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Installing KanBo on existing SQL database

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This article describes how to launch KanBo setup while all the previous installation steps are completed: registering and adding the app on SharePoint, registering certificates etc.

1. Make sure that the database is created on your SQL Server and there is a right connection string in KanBo web.config. It should point exactly to this KanBo database.
    <add name="KanBoContentConnectionString" connectionString="Data Source=YourSQL; Initial Catalog=KanBo_Content_db; Integrated Security=true; MultipleActiveResultSets=True" providerName="System.Data.SqlClient" />

2. Run KanBo from your SharePoint site.

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3. Choose Cancel when prompted for it.

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4. Enter setup when asked to enter it.

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5. In Setup, choose Advanced.

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6. Select Create content schema and wait for it to finish.

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7. Click on the Initialize Content database and wait for it to finish.

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8. Click on License ID and wait until it shows your ID. Send it to KanBo reprentative.

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9. The representative from KanBo will send you the license key. Add it to web.config in this line and save the config:
   <add key="KanBoLicenseKey" value="" />

10. In setup, click reauthenticate.

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11. Once setup is restarted, run the Automatic setup.
You should be given a communicate that KanBo is now usable.

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