Web Server

Web Server Info

Below is a guide to help you and your team set up your web server. Before you get started a few things will need to be set.

  • The latest version of .NET must be installed on the web server.
  • IIS must be installed on the web server and the following settings must be enabled.

For IIS 8 use the  screen shot below  as a reference point for your settings:

For IIS 7 use the  screen shot below  as a reference point for your settings:

Make sure the authentication at the Server Level is set to the below:

At the Server Level,  make sure that ASP.NET versions are set to allowed, this can be found under ISAPI and CGI Restrictions:

At the Server Level make sure the feature delegation options are set to reflect the below settings:

For best results we will need to use and set up sub-domains for all web modules in IIS. Below is a list of all potential web modules that will need to have sub-domains. By default we will use the module name for the sub-domain unless specified to be something different. If you want to use different sub-domain names please notify your project manager. The implementer will need to be notified of your domain that will be used with these sub-domains:

  • WebCenter
  • JobBoard
  • TwApi
  • TwAPiV2
  • JobFeed

An SSL certificate will need to be purchased to be used by all web modules. A windows/domain user will need to be set up for WebCenter to communicate with the reports server. Use the username: wc_admin. The password can be whatever you like, however you will need to communicate it to your implementer. Take the reporting services URL that you got from setting it up;  test it on the web server to make sure the web server can connect to the reports server.

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