Step by Step Installation guide for SharePoint 2013

Installing SharePoint 2013 is very simple and almost same steps as we had followed when we installed SharePoint 2010. In this post I will explain step by step installation on a Stand Alone system used for trial or development purposes.
I have already installed Windows Server 2012 in my VM so I am good to go for my SharePoint 2013 installation.
Download the ISO for SharePoint and mount it. For mounting, just right click and say Mount.

Let us install the Pre-requisites first. Follow the screenshots below for clarity.

 Check the Accept checkbox and click Next

 Sit back and wait for the pre-requisites to be installed

 Click Finish and restart your system

 Once you restart the installer will continue and finish the installation. Then its time to double click the Setup.exe and start installing SharePoint 2013. The first thing you will see is that it will ask you to enter your Product Key. Enter the key and click on Continue.

 Once again it will ask you to accept to their terms which anyways we all have to.

Select the Server type, in my case I wanted a Stand Alone as I use this for development purposes. You can select your case and say Install Now. 

By default SharePoint will be installed in your C drive, I recommend you do not change it. However if that is one of your requirement, you can do it now in the File Location tab.

 Sit back, relax and wait for the installation to finish

Installation is complete now and you can now configure your SharePoint 2013

Finally, the installation is complete and now you will be asked to create the first SharePoint 2013 site and bingo, you have installed SharePoint 2013 successfully. You can now browse to the Central Admin and create Web applications, site collections and dive into the deep SharePoint sea.

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3 thoughts on “Step by Step Installation guide for SharePoint 2013

  1. I believe instead of having a default installation focus on setting up SharePoint with best practice and least privilege principle

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