Category: installation

SharePoint 2013 End User changes when moving to ‘https’

An object in the SharePoint administrative framework, “SPSolutionLanguagePack Name=0 Parent=SPSolution Name=yoursolution.wsp”, depends on other objects which do not exist.

At a client, I was trying to add a solution and got this error in both PowerShell as Stsadm: An object in the SharePoint administrative framework, “SPSolutionLanguagePack Name=0 Parent=SPSolution Name=yoursolution.wsp”, depends on other objects which do not exist.  Ensure that all of the objects dependencies are created and retry this operation. yoursolution.wsp: The Solution installation …


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Service Account recommendations for SharePoint 2007 – 2010

Todd Klindt just wrote on his blog a list of recommended service accounts. This list is useful for new SharePoint installations: You can mail the list to the client so they can come up with the accounts before you go in to install.


installing SharePoint 2010 – great script

So, you are ready to install SharePoint 2010 ? You can follow this script by Craig Humpfrey, which gives a lot of good info on the subject and has links to a lot of debugging posts and other good scripts!


Failed to connect to database server – install SharePoint 2010 – named pipes

At a client I tried to install SharePoint 2010. It could not find my named instance of the database. When I enabled Named Pipes, it worked however. How to enable Named Pipes: – go to your database server – go to the SQL Server Configuration Manager – Go to SQL Server Network Configuration – Protocols …