Installing PowerTerm WebConnect on Windows Server 2008-
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How do I prepare my Windows 2008 Server for PowerTerm WebConnect?
  
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Preparing your Windows 2008 Server for PowerTerm WebConnect:

Infrastructure Pre-Requisites:
1. Terminal Services Licensing Server must be installed on your domain.
2. Configure Terminal Servers to use license server.
3. Add either NT_AUTHORITY\AuthenticatedUsers or Domain Users to the Remote Desktop Users group.

WebConnect Server Installation Pre-Requisites:
1. On the Windows 2008 Server, install the folowing Roles:
a. IIS Role.
b. Application Server Role.

2. Additional Notes:
a. When installing IIS Role, add the ASP role service and server scripting to the installation.
b. Application Server Role will install .NET Framework 3.0, which is required for VDI Broker.
c. When asked if this machine will be used as a Terminal Server, respond “No”, even if the answer will be "Yes".
d. If the WebConnect Server is running the 64-bit version of Windows Server 2008, you will need to run the IIS Admin Script:
- “Cscript c:\inetpub\adminscripts\adsutil.vbs SET /W3SVC/AppPools/Enable32BitAppOnWin64 1” 
(Sometimes this command returns an error, and you may set this option via the GUI).
- Reset the IIS (iisreset at command prompt).

Terminal Server Preparation:
1. Install any required software (Applications you wish to publish).

2. install PowerTerm Terminal Server Agent manually on each Windows Server 2008 Terminal Server.
The installation file is located in: C:\Program Files\Ericom Software\WebConnect5.6\AddOns\Terminal ServerAgent.
In order to manually install this file, launch the following command on the command line of each Terminal Server:
"PowerTermTerminalServerAgent.exe /VNODRIVER=1"

3. Set the security permissions of the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Terminal Server\TSAppAllowList\Applications key to everyone.




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