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OpenScape Web Collaboration V7

Installation, Configuration and Upgrade


Installation Guide
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Contents

Contents
History of Changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1 About this Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.1 Who should read this Manual? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2 Manual Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.3 Representation Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.3.1 Notations and Formats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.3.2 Hints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.3.3 Figures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.4 Acronyms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.5 Continuative Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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3 Installation Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
4 Installing the OpenScape Web Collaboration Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.1 How to Download the Installation File for the Server Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2 How to Install the Server Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3 How to Configure the Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4 How to Activate the Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.5 How to Check the Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.6 How to Download the Application Files for the Moderator and Client Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7 The Hosted Version of the OpenScape Web Collaboration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.8 How to Perform an Update Installation for the OpenScape Web Collaboration Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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5.1 How to Install the required Role Services and Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.2 Configuring Installation Requirements for the Integrated Deployment Scenario . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.2.1 How to Configure the Preparations for the Installation on a Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.2.2 How to Configure the Preparations for an Installation with only one IP Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3 How to Install an integrated Deployment Scenario . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3.1 How to Configure an integrated Scenario. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.4 How to Install a distributed Deployment Scenario . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.4.1 How to Configure a distributed Scenario . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5 Settings in the settings.ini File of the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.6 How to Perform an Update Installation for the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.7 The SmartLoader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.7.1 How to Configure SmartLoader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.8 Configuring a secure https Connection for the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.8.1 How to Add a Certificate to the Store of the Trusted Root Certification Authority . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.8.2 How to Install the Server Certificate on the OpenScape Web Collaboration Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.8.3 How to Install the Server Certificate on the IIS Web Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.8.4 How to Activate https Support on the OpenScape Web Collaboration Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.8.5 How to Activate https Support and Configure the Binding Port in IIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.8.6 How to Configure the OpenScape Web Collaboration Server for an https Connection . . . . . . . . . . . .

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6 Installing OpenScape Web Collaboration Secure Advisor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78


6.1 Configuring OpenScape Web Collaboration Secure Advisor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
6.2 How to Install OpenScape Web Collaboration Secure Advisor Edition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
6.3 FastProxy Concept and Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
7 Administrative Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
7.1 Certificate Installer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
7.2 Server Admin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
7.3 Log Viewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
8 Installing OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin. . . . . . . . . . 90
8.1 Installation Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
8.2 How to Provide the Installation File. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
8.3 How to Perform the Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
8.4 How to Perform the Configuration on the OpenScape Web Collaboration Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
8.5 How to Perform a Deployment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
8.6 How to Update or Repair the Plug-in . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
8.7 How to Uninstall the Plug-in . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101

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History of Changes

Date

Changes

2012-05-31

New feature: Using a secure https connection for the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web CQ00211323
Client.

2012-06-18

Revision: Revised description of the integrated deployment scenario, the installation of the CQ00213051
OpenScape Web Collaboration server and the OpenScape Web Client on a server with
one IP address.

2012-10-17

Missing work steps added to the description of how to provide the Master and Client
module.

CQ00226912

2012-11-02

Added: Description of how to configure the profile for providing the master and client
module for UTF-8 languages.

FRN5331

2012-11-14

Review

2012-11-16

Added: Description of the Hosted solution.

Review

2013-01-29

Added: Description of the SmartLoader.

FRN6305

2013-01-31

Added: Description of an update installation of the OpenScape Web Collaboration Server Review
and the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client.

2013-07-03

Changed: Link for downloading the product OpenScape Web Collaboration components: CQ00241049
Instead of https://oscportal.fastviewer.com used so far use http://
www.siemens-enterprise.com/webportal now.

2013-07-03

New note: The Server name for the client module link input field is displayed only CQ00242663
if a user has previously requested the license for the OpenScape Web Collaboration
server.

2013-07-03

Correction and more information: The downloaded files for the Mac modules are called
CQ00242663
FastMaster.app.zip and FastClient.app.zip. They must not be unpacked after they
have been added to the Web Collaboration server directory.

2013-07-05

New note: When using the IP address instead of the FQDN, the IP address of existing web CQ00265570
conferences is not updated after an IP address modification. Consequently, such
conferences cannot be started anymore.

2013-11-08

Chapter about installing the Microsoft Outlook Plug-in for planning web conferences
transferred from the operating instructions into this manual.

2013-11-08

Changed: Link for downloading the product OpenScape Web Collaboration components: Re-branding
Instead of http://www.siemens-enterprise.com/webportal used so far use
https://oscportal.fastviewer.com now.

2014-04-16

Optionally support of AV4UC (Trend Micro) antivirus program.

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Review

FRN 5650

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About this Manual


Who should read this Manual?

1 About this Manual


This manual describes how to install and configure an OpenScape Web Collaboration system as independent web conferencing solution. Furthermore, it contains
information about the installation and required settings of the OpenScape Web
Collaboration Web Client and the OpenScape Web Collaboration Remoted
Edition.

1.1 Who should read this Manual?


This manual addresses persons who install, configure and manage an
OpenScape Web Collaboration solution as independent web conferencing
system.

1.2 Manual Contents


This manual describes how to install and correctly configure OpenScape Web
Collaboration.
It is structured as follows:
Chapter 1: About this Manual
This chapter contains introductory information on the structure and use of this
user guide as well as a list of all acronyms used.
Chapter 2: OpenScape Web Collaboration - the Web Conferencing Solution
This chapter provides an overview of the OpenScape Web Collaboration.
Chapter 3: Installation Requirements
This chapter comprises the hardware and software requirements for installing all
associated components.
Chapter 4: Installing the OpenScape Web Collaboration Server
This chapter describes the WebOpenScape Web Collaboration server installation.
Chapter 5: Installing the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client
This chapter describes the installation of the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web
Client required for the web-based access to web conferences.
Chapter 6: Installing the Secure Advisor Edition Components
This chapter provides a short overview of the Secure Advisor Edition of the
OpenScape Web Collaboration, a step-by-step installation guide as well as information about possible settings.

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Representation Conventions

Chapter 7: Administrative Tools


This chapter represents the administrative tools used for connecting SSL certificates as well as for analyzing and maintaining the OpenScape Web Collaboration
server.
Chapter 8: Installing the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/
Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin
This chapter describes the installation of the OpenScape Web Collaboration
Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin used for planning web conferences via Microsoft Outlook.

1.3 Representation Conventions


To highlight information in this manual we use the following mark-ups and representations.

1.3.1 Notations and Formats


The following format conventions apply in the manual on hand:
Purpose

Representation Example

Product and company Italic


names

OpenScape Web Collaboration

Special highlighting

Bold

Name must not be deleted.

GUI elements

Bold

Click on OK.

Menu sequence

>

File > Exit

Cross reference

Italic

You find further information in the Configuration and Administration manual.

Path and file names

Fixed-width font, c:\Programs\... or example.txt


e. g., Courier

Specifications that
may have an individual content such as
variables.

Italic in pointed
brackets

Specify your <user name> and <password>


for logging on to the system.

System in- and output Fixed-width font, Command not found.


e. g., Courier
Hotkey

Bold

[Ctrl]+[Alt]+[Esc]

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Acronyms

1.3.2 Hints
Type of Notes
In this manual, we denote critical hints and supplementing information in the
following way.

NOTICE: Denotes hints that contain information worth knowing


or useful tips.

IMPORTANT: Denotes critical hints that contain high-priority


information. Please definitely read such hints and follow given
instructions to avoid malfunctions, loss of data or damage to
devices.

1.3.3 Figures
This manual displays all input windows important for operation and configuration.
Depending on the operating system, the browser used, the screen resolution, the
configurations of your PC or your selection of the interface style, the appearance
of such windows may vary. However, this does not affect the described functionality.

1.4 Acronyms
Table: Acronyms used
Acronym

Meaning

CLA

Customer License Agent

CLM

Customer License Management

DMZ

Demilitarized Zone

FQDN

Fully Qualified Domain Name

IIS

Internet Information Services

OEM

Original Equipment Manufacturer

WCF

Windows Communication Foundation

1.5 Continuative Documentation


You find continuative information about OpenScape Desktop Client Enterprise
Web Embedded Edition in the following documentation.

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OpenScape UC Application V6 OpenScape Desktop Client Installation and


Administration, setup guide
Contains information about installing/uninstalling OpenScape Personal
Edition and OpenScape Desktop Client Enterprise Web Embedded Edition as
well as details about the program configuration and tools provided for the
administrators of OpenScape Desktop Client.
OpenScape UC Application V6 OpenScape Desktop Client Enterprise Web
Embedded Edition, quick guide
Describes basic OpenScape Desktop Client Enterprise Web Embedded
Edition functions.
OpenScape UC Application V6 Client Applications, operation guide
This manual offers an overview of all OpenScape UC Application V6.

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2 OpenScape Web Collaboration - the Web Conferencing


Solution
OpenScape Web Collaboration is a web conferencing solution that, owing to its
scalability, high security and reliability, enables comprehensive multi-media
collaboration. It is suitable for companies of all sizes and offers the option to stage
meetings with up to 100 participants.
Depending on how you use the solution, e. g. for webinars, trainings, project and
sales meetings, presentations as well as basic remote support of customers and
end-users, you can purchase appropriate licenses. Such licenses correspond to
the editions of the OpenScape Web Collaboration, which provide the respective
features.

Instant Meeting
In case of Instant Meeting there is at first one moderator and a maximum of
100 participants. The moderator decides which participant may present his or
her screen and who has control over the screen presented. Similarly, the
moderator can appoint other conference participants moderators and present
his/her own screen and even allow it to be controlled.

