If you set up an additional host header for the Enterprise View website:
ClientAccessPolicy.xmlfile which resides in the IIS root folder, typically
c:\inetpub\wwwroot. If this file already exists, append the contents of the
ClientAccessPolicy.xmlfile from the Enterprise View
%INSTALL_DIR%\Dashboard.webfolder to it. If it does not exist, copy it from the
Dashboard.webfolder to the IIS root folder.
web.config file the Enterprise View
%INSTALL_DIR%\Dasboard.web folder and modify the service base URI used to access the Enterprise View website.
Locate the line in the file:
<!-- add key="ServiceBaseUri" value="http://<<HostFQDN>>/EnterpriseView/"/-->
Remove the comments and update the
<<HostFQDN>> placeholder with the base URI for your Enterprise View website. For example,
<add key="ServiceBaseUri" value="http://machineA.acme.com/EnterpriseView/"/
A definitive checklist of prerequisites and dependencies you need to meet in order to install Enterprise View.
|Enterprise View will install on systems running these OSes.|
|You must have one of these database servers installed. SQL server must be configured to use a case-insensitive, accent-sensitive collation as the server default (the preferred collation is |
Enterprise View will install on these database servers.
If you are using your own database as a data source for the Enterprise View Website and it is local to the Website, you must add NT AUTHORITY/NETOWRK SERICE to the database users and grant appropriate permissions to that account for any specivic tables you want to use.
If it is remote, you must add the machine account for the computer hosting the Enterprise View Website in the format:
|This runtime library is required.|
|Installation and service accounts|