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I am attempting to do a silent farm installation of SharePoint 2010 via powershell using the SPModule commandlets and am running into the following error when attempting to run the Install-SharePoint command (passing the path to .exe and path to config.xml):
PS C:\Users\administrator.INETTEST2K3N> Install-SharePoint -SetupExePath "c:\install\setup.exe" -ConfigXml "c:\install\files\setupfarmsilent\config.xml"
The variable cannot be validated because the value C:\Users\ADMINI~1.INE\AppData\Local\Temp\2\config_2010_Jul_09_16_41_
28.xml is not a valid value for the ConfigXmlPath variable.
At C:\SPModule\spmodule.setup\Install-SharePoint.ps1:412 char:19
+ $ConfigXmlPath <<<< = Join-Path $env:temp $ConfigXmlName
+ CategoryInfo : MetadataError: (:) , ParentContainsErrorRecordException
+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : ValidateSetFailure
I have tried this on both 2008 and 2008 R2 (x64) and keep getting this same error.
Any insight would be greatly appreciated!
Is it required now to upgrade to SharePoint 2010 Foundation etc. first before using Office 2010 with SharePoint??
Or can Office 2010 work in even a limited manner with WSS 3.0??
Thank you, Tom
I have installed a SharePoint Foundation 2010 in a Farm environment and installed Office Web Apps 2010. I have not been able to view Word documents or PowerPoint documents inside of the web browser. I can view Excel documents okay and I can edit a Word doc
in the browser.
Does anyone have any suggestions as to what may be the problem?
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