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How to install Wyse Device Manager .


How to Install Wyse Device Manager (WDM)

To install the Wyse Device Manager (WDM), refer to the YouTube video entitled Installation of WYSE Device Manger - WDM (14:19 min, English-only).

Items explained in the video:

  • This video explains how to install the OS, prerequisites, IIS and application services, as well as WDM itself.

  • The steps included show installation of the server rolls, IIS rolls and services, how to disable Internet security for the install.

  • Also covered is the basics, such as setting the IP address before setting the WDM installation in progress.

  • The information is detailed and captures the full process of installing the WDM program from unzipping it to running the setup program.

An application walk through is also included for WDM.

  • The setup of support files and how the SQL server installation looks, as part of the automation, is covered.

  • Much of the Install is automated, but it is important to be able to see what a correct installation looks like.

  • Once connected to the Wyse Device Manager , the setup for the subnet range, and repository setup for HTTP is covered as well.




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Article ID: SLN156578

Last Date Modified: 09/22/2014 08:55 PM


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