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System requirements

Before deploying Esri Maps for SharePoint, the following prerequisites must be met:

  • Microsoft SharePoint Server or Foundation 2010 or 2013
  • An ArcGIS account (ArcGIS Online or Portal for ArcGIS)
  • Esri Maps for SharePoint requires a set of MIME types to be present on the SharePoint server on which Esri Maps for SharePoint is installed. The required MIME types are listed below.
    • .svg image/svg+xml
    • The ArcGIS Map Web Partrelies on the Microsoft Silverlight platform. Additional MIME types are also required if using this web part:
      • .xaml application/xaml+xml
      • .xap application/x-silverlight-app
      • .xbap application/x-ms-xbap
    See Configuring IIS for Silverlight applications for additional information.
  • Secure store service—For SharePoint 2010 and 2013 (excluding Foundation), the OAuth app ID and secret are stored in the Secure Store Service. Ensure the Secure Store Service is started and an encryption key exists. For additional details, see Configure the Secure Store Service in SharePoint 2013 or Configure the Secure Store Service (SharePoint Server 2010). See the steps below to access the Secure Store Service and generate a new key.
    1. On the Central Administration home page, in the Application Management section, click Manage service applications.
    2. Click the Secure Store Service link.
    3. Click Generate New Key. You can now exit Central Administration.
  • Portal for ArcGIS—To successfully run the Esri Maps Locate workflow in Portal, configure the geocoder service according to If the service is not from a federated server and requires credentials section of Configure utility services in your Portal for ArcGIS documentation.
  • SharePoint 2010—To successfully run the Esri Maps Locate workflow in SharePoint 2010, download and install the certificate from ArcGIS Online or your Portal for ArcGIS instance.

    Download the certificate.

    1. Browse to (or the portal you are using). Be sure to use https.
    2. Click the Security Report icon (padlock) in the URL address bar.
    3. Click View certificates on the Website Identification dialog box that appears.
    4. Click the Certification Path tab on the Certificates dialog box.
    5. Select DigiCert and click View certificate.
    6. Click the Details tab on the Certificates dialog box.
    7. Click Copy to File to start the Certificate Export Wizard.
    8. On the first page of the Certificate Export Wizard, click Next.
    9. Select the Base-64 encoded X.509 (.cer) option and click Next.
    10. Save the file to a known location on disk and click Next on the Certificate Export Wizard.
    11. Click Finish.

      A message appears stating that the export was successful.

    Import the certificate to SharePointSharePoint.

    1. Open SharePoint Central Administration in a browser with elevated permissions (Run as Administrator).
    2. Click Security and click Manage Trust under the General Security heading.
    3. Click New, specify a name, and browse to the root certificate you saved in the previous steps.
    4. Click OK. The certificate in now added to the SharePoint server instance.

Supported browsers:

  • Chrome (latest)
  • Firefox (latest)
  • Internet Explorer (9, 10, 11)