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How to Recover the BAS Site Configuration

If you are using Business Activity Services (BAS), you must recover the BAS Site configuration as a part of recovering your BizTalk server. The BAS Site is a Windows SharePoint Services site. If you are not using BAS, this procedure is optional.

  • You must be logged on as a member of the Administrators group to perform this procedure.

  • You must ensure that your Windows SharePoint Services configuration and content databases are intact on a remote server.

    If the Windows SharePoint Services databases are not recoverable, you must reconfigure Windows SharePoint Services. For more information about configuring Windows SharePoint Services, see the topic "Configuring the Windows SharePoint Services Adapter" in BizTalk Server 2006 R2 Help at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=106630.

  1. Click Start, click Settings, click Control Panel, double-click Administrative Tools, and then double-click SharePoint Central Administration.

  2. On the Windows SharePoint Services Central Administration page, create the application pool.

  3. Under Server Configuration, click Set configuration database server.

  4. On the Set Configuration Database Server page, in Database server, enter the name of the server hosting the Windows SharePoint Services configuration database. Then, in SQL Server database name, enter the name of the database, select Connect to existing database, and then click OK.

  5. Under Virtual Server Configuration, click Extend or upgrade virtual server.

  6. In the Virtual Server List, click Default Web Site.

  7. Under Provisioning Options, click Extend and map to another virtual server.

  8. Verify that the drop-down list for Server Mapping shows the Default Web Site as the host name or IIS virtual server name.

  9. Specify the application pool details, and then click Apply.

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