Secure Advisor
Secure Advisor is available in two configurations:

With the default client and up to three participants:


The number of moderators and participants is not specified, so all three
parties can also act as moderators. In this case, the participant is
automatically the presenter, and the moderator has automatic control
over the screen of the participant.

With the special Secure Advisor client:


With the special Secure Advisor client the user can set up a connection to
a previously defined PC or server via internet. During the session, the
user can access files, perform installations, provide support and maintain
this PC or server.

The OpenScape Web Collaboration solution consists in all editions of the


following components:

OpenScape Web Collaboration server


Software providing the web conference functionality. You can install and
configure it quickly with minimum IT involvement.

OpenScape Web Collaboration client


This is the client application that enables OpenScape Web Collaboration
users to deploy the features and functions provided by the OpenScape Web
Collaboration server by default. It consists of the following two modules:

Moderator module
This module contains the purchased license. It serves as session initiator
and must not be passed on to the other participants.

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Continuative Documentation

Client module
This module enables participating in an OpenScape Web Collaboration
session worldwide. It must be started on the computer of every invited
participant. Its size also allows its transmission by e-mail to ensure fast
and spontaneous communication.
Both modules can be provided for Microsoft Windows and Mac operating
systems alike.

OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook


Plugin
The OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook
Plugin is a Microsoft Outlook extension that provides a simple and convenient
tool for scheduling web conferences in OpenScape Web Collaboration.

Taking part in a web conference via mobile phone


After installing an Apple iPhone/iPad/iPod App or an Android App you can
participate in a web conference as well as schedule and start one.

The Hosted Version (cloud solution) of the OpenScape Web Collaboration as


another option for a customer deployment.

In addition to the OpenScape Web Collaboration client the OpenScape Web


Collaboration provides the browser-based OpenScape Web Collaboration
Web Client. It enables the user to participate in presentations and web conferences using a web browser. Viewing the moderator's screen is the only option
then. The user's own screen cannot be released. Remote access to another
computer is not possible.
Optionally: OpenScape Web Collaboration supports the antivirus program
AV4UC (Trend Micro).

OpenScape Web Collaboration recognizes the operating system's language


automatically. Secure transmission of all session data is ensured by a 256-bit
AES encryption.

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3 Installation Requirements
In the following we list the hardware and software requirements that the system
to host OpenScape Web Collaboration must comply with.
Minmum requirements for setting up the OpenScape Web Collaboration
server for up to 100 simultaneous users.

Xeon processor with at least 2,5 GHz clock frequency

Minimum 4 GB RAM

Minimum 30 GB free harddisk memory

1 Gbit network board

Operating systems:

Microsoft Windows Server 2003 with the latest service pack (32-bit and
64-bit version)

with the latest service pack (32-bit and 64-bit version)


Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 with the latest service pack (64-bit
version), Standard and Enterprise version
Database:
Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition (is included)
Microsoft SQL Server 2005.
At the time of the installation, no IIS (Internet Information Service) or other
web server is installed on the system.
Bandwidth requirement
Bandwidth consumption per OpenScape Web Collaboration session depends
on the connection type:
Connections with desktop sharing
Such connections require an average of 15 kbit/s per participant.
Connections with video streaming
Depending on the image quality settings in the GUI, up to 60 kbit/s are
required per user.
Voice connections
Connections with voice transmission require an average of 30 kbit/s per
user.
The OpenScape Web Collaboration server is found in a DMZ (Demilitarized
Zone). The server requires an IP address or alternatively a DNS host entry
pointing to the corresponding IP address.

NOTICE: When configuring the OpenScape Web Collaboration


server, prefer the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) to the IP
address. If you use for example the IP address and it is changed,
existing web conferences are not updated to the new IP address
and cannot be started anymore.

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Ports
The following ports must be opened in a firewall to make shure that the
OpenScape Web Collaboration server can be reached via LAN and internet:

HTTP port: 80

HTTPS port: 443

TCP port: 5000

Requirements for setting up the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client

Operating systems:

Microsoft Windows Server 2003 with the latest service pack (32-bit and
64-bit version)

with the latest service pack (32-bit and 64-bit version)


Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 with the latest service pack (64-bit
version), Standard and Enterprise version
.NET Framework 3.5 SP1 is installed on the system.
Webserver (IIS) is installed on the system
Supported web browsers - all web browsers with JavaScript support, for
example:
Internet Explorer as of version 7.0
Mozilla Firefox as of version 3.0
Apple Safari 5
Google Chrome
Opera
Port 5000 must be open in the firewall.

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Installing the OpenScape Web Collaboration Server


How to Download the Installation File for the Server Installation

4 Installing the OpenScape Web Collaboration Server


This chapter describes the procedure you need to carry out to set up the server
module of the OpenScape Web Collaboration and illustrates the setup process on
a Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 system.
You can download the software to be installed fast and conveniently via the
customer portal or it is provided to you on a CD.
You reach the OpenScape Web Collaboration customer portal via the following
link:
https://oscportal.fastviewer.com
In there you can log on to the portal with your alias name or serial number and the
associated password.
The customer portal provides the following functions:

Displaying and editing private data related to the purchased license.

Performing program settings for configuring the moderator and participant


module.

Downloading and viewing various documents and documentation on the


product.

Downloading all modules of the product OpenScape Web Collaboration to


provide them for the installation:

The moderator module for Microsoft Windows or Mac operating systems

The participant module for Microsoft Windows or Mac operating systems

The setup file for the Secure Advisor client.

The setup directory for the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant


Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin.

The setup for the OpenScape Web Collaboration server.

The update files for the OpenScape Web Collaboration server.

The setup for the WebClient.

The setup file for the Secure Advisor client.

The update file for the Secure Advisor client.

Displaying information about all currently installed Secure Advisor clients as


well as all active connections.

4.1 How to Download the Installation File for the Server Installation
Downloading the installation file for the server installation.
To download the installation file for the server installation and to provide it for the
installation proceed as follows:

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Step by Step
1) Invoke the following internet page:
https://oscportal.fastviewer.com
The page for specifying the account data to download the components for the
OpenScape Web Collaboration opens.

2) To log on for the first time, enter your license number for accessing this web
portal under Alias/Serial.
3) Specify your password for accessing this web portal under Password.
4) Click on Login.

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The start page of the customer portal opens.

5) Click in the menu bar on the Switch to expert mode button.


You see your account data as well as the status of your license.

6) Click on Download.

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The following page is displayed:

7) Expand the displayed list with a click on the small triangle bottom left of Type:
Own server solution.
8) Click on the Download link next to Download Server Setup.
A file download dialog opens.

9) Click on OK in the file download dialog.


Downloading the ServerSetupV32.zip file starts.
Downloading the installation file for the OpenScape Web Collaboration server is
now complete.

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4.2 How to Install the Server Module


The following is a step-by-step guide through the setup process. Depending on
the purchased license, various features and functions are available to you after
the installation. You find an overview of the differences and features of the
licenses in the OpenScape Web Collaboration user manual.

NOTICE: If you perform the setup under Microsoft Windows


Server 2008 R2, you need to activate the .NET Framework 3.5
SP1 feature via the Windows Server Manager after the installation.

Execute the following setup steps:

Step by Step
1) Extract the downloaded file ServerSetupV32.zip in the desired folder on
the OpenScape Web Collaboration computer.
2) Execute the setup.exe file.
NOTICE: Be sure to execute the file with administrator privileges.
Depending on the operating system, you may then have to rightclick the file and select Run as Administrator.

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3) Click on Next.

4) The opened dialog lists all required applications that are not present on the
system, for example:

.NET Framework 2.0

.NET Framework 4.0

SQL Express 2005

5) Click on Next.

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When the required software is installed, the dialog closes and the OpenScape
Web Collaboration server setup starts automatically.

6) Click on Next.

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7) Use the default-set destination folder for the installation or select one via the
Browse... button.

8) Then click on Install.


The application is being installed.

9) When the setup is finished, click on Finish.

The setup process is successfully accomplished. The dialog closes. The


Webconferenceserver service starts automatically after the installation.

4.3 How to Configure the Server


After you have installed the OpenScape Web Collaboration server, execute the
following steps to configure it:

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Step by Step
1) Open the settings.ini file in the setup folder of the OpenScape Web
Collaboration server in an editor.
By default, this file is found under the path:
C:\Program Files (x86)\WebConferenceServer

2) Look for the following line:


ExternalAddress=Change2YourServer

3) Replace value Change2YourServer in both lines with the external, fully


qualified domain name (FQDN) of the OpenScape Web Collaboration server
computer.
ExternalAddress=openscapewebconf1.example.com

4) If the server must be available via two DNS names, which is the case if the
OpenScape Web Client is operated at the same server, perform the following
settings:
NOTICE: If this is not the case, you must not change the defaults.
5) Look for the following lines:
listen1="http://*/"
listen2="https://*/"

6) Replace value */ in both lines with the external, fully qualified domain name
(FQDN) of the OpenScape Web Collaboration server computer.
listen1="http://openscapewebconf1.example.com"
listen2="https:/openscapewebconf1.example.com"

7) Supplement the list points by:


listen3="http://localhost"

8) Look for the following line:


;ClientURLBase=http://Change2YourServer/client/
fastclient_i_%1.exe

9) Replace value Change2YourServer in both lines with the external, fully


qualified domain name (FQDN) of the OpenScape Web Collaboration server
computer. For example:
;ClientURLBase=http://Change2YourServer/client/
fastclient_i_%1.exe

10) Remove the semicolon (;) at the beginning of the line.


As a result, the line and thus also the parameter you have defined become
valid.

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11) Rename the Servername parameter optionally.


