Setting Up a Development Environment

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by Ed Musters | January 2012 | Microsoft

This article will take you through all the recipes that you require to build your very own development environment. This will be done in a step-by-step manner, via the suggested best practice of using a Windows Server 2008 R2 server as the base operating system running on a virtual machine.

In this article by Ed Musters, author of Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Development Cookbook, we will cover the following concepts:

  • Selecting your virtual environment
  • Installing and configuring Windows Server 2008 R2
  • Installing and configuring SQL Server 2008 R2
  • Installing Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
  • Installing Microsoft Office 2010 Professional

(For more resources on Microsoft Sharepoint, see here.)

Selecting your virtual environment

Prisoners serving life sentences (in Canada) have what is known as a faint hope clause where you have a glimmer of a chance of getting parole after 15 years. However, those waiting for Microsoft to provide us a version of Virtual PC that can run Virtual Hard Drives (VHDs) hosting 64-bit operating systems (such as Windows Server 2008 R2), have no such hope of ever seeing that piece of software. But miracles do happen, and I hope that the release of a 64-bit capable Virtual PC renders this section of the article obsolete. If this has in fact happened, go with it and proceed to the following section.

 

Getting ready

Head into your computer's BIOS settings and enable the virtualization setting. The exact setting you are looking for varies widely, so please consult with your manufacturer's documentation. This setting seems universally defaulted to off, so I am very sure you will need to perform this action.

 

How to do it...

Since you are still reading, however, it is safe to say that a miracle has not yet happened. Your first task is to select a suitable virtualization technology that can support a 64-bit guest operating system. The recipe here is to consider the choices in this order, with the outcome of your virtual environment being selected:

  1. Microsoft Virtualization: Hyper-V certainly has the ability to create and run Virtual Hard Disks (VHDs) with 64-bit operating systems. It's free—that is, you can install the Hyper-V role , but it requires the base operating system to be Windows Server 2008 R2. It can be brutal to get it running properly on something like a laptop (for example, because of driver issues). It won't be a good idea to get Windows 2008 Server running on a laptop, primarily because of driver issues. I recommend that if your laptop is running Windows 7, look at creating a dual boot, and a boot to VHD where this other boot option / partition is Windows Server 2008 R2. The main disadvantage is coming up with an (preferably licensed) installation of Windows Server 2008 R2 as the main computer operating system (or as a dual boot option). Or perhaps your company runs Hyper-V on their server farm and would be willing to host your development environment for you? Either way, if you have managed to get access to a Hyper-V server, you are good to go!
  2. VMware Workstation: Go to http://www.vmware.com and download my absolute favorite virtualization technology—VMware Workstation—fully featured, powerful, and can run on Windows 7. I have used it for years and love it. You must of course pay for a license, but please believe me, it is a worthwhile investment. You can sign up for a 30 day trial to explore the benefits. Note that you only need one copy of VMware Workstation to create a virtual machine. Once you have created it, you can run it anywhere using the freely available VMware Player.
  3. Oracle Virtual Box: Go to http://www.virtualbox.org/ and download this free software that will run on Windows 7 and create and host 64-bit guest operating systems. The reason that this is at the bottom of the list is that I personally do not have experience using this software. However, I have colleagues who have used it and have had no problems with it. Give this a try and see if it works as equally well as a paid version of VMware.

With your selected virtualization technology in hand, head to the next section to install and configure Windows Server 2008 R2, which is the base operating system required for an installation of SharePoint Server 2010.

Installing and configuring Windows Server 2008 R2

SharePoint 2010 requires the Windows Server 2008 R2 operating system in order to run. In this recipe, we will configure the components of Windows Server 2008 necessary in order to get ready to install SQL Server 2008 and SharePoint 2010.

Getting ready

Download Windows Server 2008 R2 from your MSDN subscription, or type in windows server 2008 R2 trial download into your favorite search engine to download the 180-day trial from the Microsoft site.

