Install Duet Enterprise for SharePoint and SAP Server 2.0
Applies to: Duet Enterprise for Microsoft SharePoint and SAP Server 2.0
Summary: Learn how to install and configure Duet Enterprise 2.0 on servers running SharePoint Server 2013.
The articles in this section describe how to install and configure Duet Enterprise for Microsoft SharePoint and SAP Server 2.0 on servers that are running SharePoint Server 2013. Additional configuration is required in the SAP environment to create a complete and functioning deployment of Duet Enterprise 2.0. For information about the steps that are required to configure Duet Enterprise 2.0 in the SAP environment, see Duet Enterprise SAP Deployment Guide on the SAP Support Portal website.
The process to install Duet Enterprise 2.0 has five stages. These five stages use a combination of the user interface in the SharePoint Central Administration website and the Windows command line. Each of the five stages of the Duet Enterprise 2.0 deployment has specific steps that must be performed.
In this section:
Stage 1: Install binary files in Duet Enterprise for SharePoint and SAP Server 2.0 The Duet Enterprise 2.0 binary files are copied from the installation source to the host computer by the SharePoint administrator.
Stage 2: Install, configure, and register Duet Enterprise for Microsoft SharePoint and SAP Server 2.0 Duet Enterprise 2.0 is installed and configured by using the DuetConfig.exe -install command.
Stage 3: Create a master key for Duet Enterprise for SharePoint and SAP Server 2.0 A master key is created in the Secure Store Service application for use with Duet Enterprise 2.0.
Stage 4: Manage DuetRoot certificate in Duet Enterprise for SharePoint and SAP Server 2.0 The SharePoint administrator creates, configures, exports, and shares the DuetRoot certificate with the SAP administrator.
Stage 5: Configure a trust relationship between SharePoint and SAP The SharePoint administrator performs additional security configuration between the SharePoint and SAP systems.
These procedures must be completed in the order listed.
Before you begin
Make sure that you have all the needed information from your SAP administrator before you begin these procedures. This includes the following:
LsiUrl - Links the SAP system to the SharePoint system. A separate LsiUrl is required for importing each model.
MetadataURL - Links the SAP system to the SharePoint system. Required for importing models.
All user accounts created in Active Directory and ready to use in the SharePoint system.
All services and service accounts turned on and created.
All web applications created and extended for Duet Enterprise 2.0.
The SharePointSSL certificate created, bound, exported, and shared with the SAP administrator.
The SAPSSL certificate created, trusted (on the SAP system), exported, and shared with the SharePoint administrator.