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"> Installing the SharePoint Connector on IIS 7.0 for P6 v7 Content Repository [ID 913539.1] Modified 06-MAY-2010 In this Document Symptoms Cause Solution Type PROBLEM Status PUBLISHED

Applies to:
Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management - Version: 7.0 and later [Release: 7.0 and later ] All Platforms

Symptoms
When configuring P6 v7 Content Repository with Microsoft SharePoint on IIS 7.0 (Windows 2008 Server), the considerations below should be made in addition to the general installation steps.

Cause
The Oracle | Primavera SharePoint connector used to integration P6 v7 Content Repository with Microsoft SharePoint will not connect natively without modifying Authentication and Application Pool settings for the connector and SharePoint Website when installing onto a Windows 2008 Server with IIS 7.0.

Solution
The following steps should be used to configure the Oracle | Primavera SharePoint Connector and Microsoft SharePoint WebSite after the normal installation procedures are followed from the Administrator's Guide, when installing onto a Windows 2008 Server using IIS 7.0: These changes will not have any effect to the end user and will not open any security vulnerabilities. Also, these steps are not necessary when installing onto Windows 2003 Server using IIS 6.0. 1. From the Central Administration SharePoint URL, select Application Management >> Authentication Providers. This will put you onto the Edit Authentication screen. Configure SharePoint application for NTLM Integration Windows Authentication:

2 From the IIS Manager: select the SharePoint website >> Authentication. Enable ASP.NET Impersonation and Windows Authentication. Disable all other authentication types:

3 From the IIS Authentication Window for the SharePoint website, right-click ASP.NET Impersonation and select Edit. Verify that the value for the user to impersonate with ASP.NET Impersonation is set to Authenticated User:

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4 From the IIS Authentication Window for the SharePoint website, right-click Windows Authentication and select Advanced Settings. Uncheck Enable Kernel-Mode Authentication to disable kernel mode authentication:

5 From the IIS Manager, select Application Pools, right-click the SharePoint application pool, and select Advanced Settings. If not already, under the General Grouping, set the Managed Pipeline Mode to Classic. Also, under the Process Model Grouping, ensure that the Application pool Identity is set to use the Network Service account.

6 From the IIS Manager, select the WS_FPRPC website >> Authentication. Enable ASP.NET Impersonation and Anonymous Authentication. Disable all other authentication types:

7 From the IIS Authentication Window for the WS_FPRPC website, right-click Anonymous Authentication and select Edit. Verify that the value for the user to authenticate with Anonymous Authentication is set to Application Pool Identity:

8 From the IIS Authentication Window for the WS_FPRPC website, right-click ASP.NET Impersonation and select Edit. Verify that the value for the user to impersonate with ASP.NET Impersonation is set to Authenticated User:

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9 From the IIS Manager, select Application Pools, right-click the WS_FPRPC application pool, and select Advanced Settings. If not already, under the General Grouping, set the Managed Pipeline Mode to Classic. Also, under the Process Model Grouping, ensure that the Application pool Identity is set to use the Network Service Account.

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