This article does not cover actually installing the base operating system. The specific instructions to do so will be dependent upon the virtualization software. Generally, it will be provided as an ISO image (the file extension will be .iso). ISO means a compressed disk image, and all virtualization software that I am aware of will let you mount (attach) an ISO image to the virtual machine as a CD Drive. This means that when you elect to create a new virtual machine, you will normally be prompted for the ISO image, and the installation of the operating system should proceed in a familiar and relatively automated fashion.

So for this recipe, ready means that you have your virtualization software up and running, the Windows Server 2008 R2 base operating system is installed, and you are able to log in as the Administrator (and that you are effectively logging in for the first time).

How to do it...

Log in as the Administrator. You will be prompted to change the password the first time—I suggest choosing a very commonly used Microsoft password—Password1. However, feel free to select a password of your choice, but use it consistently throughout.

The Initial configuration tasks screen will come up automatically. On this screen:

  1. Activate windows using your 180 day trial key or using your MSDN key.
  2. Select Provide computer name and domain. Change the computer name to a simpler one of your choice. In my case, I named the machine OPENHIGHWAY. Leave the Member of option as Workgroup. The computer will require a reboot.
  3. In the Update this server section, choose Download and install updates. Click on the Change settings link and select the option Never check for updates and click OK. Click the Check for updates link. The important updates will be selected. Click on Install Updates. Now is a good time for a coffee break! You will need to reboot the server when the updates complete.
  4. In the Customize this server section, click on Add Features. Select the Desktop Experience, Windows, PowerShell, Integrated, Scripting, and Environment options. Choose Add Required Features when prompted to do so. Reboot the server when prompted to do so.

If the Initial configuration tasks screen appears now, or in the future, you may now select the checkbox for Do not show this window at logon. We will continue configuration from the Server Manager, which should be displayed on your screen. If not, launch the Server Manager using the icon on the taskbar.

We return to Server Manager to continue the configuration:

OPTIONAL: Click on Configure Remote Desktop if you have a preference for accessing your virtual machine using Remote Desktop (RDP) instead of using the virtual machine's console software.

  1. In the Security Information section, click Go to Windows Firewall. Click on the Windows Firewall Properties link. From the dialog, go to each of the tabs, namely, Domain Profi le, Private Profi le, and Public Profi le and set the Firewall State to Off on each tab and click OK.
  2. Click on the Server Manager node, and from the main screen, click on the Configure IE ESC link. Set both options to Off and click OK.
  3. From the Server Manager, expand the Configuration node and then expand Local Users and Groups node, and then click on the Users folder. Right-click on the Administrator account and select Properties. Select the option for Password never expires and click OK.
    • From the Server Manager, click the Roles node . Click the Add Roles link. Now, click on the Introductory screen and select the checkbox for Active Directory Domain Services. Click Next, again click on Next, and then click Install. After completion, click the Close this wizard and launch the Active Directory Domain Services Installation Wizard (dcpromo.exe) link. Now, carry out the following steps:
    • From the new wizard that pops up, from the welcome screen, select the checkbox Use advanced mode installation, click Next, and again click on Next on the Operating System Compatibility screen.
    • Select the option Create a new domain in a new forest and click Next.
    • Choose your domain (FQDN)! This is completely internal to your development server and does not have to be real. For article purposes, I am using theopenhighway.net, as shown in the following screenshot. Then click Next:

      Setting Up a Development Environment

    • From the Set Forest Functional Level drop-down, choose Windows Server 2008 R2 and click Next.
    • Click Next on the Additional Domain Controller Option screen. Select Yes on the Static IP assignment screen. Click Yes on the Dns Delegation Warning screen.
    • Click Next on the Location for Database, Log Files, and SYSVOL screen.
    • On the Directory Services Restore Mode Administrator Password screen, enter the same password that you used for the Administrator account, in my case, Password1. Click Next.
    • Click Next on the Summary screen.
    • Click on the Reboot On Completion screen. Otherwise reboot the server after the installation completes
  4. You will now configure a user account that will run the application pools for the SharePoint web applications in IIS. From the Server Manager, expand the Roles node. Keep expanding the Active Directory Domain Services until you see the Users folder. Click on the Users folder. Now carry out the following:

