>
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param( [string]$databaseName, [string]$databaseServer, [string]$centralAdminDatabase, [string]$port, [string]$windowsAuthProvider = "NTLM", [string]$userName, [string]$password, [string]$passPhrase ) # Converting password strings to secure strings $securePassword = ConvertTo-SecureString -String $password -AsPlainText -Force $securePassPhrase = ConvertTo-SecureString -String $passPhrase -AsPlainText -Force # Creating a PSCredential object $psCredentials =
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New-Object -TypeName SystemManagementAutomationPSCredential ` -ArgumentList $userName, $securePassword # New Configuration Database New-SPConfigurationDatabase -DatabaseName $databaseName `
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-DatabaseServer $databaseServer ` -AdministrationContentDatabaseName $centralAdminDatabase ` -Passphrase $securePassPhrase -FarmCredentials $psCredentials # Install help files Install-SPHelpCollection -All # Install services Install-SPService # Install Features Install-SPFeature -AllExistingFeatures # Create a new Central Administration New-SPCentralAdministration -Port $port -WindowsAuthProvider $windowsAuthProvider # Copy shared application data Install-SPApplicationContent
We can run the script by typing the following:
PS > \New-SPInstallationps1 -databaseName "NimaIntranet_ConfigDB" ` >> -databaseServer "SQLServer01" `
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>> -centralAdminDatabase "NimaIntranet_Admin_ContentDB" -port 5057 ` >> -userName "powershell\administrator" ` >> -password "SecretP@ssw0rd" -passPhrase "J0inD0main"
The New-SPInstallationps1 script creates a new configuration database and installs the help collections, the services required, and all existing features It also sets up Central Administration and adds shared application content TIP A number of solutions for scripted installations using Windows PowerShell are available on the Internet One is the Microsoft-provided SPModule, which can be found on TechNet (http:// technetmicrosoftcom/en-us/library/cc262839aspx#section1) You can also find solutions on Codeplex; for example, AutoSPInstaller is available from that site (http://autospinstallercodeplexcom/)
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What if you want to scale out and add more servers to your farm This can be accomplished using the Connect-SPConfigurationDatabase cmdlet When using the cmdlet, you need to specify the configuration database name, database server, and the passphrase you used when you created the farm (as in the previous example)
PS >> PS >> > $securePassPhrase = (ConvertTo-SecureString -String "pass@word1" -AsPlaintext -Force) > Connect-SPConfigurationDatabase -DatabaseName "NimaIntranet_ConfigDB" ` -DatabaseServer "SQLServer01" -PassPhrase $securePassPhrase
If you are unsure of the name of your configuration database, you can use the
Get-SPFarm cmdlet to retrieve it (on a server that is already part of the farm):
PS > Get-SPFarm
The counterpart to the Connect-SPConfigurationDatabse cmdlet is the Disconnect-SPConfigurationDatabase cmdlet The DisconnectSPConfigurationDatabase cmdlet differs from the ConnectSPConfigurationDatabase cmdlet in that you do not need to specify the configuration database name, farm administration account name, or passphrase You simply need to make sure that the account you execute the command as has sufficient permissions The cmdlet detects to which configuration database the server is connected
PS > Disconnect-SPConfigurationDatabase -confirm:$false
The confirm parameter is a switch parameter If it s omitted, you will need to confirm that you want to take the action before it will be performed by the cmdlet
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Additional Functionality in SharePoint 2010
After the binaries are installed for SharePoint 2010, you will notice that the Start menu on your server includes an application group named Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Products Here, you will find the SharePoint 2010 Products Configuration Wizard, which guides you through essentially the same steps we have gone through using Windows PowerShell, but using a graphical interface rather than cmdlets If you have worked with SharePoint products before, you find this interface familiar (One difference is the new Passphrase dialog box, which appears if you have not selected the Standalone option during the installation of the binaries) The SharePoint 2010 Products Configuration Wizard could be run as an alternative to a scripted installation or when patching the environment with a cumulative update or service pack With the wizard, you are also able to connect and disconnect servers from your farm, as shown in Figure 9-1
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