NOTICE: You are free to choose any name for the Servername
parameter.
12) Save your changes and close the settings.ini file.
The settings.ini file may look like this:
; Name of server (for database connection entries)
ServerName=WEBCONF1
; SQL Connection string, the password for user sa is encrypted, so
it cannot be used for login in an interactive SQL manager session
SQLConnectionString="Data Source=(local)\fastviewer;Initial Catalog=fastviewer;Persist Security Info=True;User ID=sa;Password=<<ZLY5VPd8byicus01ottxqQ==>>"
; Session ID Start value for that server
SessionIDStart=10000
; Session ID End value for that server
SessionIDEnd=99999
ExternalAddress=10.1.101.2
XMLRPCsecure=true (insert when using the Outlook add-in)
XMLRPCsecureFQDN=<host.yourdomain.com> (insert when using the
Outlook add-in; please enter the FQDN of the OpenScape Web Collaboration server for host.yourdomain.com).

[Logging]
; The setting value is the limit at which a log message is logged.
; 0=Info, 1=Uncritical, 2=Warning, 3=Important, 4=Critical,
5=Disabled
;All=0 ; this overwrites all others, if less
;Connection=2
;PacketManager=2
;DatabaseManager=2
;General=2
;License=2
;MessageProtocol=2
;SessionManager=2
;XmlProtocol=2
; Log file path and logfilename
;LogFilePath="tunnelserver.log"

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;MaxLogFileSizeMB=100
; How many logfiles should exist before overwritten
;RotationNumberOfFiles=3

[HttpListenURLs]
; This section contains a list of URLs where the HTTP Service
should listen (Hostheader).
; This is required not only for HTTP downloads but also for normal
HTTP communication!
; SSL Listenings should also be added here.
listen1="http://*/"
listen2="https://*/"

[ConnectionManager]
RootURLreply=OpenScape Webconference Server

[SessionManager]
ClientURLBase=http://10.1.101.2/client/fastclient_i_%1.exe
WebclientURLBase=http://10.1.101.2:8080/joinclient.aspx?inv=%1
; You can use SingleURL=true only if the webclient is installed,
then all XMLRPC answers are with the webclient URL.
SingleURL=false

[DatabaseManager]
;BackupPath="c:\sqlbackup"
;BackupHourUTC=1

You need to activate the OpenScape Web Collaboration server after its configuration.

4.4 How to Activate the Server


Proceed as follows to activate the OpenScape Web Collaboration server:

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Step by Step
1) Click on Start > All Programs > Webconference Server V3 and select the
Server Manager option from the displayed list.
The Activation Wizard opens.

2) Click on Activate Server.


The following dialog opens:

3) Define the range of possible numbers of sessions for your OpenScape Web
Collaboration server:

By entering a Serverlist URL in the corresponding input field, e. g.


http://10.1.101.2/update/serverlist.txt.
To this, create a text file named serverlist.txt in which the range of
possible numbers of sessions is defined: <range of session
IDs>:<IP server address>.
The content of this text file may look like this:
10000-99999:10.1.101.2
The file is stored in the following path by default:
C:\Program Files (x86)\WebConferenceServer\update
With a click on the Check button you can check the connection to the
specified Serverlist URL.

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By entering numbers manually via the from: and to: fields.


Use the from: and to: fields to define the first and last session number for
the session range of your OpenScape Web Collaboration server.
Enter the IP address of your OpenScape Web Collaboration server in the
For Server input field.
A click on the plus button applies your settings.

4) Click on Next.
In the dialog now open you need to decide whether or not to set up a
connection to the internet.

5) Click on Yes.
The following dialog opens:

6) Enter your Serial.


7) Click on Activate.

If you have an internet connection, your release code is automatically


entered in the respective field after a short waiting period. A message
informs you about the successful activation of your OpenScape Web
Collaboration server .

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However, if you do not have an internet connection or a proxy in use, click


on the link Create Unlock File.

Send the created unlock file to openscape@fastviewer.com by email. You receive the release code within the next 24 hours also by e-mail.
After you have received the file with the release code (for example
ServerAdmin.fvk), enter the storage location in the Activation File
input field.
After you have clicked on the Activate button you are informed about the
activation status of your OpenScape Web Collaboration server.

8) Close the message about the activation status of your OpenScape Web
Collaboration server with a click on OK.
The following dialog opens:

In this dialog you need to import the purchased license after successfully
activating the OpenScape Web Collaboration server.

9) Select one of the following options:

Use Download
Activate this option if you have an internet connection. In this case the file
with the release code is automatically downloaded from the activation
server.

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Use Local File


Activate this option if you do not have an internet access but received the
file with the release code by e-mail. Then click on the search icon ... for
specifying the storage location for the file with the release code.

10) Click on the Start Import button.


You are informed about the import status by the following dialog, for example.

11) Click on Exit.


The dialog closes and the Server Management Wizard is shut down.

12) Close the Webconference server service via the Windows Server Manager.
13) Start the Webconference server service.

4.5 How to Check the Installation


The following steps serve for checking the functionality of the installed and
activated OpenScape Web Collaboration server.

Step by Step
1) Open the following ports in your internal firewall (if active) for the connections
to the OpenScape Web Collaboration server if you wish to use HTTPS:

TCP 5000

TCP 80

TCP 443

2) If the OpenScape Web Collaboration server shall also be used by external


persons, open in your external firewall the following ports for the connections
to the OpenScape Web Collaboration server:

TCP 5000

TCP 80

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TCP 443

3) Enter the following link in a web browser on the OpenScape Web Collaboration server computer.
http://localhost/admin
This enables you to check the server functionality and monitor the server
service at a later date. Please note that you can invoke monitoring only
directly at the server for security reasons.
The following web page is displayed for example in the web browser:

4) Start a web browser on a workstation in your network and move to the


following link:
http://<FQDN name or IP address of your OpenScape Web
Collaboration server>
You see a web page with the following content: OpenScape Webconference Server

IMPORTANT: If you do not, please check your firewall settings.


Finally, you need to perform settings in the restoration options of the Webconferenceserver service in the Server Manager that concern the case of a
service error.

5) Select the option Configuration > Services > Webconferenceserver.


6) Rightclick this option and select Properties.

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The following dialog opens:

It contains the pre-set values for the combo boxes First failure, Second
failure and Subsequent failures.

7) Set the Restart the Service option for all three fields.
8) Click on Apply.
Your settings are saved and will be used.

9) Click on OK.
The settings dialog closes.

4.6 How to Download the Application Files for the Moderator and Client
Module
Providing application files for the moderator and client module.
This section illustrates the steps you need to take after the server activation in the
customer portal to enable using the moderator and client module for the
OpenScape Web Collaboration.
To download the application files for the moderator and client module (for
Microsoft Windows or the Mac version in each case) from the OpenScape Web
Collaboration portal and store them on the server, proceed as follows:

Step by Step
1) Invoke the following internet page:
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The page for specifying the account data to download the components for the
OpenScape Web Collaboration opens.

2) To log on for the first time, enter your license number for accessing this web
portal under Alias/Serial.
3) Specify your password for accessing this web portal under Password.
4) Click on Login.
The start page of the customer portal opens.

5) Click on the Switch to expert mode.

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You see your account data as well as the status of your license.

6) Position the mousepointer on the Settings.


A selection list opens.

7) Select the Functions option from this list.

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The following page is displayed:

8) To configure the client modules, select an already created profile from the
combo box next to Chosen Profile or specify a new profile.
If you use an existing profile, continue downloading the client modules with
step 15. Otherwise...

9) Access the tabs General, Client Module, Support, Presentation,


Conference, and Remote to create a new profile. You can then use this
profile to adjust the moderator and client module settings to the characteristics of your company.
IMPORTANT: You cannot change the configuration of the
Default profile. If you try to save changes to the default profile, an
error message will appear.
a) To create a new profile, click on the Profile Manager button.

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The Profile Manager dialog opens:

b) Click on the New Profile button.


The following dialog opens:

c) Enter the desired profile name in the input line.


d) Click on the Save button.
The new profile has been integrated in the profiles list and is displayed as
current profile.

e) Click on the (x) icon in the top-right corner of the caption bar.
The Profile Manager dialog closes.

10) On the General tab, select in the Switch to: combo box the Functions
settings page.
11) Click on the combo box of the setting Server name for the client module
link.
NOTICE: This input field remains invisible until a user has
requested a license for the OpenScape Web Collaboration server.
A list with the IP addresses or FQDNs of the installed and activated servers
of this license is offered for selection.

12) Select the IP address or FQDN of the desired OpenScape Web Collaboration
server.

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13) Perform other changes to the profile settings optionally.


NOTICE: Between the parameters and the area in which the
settings are performed you find a round icon with a question mark.
If you position the mouse pointer on the question mark icon, you
see a description of this parameter.

NOTICE: When you perform the profile settings for user


languages that can only be represented in UTF-8 (e. g. Russian,
Chinese, etc.), you need to select under Switch to: > Texts >
General the Send invitations via mailto option.
In addition, you need to set the international options in
Microsoft Outlook and in the Internet Explorer to UTF-8 for such
languages if this has not been done yet:
Internet Explorer:Internet Options > "Advanced" tab > International > Use UTF-8 for mailto links
Microsoft Outlook 2010: File > Options > Advanced > International options > Allow UTF-8 support for the mailto protocol >
Microsoft Outlook 2007: Tools > Options > Mail Format >
International options > Enable UTF-8 support for mailto
protocol
14) Click on the Save changes button.
A message informs you about the successful adoption of your changes.

15) Click on the Download button.


16) Specify for which operating system type (Windows V3 or Mac Version) you
want to provide the module files. Select the operating system type for
downloading the modules via a combo box. You find the combo box next to
the display of the active profile and the application type full version/demo
version.