    • Right-click on the Users folder and select New | User

      Setting Up a Development Environment

    • Enter SP_AppPool in the full name field and also enter SP_AppPool in the user logon field and click Next.
    • Enter the password as Password1 (or the same as you had selected for the Administrator account). Deselect the option for User must change password at next logon and select the option for Password never expires. Click Next and then click Finish.
  5. A loopback check is a security feature to mitigate against reflection attacks, introduced in Windows Server 2003 SP1. You will likely encounter connection issues with your local websites and it is therefore universally recommended that you disable the loopback check on a development server. This is done from the registry editor:
    • Click the Start menu button, choose Run…, enter Regedit, and click OK to bring up the registry editor.
    • Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE | SYSTEM | CurrentControlSet | Control | Lsa
    • Right-click the Lsa node and select New | DWORD (32-bit) Value

      Setting Up a Development Environment

    • In the place of New Value #1 type DisableLoopbackCheck.

    • Right-click DisableLoopbackCheck, select Modify, change the value to 1, and click OK

Congratulations! You have successfully configured Windows Server 2008 R2.

There's more...

The Windows Shutdown Event Tracker is simply annoying on a development machine. To turn this feature off, click the Start button, select Run…, enter gpedit.msc, and click OK. Scroll down, right-click on Display Shutdown Event Tracker, and select Edit. Select the Disabled option and click OK, as shown in the following screenshot:

Setting Up a Development Environment

Installing and configuring SQL Server 2008 R2

SharePoint 2010 requires Microsoft SQL Server as a fundamental component of the overall SharePoint architecture. The content that you plan to manage in SharePoint, including web content and documents, literally is stored within and served from SQL Server databases. The SharePoint 2010 architecture itself relies on information stored in SQL Server databases, such as configuration and the many service applications. In this recipe, we will install and configure the components of SQL Server 2008 necessary to install SharePoint 2010.

Getting ready

I do not recommend SQL Server Express for your development environment, although this is a possible, free, and valid choice for the installation of SharePoint 2010. In my personal experience, I have valued the full power and fl exibility of the full version of SQL Server as well as not having to live with the constraints and limitations of SQL Express. Besides, there is another little reason too! The Enterprise edition of SQL Server is either readily available with your MSDN subscription or downloadable as a trial from the Microsoft site.

Download SQL Server 2008 R2 Enterprise from your MSDN subscription, or type in sql server 2008 enterprise R2 trial download into your favorite search engine to download the 180-day trial from the Microsoft site.

For SQL Server 2008 R2 Enterprise, if you have MSDN software, then you will be provided with an ISO image that you can attach to the virtual machine.

If you download your SQL Server from the Microsoft site as a trial, extract the software (it is a self-extracting EXE) on your local machine, and then share the folder with your virtual machine. Finallly, run the Setup.exe fi le.

How to do it...

Here is your recipe for installing SQL Server 2008 R2 Enterprise. Carry out the following steps to complete this recipe:

  1. You will be presented with the SQL Server Installation Center; on the left side of the screen, select Installation, as shown in the following screenshot:

    Setting Up a Development Environment

  2. For the choices presented on the Installation screen, select New installation or add features to an existing installation.
  3. The Setup Support Rules (shown in the following screenshot) will run to identify any possible problems that might occur when installing SQL Server. All rules should pass. Click OK to continue:

    Setting Up a Development Environment

  4. You will be presented with the SQL Server 2008 R2 Setup screen. On the fi rst screen, you can select an evaluation or use your product key (from, for example, MSDN) and then click Next.
  5. Accept the terms in the license, but do not check the Send feature usage data to Microsoft checkbox, and click Next.
  6. On the Setup Support Files screen, click Install. All tests will pass except for a warning that you can safely ignore (the one noting we are installing on a domain controller), and click Next, as shown in the following screenshot:

