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Coexistence and Interoperability Guide for SharePoint Products and Technologies

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As with any server product, Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies require certain settings or processes to run that may not be compatible with the needs of other server products you have installed. This article lists which Microsoft server products or technologies can be installed on the same server computer as Microsoft and Microsoft , and which server productscan interoperate with Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies.

Note: If you are running aWeb application such as a custom Microsoft ASP.NET application that gives employees access to online business data on the same virtual server that is running either or , you might need to configuresothat Web application can run correctly. For more information, see Allowing Web Applications to Coexist with Windows SharePoint Services .

About and

Together, and make up SharePoint Products and Technologies. incorporates the features of . You do not need to install before installing . You should not install to a computer that is already running . For more information, see the white paper SharePoint Portal Server 2003 and Windows SharePoint Services .

Microsoft Products and Technologies That Can Coexist or Interoperate with Both and

The followingMicrosoft products can interoperate with or ,or coexist with or on the same server computer.Some of these products add functionality to SharePoint Products and Technologies. Some must be configured before they can coexist with SharePoint Products and Technologies.

Indexing Service and Index Server

Indexing Service (formerly known as Index Server) can coexist on the same server with or ; however, Indexing Service operates independently of SharePoint Products and Technologies. You cannot use Indexing Service to search for content on SharePoint sites. For information about searching through SharePoint site content, see Managing and Customizing Search in the Administrator's Guideor, in the SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Administrator's Guide , in the "Administration" section, see the "Managing Search Settings" section.

BizTalk Server 2002 and 2004

Microsoft BizTalk Server has a BizTalk Adapter for Web Services that allows Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies to expose e-commerce functions over the Internet. The BizTalk Adapter for Web Services provides a set of functions (Web methods) that allow client systems, such as or , to gain access to server systems through Microsoft BizTalk Server 2002. For more information about using BizTalk Server, the BizTalk Adapter for Web Services, and SharePoint Products and Technologies, see the BizTalk Adapter for Web Services download on the Microsoft Download Center and the Biz Talk Server home page .

Live Communications Server 2003

Microsoft Live Communications Server can be installed on the same computer as or . Live Communications Server can provide online presence information (by way of instant messaging clients) to your SharePoint sites. For more information about online presence and SharePoint Products and Technologies, see Configuring Online Presence Settings in the Administrator's Guide.

For more information about Live Communications Server, see the Live Communications Server home page on Office Online.

Windows Rights Management Services and Information Rights Management 2003

You can use Windows Rights Management Services and Information Rights Management (IRM) 2003 to control permissions for documents when users open them in the Office 2003 client applications, such as Microsoft . Although SharePoint sites allow per-list permissions for document libraries and not per-document permissions, IRM per-document permissions apply when using the Office client applications. Users who view or control permissions for a document by using IRM must be authenticated by usinga Microsoft .NET Passport account or Windows Rights Management Services.

For more information about information rights management, see Overview of Information Rights Management in the . For more information about Information Rights Management 2003, see the Windows Rights Management Technology Center on the Microsoft Web site.

Internet Security and Authentication (ISA) Server 2000 and 2004

You can use Microsoft ISA Server 2000 or 2004 to provide extranet proxy and firewall support for Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies. Because ISA Server is a firewall and proxy server intended to add a layer of security between external users and your SharePoint Products and Technologies servers, you should run ISA Server on a separate server from the server or servers that run or . For more information about ISA Server and , see the white paper Deploying on an Extranet by Using ISA Server 2000 and ISA Server 2004 . For more information about ISA Server and , see the white paper Reverse Proxy Configurations for Windows SharePoint Services .

SQL Server 2000 and WMSDE

SharePoint Products and Technologies rely on Microsoft SQL Server 2000 for database support. Small installations of can also use Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Desktop Engine (Windows) (WMSDE). SQL Server can run on the same computer as either or , or it can run on a separate database server that you configure to work with your front-end Web servers.