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The following page is displayed of downloading the Windows-specific


modules:

17) Click on the Download link next to Moderator module.


A file download dialog opens.

18) Click on OK in the file download dialog.


Downloading the FastMaster.exe file starts.

19) Click on the Download link next to Client module.


A file download dialog opens.

20) Click on OK in the file download dialog.


Downloading the FastClient.exe file starts.

21) Repeat this procedure as of step 16 for the Mac-specific modules you may
require.
22) Switch to the directory in which the two files were stored after the file
download.

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23) Copy the files FastMaster.exe and FastClient.exe for Windows and,
if required, the archive files FastMaster.app.zip and FastClient.app.zip for
Mac into the directory C:\Program Files (x86)\WebConferenceServer of the Web Collaboration server.
NOTICE: The archive files FastMaster.app.zip and
FastClient.app.zip to be applied on Mac systems must not be
unpacked after they have been copied to the directory for the Web
Collaboration server.
Providing the application files is now complete.

4.7 The Hosted Version of the OpenScape Web Collaboration


Description and configuration of the Hosted Version for the OpenScape Web
Collaboration.
The Hosted Version (cloud solution) is another option for a customer deployment
to use features provided via the OpenScape Web Collaboration. The following
diagram illustrates how such a deployment scenario looks like:

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If there is no individual OpenScape Web Collaboration server license for an onsite installation of an OpenScape Web Collaboration server, web conference
sessions are automatically staged via a hosted server infrastructure. This infrastructure is distributed globally and designed highly redundantly for secure
operation.
All you need to do is logging on to the OpenScape Web Collaboration customer
portal with the basic license and downloading the corresponding moderator and
client modules.
Before you download the moderator and client modules you may customize them
via the configuration settings in the portal.

4.8 How to Perform an Update Installation for the OpenScape Web


Collaboration Server
Updating the OpenScape Web Collaboration server to a new version.
Execute the following steps to update the OpenScape Web Collaboration server
to a new version:

Step by Step
1) Start your web browser and enter the address of the OpenScape Web Collaboration portal:
https://oscportal.fastviewer.com

2) Log on to the OpenScape Web Collaboration portal with your license number
and your password.
3) Download the current update file (Download Server-Update) for the
OpenScape Web Collaboration server from the portal.
Switch to expert mode > Tab: Download > Own Server Solution >
Download: Download Server-Update.exe
The ServerUpdate32.zip file is downloaded.

4) Unpack this archive file.


5) Stop the WebConference Server service.
Start > Administrative Tools > Services

6) Back up the setup directory:


WebConferenceServer

7) Copy the unpacked files from the archive and paste them into the setup
directory.
8) Restart the WebConference Server service.
Updating the OpenScape Web Collaboration server is now complete.

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5 Installing the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client


This chapter describes the preparatory steps you need to take before setting up
the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client on a Microsoft Windows Server
2008 R2. Furthermore, it illustrates the actual setup process in an integrated and
in a distributed deployment scenario as well as the configuration steps required
after the installation. The OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client installation
is divided into the following single steps:

Installation of the required role services and features.

Installation steps for the selected deployment scenario.

Integrated deployment scenario


The OpenScape Web Collaboration server and the OpenScape Web
Collaboration Web Client are installed on the same computer. For this
installation scenario two installation requirements must be configured.
The second prerequisite is optional and only mandatory if you would like
to use only one IP address:
If the OpenScape Web Collaboration server and the OpenScape Web
Collaboration Web Client are installed on the same computer, the
variables listen1= and listen2= must be customized. This customization is necessary since the OpenScape Web Collaboration server and
the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client IIS will then use the same
http listener. The customization must take place, regardless whether one
or two IP addresses are to be used.
Option: If the OpenScape Web Collaboration server and the OpenScape
Web Collaboration Web Client are addressed via the same IP address,
the two must be differentiated via different port assignments.

Distributed deployment scenario


The OpenScape Web Collaboration server and the OpenScape Web
Collaboration Web Client are installed on two separate computers.

You can download the software in the customer portal anytime via your license or
it is supplied to you on a CD in the scope of your order.

5.1 How to Install the required Role Services and Features


Execute the following steps to install .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 and Webserver
(IIS) independently from the selected deployment scenario on a Microsoft
Windows Server 2008 R2 system.

Step by Step
1) Start the Windows Server Manager.
2) Click on the Features option in the left-hand window section.

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The Features window section displays features already installed/activated.

3) Click on the Add Features link.


The following dialog opens:

4) Click on the checkbox of the .NET Framework 3.5.1- Features option.

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The following dialog opens:

5) Click on the Add Required Role Services button to add the required role
services and features.
The WCF feature (Windows Communication Foundation) is installed along
with .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 by default.

IMPORTANT: If you use more than one OpenScape Web Collaboration server (distributed scenario), the WCF feature must be
deactivated. Untick the checkbox of the corresponding WCF
option for this purpose.
The dialog closes automatically after the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1
installation.

6) Click on Next.

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The dialog for installing the web server (IIS) opens.

7) Click on Next.
The following dialog opens:

Here you select the role services to be installed.

8) Tick off the checkbox of the Common HTTP Features option for the web
server.
This activates the following features automatically: Static Content, Default
Document, Directory Browsing and HTTP Errors.

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9) Tick off the checkbox of the ASP.NET option.


The following dialog opens:

10) Click on the Add Required Role Services button.


This selects the following role services: ASP.NET, ISAPI Extensions and
ISAP Filters. The dialog closes automatically.

11) Click on the checkbox of the Health and Diagnostics option.


This selects the following role services: HTTP Logging and Request
Monitor.

12) Tick off the checkbox of the Performance option.


This selects the role service Static Content Compression for installation.

13) Tick off the checkbox of the Management Tools option.


This adds the role service IIS Management Console to the list of role
services to be installed.

14) Then click on Next.

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The following confirmation dialog opens:

It shows an overview of all role services selected for installation.

15) Click on Install.

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The setup of the role services starts. The following dialog indicates the
installation process.

When setup is through, the following dialog is displayed:

It contains information about the installation results of the selected role


services or features.

16) Click on Close.


The dialog and the Add Features Wizard close.

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5.2 Configuring Installation Requirements for the Integrated Deployment


Scenario
Configuring installation requirements for the integrated deployment scenario.
For the installation of the integrated deployment scenario of OpenScape Web
Collaboration Web Client two installation requirements have to be configured:
This configuration must take place before the installation of OpenScape Web
Collaboration Web Client on the OpenScape Web Collaboration server.
In the following the configuration of the two installation requirements is described
step by step.

5.2.1 How to Configure the Preparations for the Installation on a Computer


Configuration of the settings.ini on the OpenScape Web Collaboration
server for the integrated installation with two IP addresses.
Proceed as follows:

Step by Step
1) Open the settings.ini file in the setup folder of the OpenScape Web
Collaboration server in an editor.
You find this file on the OpenScape Web Collaboration server in the directory:
C:\Program Files\WebConferenceServer

2)

In the [HttpListenURLs] section edit the following variables of the settings.ini


to customize the listen1=, listen2= variables and to add listen3=:

a) listen1="http://<Your IP address>"
b) listen2="https://<Your IP address>"
c) listen3="http://localhost"
NOTICE: After the configuration, the * character must no longer
exist in the entries for the listeners.
3) Save the settings.ini file.
4) Reboot the OpenScape Web Collaboration server:
Now the preparation for the installation of OpenScape Web Collaboration server
and OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client on a server is completed.

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5.2.2 How to Configure the Preparations for an Installation with only one IP
Address
Configuration of the settings.ini on the OpenScape Web Collaboration
server for the integrated installation with only one IP address.
In case that only one IP address is to be used, different ports must be defined in
the settings.ini on the OpenScape Web Collaboration server.
Proceed as follows:

Step by Step
1) Open the settings.ini file in the setup folder of the OpenScape Web
Collaboration server in an editor.
You find this file on the OpenScape Web Collaboration server in the directory:
C:\Program Files\WebConferenceServer

2)

Edit the following variables in the settings.ini to define different port numbers:

NOTICE: You can use any free port. In the following example,
port 8090 has been used.
a) ExternalAddress=<Your IP address>:8090
b) listen1="http://<Your IP address>:8090/"
c) listen2="https://<Your IP address>:8090/"
d) listen3="http://localhost"
e) ClientURLBase=http://<Your IP address>:8090/client/
fastclient_i_%1.exe
3) Save the settings.ini file.
4) Reboot the OpenScape Web Collaboration server:
Now the OpenScape Web Collaboration server is prepared for the OpenScape
Web Collaboration Web Client installation that both can be reached via an IP
address.

5.3 How to Install an integrated Deployment Scenario


In this scenario the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client is installed on the
same computer as the OpenScape Web Collaboration.

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Prerequisites

.NET Framework 3.5 SP1 is already present on the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client.

The Webserver () as well as all required role services and features are
already installed on the computer.

Via the settings.ini on the OpenScape Web Collaboration server you


defined which installation version is desired for the integrated deployment
scenario (one or two IP addresses).

Perform the following steps:

Step by Step
1) Execute the setup.exe file.
The following dialog opens.

2) Click on Next.
The following dialog opens.

3) Use the default-set destination folder for the installation or select one via the

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4) Then click on Next.


The following dialog opens.

5) Click on Install.
The installation starts. After a short period you are prompted to perform the
settings in the settings.ini file of the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web
Client.

