The SharePoint 2010 Easy Setup Script will enable you to easily build a SharePoint developer machine.
The SharePoint 2010 Easy Setup Script is a new set of pre-packaged tools that
help developers easily get started with SharePoint 2010 development by
automating the provisioning of a developer workstation using Windows 7,
SharePoint & associated tools.
Written in Windows PowerShell these scripts will install and configure all
the pre-requisites & products to get you up and running with
Additionally the script will download evaluation copies of the products it
installs (or use fully licensed product bits you supply), install them either
locally or in a user supplied Windows 7 VHD & set that VHD up for duel boot
using the Windows 7 VHD native boot feature. It also allows you to configure
what products are installed via a configuration file, so you can add or remove
All the source is included for your use. If a particular aspect of the setup
isn’t right for your requirements then you have the ability to change it. A
good example of this might be to configure the SharePoint installation to fit
your organizations standard deployment.
Out of the box it will help you install:
- SharePoint Server 2010 + pre-requisites (Standalone)
- Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate Edition
- Silverlight 4 Tools for Visual Studio
- Expression Studio 4 Ultimate
- Open XML SDK
- Visual Studio SDK
- Visual Studio SharePoint Power Tools
- Office 2010 Professional Plus
- SharePoint Designer 2010
- Visio 2010
Supported Operating System
Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
After downloading the SharePoint Easy Setup Script kit, run the self-extracting executable to extract all of the kit files to your local machine. After the content is extracted, the starting page for the training kit will be displayed in your default browser. One the starting page click the Lab:SharePoint Development link. Open the Hands-On Lab document for instructions to run the scripts. Click on the Browse Source Files link to browse the PowerShell script files.