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Installing Sharepoint 2010 on a single machine

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 25, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 
Hi guys,
For demo purpose i want it to install Sharepoint 2010 on a single machine (physical), so i here is how i proceeded:
  • Install windows server 2008 r2
  • Install SQL 2008 r2
  • Install Active directory
  • Install Sharepoint 2010
So after installing Prerequistes i launched the installation of Sharepoint 2010 with SharePoint Products Configuration Wizard, when i'm in the screen Specify Configuration Database Settings and i fill up the Database Access Account wich is an administrator Account, i have this message "The user name or password is incorrect" and it's impossible to me to move forward.
The user i'm using is an administrator account it has access to SQL server and it's defined on the AD of the local machine.
No matter the user i 'm using although it have access to SQL and defined as administrator i always receive the message saying username or password are incorrect.
I also tried to run this cmdlet New-SPConfigurationDatabase Same thing complaining about the user name and password .
i need to install the AD in the same machine because the main purpose of this demo is to show social feature capabilities.
Thank you for helping me to resolve this issue!!



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