IMPORTANT: You need to perform the changes to the


settings.ini file before the prompt closes.
6) Open the settings.ini file in the setup folder of the program in an editor.
By default, this file is found under the following path:
C

7) Enter for the Serverlist parameter the range of possible session numbers
for your OpenScape Web Collaboration. There are the following options for
making this specification:

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IP address
Serverlist=

Server DNS
Serverlist=

Alternatively, you can enter under the URL of the computer on which the
already created serverlist.txt file is stored for the OpenScape Web
Collaboration.
For example:
//10.1.101.2/update/

8) Look for the following line:


="webclient.yourserver.com"

9) Replace value "webclient.yourserver.com" with the external, fully


qualified domain name () or the IP address of the OpenScape Web Collaboration.
="openscapewebconf2.example.com

NOTICE: Specifying the port number depends on the respective


website settings to be performed after the installation.
10) Back up your changes and close the settings.ini file.
11) Close the setup message with a click on OK.
The following dialog opens.

12) Click on Finish.


Setup is complete and the dialog closes.

13) Reboot the via the Windows Server Manager.


Now the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client activation is complete.

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5.3.1 How to Configure an integrated Scenario


This section comprises the configuration steps you need to take after installing the
OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client in an integrated deployment scenario
with only one IP address.

NOTICE: To keep the installation simple we recommend to use


the setup version with two IP addresses.

Port 80 is pre-set for the IIS (Internet Information Services) by default. If only one
IP address is used, this would conflict using the OpenScape Web Collaboration
Web Client, which deploys HTTP port 80 also. Consequently, you need to change
the port number setting respectively host name in the IIS bindings configuration.
Execute the following steps:

Step by Step
1) In the left-hand section of the Windows Server Manager window select
Roles > Web Server (IIS) > Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
2) In the Connections section click on the plus character of the connection to
be configured and select the Sites option.
The Sites section displays all configured websites, e. g. Default Web Site
and webclient.

3) Select the webclient entry.


4) In the Actions section to the right of the configured websites click on the
Bindings link.

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The following dialog opens:

5) Select in the Site Bindings list the http entry.


6) Click on Edit....
The following dialog is displayed:

7) Change one of the following values:

The pre-set port number 80 in the Port field, e. g. to 8080.

IMPORTANT: The port number for the web site of the


OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client must differ from the
port numbers for the other configured web sites.

The Host name


In this deployment scenario you need to enter here a fully qualified
domain name (FQDN) different from the one for the OpenScape Web
Collaboration server computer, for example
openscapewebconf2.example.com.

8) Click on the OK button.


The Edit Site Bindings dialog closes.

9) Click on the Close button in the Site Bindings dialog.


The dialog closes.

10) Click in the Actions section on the Start link.


The weblient website is started.

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11) If you set up the installation on a 64-bit system, execute the following
additional steps:
NOTICE: If you install the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web
Client on a 32-bit system, continue with step 12.
a) In the Connections section of the Windows Server Manager click on the
Application Pools option.
To the right of the Connections section the list of the application pools
available on the system opens.

b) Rightclick the list entry webclient.


A context menu opens.

c) Select the Advanced Settings option.


The following dialog opens:

d) Select under (General) the Enable 32-Bit Applications setting.


Value False is configured for this setting by default.

e) Use the selection button at the end of the row to change the value to True.
f)

Confirm your modifications with a click on OK.


The dialog closes.

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12) Open the configuration file setting.ini of the OpenScape Web Collaboration server.
By default, this file is found under the path:
C:\Program Files (x86)\WebConferenceServer

13) Look for the following line:


;WebClientURLBase=http://Change2YourServer/joinclient.aspx?inv=%1

14) Replace value Change2YourServer with the external, fully qualified domain
name (FQDN) or the IP address of the OpenScape Web Collaboration server
computer. For example:
;WebClientURLBase=http://openscapewebconf2.example.com:80/
joinclient.aspx?inv=%1

or
;WebClientURLBase=http://10.1.101.2:8080/joinclient.aspx?inv=%1

15) Remove the semicolon (;) at the beginning of the line.


As a result, the line and thus also the parameter you have defined become
valid.

16) Save your changes and close the settings.ini file.


17) Close the Webconferenceserver service via the Windows Server
Manager.
18) Start the Webconference server service.
19) Enter the following URL in your web browser to check the OpenScape Web
Collaboration Web Client functionality:
http://<FQDN or server IP address>:<port>
The login page of the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client opens.

5.4 How to Install a distributed Deployment Scenario


In this deployment scenario the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client is
installed on a separate computer.

Prerequisites

.NET Framework 3.5 SP1 is already present on the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client.

The Webserver () as well as all required role services and features are
already installed on the computer.

Perform the following steps:

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Step by Step
1) Execute the setup.exe file.
The following dialog opens:

2) Click on Next.

3) Use the default-set destination folder for the installation or select one via the

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4) Then click on Next.

5) Click on Install.
The installation starts. After a short period you are prompted to perform the
settings in the settings.ini file of the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web
Client.

IMPORTANT: You need to perform the changes to the


settings.ini file before the prompt closes.
6) Open the settings.ini file in the setup folder of the program in an editor.
By default, this file is found under the following path:
C

7) Enter for the Serverlist parameter the range of possible session numbers
for your OpenScape Web Collaboration. There are the following options for
making this specification:

IP address
Serverlist=

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Server DNS
Serverlist=

Alternatively, you can enter under the URL of the computer on which the
already created serverlist.txt file is stored for the OpenScape Web
Collaboration, for example:
//10.1.101.2/update/

8) Look for the line in which the parameter is defined.


9) Replace in this line the string "( with the external, fully qualified domain name
() or the IP address of the OpenScape Web Collaboration, for example
openscapewebconf1.example.com or 10.101.1.2.
10) Look for the following line:
="webclient.yourserver.com"

11) Replace value "webclient.yourserver.com" with the external, fully


qualified domain name () or the IP address of the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client.
=openscapewebconf2.example.com

NOTICE: Specifying the port number depends on the respective


website settings to be performed after the installation.
12) Back up your changes and close the settings.ini file.
13) Close the setup message with a click on OK.

14) Click on Finish.


Setup is complete and the dialog closes.

15) Reboot the via the Windows Server Manager.

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5.4.1 How to Configure a distributed Scenario


This section comprises the configuration steps you need to take after installing the
OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client in a distributed deployment scenario.

Step by Step
1) In the left-hand section of the Windows Server Manager window select
Roles > Web Server (IIS) > Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
2) In the Connections section click on the plus character of the connection to
be configured and select the Sites option.
The Sites section displays all configured websites, e. g. webclient.

3) Select the webclient entry.


4) In the Actions section to the right of the configured websites click on the
Bindings link.
The following dialog opens:

5) Select in the Site Bindings list the http entry.


6) Click on Edit....

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The following dialog is displayed:

7) Enter the FQDN name of the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client
computer in the Hostname field, for example
openscapewebconf2.example.com
8) Click on the OK button.
The Edit Site Bindings dialog closes.

9) Click on the Close button in the Site Bindings dialog.


The dialog closes.

10) Click in the Actions section on the Start link.


The weblient website is started.

11) If you set up the installation on a 64-bit system, execute the following
additional steps:
NOTICE: If you install the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web
Client on a 32-bit system, continue with step 12.
a) In the Connections section of the Windows Server Manager click on the
Application Pools option.
To the right of the Connections section the list of the application pools
available on the system opens.

b) Rightclick the list entry webclient.


A context menu opens.

c) Select the Advanced Settings option.

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The following dialog opens:

d) Select under (General) the Enable 32-Bit Applications setting.


Value False is configured for this setting by default.

e) Use the selection button at the end of the row to change the value to True.
f)

Confirm your modifications with a click on OK.


The dialog closes.

12) Open the configuration file setting.ini of the OpenScape Web Collaboration server.
By default, this file is found under the path:
C:\Program Files (x86)\WebConferenceServer

13) Look for the following line:


;ClientURLBase=http://Change2YourServer/client/
fastclient_i_%1.exe

14) Replace value Change2YourServer with the external, fully qualified domain
name (FQDN) or the IP address of the OpenScape Web Collaboration server
computer. For example:
;ClientURLBase=http://Change2YourServer/client/
fastclient_i_%1.exe

or
;ClientURLBase=http://10.1.101.2/client/fastclient_i_%1.exe

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15) Remove the semicolon (;) at the beginning of the line.


As a result, the line and thus also the parameter you have defined become
valid.

16) Look for the following line:


;WebClientURLBase=http://Change2YourServer/joinclient.aspx?inv=%1

17) Replace value Change2YourServer with the external, fully qualified domain
name (FQDN) or the IP address of the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web
Client computer. For example:
;WebClientURLBase=http://openscapewebconf2.example.com:80/
joinclient.aspx?inv=%1

or
;WebClientURLBase=http://10.1.101.3:80/joinclient.aspx?inv=%1

18) Remove the semicolon (;) at the beginning of the line.


As a result, the line and thus also the parameter you have defined become
valid.

19) Save your changes and close the settings.ini file.


20) Close the Webconferenceserver service via the Windows Server
Manager.
21) Start the Webconference server service.
22) Enter the following URL in your web browser to check the OpenScape Web
Collaboration Web Client functionality:
http://<FQDN or server IP address>:<port>
The login page of the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client opens.

5.5 Settings in the settings.ini File of the OpenScape Web Collaboration


Web Client
In the following you find a compilation of all settings you can possibly perform in
the settings.ini configuration file of the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web
Client.

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Settings in the settings.ini File of the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client

You can perform the settings in the settings.ini conveniently via the settings
dialogs of the WebClient Administrator. You find this application program
(WebClientAdministrator.exe) in path
...\inetpub\webclient\Administrator.

