Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager is a flexible, secure and manageable Web server for hosting anything on the Web. The CPHive Installer will need to confirm that the user has a Valid DNS Entry and add an application pool if the server doesn't have one.

 

1. Find the search-box in the taskbar.

2. Type in "IIS" in search-bar.

3. Select IIS Manager(Desktop app).

4: Under "Connections," expand "Sites".

5. Navigate to and select "Application Pool".

6. Verify "Web site entry" and confirm "Application Pool" is named CPHive.

 

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7. Right-click "DNS Entry".

8. Select "Manage Website".

9. Select "Advanced Setting".

10. Confirm Website is pointing to wwwroot folder.

 

Note: IT team will need to add a subdomain for a website URL. Make sure you have that info handy later.

 

Note: IT will need to use a separate SSL certificate for each individual subdomain or client can buy a wildcard certificate that is good for any subdomain.

 

 

 

11. Right-click "Default website".

12. Select "Edit Binding".

13. Select "Edit".

14. Confirm that  the entry has an https/wildcard certificate. If certificate is missing, proceed to the next steps.

 

 

 

 

 

 

15. Select "Add".

16. Select https as "Type".

17. Select "IP address" from drop-down.

18. Select SSL certificate" from drop-down.

19. Click "OK".

 

 

20: Click "Close".

 

Note: If there is no CPHive application pool for site, the installer will have to add an instance in IIS Manager. (Instructions Below)

 

1. Right-click "Application Pools" with mouse.

2. Select "Add Application Pool".

3. Type in "CPHive" for "Application Pool name".

4. Keep other defaults and click "OK".

 

Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager 
RR-SANDBOX.OI Application pools 
Help 
Start Page 
v. RR-SANDBOX-OI (GALACTIC 
Application pools 
v Sites 
aspnet_client 
CPHive 
Application Pools 
This page lets you view and manage the list of application pools on the server. Application pools are associated with worker processes. contain one or more applications, and provide isolation among 
different applications. 
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5. Select the newly created app pool.

6. Select "Advanced Settings" under "Edit Application Pool".

 

Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager 
RR-SANDBOX.OI Application pools 
Help 
Start Page 
v. RR-SANDBOX-OI (GALACTIC 
Application pools 
v Sites 
aspnet_client 
CPHive 
Application Pools 
This page lets you view and manage the list of application pools on the server. Application pools are associated with worker processes. contain one or more applications, and provide isolation among 
different applications. 
GO • Show All L Group No Grouping 
Add Application pot 
Set Application Pool 
Help 
Applications 
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.NET v45 Classic 
Defauupppool 
Status 
Started 
Started 
Started 
Started 
.NET CLR Managd Pip& Identity 
v4.o 
v4.o 
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v4.o 
Integrated 
Classic 
Integratd 
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7. Under "General," change "Enable 32-Bit Applications" to "True".

8. Select "Identity", under "Process Model".

9. Select the (…) button.

 

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Process Model 
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Idle Time-out (minutes) 
Idle Time-out Action 
20 
Terminate 
(identityType username password] Configures the application pool to run 
as built-in account, i.e. Application Pool Identity (recommended), Network 
Service Local System Local Service or as a specific user identity.

 

 

10. Select "Custom Account".

11. Click "Set".

12. Fill out username and password fields with server user credentials.

13. Click "OK".

 

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Service Local System. Local Service or as a specific user identity.

 

14. Click "OK" 2 more times.