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SharePoint Demo Build 2.

Installation Guidance
This document provides instructions on how to install SharePoint Demo Build 2.0
that will configure SharePoint 2013, for your review and use. The primary reason the
SharePoint Demo Build 2.0 chose AutoSPinstaller v3.87 is first and most importantly
that we have been using it now for years and it works. Please note that this
installation takes about 45 minutes to install and about 45 minutes to configure.

This installable package is built using the SharePoint Content Pack Installer with
PowerShell on a virtual machine. This document assumes that you have already
successfully created an environment with Windows Server 2012 Guest or using
Hardware. The preferred Server Name for the Server is DEMO2013a. This document
may refer to this machine as the base VM, the Contoso server, or DEMO2013a.
As a best practice, we recommend installing each Content Pack on a clean
base VM. The Active Directory Content Pack may also be utilized within other
content packs. Therefore, in order to maintain the integrity of the Active Directory
Content Pack, we advise reverting back to the base image prior to installing
additional content packs.
The SharePoint Installation Demo Build 2.0 has the following prerequisites
1. Windows Server 2012
2. The AD DS Role has been added
3. DCPromo has been completed for the Domain with and FQDN
including the server
4. Media for SQL 2012 SP1 Evaluation -
5. Media for SharePoint 2013 Evaluation -
6. The Active Directory Content Pack Demo 2.0 has been deployed
Hardware Requirements
1. Minimum 16GB 24GB of RAM for the Server DEMO2013a
2. Quad Core Processor if possible
3. 127GB 200GB of Hard Disk Space
All users of this VM environment use the password


Package Installation
1. In Hyper-V, start the base VM.
2. Log on to the VM as Contoso\SPAdmin.
3. Download the Evaluation SharePoint 2013 ISO if you do not already have the
media from and
use the evaluation key NQTMW-K63MQ-39G6H-B2CH9-FRDWJ
4. Download the content pack We owe a huge
debt of gratitude for the work that has gone into this project. I want to say that
without the work thats been done by so many talented people. The installation
and configuration of SharePoint 2013 would be much more difficult than it is
now. For more information on the original work please visit and a special thank you to Andrew Woody
and Brian Lalancette and the installation tool of Choice for SharePoint 2010 and
2013 Farms
5. Mount the SharePoint 2013 ISO to your VM
6. Run the setup.cmd from your DEMO2013a VM DVD and install the SharePoint
2013 pre-requisites, after the reboot, run setup enter the product key NQTMWK63MQ-39G6H-B2CH9-FRDWJ to install the SharePoint 2013 binaries
Note: if you have already completed steps 9 through 10, please skip to step 11
to start the configuration of SharePoint 2013
7. Open Windows PowerShell and run
a. Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned
b. Type Y, then Enter
8. Open Server Manager
a. Enable Remote Desktop
b. Turn IE Enhanced Security OFF
9. Double Click on the Firewall Settings
a. Turn Domain Off, leave Public and private On
10.If not already done, download the Content Pack Installer executable file
SharePoint Content Pack Installer v2.7.
a. If it is the first time the installer has run, you may see a first time install
dialog box; you may accept all default values.
Note: You do not have to run the ContentPackInstaller.exe to install any of
the ContentPack Demos using PowerShell Run PowerShell as an

Administrator, Change Folders to where the ContentPack has been extracted

and enter .\install.ps1
11.Install the People Pack Demo 2.0 content pack
a. Click the Add a content pack tab and click Browse.
b. Locate the file, select it, and click Open.
c. Click Add. When the installer finishes extracting the files (may take about 10
minutes), continue on to the next step.
d. Click Install.
e. Click OK to accept the default path.

The installation process may take 10-15 minutes, and you will not see any
feedback indicators other than a flowing progress bar to indicate that work is
being done. For advanced users there is a log file named Installhttp_intranet_contoso_com-<Date/Time>.log that will be updated with
live feedback as the install progresses; it is located under
C:\Demos\SharePoint2013\ and another error log C:\Content
Packs\Packs\SharePoint Configuration Demo 15.2.5\

Post Installation
1. Install the PeoplePack Provisioning Demo 2.0
2. Install the Self-Service BI Demo 2.0 Content Pack
3. Configure PowerPivot by running the PowerPivot for SharePoint 2013
Configuration Tool
4. Install the Visio Services Demo 2.0 Content Pack

A screen Capture of your Service Applications

A screen capture of your Self-Service BI Site

As you can tell I didnt rename the PowerPivoit DB

A screen capture of your of your Database Engine along with the DBs