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Scan2x Web Standard Installation

 

 

 

 

Standard Installation

 

This is the simplest form of installation – Select the optional Components and Click on Install All.

 

 

N.B – Active Directory Authentication is still “in progress of implementation” and therefore this option is currently unavailable.

During the installation process if any port numbers – Site Names or any other option is not accessible or already have been taken, the setup will go step by step and warn you for each change and what each change has to be done by highlighting the corresponding setting.

 

Installation Sections Explanation

In the below sections an explanation will be given on each section of the installer and what each property does.

Scan Web Server

Website Source is where the files are copied from.

Scan Web Server default installation path is: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\ScanWebServer. The default name of the Website is Scan Web Server, and port number is 9009.

The Scan Web Server installs in 64 Bit, uses a Local DB implementation for the local queue, and enables user-based queue notifications by default.

The default application pool uses a specific user’s credentials. This is enabled by checking on “Specific User” and insert the user account credentials (It is preferred that it is an elevated administrator account).

Idle Timeout is set at 20 minutes. If you wish the server never times out, set the value to 0.

 

 

 

 

Scan Web Client

Website Source is where the files are copied from.

Scan Web Client default installation path is: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\ScanWebClient. The default name of the Website is Scan Web Client, and port number is 80.

The Scan Web Client installs in 64-bit mode, and the default application pool uses ‘Local Service’.

If the Port for Scan Web Server is changed, so should the ‘Web Server URL’ value in the Scan Web Client tab.

If the “Same as Server?” checkbox is ticked, the application Pool will use the user credentials from the Scan Web Server Settings.

 

 

 

Canon ImageRUNNER Advance Setup

The WebDAV Server is used for the Canon imageRUNNER MFD machine configuration – please ignore this if you are not using MFDs in your setup.

The WebDAV Server site default path is: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\WebDavServer and it uses port 9010.

The External URL value is set up by the installation setup – however confirm that the Connection URL is set to the external IP Address of the machine of where this server is installed.

You can either use the local account of the machine or create a specific user for this use.

User accounts need permissions for reading and writing of documents.

 

 

Optional Settings

There are two sections for settings – Client Settings and Server Settings

Client Settings

Logging options are set as default to Error and Warning. It is also possible to set logging verbosity to Info and Debug modes. These modes are only to be used for troubleshooting.

Auto Login Username can be set to “ADMIN” and the client will automatically log you in as Admin inside the client website.

Environment Settings

Logging options are set as default to Error and Warning. It is also possible to set logging verbosity to Info and Debug modes. These modes are only to be used for troubleshooting.

User Notifications is set to be checked by default during the installation – this is an optional setting, to have the system send user queue notifications to the users on the environment.

 

 

The following issues will hinder the installation and prompt an error message box to appear accordingly, However the setup will assist you in solving these issues.

• The selected port/s is already in use.

• The selected server name/s is already in use.

• The chosen “Specific User” on both client and server has invalid credentials.

• ImageRunner has been selected and the user’s credentials are missing.

 

 

 

 

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