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Office 2010 Workflow: Developing Collaborative Solutions by Mark J. Collins

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Chapter 2. Setting Up a Development Environment

In this chapter I'll show you how to set up a development environment. As you probably noticed from the previous chapter, you need to install and configure several software products. The easiest approach is to put all of this on a single machine, and I'll explain how to do that. In addition, you will need to configure e-mail and set up multiple user accounts to simulate a production environment.

Single-Computer Installation

The SharePoint products require a 64-bit operating system and lots of memory; they require 4GB at a minimum, but 6GB or 8GB is recommended, especially if you're installing everything on a single machine. Your operating system choices are narrowed down to Windows Server 2008 or Windows ...

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