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Configure using BizTalk Configuration | Azure Virtual Machine

Updated: September 29, 2014

BizTalk Server can be configured using Basic Configuration or Custom Configuration. Consider the following:

 

  Basic Configuration Custom Configuration

BizTalk Groups

Automatically creates local groups. No option to use domain groups.

You enter the domain groups.

SQL Server

Use this option when SQL Server is installed on the BizTalk Server virtual machine.

Use this option when SQL Server is installed on a separate computer (virtual machine).

Database Names

Generated automatically.

You can modify the default values.

Service Account

All BizTalk Server services run as the account you specify.

You can enter different accounts for different services.

This topic lists the following steps:

Configure BizTalk using Basic Configuration

Configure BizTalk using Custom Configuration

When you use the Basic Configuration, consider the following:

  • The logged-on user account must be a member of the local administrators group and have System Administrator rights on SQL Server.

  • SQL Server must be installed on the BizTalk Server virtual machine.

To use Basic Configuration:

  1. Click Start, click All Programs, click BizTalk Server 2013, right-click BizTalk Server Configuration, and then click Run as Administrator.

  2. In Database server name, enter the virtual machine name that has BizTalk Server and SQL Server installed.

  3. Enter the User name and Password for the BizTalk services. If the virtual machine is added to your domain, the account must exist and can be a local account or a domain account.

  4. Click Configure.

    noteNote
    If you enter a user name with administrative credentials, you may receive a warning. The warning is normal. Click OK to continue.

  5. On the Summary screen, review the configuration about to be performed, and then click Next.

  6. On the Completion screen, click Finish.

When you use the Basic Configuration, consider the following:

  • The logged-on user account must be a member of the local administrators group and have System Administrator rights on SQL Server.

  • SQL Server and BizTalk Server are installed on separate virtual machines.

To use Custom Configuration:

  1. Click Start, click All Programs, click BizTalk Server 2013, right-click BizTalk Server Configuration, and then click Run as Administrator.

  2. Click Custom configuration.

  3. In Database server name, enter the SQL Server virtual machine name.

  4. Enter the User name and Password for the BizTalk services. If the virtual machine is added to your domain, the account must exist, and must be a domain user account.

  5. Click Configure.

    noteNote
    If you enter a user name with administrative credentials, you may receive a warning. This warning is normal. Click OK to continue.

  6. Configure the individual components:

     

    Enterprise SSO

    Required. Click Enable Enterprise Single Sign-On on this computer and click Create a new SSO system.

    The additional values are automatically populated. Click the ellipses (…) to select the domain account and domain groups.

    Enterprise SSO secret

    Required. Enter the SSO Master Secret password and a password reminder.

    ImportantImportant
    It is important to know this password and share this password with other BizTalk Administrators.

    Group

    Required. Click Enable BizTalk Server Group on this computer and click Create a new BizTalk Group.

    The additional values are automatically populated. Click the ellipses (…) to select the domain groups.

    BizTalk Runtime

    Required. Click Register the BizTalk Server runtime components.

    The additional values are automatically populated. Click the ellipses (…) to select the domain groups.

    An In-Process Host instance runs as a BizTalk process. An Isolated Host runs as an IIS process.

    Business Rules Engine

    Optional. If you are using Business Rules Engine (BRE), click Enable Business Rules Engine on this computer.

    The additional values are automatically populated. Click the ellipses (…) to select the domain account.

    BAM Tools

    Optional. If you are using Business Activity Monitoring (BAM), click Enable Business Activity Monitoring tools. The additional values are automatically populated.

    Analysis Services is also an option and requires you to enter the SQL Server name and the database name.

    BAM Alerts

    Optional. Uses SQL Notification Services, which is not installed.

    BAM Alerts requires the BAM Tools.

    BAM Portal

    Optional. If you are using Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) and want to use the BAM Portal, click Enable BAM Portal. The BAM Portal requires the BAM Tools.

    The additional values are automatically populated. Click the ellipses (…) to select the domain account and domain groups.

    BizTalk EDI/AS2 Runtime

    Optional. If you are using EDI and AS2, click Enable BizTalk EDI/AS2 Runtime on this computer and the additional options.

    The EDI/AS2 Runtime requires the BAM Tools.

  7. Click Apply Configuration.

  8. On the Summary screen, review your configuration options specified, and then click Next.

  9. When complete, click Finish.

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