Recovery Manager for SharePoint Premier Edition
Migration Manager for Sharepoint
Server Administrator for SharePoint
Migration Suite for SharePoint
Migrator for SharePoint Online
Note: If multiple users are supposed to work with Site Administrator for SharePoint simultaneously,
install the product on several front-end servers, and then configure load-balancing
It is also recommended to deploy multiple instances configuration using the balancer.cmd script.
Please see the following section for detailed information.
I have two questions based on that:
The Online documentation is available on new url http://documents.software.dell.com/Site Admin for Sharepoint/
And information about balancer.cmd is here http://documents.software.dell.com/DOC103050
Speaking about multiple WFEs installations – it’s necessary to use the same repository DB. In this case all the installations will work as single one (because they share common configuration) but at the same time load balancing can be used to improve the Site Admin performance.
>>The customer has a mirrored SQL environment so during the second installation, a second DB was created
Right, if new SQL instance has been selected during the installation new DB will be created. But it’s useless and it’s better to redirect the second installation to the first installation repository DB
>> If he points this second installation to the first Repository DB, the IP URL only seems to work if it is pointing to the first WFE SA was installed on. Is that normal?
Do you mean that after a redirection the second installation to the first Repository DB the second installation IP URL stops working? If so, it’s not normal. Perhaps the redirection was not done properly. How did they do that? It’s necessary to edit the registry keys
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Quest Software\Sharepoint Manager
To eliminate any errors, it’s better to copy values from the first installation registry keys