Configuring Service Bus for Windows Server using Configuration Wizard
Applies To: Service Bus for Windows Server 1.1
This section contains the configuration procedure for Service Bus 1.1 using the Service Bus Configuration Wizard.
You can either configure Service Bus 1.1 using the Service Bus Configuration Wizard or PowerShell. Using them interchangeably is not supported.
After the Web Platform Installer finishes, you can start the Service Bus Configuration Wizard. Use the following procedure:
Open the Start menu.
In All Programs, click Service Bus 1.1. Click Service Bus Configuration to start the Service Bus Configuration Wizard.
The configuration wizard guides through configuring a new Service Bus farm (cluster of servers), joining an existing farm, or leaving a farm that you have already joined. If you decide to create a farm, you can either choose to use the default settings or enter custom values for settings that identify and configure the farm you are creating. The Service Bus 1.1 Configuration Wizard supports the following operations:
Creating a New Farm2: You can use this operation to create the farm. This operation is only required for the first computer of the farm. After the farm is created, you can use the Join Farm operation to add more computers to the farm.
Joining an Existing Farm2: You can use this operation to add the computer to the existing farm.
Leaving a Farm1: You can use this operation to remove the computer from the farm.
The Service Bus Configuration Wizard uses the Service Bus PowerShell cmdlets for all the operations mentioned in this list. You can use the wizard to set your farm properties, and then export the generated cmdlet script for future use. You cannot use the wizard to modify settings or to perform operations after the farm is created.