Note: For server farm deployments, the component for backward-compatible document libraries cannot be installed on the same computer as SQL Server 2000.

For more information about the databases used with SharePoint Products and Technologies, see theAdministrator's Guideor theAdministrator's Guide.

Microsoft Products and Technologies That Coexist or Interoperate with

The following Microsoft server products can coexist with but not with . Some of these products need further configuration before they can work with .

2003

Microsoft2003 relies on to provide collaboration features for , such as document libraries and issue-tracking and risk-tracking services. You install separately from , and then configure to work with . For more information, see the Project Server 2003 Installation Guide .

Exchange Server 2003

Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and can coexist on the same server computer. They can even interoperate, with Exchange Server providing support for e-mailenabled document libraries in . However, you must perform a few specific configuration steps in to make sure that Exchange Server can handle its own HTTP and HTTPS requests, rather than having those requests intercepted by .

Like any other Web application running on a server that is also running , Exchange Server Web applications such as Outlook Web Access and Outlook Mobile Access must be assigned an excluded path in . For more information about the specific configuration steps to enable Exchange Server Web applications to work on a server running , see the Microsoft Knowledge Base article You receive a "Page not found" error message when you use Outlook Web Access (OWA) to browse the Exchange Server 2003 client after you install Windows SharePoint Services .

In addition, if you are running both Microsoft Exchange Server and on the same server computer, you must be sure to configure to use Kerberos authentication. For more information about Kerberos and , seethe Microsoft Knowledge Base article How toconfigure a Windows SharePoint Services virtual server to use Kerberos authentication .

For more information about e-mailenabled document libraries, see Configuring E-Mail-Enabled Document Libraries in theAdministrator's Guide.

Microsoft Products and Technologies That Do Not Coexist or Interoperate with

The following Microsoft products and technologies should not be installed on servers that are also running .

  • Microsoft Application Center (any version)

  • Microsoft Office Server Extensions (any version)

  • SharePoint Team Services from Microsoft

  • Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2001

Microsoft Products and Technologies That Do Not Coexist or Interoperate with

The following Microsoft products and technologies should not be installed on servers that are also running .

  • Microsoft Exchange Server (any version)

  • Microsoft Site Server (any version)

  • Microsoft Office Server Extensions (any version)

Summary

The following table summarizes how the products mentioned on this page coexist and interoperate with SharePoint Products and Technologies.

Product

Can coexist withWindows SharePoint Services?

Can coexist withSharePoint Portal Server?

Application Center (all versions)

No

No

Application Center (all versions)

No

No

BizTalk Server 2002

Yes

Yes

BizTalk Server 2002

Yes

Yes

BizTalk Server 2004

Yes

Yes

BizTalk Server 2004

Yes

Yes

Exchange Server

Yes

No

Exchange Server

Yes

No

Index Server

Yes

Yes

Index Server

Yes

Yes

Indexing Service

Yes

Yes

Indexing Service

Yes

Yes

Information Rights Management 2003

Yes

Yes

Information Rights Management 2003

Yes

Yes

ISA Server 2000

Yes

Yes

ISA Server 2000

Yes

Yes

ISA Server 2004

Yes

Yes

ISA Server 2004

Yes

Yes

Live Communications Server 2003

Yes

Yes

Live Communications Server 2003

Yes

Yes

Office Server Extensions (all versions)

No

No

Office Server Extensions (all versions)

No

No

Project Server 2003

No

No

Project Server 2003

No

No

SharePoint Portal Server 2001

No

No

SharePoint Portal Server 2001

No

No

SharePoint Team Services

No

No

SharePoint Team Services

No

No

Site Server (all versions)

No

No

Site Server (all versions)

No

No

SQL Server 2000

Yes

Yes, with the exception of the component for backward-compatible document libraries

SQL Server 2000

Yes

Yes, with the exception of the component for backward-compatible document libraries

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