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Managing the Server

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Your team solutions must be installed on a server containing specific applications and components, including Microsoft SQL Server™ 7.0 and a Web server. The server owner is responsible for setting up and maintaining the server. Once the server is set up appropriately, the solution owner uses the Microsoft Access Workflow Designer administration tool, the Team Solutions Manager, for the overall setup and maintenance of team solutions, which consists of a solution database and a team Web site.

While managing a server, the server owner has the following responsibilities:

  • Setting up the server   Installing and configuring the appropriate prerequisites and installing the Microsoft Office Developer server components. For more information, see Installation and Setup.

    Note   When you install the server components, SQL Server should be installed and running in integrated security mode. The user installing Office Developer server components must be logged on as the system administrator on SQL Server.

  • Configuring server security   Creating SQL Server logins to grant users access to the databases on the server and setting Web permissions to control who has browse, authoring, or administrative permissions to create and access new databases and Web sites. For more information, see Creating Accounts, Logins, Roles and Users.

  • Maintaining server integrity   Backing up and restoring the solution files, including the databases and the Web files. For more information, see Backing Up and Restoring the Server.

While the server owner has responsibility for managing the server, the solution owner is responsible for maintaining the individual team solutions once they are installed. For information about the solution owner's duties, see Managing Team Solutions.

Note   The Access Workflow Designer does not support the Microsoft Windows NT® Server/Microsoft Windows® 2000 Server Roaming User Profiles feature in this release.

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