This is a discussion on RE: MOSS 2007 - Server Farm Configuration Not Complete - Sharepoint ; How to resolve the "Server Farm Configuration not complete"? Ans: navigate to the Operations Tab ->Service on Server. On the Services on Server page, there is a table with a list of the services and their status. There are three ...
How to resolve the "Server Farm Configuration not complete"?
Ans: navigate to the Operations Tab ->Service on Server. On the Services on
Server page, there is a table with a list of the services and their status.
There are three services (Excel Calculation Services, Office SharePoint
Server Search and Windows SharePoint Services Help Search) that are Required
on a Farm. In fact, each, previously listed services, has a comment,
“Required on Farm, not running. In the event any of the services are not
started the “Server Farm Configuration Not Complete” is displayed over the
Quick Launch bar.
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> I was looking for the solutions for 2 days now.
> One SSP created, the key is to change the status of the administration task
> named "Service level settings for SharedServices1" into Completed (or delete
> it I suppose).
> The red message is miraculously gone! :-)
> "JA" wrote:
> > Hi, I've just finished installing MOSS 2007 (evaluation edition) on a server
> > in a server farm configuration.
> > The SQL is stored on a separate server. When bringing up Central
> > Administration, I went through the "administrator task list", set up services
> > (like index), and created the default Shared Services Provider.
> > Everything looks okay, and the site seems to be working fine. However, it
> > still says, in big red type "! Server Farm Configuration Not Complete !"
> > I went ahead and set all the tasks to 100% complete, status complete, etc,
> > but the message won't go away. All the services show as running.
> > I only have a single Sharepoint server, although I've specified "farm", but
> > from what I can tell, this shouldn't be a problem. Any ideas what I'm
> > missing?
> > Thanks.