Setting
ClientFor
Android

Description
This parameter specifies the OpenScape
Web Collaboration client to be used for a
device with Android operating system when
its invitation link is clicked. Example:
ClientForAndroid=5

ClientForiPhone

This parameter specifies the OpenScape


Web Collaboration client to be used for a
device with iOS when its invitation link is
clicked. Example:
ClientForIPhone=3

ClientForMAC

This parameter specifies the OpenScape


Web Collaboration client to be used for a
device with MAC operating system when its
invitation link is clicked. Example:
ClientForMAC=4

ClientForMobile

This parameter specifies the OpenScape


Web Collaboration client to be used for any
mobile device when its invitation link is
clicked. Example:
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Value specification
1 for OpenScape
Web Collaboration
Web Client (with
JavaScript) or 5 for
OpenScape Web
CollaborationAndroid.
1 for OpenScape
Web Collaboration
Web Client (with
JavaScript) or 3 for
OpenScape Web
Collaboration
iPhone-App.
1 for OpenScape
Web Collaboration
Web Client (with
JavaScript) or 4 with
OpenScape Web
Collaboration Mac
client.
1 for OpenScape
Web Collaboration
Web Client (with
JavaScript) or 2 for
OpenScape Web
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Setting
ClientForUnknown

Description
This parameter specifies the OpenScape
Web Collaboration client to be used for all
other operating systems when its invitation
link is clicked. Example:

Value specification
1 for OpenScape
Web Collaboration
Web Client (with
JavaScript).

ClientForUnknown=1
ClientForWindows

This parameter specifies the OpenScape


Web Collaboration client to be used for a
Microsoft Windows operating system when
its invitation link is clicked. Example:
ClientForWindows=0

0 for OpenScape
Web Collaboration
client or 1 for
OpenScape Web
Collaboration Web
Client (with JavaScript).

ClientQueueTimeout

This parameter defines the time in millisec- <value>


onds after which the data in the waiting loop
is transferred from the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client to the OpenScape
Web Collaboration server. The default value
is ClientQueueTimeout=300.

ControlEnabled

Activates/deactivates the assignment and


application of remote-control privileges via
the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web
Client. This function is inactive by default:
ControlEnabled=0.

DBConnectionString

Connection character string for SQL servers. <connection


Example: DBConnectionString="Data string>
Source=(local)\fastviewer;Initial Catalog=fastviewer;Persist
Security
Info=True;User ID=sa;Password=<<
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>>"

DefaultWebClient

Setting to determine whether Flash or


JavaScript shall be used as default for the
OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client.
DefaultWebClient=Flash is set by
default.

=Flash or =JavaScript

DisableVideo

This option lets you disable the video feature. This feature is active by default: DisableVideo=0.

0 or 1

DomainForPathToPresavedFiles

Domain name for a legitimation if required


for accessing the path under PathToPresavedFiles.

<domain>

0 or 1

Example: DomainForPathToPresavedFiles="Company

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Setting
EnableLogging

Description

Value specification

Activates/deactivates writing of log files. This 0 or 1


parameter is inactive by default: EnableLogging=0.
Logging consumes a considerable amount of
the server system's computing power. This
may deteriorate the system performance of
the OpenScape Web Collaboration server
from user view. Therefore, activate this
parameter only for the period in which you
actually need this data to search for errors.

FQDN

External, fully qualified domain name or IP


address of the OpenScape Web Collaboration server with port specification, e. g.
FQDN="10.1.101.2:8080".

<FQDN>

iPhoneProtocolName

This parameter defines which iPhone or iPod "iOpenScape" or


application you can invoke directly via the
"iFastViewer"
OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client
link without having to enter a session ID
manually.
The default setting is iPhoneProtocolName="iFastViewer.

MAILsender

Specify here the e-mail address to be displayed as originator address for the error email. Example:
MAILsender="err.log@offline.com"

<e-mail
address>

MAILreceiver

Specify here the e-mail address the error email shall be sent to. Example: MAILreceiver="ser.coll@offline.com"

OEMVersion

This parameter defines whether or not the


0 or 1
OpenScape Web Collaboration logo shall be
displayed (in case of an OEM (Original
Equipment Manufacturer) version). The
default setting for this parameter is: OEMVersion=0

PasswordForPathToPresavedFiles

Password for a legitimation if required for


accessing the path under PathToPresavedFiles.

<password>

Example: PasswordForPathToPresavedFiles="Password"

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Setting
PathToPresavedFiles

Description

Value specification

Path in which the Windows and Mac clients <path specifihave been stored. This path must be valid for cation>
providing the clients as well as for the Smartloader function.
Example: PathToPresavedFiles="C:\Program Files
(x86)\WebConferenceServer"
See also:
DomainForPathToPresavedFiles
UsernameForPathToPresavedFiles
PasswordForPathToPresavedFiles

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Serverlist

Defines the session number range for the


OpenScape Web Collaboration server used,
e. g. 10000-99999:10.1.101.2. If this
parameter is configured, the ServerListURL parameter need not be set.

ServerListURL

If the session number range is defined in a


text file (e. g. serverlist.txt), this
parameter specifies the storage location of
this text file, e. g. http://10.1.101.2/
update/serverlist.txt.

<URL>

SmartDownloaderClientForWindows

This parameter determines the OpenScape


Web Collaboration client application offered
under a Microsoft Windows operating system via the Smartloader. The default setting
for this parameter is: SmartDownloaderClientForWindows=0

0 = OpenScape
Web Collaboration
client or 1 =
OpenScape Web
Collaboration
Web Client
(with JavaScript).

SmartDownloaderClientForMAC

This parameter determines the OpenScape


Web Collaboration client application offered
under a MAC operating system via the
Smartloader. The default setting for this
parameter is: SmartDownloaderClientForMAC=4

1 = OpenScape
Web Collaboration Web Client
(with JavaScript) or
4 = OpenScape
Web Collaboration Mac client.

SMTPPORT

Specify here the port of the SMTP server to


which you wish to transmit error reports.
Example: SMTPPORT="<port number>"

<port number>

SMTPPWD

Specify here the password of the user on the <password>


SMTP server to which you wish to transmit
error reports. Example: SMTPPWD="<password>"

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Setting

Description

Value specification

SMTPServer

Specify here the name of the SMTP server to <server name>


which you wish to transmit error reports. If
you do not specify this name, sending an
error report to an SMTP will be disabled.
Example: SMTPServer="<server
name>"

SMTPUserID

Specify here the name of the user on the


SMTP server to which you wish to transmit
error reports. Example: SMTPUserID="<UserID>"

SysLogPort

This parameter defines the port (UDP) the


OpenScape Web Collaboration server uses
for communicating with the Syslog server.
The default settings is: SysLogPort="514"

SysLogServerIp

IP address of the Syslog server to which the <IP address>


generated log messages shall be sent.
Example: SysLogServerIp="100.10.0.100.100"

UsernameForPathToPresavedFiles

User name for a legitimation if required for


accessing the path under PathToPresavedFiles.

<UserID>

<UserID>

Example: UsernameForPathToPresavedFiles="UserID"
UseSmartDownloader

Activating/deactivating the Smartloader. With False or True


the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web
Client and independent from the operating
system the appropriate client is automatically
downloaded via the Smartloader. The default
setting is: UseSmartDownloader=False

The following applies for all parameters in the settings.ini file:

Case sensitivity must be heeded.

Parameter and value are separated by an equal sign.

No blanks between parameter and equal sign

Pre-set values exist for the respective parameter only as far as specified

5.6 How to Perform an Update Installation for the OpenScape Web


Collaboration Web Client
Updating the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client to a new version.
Execute the following steps to update the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web
Client to a new version:

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Step by Step
1) Start your web browser and enter the address of the OpenScape Web Collaboration portal:
https://oscportal.fastviewer.com

2) Log on to the OpenScape Web Collaboration portal with your license number
and your password.
3) Download the currently offered Webclient file (Download WebClient
Setup) for the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client from the portal.
Switch to expert mode > Tab: Download > Own Server Solution >
Download: Download WebClient Setup
The webclientupdatex.y.z.zip file is downloaded.

4) Unpack this archive file.


5) Stop the web server.
Start > Administrative Tools > Server Manager > Expand: Roles >
Expand: Web Server (IIS) > Select: Internet Information Services (IIS)
Manager > In the right-hand section of the window under Connections:
<server name> (<server name>\<user account>) > Context menu: Stop

6) Back up the directory webclient (...\inetpub\webclient).


7) Copy the unpacked files from the archive and paste them into the directory
webclient (...\inetpub\webclient).
8) Restart the web server.
Updating the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client is now complete.

5.7 The SmartLoader


SmartLoader function.
The SmartLoader enables web conference participants to connect to each other
independently from the operating system. In this context, an automatic version
control makes sure that an updated participant module is downloaded only if
required.
Altogether the OpenScape Web Collaboration supports the following operating
systems:
Operating system

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Web Collaboration client

Microsoft Windows

Windows client (as moderator module and participant module)

Apple Mac OS

Mac client (as moderator module and participant module)

Apple iOS

iOS-App "OpenScape Web"

Google Android

Android-App "FastViewer"

Other

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Without SmartLoader, every Ad-hoc web conference requires downloading the


client that matches the operating system. If a participant has been invited for a
web conference via an invitation e-mail, the participant's operating system is
automatically recognized, but it will be downloaded each time a new web
conference session is staged.
The SmartLoader remedies the above disadvantages. Only the following URL is
now required for Ad-hoc web conferences:
join. fastviewer.com
It is used for starting the session. After you have entered the session ID for joining
the web conference, the following process starts automatically.
First the version number of the required module stored in the download directory
is checked:

If both versions are identical, the module starts automatically with the entered
session ID. As a result, the module starts extremely fast to save time and
bandwidth considerably.