    Setting Up a Development Environment

  7. On the Setup Role screen, select SQL Server Feature Installation and click Next.
  8. On the Feature Selection, as shown in the following screenshot, carry out the following tasks:
    1. In Instance Features, select Database Engine Services (and both SQL Server Replication and Full Text Search), Analysis Services, and Reporting Services
    2. In Shared Features, select Business Intelligence Development Studio, Management Tools Basic (and Management Tools Complete), and Microsoft Sync Framework
    3. Finally, click Next.

      Setting Up a Development Environment

  9. On the Installation Rules screen, click Next
  10. On the Instance Configuration screen, click Next.
  11. On the Disk Space Requirements screen, click Next
  12. On the Server Configuration screen:
    1. Set the Startup Type for SQL Server Agent to be Automatic
    2. Click on the button Use the same account for all SQL Server services. Select the account NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM and click OK.
    3. Finally, click Next.
  13. On the Database Configuration Engine screen:
    1. Look for the Account Provisioning tab and click the Add Current User button under Specify SQL Server administrators.
    2. Finally, click Next
  14. On the Analysis Services Configuration screen:
    1. Look for the Account Provisioning tab and click the Add Current User button under Specify which users have administrative permissions for Analysis Services.
    2. Finally, click Next.
  15. On the Reporting Services Configuration screen, select the option to Install but do not configure the report server. Now, click Next.
  16. On the Error Reporting Screen, click Next.
  17. On the Installation Configuration Rules screen, click Next.
  18. On the Ready to Install screen, click Install.
  19. Your patience will be rewarded with the Complete screen! Finally, click Close. The Complete screen is shown in the following screenshot:

    Setting Up a Development Environment

  20. You can close the SQL Server Installation Center.
  21. Configure SQL Server security for the SP_AppPool account:
    1. Click Start | All Programs | SQL Server 2008 R2 | SQL Server Management Studio.
    2. On Connect to server, type a period (.) in the Server Name field and click Connect.
    3. Expand the Security node.
    4. Right-click Logins and select New Login.
    5. Use the Search function and enter SP_AppPool in the box Enter object name to select. Click the check names button and then click OK. In my case, you see the properly formatted THEOPENHIGHWAY\SP_AppPool in the login name text box.
    6. On the Server Roles tab, ensure that the dbcreator and securityadmin roles are selected (in addition to the already selected public role).
    7. Finally, click OK.

Congratulations! You have successfully installed and configured SQL Server 2008 R2 Enterprise.

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(For more resources on Microsoft Sharepoint , see here.)

Installing and configuring SharePoint Server 2010

We are ready to get to the main event of the article! In this recipe, we deal with the installation and configuration of SharePoint 2010 itself.

Getting ready

Download SharePoint Server 2010 from your MSDN subscription, or type in sharepoint server 2010 trial download into your favorite search engine to download the 180-day trial from the Microsoft site.

There are a few pre-requisites that need to be in place before the actual installation of SharePoint 2010. So, let us prepare a few ingredients for our recipe in advance.

From Internet Explorer in the virtual machine:

  1. Use your favorite search engine to fi nd ado.net data services update for .net framework 3.5 sp1. Look for the Download Details link, which should be the fi rst result (on the Microsoft site). This update is required in order to enable the REST–based data services that SharePoint 2010 relies upon.
  2. Use your favorite search engine to fi nd ado.net data services update for .net framework 3.5 sp1. Look for the Download Details link, which should be the fi rst result (on the Microsoft site). This update is required in order to enable the REST–based data services that SharePoint 2010 relies upon.
  3. Click Yes when prompted with Do you want to install the following Windows software update?, which is shown in the following screenshot:

    Setting Up a Development Environment

It is now time for our second coffee break. Click Close after the Installation Complete screen appears. We are nearly there! We are going to get into the SharePoint 2010 setup in order to install the required pre-requisites. If you have the MSDN software, you will be provided with an ISO image that you can attach to the virtual machine. If you downloaded it from Microsoft as a trial, download it to your virtual machine settings and sharing a folder from the host machine. Double-click the EXE fi le to launch the installation. Ensure your virtual machine has internet connectivity (test by using Internet Explorer to navigate to http://www.microsoft.com). Run Splash.hta.

