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Installing Microsoft Content Management Server (CMS) is a pretty straightforward process In this chapter, you'll find information on how to install CMS, elements that should be considered before you install CMS, and some troubleshooting issues too Because this book is primarily a developer-oriented book, we'll not dive into all the nooks and crannies of a CMS installation However, if you need introductory information on how to install CMS, then this chapter is for you Table of Contents
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The minimum hardware and software requirements vary, depending on the type of server you're planning to install For instance, if you are planning to install CMS for your developers, then the following laundry list applies: Windows 2000 Professional, Server, or Advanced Server with Service Pack 2 or later Internet Explorer 60 or later
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