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Microsoft Sharepoint 2013 : Office Web Apps Configuration Options (part 5) - Using the HTTPS Protocol

4/7/2015 4:57:41 AM
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Using the HTTPS Protocol

The previous section outlines the basic steps for binding a SharePoint 2013 farm to an Office Web Apps farm, but only using the HTTP protocol. The following steps create a farm using the HTTPS protocol:

1. Remote desktop into the OWA server as the account with which you performed the install. In this example, it is Contoso\sp_install.
2. Open Windows PowerShell by right-clicking on it and choose Run as Administrator.
3. Type the following line and press Enter to load the Office Web Apps PowerShell cmdlets:
Import-Module OfficeWebApps
4. To create the farm, type the following PowerShell command and press Enter:
New-OfficeWebAppsFarm –InternalURL https://owa.contoso.com –EditingEnabled:$true 
-CertificateName "owa.contoso.com"
5. Acknowledge yes, that you are enabling this specific functionality, by pressing Enter when prompted.
6. When completed, you will receive the OWA summary farm confirmation shown in Figure 9.

FIGURE 9

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7. Confirm your farm is operational by using a web browser. To do so, open the following URL: https://owa.contoso.com/hosting/discovery. You should see the Web app Open Platform Interface (WOPI)-discovery XML file shown in Figure 10.

FIGURE 10

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That completes the installation and configuration of the Office Web Apps farm. From here you need to bind that farm to whichever host you choose. In this case, the next section steps you through binding the Office Web Apps farm with the SharePoint 2013 farm using HTTPS.

The preceding steps are almost identical to those outlined in the “Single-Server Installation (HTTP)” configuration section. The critical difference here to note is that this Office Web Apps farm will be using HTTPS communications. By default, whenever you use the New-OfficeWebAppsFarm cmdlet, it defaults to using the HTTPS protocol.

 
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