Installing the SharePoint 2010 pre-requisites:

  1. Click on the Install Software Prerequisites link. Once you click on this link, you will see the following screen:

    Setting Up a Development Environment

  2. On the Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Products Preparation Tool - Welcome screen, click Next.
  3. On the License Terms for Software Products screen, select the I accept the terms of the License Agreement(s) checkbox and click Next.
  4. It is now time for our third coffee break. Watch for any prompts to reboot the server.
  5. On the Installation Complete screen, click Finish.

Now, let's get to the main recipe for which you have patiently been waiting for!

How to do it...

Here is your recipe to install SharePoint 2010:

  1. From the virtual machine CD Drive, run Splash.hta
  2. Click on the Install SharePoint Server link.
  3. On the Enter your product key screen, enter either your MSDN software key or your trial license key.
  4. On the Read the Microsoft Software License Terms screen, select the checkbox I accept the terms of this agreement and click on Continue.
  5. On the Choose a fi le location screen, click Install Now. The Installation Progress screen will show the proceeding of the installation.
  6. Fourth coffee break? You might want to consider switching to decaf.
  7. Note! This is a good time to actually take a snapshot of your virtual machine (or back it up), as this can be a good a starting point if in the future you have to set up another separate development machine.
  8. When you see the Run Confi guration Wizard, leave the checkbox Run the SharePoint Products Confi guration Wizard selected and click Close.
  9. On the SharePoint Products Confi guration Wizard or the Welcome screen, click Next.
  10. Click Yes to the warning regarding services that may need to be restarted.
  11. On the Connect to a Server Farm screen, choose the option to Create a new server farm and click Next.
  12. On the Specify Confi guration Database Settings screen, specify your machine name in the Database Server text fi eld. Use the SP_AppPool account, which was previously set up, and specify your password in the Password fi eld of the Database Access Account section and click Next.

    Setting Up a Development Environment

  13. On the Specify Farm Security Settings screen, choose a passphrase of Password1 (or the same as you have used for the Administrator account) and click Next.
  14. On the Configure SharePoint Central Admin Web Application Page, select the checkbox Specify port number and enter the value 9999 (or a different port number of your preference). Leave the default authentication provider as NTLM and click Next.
  15. On the Completing the SharePoint Products Configuration Wizard, click Next.
  16. You are probably sick of coffee by now. Please take the time to check your e-mail, voice messages, Facebook, Twitter, and Linked In.
  17. On the Configuration Successful screen, click Finish.

Configure SharePoint 2010 via the Initial Farm Configuration Wizard:

  1. Internet Explorer will open and navigate to the adminconfigintro.aspx page in Central Administration or the Initial Farm Configuration Wizard
  2. On the Help make SharePoint better screen, select the option No, I don't wish to participate and click OK.
  3. On the How do you want to configure your SharePoint farm? screen, click on Start the Wizard.
  4. On the next screen in the Service Account, select Use existing managed account and ensure that the SP_AppPool account is selected. In the Services section, de-select Access Services and Word Automation Services and click Next.
  5. You are almost there! Reward yourself with a quick online match in your favorite game on your favorite console while you wait for the configuration to complete.
  6. The wizard will have created a web application using the machine name, in my case, http://openhighway. You now get to create your very first Site Collection. Choose a title based on your company name (in my case, The Open Highway ), choose the Team Site template and click OK, as shown in the following screenshot:

    Setting Up a Development Environment

  7. Your hard and patient work is rewarded with the This completes the Farm Configuration Wizard screen!
  8. Click on the Site URL to open and test that your new Team Site (and therefore SharePoint 2010) is operating correctly. DO NOT DESPAIR OR PANIC if you receive a rather nasty looking Error screen!

