Sunday, April 3, 2016

Migrate SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 step by step - Part 1 Installing and Configuring SQL Server 2012 (or 2014)


Hi All,


In 2014, I did a migration of SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013. In this blog post I am detailing a step by step steps along with the gotchas and fixes. Let’s summarize what we are going to do:
Installation and Configuring SQL Server 2012 (or SQL Server 2014) with latest patches.

·         Installation and Configuring SharePoint 2013 with latest patches.
·         Installation and Configuring SharePoint 2013 custom third parties.
·         Migrate SharePoint 2010 Services Applications to SharePoint 2010 Services applications
·         Migrate SharePoint 2010 content databases to SharePoint 2013 


 
Overview
New Migration strategy of SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint has been changed. Now, there is no in-place upgrade and only database attach is supported in this version unlike previous versions. Following steps will be performed in this blog post:
  1. Creating SharePoint 2013 Farm. (Farm Admin)

  1. Copying databases from SharePoint content and services application databases to new SQL Server 2012 database. (Farm Admin)
  2. Upgrading service applications. (Farm Admin)
  3. Upgrading content databases. (Farm Admin)
  4. Upgrading individual site collections. (Site Collection Admins/Owners)


I will be breaking the blog posts into 6 pieces :

Step1:  Installing and Configuring SQL Server 2012 (or 2014) in new SharePoint 2013 Farm

1.1   The first step is to install the SQL Server 2012 on Windows Server 2012 server. Following steps will show step by step installation guide along with Configuration.



1.2   Installation screen is shown and SQL Server 2012 SP1 is started.



1.3   Process Updated wizard shows no updates.


1.4   Install Setup Files will install project updates etc.


1.5   Setup Support Rules gives a warning for “Windows Firewall”. Please note that the firewall configuration will come configured later at later stage. Click “Next” to proceed.


1.6   Product key is auto populated. Click “Next”.


1.7   On the License Terms wizard, check on “I accept the license terms”


1.8   Keep the default options on “Setup Role” screen & Click Next.


1.9   In the “Feature Selection” screen check the “Database Engine Services” and “Management Tools” and proceed:
 

1.10            On the “Installation Rules” screen, Click Next


1.11            In the “Instance Configuration” wizard (or you can create a named instance as well), keep the default settings and click “Next” button.



1.12            Keep the default settings and click “Next” button.


1.13            In the “Server Configuration”, under Service type in “contoso\sp_sql” that is required for SharePoint SQL Service Account and click “Next” button. 


1.14            In the “Database Engine Configuration” wizard, the default account is contoso\administrator. Add the “contoso\sp_admin” account and click “Next” button.


1.15            Keep the default settings and click “Next” button.


1.16            Keep the default settings and click “Next” button.


1.17            In the “Ready to Install”, keep the default settings and click “Next” button.


1.18            In the “Installation Progress”, the set schedule selected features as mentioned above and necessary components


1.19            The SQL Server is completed successfully.

1.20   Open the SQL Server Configuration Manager.
1.22 In the “SQL Server Network Configuration”, enable “TCP/IP” as shown below: 












1.23 Open the SQL Server Management Studio as administrator. The SQL Server 2012 in now and running. 



Please comment if this blog post is helpful.

--aaroh :) 

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