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Enterprise Edition

Installing Enterprise Edition for Windows on a local server

Introduction

Enterprise Edition is a paid version free for educational institutions of the collaborative system developed to manage documents, projects, customer relationship and email correspondence, all in one place.

The installation for Windows includes the following components: Community Server, Document Server and Control Panel. This guide will show you how to install all these Enterprise Edition components without efforts using the .exe installation file.

Mail Server can be installed separately on a different machine with Linux OS using Docker. It can be connected to Community Server in the portal Settings (Settings -> Integration -> Mail Service).

System requirements

  • CPU
    at least 4-core (6-core recommended)
  • RAM
    at least 8 GB (12 GB recommended)
  • OS
    server operating systems only: Microsoft Windows Server 2008 (R2) and later
    Please note that Enterprise Edition cannot be installed on the following Windows versions: Windows Server 2003 x64, Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 x64.

Step 1. Download the Enterprise Edition installation file

To download the Enterprise Edition installation file, go to the Enterprise Edition Download page, fill in the form and and submit your request. You'll receive an email message that contains your 30-day trial license key and the link to download the installation file. Download and save the license key on your computer. Follow the provided link, click the Download button in the Windows section and wait till the download is completed.

Step 2. Install the prerequisites

Double-click the .exe file you have just downloaded - the Prerequisites Setup Wizard will be launched. It will help you to install some prerequisites required to run Enterprise Edition. Click the Next > button to continue.

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Carefully read the End-User License Agreement for components and applications provided by third parties. Check the I accept the terms in the License Agreement option if you agree with them. Then click the Next > button.

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You'll be prompted to install the following components:

  • .NET Framework 4.5 or higher,
  • Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2013 x86,
  • Erlang x64,
  • RabbitMQ x64,
  • Redis x64,
  • Visual C++ 2010 SP1 Redistributable Package x64,
  • PostgreSQL ODBC Driver x64,
  • MySQL Server 5.5 x64
  • SharePoint Server 2013 Client Components SDK x64
  • MySQL Connector/ODBC 5.3.6 x86,
  • Node.js x86
  • Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2013 x64,
  • PostgreSQL x64.
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Click the Next button to download and install the prerequisite software. This process may take some minutes.

Step 3. Install Enterprise Edition

As soon as all the components are installed, you can proceed to the main program installation. The Enterprise Edition Setup Wizard will be launched automatically. Click the Next > button to continue.

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Read the ONLYOFFICE COMMERCIAL LICENSE AGREEMENT carefully and check the I accept the terms in the License Agreement option if you agree with them. Then click the Next > button.

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By default Enterprise Edition will be installed to the following folder: C:\Program Files (x86)\Ascensio System SIA\. If needed you can change it clicking the Browse button and selecting the necessary folder on your computer. Then click the Next > button.

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On the next screen, click the Install button to start the installation process. It may take several minutes.

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Once the installation process is completed, click the Finish button to exit the Setup Wizard and launch Enterprise Edition.

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Step 4. Run Enterprise Edition

The Portal Setup page will open in your default browser at the http://localhost/wizard.aspx address. Now you need to perform the portal initial setup: specify your password and email, upload the license file and optionally change the portal Language and Time Zone.

  • Enter a Password you will use to access your Enterprise Edition portal the next time and confirm it. Your password must be at least 6 characters long.
    For the security reasons the password setup procedure MUST be performed.
  • Specify your email address. The Email Activation message will be sent to the specified email. Follow the link provided in this email to complete your email activation procedure.
  • Click the Upload file button in the License Activation File section and browse for the license .lic file stored on your computer (see Step 1).
  • Accept the License Agreement terms by checking the corresponding box.
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If necessary, you can also:

  • view the domain your portal is registered to;
    You can later change the domain name on the portal Settings page. For more information, refer to the Specify your own domain name section of our guide.
  • drop-down the Language list and select an appropriate language to display all portal pages and notification;
  • set the time zone that corresponds to your location from the Time Zone drop-down list.

When all the parameters are set, click the Continue button.

That's all. Your portal is created. Choose one of the available modules to start exploring Enterprise Edition.

From now on, you can also launch your portal using the shortcut on the desktop.
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