    Setting Up a Development Environment

  9. Many times in a development machine, depending on the resources assigned to it and the power of the desktop/laptop you are running with - navigation to the URL will simply TIME OUT. Breathe deeply. Refresh the browser. See! There is your Team Site. Congratulations! Bookmark this URL in your Internet Explorer favorites. The following screenshot shows my Team Site:

    Setting Up a Development Environment

Congratulations! You have successfully installed and configured SharePoint Server 2010 and are ready for our next step – to install Microsoft Office and your development tools.

There's more...

From the home page of your Team Site, click on the Site Actions menu and select More Options. If you are prompted with the following screen with the Install Microsoft Silverlight link, then click on the link and take the opportunity now to install it! The user interface of SharePoint 2010 relies on Silverlight in many cases:

Setting Up a Development Environment

 

When the Silverlight install downloads, click Run on the security warning on the Install Silverlight dialog and then click Install Now, as shown in the following screenshot:

Setting Up a Development Environment

 

Installing Microsoft Office 2010 Professional

SharePoint 2010 is tightly integrated with, and was specifically designed to exploit, Microsoft Office 2010. So Offi ce 2010 is a key tool for you to leverage in your SharePoint 2010 solutions, such as Word, Excel, and so on. Together with Visio and SharePoint Designer , these applications will be an important part of your development toolkit.

Getting ready

Download Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus from your MSDN subscription, or type in Microsoft Office 2010 professional plus trial download into your favorite search engine to download the 60-day trial from the Microsoft site.

Wherever the software comes from, it will be presented as an EXE file. Make the file available to your virtual machine, for example, by going to your virtual machine settings and sharing a folder from the host machine. Or you could choose to download the software directly to your VM environment. Double-click the EXE file to launch the installation.

How to do it...

Here is the recipe to install Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010:

  1. On the first screen, enter your product key (either MSDN or trial key).
  2. Accept the terms of the license agreement and click Continue.
  3. On the Choose the installation you want screen, click Customize.
  4. (Recommended) On the next screen, Installation Options tab, mark Microsoft Access, Microsoft OneNote, Microsoft Outlook, and Microsoft Publisher as Not Available / not installed (red mark). You can always install these later if you wish to experiment with these applications with SharePoint. Finally, click Install Now:

    Setting Up a Development Environment

  5. Click Close when the installation completes.
  6. We want to take a moment to initialize Office. From the Windows Start menu, launch Microsoft Word.
  7. On the Help protect and improve Microsoft Office screen, select the option Don't make changes and click OK.
  8. Take the opportunity to activate Office if this has not been (automatically) done already.
  9. On the File tab in the ribbon, select Options. On the Word Options screen, select Trust Center on the left-hand side. Click the Trust Center Settings button. On the Trust Center screen, select Protected View on the left-hand side, as shown in the following screenshot. Deselect the first three checkboxes and click OK twice:

    Setting Up a Development Environment

  10. Close Microsoft Word.

Congratulations! You have installed Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010.

Summary

In this article we selected a virtual environment for your system. We then successfully installed Windows Server 2008 R2, SQL Server 2008 R2, SharePoint Server 2010, and Microsoft Office 2010 Professional.



Microsoft SharePoint 2010 development cookbook Over 45 recipes to take you from beginner to professional in SharePoint Development with this book and ebook
Published: December 2011
eBook Price: $29.99
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About the Author :


Ed Musters

Ed is a SharePoint MVP and a SharePoint Architect for Infusion, where he has consulted on dozens of SharePoint engagements. Ed holds all certifications in SharePoint 2010, and has been teaching SharePoint development courses for many years. He has been a featured speaker at many international conferences, SharePoint Saturdays, and user groups. Ed would very much enjoy the opportunity to share his real world expertise with you! Twitter: @TechEdToronto

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