Installare MS Office Sharepoint Server 2007 utilizzando i Database Administrator created database

Durante il setup di MOSS vengono creati applicativamente una serie di database su SQL Server (vedi sotto), tanto che tra i requisiti dei service accounts c’è l’attribuzione dei permissions roles DB Creator e Security Administrator su SQL Server.

  • Configuration database: (Used by WSS and MOSS.) Contains SharePoint configuration settings, such as front-end and back-end servers, mail servers, and portal site names. The name for this database is SharePoint_Config.
  • Content database: (Used by WSS and MOSS.) Contains the actual data, stored in the portal site and the team sites. Default name prefix: WSS_Content.
  • Shared Services database: (Used by MOSS.) Used to store information about the Shared Service provided; its default name is SharedServices1_DB.
  • Shared Services Search database: (Used by MOSS.) Stores search index and related content in the database SharedServices1Search_DB.
  • Shared Services Content: (Used by MOSS.) Stores general information for the Shared Services Provider instances in the database SharedServices_Content.
  • Administrative Content: (Used by MOSS.) Stores content related to central administration in the database file SharePoint_AdminContent.

In diverse realtà aziendale le policies impediscono l’attribuzione di tali permissions ad utenti “fuori controllo”. E i Database Administrator dell’azienda spesso pongono il veto al deployment standard di SharePoint.

In questi contesti è però possibile creare i database in forma controllata. La procedura è tra quelle supportate ufficialmente e recentemente è stato pubblicato un articolo su Technet dove approfondire la cosa.

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