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Step 4. Installing Enterprise Server 9

Step 4. Installing Enterprise Server 9

This is step 4 of performing a full installation of Enterprise Server 9. (See a list of all steps)

Step 1. Download the Enterprise Server application from the software download page.

Note: The name of the file is EnterpriseServer_10.x.x_Buildyy.zip, where "x" stands for the Server version number and "y" for the build number. For example: EnterpriseServer_10.0.0_Build100.

Step 2. Unzip the file.

This will create a folder named Enterprise containing files such as index.php, index.html, index.htm.

Step 3. Copy the complete Enterprise folder to the server machine’s Web root folder (such as webroot).

Step 4. Create a FileStore folder and apply access rights.

Note: The default location for the FileStore folder is as follows:

Mac OS: /FileStore

Windows: c:\FileStore

This is not a location we advise to use for production systems; it has just been chosen to allow easy initial installation. The location can always be changed at a later stage.

Make sure that read and write access is set for the following users:

Mac OS: “www”

Windows: “IUSR_<servername>”

Linux: “nobody”

Tip: A typical setup would be to create a root FileStore and create the other directories in it.

Step 5. Verify the following options in the configserver.php file:

Step 6. Verify the following options in the config.php file:

Note: If a standard installation is performed using all standard paths with Application Server, database and FileStore all on a single machine, there may be no need to change this configuration file.

Next step

Step 5: Setting up a File Transfer Server

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