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    Peter Franks

    Excellent find Steve, thanks for posting! 

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    Tom Wilson

    Hey Everyone. Just ran into this.

    Essentially what this means is...

    That you cannot develop a SharePoint 2013 sandbox solution on a VM that has a domain controller installed.

    Conclusion: Since CloudShare ONLY offers a SharePoint 2013 VM with a domain controller installed you cannot develop Sandbox Solutions for SharePoint 2013 with CloudShare.

     

    Will this be resolved in the future?

    Thanks,

    Tom

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    Peter Franks

    Hey Tom - try the 'unconfigured' or 'server bits only' template.  That one should be exactly what you need.  Or we also have a full pre-built SP2013 farm in our Showcase.  The farm version has a separate AD-DC.

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    Tom Wilson

    Wow. Foot officially in mouth. I misunderstood the "SharePoint bits" VM. And wasn't aware of Showcase page.

    Thanks so much!

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    Peter Franks

    No worries!

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    Branislav Stojic

    Hi,

    I have recently subscribed for cloud share account and running into same issue. This is my environment I have selected one of the options available.

    Project Server 2013 RTM

    Description: OS: Windows Server 2012 RC x64

    Spec: 80 GB HD / 5 GB RAM

    Installed:

    • Project Server 2013 RTM

    • SharePoint Server 2013 RTM

    • Office Professional Plus 2013 RTM

    • Visio 2013 RTM

    • Visual Studio 2012 Professional Edition 

    Additional Information:

    • Service accounts password: Qazwsx1

    • SharePoint Farm Passphrase: ILoveSp2013
    OS: Windows 

     

    What else do I need in order to be able to create visual web parts , web parts and be able to use them in the VM?

     

    Thanks

    Brano

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    Bob Beliveau

    Hello Branislov, looks like you are also running the AD-DC role on that machine. Scott's suggestion to use "server bits only" as your starting point above should work for you as well. 

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