Download SharePoint 2010 Pre-Requisites

A Powershell script that downloads each item in a list of URLs (of SharePoint 2010 pre-requisites) to a user-specified location. The latest release has an updated URL for the Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services ADOMD.NET.

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  • Thanks ))
    1 Posts | Last post July 30, 2017
  • Link Update
    2 Posts | Last post March 03, 2016
    • Here's the updated link (as of 2016-03-02) for the rsSharePoint.msi file as retrieved from the source forwarding link in your script:
      Cheers! ;)
    • Thanks, I'll look into updating the corresponding link in AutoSPSourceBuilder as it effectively supersedes this script.
  • Provide the PreInstaller link
    1 Posts | Last post March 11, 2015
    • Provide me the PreInstaller link
  • Thanks
    3 Posts | Last post March 11, 2015
    • Brian, I just took MMS provision down. Thanks for the link! A big respect to your AutoSPInstaller who is saving thousands of hours for IT Professionals. CHeers
    • Great, thank you.
    • Thanks
  • prerequisiteinstaller
    2 Posts | Last post November 13, 2013
    • I downloaded prerequisiteinstaller.exe.
      After running it, it shows me “enter destination path for the downloaded files”
      Please how can I resolve this issue?
      How can I know the destination path?
    • you may kindly also email me the solution
  • Improvement suggestion
    8 Posts | Last post February 08, 2013
    • Hi,
      Nice, but very hardcoded content here.
      Why not launch the PreRequisiteInstaller, download all the PreReqs, and copy them from the IE Temp folder to the DestFolder?
      That's how I do with any builds of SharePoint. That ensures appropriate PreReqs sync with the build used.
    • I found it useful for an offline or automated/optimized installation of SharePoint 2010
    • That could definitely work, I wasn't sure if the PrerequisiteInstaller only downloaded missing patches, or all possible updates though. The script (although hard-coded, I agree) will download all of them, regardless of whether they're needed on the particular machine you're running it on. Do you know if PreRequisiteInstaller will also do this? Or only updates needed on that particular computer?
    • Hi,
      Just wanted to thank you. I am installing SharePoint 2010 on a server that has no internet access. This saved me alot of heartache.
    • PreRequisiteInstaller doesnot work when you are installing on windows 7, you do have to rely on manually downloading and installing, i modified your script to fully automate prepping windows 7 image for SP2010 install and used the technet scripts to install sharepoint 2010, Thanks for the script and keep up the good work ;)
    • If you prereqs.exe does not connect to the internet, it may be a DNS error. I've noticed on my home DNS network I cannot download the prereqs, or access, but it works fine from other computers. Guess DNS is not configured right
    • I fixed my above DNS issue by creating a Forwarder in my DNS server's DNS Manager. Under my Machine name, there is a file called Forwarders. I simply added my network's router gateway IP here and applied my changes and did a ipconfig /flushdns on my problem server. Works fine and was able to download the updates.
    • true
  • SharePoint 2013
    3 Posts | Last post January 11, 2013
    • Have you do any document on Pre-Requisites of SharePoint 2013?
    • Are you asking if the script supports prerequisites for SharePoint 2013? Or if I have any general documentation on prerequisites in SharePoint 2013...?
      For the first question, see - it handles both SP2010 and SP2013 prerequisites.
      For the second question, a quick search of TechNet will surely turn up some guidance. Let me know if you need something specific.
    • To Answers the supposed question, this is what you are looking for, late I know but there it is:
  • SharePoint 2010 power
    2 Posts | Last post November 15, 2012
    • Have any solutions with PowerShell in SharePoint 2010?
    • What type of solutions are you looking for, specifically? My main contribution to SharePoint 2010 with PowerShell is AutoSPInstaller -
      Hope this helps,
  • Suggestion
    1 Posts | Last post September 06, 2012
    • Got an error on rsSharePoint.msi, had to download it manually, along with the last 2. Still saves a bunch of time, a year later. Thank you.
  • Great Work
    1 Posts | Last post May 31, 2012
    • I've used this a few times in setting up test and demo VMS.  A great piece of work.
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