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Installing the Self-Service Portal
Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
Microsoft SharePoint 2010 for Internet Sites Enterprise
SharePoint 2010 is not supported on Windows Server 2012, and therefore Windows Server
2008 R2 is required for the portal server operating system. You might be tempted to use
SharePoint Foundation 2013 Server, which is supported on Windows Server 2012, but at the
time of this writing SharePoint 2013 is not supported by System Center 2012 Service
Manager with SP1. While SharePoint Foundation 2013 is not supported at the time of this
writing, you should expect it to be supported in the near future through an update or service
pack. Finally, if your Service Manager database uses SQL Server 2012, then you must apply
Service Pack 1 to your SharePoint 2010 installation.
For a complete list of software requirements for System Center 2012 - Service Manager,
see .
Choose another virtual server as the Self-Service Portal. Install Windows Server 2008 R2 and
SQL Server 2008 R2. The Self-Service Portal has specific web content requirements, so you
must enable the following:
Internet Information Services with IIS 6 metabase compatibility
SQL Server 2012 Analysis Managed Objects (regardless of SQL version)
A (self-signed) Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate that can be used on the host
Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 (portal specific)
To download Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010, see
en-us/download/details.aspx?id=5970 .
To install SharePoint Foundation 2010 and the Self-Service Portal, follow these steps:
1. Log on to the server using an administrator account and install SharePoint Server
2010 by running the Products Configuration Wizard. Follow the prompts and accept
the default settings, then restart the computer.
2. Insert the System Center 2012 SP1 Service Manager media and run as an
administrator for the installation.
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