Deployment - Installation of Project Server and Sharepoint Server.

Asked By Abishek.R Srikaanth on 18-Mar-09 03:15 AM

Hi All,

I would like to install the Project Server 2007 and the Sharepoint Server 2007.

Would I be able to install them on a physical server which is on the Workgroup.

If yes, can I configure the 2 Servers to authenticate using a Domain Controller.

Awaiting your response at the earliest.

Thanks and Regards

Abishek.R.Srikaanth

TRY THIS - C_A P replied to Abishek.R Srikaanth on 18-Mar-09 06:33 AM

Deploy Office Project Server 2007 with Office SharePoint Server 2007

In this article:

This article describes how to install Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.

ImportantImportant:

Before installing Office Project Server 2007 or Office SharePoint Server 2007, it is very important to thoroughly plan for the deployment. For information on planning for Office Project Server 2007, see Planning and architecture for Office Project Server 2007. For information on planning for Office SharePoint Server 2007, see Planning and architecture for Office SharePoint Server 2007.

Why deploy Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

A major benefit of integrating Office Project Server 2007 with Office SharePoint Server 2007 is the other capabilities offered by Office SharePoint Server 2007, such as:

  • Workflow functionality. If you plan on using the automated proposals feature in Office Project Server 2007, you need the workflow functionality provided through Office SharePoint Server 2007. For more information about project proposals and other Office Project Server 2007 features, see What's new in Office Project 2007. For more information about workflow functionality in Office SharePoint Server 2007, see What are workflows? and Understanding workflow.

  • Rich business intelligence and dashboard capabilities in the Project Server Report Center when used with Excel Services. For more information, see Plan for business intelligence.

  • Easier Windows SharePoint Services workspace administration with the features in the document management system. For more information, see Plan document management.

  • Richer search capabilities. For more information, see Plan search (Office SharePoint Server).

Deployment scenarios

There are three different deployment scenarios when integrating Office Project Server 2007 with Office SharePoint Server 2007:

Merging an existing Office SharePoint Server 2007 farm with an existing Project Server 2007 farm

We do not support using Inter-Farm Shared Services to merge an existing Office SharePoint Server 2007 farm with an existing Office Project Server 2007 farm while retaining the deployments on the same hardware configuration. This is due to functionality, performance, and security issues that can occur when Office Project Server 2007 is deployed in this manner.

As an alternative, you should use the following general steps to merge the two farms:

ImportantImportant:

You must follow the steps in the order provided.

  1. Install Office Project Server 2007 on the Office SharePoint Server 2007 farm. For more information, see Deploy Project Server 2007 to an existing deployment of Office SharePoint Server 2007.

  2. Migrate Office Project Server 2007 sites and workspaces from the Office Project Server 2007 farm to the Office SharePoint Server 2007 farm (on which you just installed Project Server 2007). For information on migrating Office Project Server 2007 data, see Back up and restore the Project Server 2007 farm.

  3. Disconnect the Office Project Server 2007 farm from its Configuration database. You can do this by rerunning the SharePoint Products and Technologies Configuration Wizard on all servers in the farm and selecting the option to disconnect from the farm.

  4. Install Office SharePoint Server 2007 on the computers on which you disconnected Office Project Server 2007 from the Configuration database. When running post-setup configuration, connect to the Configuration database being used on the farm in step 1. For more information about installing Office SharePoint Server 2007 on a Office Project Server 2007 farm, see Deploy Office SharePoint Server 2007 to an existing deployment of Project Server 2007.

The final results will be a single farm with Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Office Project Server 2007, spanning servers from both farms.

READ THIS - C_A P replied to Abishek.R Srikaanth on 18-Mar-09 06:36 AM

Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003 is very CPU intensive with its crawling and indexing functions. Microsoft Office Project Server 2003 is just as intensive for its publishing and VWnotify services.

Note Running these services at the same time on the same server may create conflicts. For example, some of the conflicts that may occur include:

Excessive memory usage

Excessive paging to the hard disk drive

Service performance degradation

One service delaying the start of the other service

INTRODUCTION

This article describes how to install Microsoft Office Project Server 2003 and M...

This article describes how to install Microsoft Office Project Server 2003 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003 on the same server.