If both versions are not identical, the file of the old module will first be
overwritten with the current module's file. Subsequently, the module starts
automatically with the entered session ID. After the web conference the
module is available for the faster start-up version (see above description).

The same procedure applies for web conferences started via a link in an invitation
e-mail.
Once a web conference module has been loaded via this mechanism, the
ensuing web conference sessions are loaded within seconds as the module file
need not be downloaded anew. You need not wait for an update phase to pass
until the initial start of a newly appearing module version.
SmartLoader in stand-alone operation
To use the SmartLoader in stand-alone operation the web conference participant
needs a browser that supports JavaScript.

NOTICE: You can download the JavaScript-PlugIn for all


common web browsers from the Java website (www.java.com).
If a participant does not have Java, he/she will be enabled to join the session
conventionally. The participant module required for the participant's system is
then offered for downloading.

5.7.1 How to Configure SmartLoader


Configuring SmartLoader.
Using the SmartLoader features requires the following configuration works:

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Step by Step
1) Start the application Web Client Administrator by executing the program
WebClientAdministrator.exe

You find the application program WebClientAdministrator.exe on the


OpenScape Web Collaboration server in the directory
inetpub\webclient\Administrator

2) In the Web Client Administrator, switch to the WebClient Settings tab.


3) On this tab, access the Client Type tab.
4) Activate the SmartLoader by enabling the Use Downloader option.
5) Select the clients you wish to use.
a) Select the client for Windows systems from the Client/Windows combo
box:
- Windows, for using the Windows-based participant module.
- Web, for using the web-based participant module.

b) Select the client for Mac systems from the Client/MAC combo box:
- MAC, for using the Windows-based participant module.
- Web, for using the web-based participant module.

6) Save your settings with a click on Save Settings.


Performing the SmartLoader settings is now complete. The SmartLoader is now
active too.

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Configuring a secure https Connection for the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client

5.8 Configuring a secure https Connection for the OpenScape Web


Collaboration Web Client
Enabling a secure https connection for the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web
Client.

NOTICE: The certificate required for the secure https connection


must be furnished with a "private key".
When setting up the OpenScape Web Collaboration, the system-internal Web
Client interface is installed without https support by default.
Using a secure https connection can be retrospectively enabled via installing SSL
certificates on the IIS web server that hosts the client interface as well as on the
OpenScape Web Collaboration server.
When the SSL certificate installations are complete, the OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client can use a secure https connection to the OpenScape Web
Collaboration server.
Execute the following steps for this purpose:

Add the certificates to the store of the Trusted Root Certification Authorities
for all OpenScape Web Collaboration servers used, if you wish to use an
internal root certification authority.

Install the server certificates for all OpenScape Web Collaboration servers
used.

Install the server certificates for the IIS web server.

Activate https support in the IIS web server and select a new binding port
(default 443) if required.

Perform the OpenScape Web Collaboration server configurations in the


settings.ini.

In the following sections we detail how to proceed in the single work steps.

5.8.1 How to Add a Certificate to the Store of the Trusted Root Certification
Authority
Step-by-step guide to adding a certificate to the Trusted Root Certification
Authority.

NOTICE: You find further information about this procedure under:


http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/
cc754841.aspx

To add a certificate to the store of the Trusted Root Certification Authority if you
wish to use an internal root certification authority proceed as follows:

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Step by Step
1) Click on Start.
2) Click in the input field Search programs and files.
3) Enter mmc and confirm the entry with the return key.
The Management Console opens.

4) In the Management Console open the File menu and select the Add/
Remove Snap-In function.
The Add or Remove Snap-ins dialog opens.

5) Select in the Available snap-ins area the Certificates snap-in and click on
Add.
6) Select in the Certificates snap-in dialog under This snap-in will always
manage certificates for: the Computer account option and click on Next.
7) Select in the Select Computer dialog Local computer and click on Finish.
The Select Computer dialog closes.

8) If you do not wish to add any further snap-ins to the console, click on OK.
The Add or Remove Snap-ins dialog opens.

9) Expand in the console structure the Certificates entry.


The certificate objects are displayed.

10) Open the context menu of the object Trusted Root Certification Authorities
with a click of the right mouse button.
11) Select All Tasks > Import to import the certificates.
Now follow the steps through the Certificate Import Wizard dialog.

12) Repeat this procedure for all available OpenScape Web Collaboration
servers.
The certificate has now been added to the store of the Trusted Root Certification
Authority.

5.8.2 How to Install the Server Certificate on the OpenScape Web


Collaboration Server
Step-to-step guide to installing the server certificate on the OpenScape Web
Collaboration server.
To install the server certificate on the OpenScape Web Collaboration server
proceed as follows:

Step by Step
1) Click on Start.
2) Click in the input field Search programs and files.

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3) Enter mmc and confirm the entry with the return key.
The Management Console opens.

4) In the Management Console open the File menu and select the Add/
Remove Snap-In function.
The Add or Remove Snap-ins dialog opens.

5) Select in the Available snap-ins area the Certificates snap-in and click on
Add.
6) Select in the Certificates snap-in dialog under This snap-in will always
manage certificates for: the Computer account option and click on Next.
7) Select in the Select Computer dialog Local computer and click on Finish.
The Select Computer dialog closes.

8) If you do not wish to add any further snap-ins to the console, click on OK.
The Add or Remove Snap-ins dialog opens.

9) Expand in the console structure the Certificates entry.


The certificate objects are displayed.

10) Open the context menu of the Personal object with a click of the right mouse
button.
11) Select All Tasks > Import to import the certificates.
Now follow the steps through the Certificate Import Wizard dialog.
The server certificate is now installed on the OpenScape Web Collaboration
server.

5.8.3 How to Install the Server Certificate on the IIS Web Server
Step-to-step guide to installing the server certificate on the IIS web server.
To install the server certificate on the IIS web server proceed as follows:

Step by Step
1) Click on Start.
2) Click in the input field Search programs and files.
3) Enter mmc and confirm the entry with the return key.
The Management Console opens.

4) In the Management Console open the File menu and select the Add/
Remove Snap-In function.
The Add or Remove Snap-ins dialog opens.

5) Select in the Available snap-ins area the Certificates snap-in and click on
Add.

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6) Select in the Certificates snap-in dialog under This snap-in will always
manage certificates for: the Computer account option and click on Next.
7) Select in the Select Computer dialog Local computer and click on Finish.
The Select Computer dialog closes.

8) If you do not wish to add any further snap-ins to the console, click on OK.
The Add or Remove Snap-ins dialog opens.

9) Expand in the console structure the Certificates entry.


The certificate objects are displayed.

10) Open the context menu of the Personal object with a click of the right mouse
button.
11) Select All Tasks > Import to import the certificates.
Now follow the steps through the Certificate Import Wizard dialog.
The server certificate is now installed on the IIS web server.

5.8.4 How to Activate https Support on the OpenScape Web Collaboration


Server
Step-by-step guide to activating https support on the OpenScape Web Collaboration server.
To activate https support on the OpenScape Web Collaboration server proceed
as follows:

Step by Step
1) Click on Start.
2) Click on All Programs
3) Click on Web Conference Server.
4) Click on Certificate Installer.
The installation dialog of the OpenScape Web Collaboration server certificate
opens.

5) Click on Select Cert.


The dialog opens in which you can select the desired certificate.

6) Select the previously installed certificate


7) Click on OK.

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8) Enter under IP Address the IP address assigned to the OpenScape Web


Collaboration server.
NOTICE: You can also use the combo box to enter the IP
address.
9) Click on Install Cert .
The selected certificate is installed.
Now the https support is installed on the OpenScape Web Collaboration server.

5.8.5 How to Activate https Support and Configure the Binding Port in IIS
Step-by-step guide to activating https support and configuring the binding port on
the IIS server.
To activate https support and configure the binding port on the IIS server proceed
as follows:

Step by Step
1) Click on Start.
2) Click on Administrative Tools.
3) Start the Server Manager.
4) Expand the console structure Roles.
5) Expand Web Server IIS.
6) Expand Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
7) Expand on the right side under Connections the IIS server entry (computer
name).
8) Expand Sites.
9) Open the webclient context menu with a click of the right mouse button and
select the Edit bindings function.
The dialog for configuring the binding port Site Bindings opens.

10) Select Add here.


The Edit Site Bindings dialog opens.

11) Enter in the configuration dialog the binding type https under Type.
12) Enter in the configuration dialog under IP Address the IP address assigned
to the Web Client server.
NOTICE: Be sure to enter the IP address of the Web Client server
and not the IP address of the OpenScape Web Collaboration
server.

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13) Enter in the configuration dialog port 443 under Port.


NOTICE: You can also use any other port here. This port information is automatically transmitted to all Web Client subscribers.
14) Select under SSL Certificate the certificate you have previously installed.
15) Click on OK to complete defining the binding port.
The Edit Site Bindings dialog closes.

16) Click in the Side Bindings dialog on Close.


17) Select on the right side under Connections the IIS server entry (computer
name).
18) Select on the right side in the action area under Manage Server the Restart
function.
Activating https support and configuring the port on the IIS server is now
complete.

5.8.6 How to Configure the OpenScape Web Collaboration Server for an


https Connection
Step-by-step guide to configuring the OpenScape Web Collaboration server for
an https connection.
To configure the OpenScape Web Collaboration server for an https connection
proceed as follows:

Step by Step
1) Open the settings.ini file with an appropriate text editor.
NOTICE: You find this file on the OpenScape Web Collaboration
server in the directory C:\Program Files (x86)\WebConferenceServer\
2) At the top of the settings.ini file, under ExternalAddress=, add to
lines to activate SSL support:
a) SSLListenOn=1
b) SSLUrl=https://<IP address of the Web Collaboration
server>/
NOTICE: Be sure to enter the IP address of the OpenScape Web
Collaboration server and not the one of the Web Client server in
the IIS server.

