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how to install shareporint foundation in windows 7

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 18, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
hi,   i would like to start to do some sharepoint development in my windows 7 x64 machine. I read that foundation may be installed in win 7 but the original installer tells that win 7 is not supported and stop install.   i found some post that talk about extract files from the installer, and change the config file to install: i tried and the setup works, but when i go in the configuration wizard at the end of the process i receive and error and sharepoint don't work.   i tried to run the prerequisite installation program but don't work in windows 7.   how can i do?   best regards,     luca morelli

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