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Psconfigexe is the command-line version of the SharePoint 2010 Products Configuration Wizard tool, which can be found in the %COMMONPROGRAMFILES%\ Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\BIN folder With psconfigexe, you are able to run command lines in a script and provision a SharePoint 2010 farm, similar to what we have done with Windows PowerShell in this chapter However, PowerShell has clear advantages when you have several different farm configurations and need to reprovision those different versions regularly This is quite common for organizations that have a SharePoint framework consisting of different staging environments like a development farm, a test farm, a user acceptance testing (UAT) farm, and one or many production farms Using psconfigexe and Windows command batch files, you would need to create separate scripts with hard-coded values With Windows PowerShell, you can create one script and multiple configuration files most likely in XML, as it is extremely easy to work with in Windows PowerShell If you have psconfigexe scripts for provisioning a SharePoint 2007 farm, it s quite possible they will work with SharePoint 2010, with no or minimal changes However, we recommend that you look into changing your old scripts so that they use Windows PowerShell, since almost all scripts you will create from now on will be Windows PowerShell scripts This will help you create a unified script library based on the same language
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In this chapter, we demonstrated how to use Windows PowerShell to script a SharePoint 2010 installation Key reasons for doing scripted installations are that you have the opportunity to specify the name of your configuration database and all installations will always look the same Windows PowerShell also offers cmdlets to add new servers or to remove servers from the farm As an alternative to scripted installation, SharePoint 2010 offers a configuration wizard that can take you through the steps to provision a new farm using a graphical user interface Scripted installations can also be done using psconfigexe, which is the commandline version of the SharePoint 2010 Products Configuration Wizard
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fter setting up a SharePoint 2010 farm, it is time to look into how to create and manage Web applications using Windows PowerShell In this chapter, we will demonstrate how to create and extend a Web application and show examples of how to manage solution packages In the first scenario, we will create a Web application that will host a collaboration area for teams, projects, and meeting workspaces Since collaboration areas are often used together with partners and vendors that do not have access to the corporate network, we will set up a new Web application and extend it to the Extranet zone Extending a Web application to the Extranet zone allows external users to authenticate against a separate directory service using Forms-based authentication instead of the company s Active Directory The second scenario demonstrates how you can work with solution packages in SharePoint 2010 In some environments, solution packages need to be updated on a regular basis You can automate these steps using Windows PowerShell
Extending a Web Application
In 4, we looked at how to manage Web applications using the SharePoint 2010 cmdlets Now it is time to put the cmdlets to action Let s start with creating a Web application that will be used as the base for our Extranet solution Before creating a Web application, we should create a managed account (a new feature in SharePoint 2010 described in 2) to use for the application pool in which the new Web application will run
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To create a new managed account, you use the New-SPManagedAccount cmdlet If a managed account already exists, you can retrieve the account using the Get-SPManagedAccount cmdlet This example demonstrates how to create a new managed account using the NewSPManagedAccount cmdlet with a PSCredential object containing the username and password as input Note that the account used must be an existing account in Active Directory
PS PS PS >> > $userName = "powershell\managedaccount" > $password = "C0mplexP@ssw0rd!" > $securePassword = ConvertTo-SecureString -String $password -AsPlainText -Force
PS > $psCredentials = >> New-Object SystemManagementAutomationPSCredential ` >> -ArgumentList $userName, $securePassword
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