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Installing nService on Windows Server 2008, Vista, Windows 7 or 8
Prepare MS SQL Server
The installer will create a new database using the "sa" account. You need to configure
your SQL Server to allow SQL Server authentication. In addition, you need to make
sure the "sa" database administrator account is enabled and has a non-blank password.
If you don't have SQL Server or don't know how to do the above, click here.
If you are running Windows 2008, make sure both of Web Server Role and Application Server Role are installed.
If you are running Vista, enable IIS first.
Then, download IIS
Web Deployment Tool. Don't install using the Web Platform Installer because it doesn't install
the "IIS Manager UI Module". Instead, download the package and install it. Make sure "IIS Manager UI Module"
is selected during the installation. Otherwise, the "Import Application" command in the next step will not
show up in IIS Manager.
Download nService4.zip (5M).
Go to Control Panel, Administrative Tools, run IIS Manager. Select the website you
want to run nService under, click the Import Application action on the right panel.
When prompted, select the nService zip file you just downloaded. Make sure you select
"Create New Database" during the installation.
Follow the instructions on the welcome page of nService to change the sessionState
in web.config from InProc to StateServer.
Sign in to nService as ns4.admin with no password.
Keep in mind that your nService web site may be slow the first
time you use it because IIS needs to compile its web pages.
Request a trial license
Without a license, nService allows one technician and unlimited end users.
To request a trial license that allows multiple concurrent technicians,
send an email to email@example.com.
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