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    Sharepoint 2007 SP1 and Windows 2008 Server

    Having a problem installing sharepoint on a 2008 box got the SP1 version and installed but when I try and configure it via the SharePoint Products and Technologies Configuration Wizard see attached.
    It's connecting to an SQL 2005 server also running Windows Std 2008. Any thoughts? I have the log file but it's 6mb in size so I can't add it here.


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    I had the same problem i had when i re-installed sharepoint at some point. i cant remember now exactly but check the SQL Account your using to make sure it has the correct permissions, also double check the /Server/Instance.

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    Have you added the machine account to your allowed users in sql?

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    Managed to get it working properly in the end rejoined it to the domain. However now I have another issue I've setup the internet alternate access mapping and created the web listener and it brings up the login box for authentication however we have added IISADMPWD which allows you to change you password if needed if I click either okay or cancel it then tries to forward me on to the internal address not the external one I was on? The ISA box has two nics one on 10.2--.* network (external LEA) and the other 10.10.* internally woudl this make any difference I've used a subnet mask of 255.255.248.0 so they are completely different networks and it seems to be logging in correctly just forwarding wrongly?


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    Have you got IISADMPWD set up in a separate IIS site?

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    Nope its under the default sharepoint 80 instance?

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    Still have no idea about this I'm going to try and publish another weebsite just to make sure it's not me doing something fundamentally wrong.


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