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A default installation of WSS installs the service on the default web site and uses wMSDE, even if SQL Server is already installed.   Many of us have worked out how to avoid these defaults, but in the hope that the information will be of use to someone out there, here is a brief article detailing a step-by-step approach to using a non-default web site and an existing instance of SQL Server.

Posted on Saturday, April 17, 2004 11:55 PM SharePoint Technologies | Back to top


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Thanks for these - very helpful.

Just a note - I put my sharepoint web site on port 80 with a host header, and found that the web service publishing wizard gets quite confused with this state of affairs. When I stopped the sharepoint site and then re-ran the wizard (such that the published web service wound up on my default web site) things worked just fine.
Left by Scott Colestock on Apr 29, 2004 7:53 PM

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