This article describes Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 installation scenarios that are not supported.
For information about best practices for using SharePoint 2013 in a virtual configuration, see Use best practice configurations for the SharePoint 2013 virtual machines and Hyper-V environment
Consider the following scenario:
In this scenario, the following symptoms occur:
- Instances of SPUCWorkerProcessProxy.exe are continuously created until server memory runs out or you stop SharePoint Foundation Sandboxed Code Service through SharePoint Central Administration.
- For every instance of SPUCWorkerProcessProxy.exe, an instance of SPUCWorkerProcess.exe starts and then stops immediately. Therefore, SPUCWorkerProcess.exe never runs.
Additionally, if you create a simple Visual Studio workflow solution, for example, and then you try to attach the workflow to the process, you receive the following error message:
Unable to attach. Process 'SPUCWORKERPROCESS.exe' is not running on 'SPDEVSERVER'.
The following SharePoint Server 2013 installation scenarios are not supported:
- You try to install SharePoint Server 2013 on a drive that is formatted by using Resilient File System (ReFS).
Note In this scenario, the installation fails, and the following error message is logged in the Setup log file:
datetime:: Catalyst file system check failed: The path root D:\ is not NTFS
datetime:: Showing message Title: 'Setup Warning', Message: 'The install location must be on a drive formatted with NTFS. Select another drive.'
datetime:: Message returned: 1
- You install SharePoint Server 2013 in a workgroup.
- You install SharePoint Server 2013 on a domain controller.
Note This scenario is supported only for development configurations and not for production configurations.
- You install SharePoint Server 2013 on Windows Web Server.
- You install SharePoint Server 2013 on a virtual machine (VM) that uses the Microsoft Hyper-V Dynamic Memory feature.
- You disable Distributed Cache in a production farm configuration.
Article ID: 2764086 - Last Review: June 25, 2015 - Revision: 4.0
- Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013
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