Instalacion de Quickr 8.2

INSTALLATION STEPS STEP

  1. Install Domino 8.0.1. You should just have to double-click the install package and follow the prompts. You can use the default settings.
  2. Double-click the “Lotus Domino Server” icon to launch the Server Setup routine. You can use the default settings except for the “Internet Services” page in the setup wizard, where you should make sure that HTTP and LDAP are both checked.
  3. After setup is complete, double-click the “Lotus Domino Server” icon again to start the server. Allow the server to run for at least 5 minutes so it can build all the necessary databases and indexes. If there is firewall software on your server, make sure that (at a minimum) port 80 and 1352 are open, and nserver.exe and nhttp.exe are allowed to listen for connections.
  4. Using a Lotus Notes client or Domino Administrator, open your server document in the Domino Directory and go to the “Internet Protocols”, “Domino Web Engine” tab. Make sure your server is using the Domino servlet engine, and also that session-based authentication is NOT enabled (we can re-enable it after Quickr is set up, if desired).
  5. Modify TCP/IP registry settings on Windows servers as follows: If your Lotus Quickr server runs on Microsoft® Windows®, you must modify specific TCP/IP registry parameters to ensure good performance. Adjust values for the following Windows TCP/IP registry parameters on the server:TcpTimedWaitDelay
    MaxUserPort
    TcpWindowSize
    MaxFreeTcbs
    MaxHashTableSize

    For detailed information on these parameters, see the section “TCP/IP registry optimizations” in the IBM Redbook, Tuning Windows Server 2003 on IBM System x Servers.

    Here are sample values for these parameters:
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters]

    “TcpTimedWaitDelay”=dword:0000001e

    “MaxUserPort”=dword:0000fffe

    “TcpWindowSize”=dword:0000ffff

    “MaxFreeTcbs”=dword:00011940

    “MaxHashTableSize”=dword:0000ffff

  6. Enable the Domino servlet engine. This step enables place managers to use place administration actions, such as qptool lock and unlock from My Places > Show Usage Statistics. To use this feature you must configure the server to use single sign-on authentication. Perform the following steps:From IBM Lotus Notes® or the Domino Administrator, open the Domino Directory (names.nsf) on the server.
    Open the Server document.
    Click Internet Protocols > Domino Web Engine.
    Below Java Servlets, select Domino Servlet Manager in the Java servlet support field.
    Click Save and Close.
  7. Enable UTF-8 character encoding for servers storing non-English content. If you use any Lotus Quickr server that stores non-English content, you must set up the server to generate output using UTF-8 encoding so that page content displays correctly in non-English languages.From Lotus Notes or the Domino Administrator, open the Lotus Domino® Directory (names.nsf) on the server.
    Open the Server document for the server and click Edit Server.
    Click Internet Protocols > Domino Web Engine.
    In the Character Set section, select Yes in the Use UTF-8 for output field.
    Click Save and Close.
  8. Shut down the Domino server.
  9. Install Quickr 8.1. When you double-click the eAssembly package it will unzip all the install files to a directory of your choice (your temp directory by default). After the files have been unzipped, you’ll need to browse to the directory they were unzipped to and look for a “server” subdirectory. Double-click the “setup.exe” file in that subdirectory to launch the Quickr Setup routine. You can use the default settings, and you will be prompted to create the Quickr Admin user during setup — NOTE: the Quickr Admin user MUST be a name that is unique to Quickr and is not already in the Domino directory (for example, “quickradmin” or something similar).
  10. Restart the Domino server.
  11. Open Internet Explorer or Firefox and browse to http://your.server.dns/LotusQuickr . Use the “Log In” link at the top right of the welcome page to log in as the Quickr Admin user you specified in Step 6. After logging in, you will see a “Site Administration” link at the bottom left of the page.
  12. Go to “Site Administration” and choose the “User Directory” link. In the “directory type” field choose “LDAP Server”, and in the “name” field enter the DNS name of your Domino server (for testing on the local server you can use 127.0.0.1 as the name, although in a production environment you will need to use a valid DNS host name).
  13. In the Specify name and password window, type the user name and password for the first Lotus Quickr server administrator. Specify the name for a new, local administrator. Do not specify the name of the Lotus Domino server administrator or any other name from a user directory that Lotus Quickr uses.

POST-INSTALLATION STEPS (optional, but STRONGLY recommended) Visit IBM Fix Central and grab the latest Quickr HotFix, and apply it using the instructions supplied. You should also enable session-based authentication on your server. If you do this, you MUST use “multi-server” session-based authentication (not single server) and follow the directions for customizing the domcfg.nsf login form, found in the Quickr Admin Guide. Your Quickr server is now ready for use! There are a number of other options and security settings that you can configure — the Quickr Admin Guide has a tremendous amount of additional information.

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