Installing SharePoint 2013 on Network Load Balance windows server 2012

Our lab scenario

SP Arc

Configure NLB between the 2 servers which play as a SharePoint servers

https://helmymo7amed.wordpress.com/2014/07/16/windows-server-2012-r2-network-load-balancing-nlb/

Install a SQL Server which will contain the SharePoint Database

https://helmymo7amed.wordpress.com/2014/07/10/sql-server-2014-failover-cluster/


Now let’s configure SharePoint on Server 1

Open the installation icon and install the prerequisites

1

2

When the installation complete Click on Install SharePoint Server

3

Enter product key, Accept Terms, Continue and Install Now

4

Run the SharePoint Configuration Wizard

5

1-services

Create a new server Farm on Server 1 and Click on Next.

6

Enter Database server name “SQL1Fov”.

Enter the User Name and the Password

SQL Access

Enter Passphrase.

7

Specify port number.

8

Click Next. and now the Configuration is completed.

9

Click on Finish button. This will open Central Admin web page as a URL

URL

Now the SharePoint server 1 installation finished let’s configure the Second Server and connect it to the Farm.

Choose Connect to an existing server farm

2-connect to server farm

Click yes to start the services

1-services

Type the name of SQL Server which contain the existing sharepoint Farm Database and Retrieve Database to see our configured Database

3-Database serverEnter the Passphrase Password and click next

4-Passpharse

Next

5-configure SQL database

Wait for the Configuration

6- Finall configuration

Now the second Server configuration finished and we have a 2 SharePoint servers running SharePoint 2013 on a Network Load Balance and Connected to SQL Server 2014 Failover Clustered Database.

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