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To install Project Server 2003 and SharePoint Portal Server 2003 on the same ser...

To install Project Server 2003 and SharePoint Portal Server 2003 on the same server, follow these steps:

Install SharePoint Portal Server 2003.

For additional information about how to install SharePoint Portal Server 2003, see the Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Administration Guide that is located in the \Docs folder in the root of the SharePoint Portal Server 2003 CD-ROM.

Note Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services is installed in conjunction with the installation of SharePoint Portal Server 2003.

For additional information about Windows SharePoint Services, see the Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 Administrator's Guide.

Start Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager. To do this, click Start, point to All Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.

In Internet Information Services IIS Manager, follow these steps:

Expand your server.

Right-click Web Sites, point to New, and then click Web Site.

In the Web Site Creation Wizard, click Next.

In the Description box, type a description for your new Web site, and then click Next.

On the IP Address and Port Settings screen of the Web Site Creation Wizard, follow these steps:

In the Enter the IP address to use for this Web site box, click All Unassigned.

In the TCP port this Web site should use box, type a unique port address such as 8083.

Leave the Host header for this Web site box blank.

Click Next.

On the Web Site Home Directory screen of the Web Site Creation Wizard, type the following text in the Path box, or click Browse:

C:\Inetpub\Projectserver

Note You must create the ProjectServer folder before you complete this step.

Click Next.

On the Web Site Permissions screen of the Web Site Creation Wizard, accept the default values of Read and Run scripts (such as ASP), and then click Next.

Click Finish to complete the Web Site Creation Wizard.

Extend the Web site by using SharePoint Central Administration before you install Project Server. To do this, follow these steps:

Click Start, point to All Programs, point to SharePoint Portal Server, and then click SharePoint Central Administration.

Click Windows SharePoint Services.

In the Virtual Server Configuration area, click Extend or upgrade virtual server.

On the Virtual Server List page, click your new virtual server.

Click Extend and create a content database.

On the Extend and Create Content Database page, follow these steps:

Click Create a new application pool, type a name for the application pool in the Application pool name box, such as ProjectServer.

Click Predefined, and then click Network Service.

In the Site Owner area, type a user name (in the form of domain\username) in the User name box, and then type an e-mail address for the user in the E-mail box.

Note Ideally, this is the e-mail address for a new user in the domain specifically for Project Server 2003 who has only user rights but has a password that never expires. You can then use the same user account for the PSCOM+ components.

Click OK to close Extend and Create Content Database.

Click OK after the virtual server has been extended successfully.

Double-click Wsswiz.exe, and then follow these steps.

Note Wsswiz.exe is located in the \Support\Wsswiz folder of your Project Server 2003 installation location (CD-ROM or network location).

In the SharePoint Configuration Wizard, click Next.

In the extended virtual servers list, click your Web site, and then click Next.

Type the required information and use the same user account that you used in step 3f3, and then click Next.

When the SharePoint Configuration Wizard has sufficient information to configure Windows SharePoint Services, click Next.

Click OK when you receive the following message:

The SharePoint Configuration Wizard will now close while Setup restarts. The wizard will restart momentarily.

Write down the information that is provided by the SharePoint Configuration Wizard after the selected virtual server has been successfully configured because it contains the location of your SharePoint portal.

Click Finish to close the SharePoint Configuration Wizard.

Double-click Setup.exe in your Project Server 2003 installation location (CD-ROM or network location), click Server installation, and then follow the prompts to complete the installation of Project Server 2003 to your Web site by using the information that you wrote down in step 4f.

For additional information about installing Project Server 2003, see the Microsoft Office Project 2003 Installation Guide at the following Microsoft Web site:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/office/projectserver/bb310640.aspx (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/office/projectserver/bb310640.aspx)

You now have a new site in the following location:

http://servername:8083/Projectserver

This site is fully functional with Windows SharePoint Services and with Project Server 2003. You can also create links and other pages that tie in to your new Project Server 2003 Web site by using your main SharePoint Portal site:

http://servername

 

Vinod Raja replied to Abishek.R Srikaanth on 02-Apr-10 04:44 PM
Kinldy refer the below link and let me knowif it helps:

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/projectserver/HA101945401033.aspx#2

Vinu