Sharepoint Reinstall on SBS2003 Premium server running CRM3.0 SBE

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Scott Phares, May 25, 2006.

  1. Scott Phares

    Scott Phares Guest

    I am running a CRM 3.0 SBE development server on an SBS2003 Premium box. The
    SBS2003 server had Sharepoint Services installed by default during the
    intital install of SBS2003 on http://companyweb, on IIS port 80. When I
    installed CRM 3.0 SBE, I
    chose the Default Web Site option rather than having CRM "Create a New Web
    Site" and install itself on IIS port 5555, so the CRM 3.0 SBE install
    overwrote and disabled Sharepoint Services/Companyweb site on port 80. Is
    there a way to re-install Sharepoint Services for SBS 2003 and install it on
    a differently designated IIS port, say 8080 (http://companyweb:8080) so that
    it will not install over my CRM 3.0 SBE installation, now on port 80? I need
    both CRM 3.0 SBE and Sharepoint Services/Companyweb site on the server but I
    do not want a re-install of Sharepoint to kill/overwrite or disable my CRM
    web site, now on IIS port 80.


    Scott Phares
    Scott Phares, May 25, 2006
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  2. Hello Scott,

    Thank you for posting to the SBS Newsgroup.

    I understand that you have installed CRM on the SBS Server, but now your
    SharePoint does not work. you want to know how to reinstall SharePoint on
    the SBS Server but configure it to listen on another port
    (http://companyweb:8080). If I have misunderstood your concern, please let
    me know.

    1> To reinstall SharePoint, please see KB829114:

    829114 How to remove and how to install the Windows Small Business Server

    2> Regarding your second concern that configures SharePoint to listen on
    another port instead of Port 80.

    Please understand that configure Companyweb on another port is an
    unsupported scenario, it will not be supported by Microsoft Product Support
    Services either.

    Since the SBS 2003 server is an integrated business solution for small
    business environment. By default, there are two web sites which are
    listening on TCP port 80, Default web site and Companyweb site. The
    Companyweb uses the host headers to identify the web requests. By default,
    the web listener is configured on port 80 with host header Companyweb and
    Companyweb.domain.local for HTTP requests. Also, you will find a CNAME
    record in SBS DNS server. The CNAME record is pointing to the server
    address. With the host header, the Companyweb site will only accept the
    HTTP requests including the particular URL.

    We have seen many different kinds of issues that customers use another TCP
    Port for Companyweb, so we strongly suggest that you configure companyweb
    to listen on TCP Port 80.

    3> I suggest that you follow our CRM deployment document to reinstall it on
    SBS 2003.

    To deploy CRM on SBS 2003, you should strictly follow the steps in the
    following document:

    Installing and Securing Microsoft CRM 1.2 on a Windows Small Business
    Server 2003 Network

    Microsoft CRM Implementation Guide - Installing Microsoft CRM Server on
    Microsoft Small Business Server

    Chapter 15 of the Microsoft CRM version 1.2 Implementation Guide is updated

    Installing Microsoft CRM Server version 1.2 on Microsoft Windows Small
    Business Server 2003

    Hope it helps! If you have any updates, please do not hesitate to let me
    know. I am looking forward to your reply!

    Best regards,

    Brandy Nee

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