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I have a WIndows 2003 Server with SP1 and I wanted to load Share Point Services which i have the CD's.

Does anyone have any experience on the Sharpoint services? Any tips or suggestions how to install? I haven't done' it yet but i will tomorrow and I wanted to know if anyone had any pointers?
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by:Jay_Jay70
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shoris,

Sharepoint is simple and the install program makes it clear if anything is missing - go for it :)

Regards,

James
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by:shoris
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In sum.. this is wierd.. but is sharepoint and the purpose of it?
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are there particiluar instructions to install SQL 2005 and Share point onto Windows 2003 SP2
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what is sharepoint? basically a document store - its used often for intranets where you want a central storgae point and is all web based
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by:shoris
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THanks Jay, did you have any clear instructions along to install SQL 2005 with Sharepoint Central .. not a farm.. on a windows 2003 box?
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by:Jay_Jay70
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put it this way - its that easy i never used a guide :)

Just install SQL 2005 (or if you are installign express go ahead) and then launch the setup for Sharepoint....its will guide you through the whole thing easy as
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by:shoris
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Ok.. Because I was confused with SQL 2000 and SQL 2005... I only see in my Start-Programs - MS SQL 2005 - Configuration tools.. I just didn't know where in SQL 2005 i can register a server. - database.. etc.. But are you saying that once i go through Sharepoint.. just going through the wizard is that simple.
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I got the SQL downpacked.. any one have any good instructions on Sharepoint services creating sites.. step by step briefly.
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