Install the SharePoint 2013 web service on the SharePoint 2013 front-end web servers in your environment.
You can install the SharePoint 2013 web service using the graphical interface of the Services Manager Setup Tool or through the command line. After the installation process is finished, you can enable the service and continue configuration through the control panel.
The installation process includes preliminary configuration to create the web service account and IIS application pool, and define the service port.
This task assumes the Services Manager installer is running and the Select Deployment Task page is displayed.
After you install the web service, continue the configuration using the Services Manager control panel. For more information, see Configure the SharePoint 2013 service.
|/UserName:username||The application pool ID. Usually, this is the SharePoint administrator user. This parameter is optional if you are using /GenerateCredentials.|
|/Password:password||The application pool password. This parameter is optional if you are using /GenerateCredentials.|
|/ServicePort:port||Inbound port to be used and added to the CortexServices web site. Default = 8095|
|/AutoCreateUser:True | False||Optional. Create the service account in Active Directory.|
|/GenerateCredentials:True | False||Optional. Generate the password for the service account.|
Install-location denotes the web service installation directory on the local computer. The default directory is C:Program Files (x86)CitrixCortex.The Configuration Tool performs initial configuration of the web service and returns the command prompt.
install-locationServicesSharePoint2013ConfigurationSharePointConfigConsole.exe /UserName:shpt_svc_acct /Password:password /ServicePort:8095
When the installation process is finished, configure the SharePoint 2013 service through the Services Manager control panel. For instructions, see Configure the SharePoint 2013 service.