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Configuration Overview for BizTalk Server 2013 and 2013 R2

Configuration Overview for BizTalk Server 2013 and 2013 R2

 

When you configure BizTalk Server, you can use the Basic Configuration option or the Custom Configuration option. Consider the following:

  • If your configuration uses domain groups, use the Custom Configuration option.

  • If your configuration uses custom group names instead of the default group names, use the Custom Configuration option.

  • If your configuration uses custom database names instead of the default database names, use the Custom Configuration option.

  • Basic Configuration is faster because it automatically creates the local groups and databases using the default names.

  • If BizTalk Server and SQL Server are on separate computers, domain groups are required. As a result, use the Custom Configuration.

This section lists the steps to configure BizTalk Server, including additional configuration-related topics.

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If your BizTalk Server environment uses SQL Server 2012/SQL Server 2014 and you use BAM Alerts, you must have already configured SQL Server Database Mail feature. To configure the Database Mail feature, see Configure Database Mail.

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