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    Installing Biztalk Server 2006

    I am trying to install biztalk server 2006 Enterprise edition on my machine with windows xp professional sp2. I have installed all the prerequisites. Everything seems to be fine. But SSO(single - sign on service) is not getting configured. It is giving error (RPC failure). I really don't what is the problem. Any one faced this problem? What is the cause and what is solution please help.

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    Welcome to DevX

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    I had downloaded the biztalk 2006 installation and configuration for windows xp. I followed every instruction showed in document...still i face error while configuring SSO... which is RPC failure. I tried alot of times but to no avail. Please help me out here.

    What is the problem with SSO?

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    I found this on technet. Hope it helps.

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l.../aa560740.aspx
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    Thank you for the link. But when i try to open the configuring SSO utility i face the same error i mentioned in the earlier postings. I dont see any SSO service running in the 'Services' tool. I think it must be there.

    Anyway, i can't configure SSO at all. Please i need more help.

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    Try it on a different machine and see if you get the same error?
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    Hi Hack

    It is working on different PC with windows server 2003. Now i have installed the biztalk finally..lol. Now i have some sample Biztalk solutions which were created with different version of visual studio or something. I want to open it but i am getting this error

    ---------------------------
    Microsoft Visual Studio
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    The application for project 'D:\DemoOrchestrationFiles\SO_to_SO\SO_to_SO.btproj' is not installed.

    Make sure the application for the project type (.btproj) is installed.
    ---------------------------
    OK Help
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    Any suggestions please. I really want to open this and have a look at it.

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    Is this particular project on your BizTalk CD?

    If it is required to be installed, it has to be included with what you have somewhere.

    Incidentially, SO_to_SO.btproj got no returns on Google.
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    Ok fine..i managed to open it some how..thanks for the help very much.
    What i want know is Biztalk Server 2000 , how can i get it? I am have biztalk 2006 right now. But there is some project which requires Biztalk 2000. Is there any way i can download? pls

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    The way to get BizTalk2000 is purchase it from Microsoft.

    They aren't going to give it to you for free, and any place that allows you to download it for free is committing software piracy.
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    Configuring BizTalk Server 2006

    Steps needs to be followed while configuring BizTalk Server 2006.

    Make sure you have installed the following things:-
    1. Visual Studio 2005
    2. Microsoft SQL Server 2005
    Configuring Microsoft Sql Server 2005 server and databases
    By default the server name is the name of the computer.
    a. Expand the server name ->expand security ->expand Logins
    b. Under Logins Create a new Login with the server name
    Ex: - Server Name is ABCD\AMANDAVA


    c. Right click your server name under logins select properties under server role select sysadmin checkbox.


    Before installing BizTalk 2006 make sure that you have all the rights and permissions.

    BizTalk needs you to have all the administrative rights on the computer

    Here are the permission you need to have on the computer where you are installing BizTalk


    You should have following permissions

    Administrators
    BizTalk Server Administrators
    SSO Administrators
    SSO Affiliate Administrators
    BizTalk Application Users

    Remaining gets added as you install BizTalk

    Install BizTalk Server 2006 now .After completing the installation make sure you remove log files in this path.

    Remove all the log files related to BizTalk.
    You can also do this using Sql Server 2005(Here you need to delete all the databases related to BizTalk)

    C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\Data





    Now you are ready to configure the BizTalk Server 2006.

    Start ->All Programs->Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 -> BizTalk Server Configuration
    When you use the basic configuration option, the following occurs:
    All database names are generated by BizTalk Server.
    All applicable database logon information is run under the account provided.
    All BizTalk Server services are generated by BizTalk Server.
    All BizTalk Server services run under the account provided. The configuration process grants this account the necessary security permissions on the server and objects in SQL Server
    All features are configured based on the prerequisite software you have installed on the computer.
    The Default Web Site in Internet Information Services (IIS) is used for any feature that requires IIS.



    To configure your server using basic configuration
    1. In Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 Configuration, select Basic configuration
    2. Under Database, type the name of the SQL server.
    3. Under Service Credential, type the username and password that the services will run under.
    4. Click Configure.
    5. On the Summary screen, review the configuration, and then click Configure.
    6. On the Completion screen, click Finish.
    When you configure BizTalk Server 2006 using basic configuration, consider the following:
    Configuring a remote SQL Server is not supported.
    Configuring BizTalk Server 2006 against SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server 2005 default instances and named instances are supported.
    The account you are logged on as must be part of the local administrators group and have System Administrator rights on SQL Server.

    References

    For further references you can also visit the following link

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l.../aa577356.aspx

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