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3) At the bottom of the settings.ini file, adjust value WebclientURLBase=:


a) If you continue to use default port 443, enter the following:
WebclientURLBase=https://<IP address of the Web Client
server>/joinclient.aspx?inv=%1

b) If you have defined a new port address for https support, enter the
following line:
WebclientURLBase=https://<IP address of the Web Client
server>:<port number>/joinclient.aspx?inv=%1

4) Reboot the OpenScape Web Collaboration server:


a) Click on Start.
b) Click on Administrative Tools.
c) Start the Server Manager.
d) Expand the console structure Configuration.
e) Select Services.
f)

Scroll downward in the services list until you reach the Web Conference
Server entry and open the context menu of this service with a click of the
right mouse button.

g) Select Restart in the context menu.


Configuring the OpenScape Web Collaboration server for https support is now
complete. From now on, web conference sessions are held via a secure https
connection.

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Configuring OpenScape Web Collaboration Secure Advisor

6 Installing OpenScape Web Collaboration Secure Advisor


OpenScape Web Collaboration Secure Advisor is ideal for service personnel, for
continuously maintaining single PCs or servers as well as for fast and efficient
help and support anytime world-wide. You need a license for using this application.
This edition of the OpenScape Web Collaboration consists of two modules:

Moderator module
The moderator module FastMaster.exe contains your license. It is
independent from workstations, thus usable on any number of PCs. It must
not be passed on to further clients. Alternatively, you can store the module on
a data carrier (e. g. USB stick) for working with it from any location world-wide.
The customer portal allows you to download your moderator module anytime.

Secure Advisor client module


You can download this module via the Download remoted setup button in
the customer portal anytime. The fvwresetup.exe file must be executed on
every computer to be accessed via a remoted session. After you have
installed the Secure Advisor module on the desired computer, the Secure
Advisor client is integrated in the management console of the moderator
module.

NOTICE: Install the Secure Advisor client module on all PCs to


be controlled remotely. In doing so please note that one Secure
Advisor license is required per installation. This license is
allocated until you uninstall the module. Shutting down the
module does not automatically release the license.

6.1 Configuring OpenScape Web Collaboration Secure Advisor


This section contains information that are to be noted when configuring the client
module after the installation.
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icon opens a context menu with the following options:

Secure Advisor
This option is inactive by default, because the client module starts automatically after its installation. Only if you stop the client module ( ) this option
becomes active.

Secure Advisor
This menu option lets you stop the client module without shutting it down.
Remote access to the relevant computer is then not possible.

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Status window
A click on this menu option or doubleclicking the
window:

icon opens the following

This window provides information about the status or the web conferencing service - stopped or started - and the server's IP address.

A click on the HTTP Configuration button opens the following dialog that
you can also reach via the HTTP Configuration menu option.

If you use a proxy server with authentication, you can enter the respective
user data in the Proxy username or Proxy password fields.
In the HTTP combo box you can select the HTTP version to be used.
In the Default LAN Settings area you can enter the server with the
respective Port number and determine to Bypass proxy on local
network.
You can specify a path for automatically configuring the settings under
Autoconfig URL.

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The FastProxy button enables expanding the configuration dialog as


follows:

Additional information about the status of the FastProxy service as well as


about the available FastProxy servers and FastProxy clients is displayed.

When you tick off the Write transferlog checkbox, every client access to
the web conference server is logged in a log file.

HTTP Configuration
Via this option you reach the HTTP Configuration dialog.

Show Logfiles
This option allows viewing the created log files.

Exit
Shuts the Secure Advisor client module down. The Windows task bar does
not shows any icons anymore. Remote access to the relevant computer is
now impossible.

6.2 How to Install OpenScape Web Collaboration Secure Advisor Edition


This section is a step-by-step guide to setting up the client module of OpenScape
Web Collaboration Secure Advisor Edition.

Prerequisites

You have a valid license for the Secure Advisor edition of the OpenScape
Web Collaboration.

You have downloaded the setup file fvwresetup.exe via the customer
portal or have an OpenScape Web Collaboration CD.

Execute the following setup steps:

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Step by Step
1) Execute the fvwresetup.exe file.
2) Click on the Run button in the open security prompt dialog.
3) Select a language for the installation. You can choose German or English.
4) Click on OK in the Select Setup Language dialog.
The Remoted Service Setup Wizard starts.

5) Click on Next.

6) Keep the default-set Destination Location for the setup or select another
folder via the Browse ... button.

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FastProxy Concept and Configuration

7) Then click on Next.

8) Click on Install.
The installation starts.

9) When the setup is finished, click on Finish.


The Remoted Service Setup Wizard is closed. The following icon appears
in the Windows task bar: .

The client module has started automatically.

6.3 FastProxy Concept and Configuration


Using the OpenScape Web Collaboration Secure Advisor enables defining and
deploying one or several FastProxys. One FastProxy acts as proxy in a network
and bundles the status information of up to 500 clients. This status information is
then sent via only one line to the OpenScape Web Collaboration server. This way,
you can manage up to 25 000 000 clients per OpenScape Web Collaboration
server.
Two FastProxy types are possible:

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FastProxy Concept and Configuration

FastProxy server
Represents the interface to the OpenScape Web Collaboration server. The
online status that each Secure Advisor client sends is transmitted to the
FastProxy server, which then forwards the status to the OpenScape Web
Collaboration server.

FastProxy client
It does not report its online status independently to the OpenScape Web
Collaboration server anymore but to the FastProxy server, which exists in the
same network. If the FastProxy server is unavailable, a direct connection to
the OpenScape Web Collaboration server is set up.

You can configure each Secure Advisor client as FastProxy server or as


FastProxy client via the customer portal. We recommend to store the different
FastProxy server or FastProxy client settings in different profiles. This enables
you to download the Secure Advisor setup with the corresponding profile easily
and anytime according to usage. For example, define the following two profiles
under Settings V 3.x > Functions > "Remote" tab:

FastProxy server
The options Use FastProxy server and Use FastProxy Client have been
selected.

FastProxy client
Only the option Use FastProxy Client has been selected.

NOTICE: To create a new profile, click on the Profile Manager


and then on the New Profile button.
As you can see in the below figure, you can specifically use a Secure Advisor
client as FastProxy server. All other Secure Advisor clients are installed with the
setup of the FastProxy client profile and use the FastProxy server as long as it is
available.

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FastProxy Concept and Configuration

When setting up the FastProxy server profile in larger networks we recommend


to also install several Secure Advisor clients that organize their FastProxy
functionality independently. If, for example, a computer that serves the FastProxy
server role is shut down, another computer becomes automatically active to adopt
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Certificate Installer

7 Administrative Tools
Administrative tools for the OpenScape Web Collaboration server
This section describes the administrative tools used for connecting SSL certificates as well as for analyzing and maintaining. They are not required for normal
use of the OpenScape Web Collaboration server. You reach such tools via Start
> All Programs > Webconference Server V3.x.
The following tools are available:

Certificate Installer
Tool for connecting SSL certificates.

Server Admin
Tool for analyzing the server status.

Log Viewer
Tool for representing logs.

7.1 Certificate Installer


Tool for connecting SSL certificates.
If you wish to encrypt the communication during a web conference session you
need to have a valid SSL certificate for the IIS. The Certificate Installer serves for
connecting SSL certificates to the corresponding OpenScape Web Collaboration
server addresses.
You reach such tools via Start > All Programs > Webconference Server V3.x >
Certificate Installer.

The GUI of this tool offers the following operating elements and functions:

IP Address
Enter here the IP address the SSL certificate shall be bound to. Alternatively,
you can select the IP address manually via the opposite combo box.

Clear all
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Select cert
After clicking this button you can select the SSL certificate to be bound to the
IP address mentioned under IP Address. The certificate name appears to the
right of Certificate. In addition, the finger print of your SSL certificate (the socalled hash value) appears to the right of Fingerprint.

Remove cert
Via this button you can separate the SSL certificate from the IP address
defined above.

Install cert
After you have made all required entries, a click on this button binds the
selected SSL certificate to the specified IP address.

7.2 Server Admin


Tool for analyzing the server status.
This is a browser-based tool that enables displaying the server or database
status, the number of currently started sessions and the connected client
modules. You can also use it for displaying the current server configuration
(settings.ini).
You reach this tool via Start > All Programs > Webconference Server V3.x >
Server Admin.

NOTICE: You can access this tool also directly via a web browser
. Enter http://localhost/admin in the input line for this
purpose.

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Clicking one of the following buttons represented in the left-hand section of the
page you can have the corresponding information displayed:

SYSTEM STATUS
This page is displayed by default when the Server Admin starts. It contains
general information about the server (e. g. server name, session ID range),
network information (e. g. type (direct, via HTTP or HTTPS) and number of
connections), server status: active/inactive.

CURRENT SESSIONS
A click on this button displays all current sessions.

CONNECTED CLIENTS
After clicking this button you receive an overview of all currently connected
clients.

DATABASE STATUS
The single entries in the Table column can be exported or displayed in the
XML format. Such information is exclusively important for support purposes.

VIEW CONFIGURATION
Enables a fast overview of the server settings contained in the
settings.ini configuration file.

7.3 Log Viewer


Tool for representing logs.
Log Viewer
With the Log Viewer tool you can gain an overview of all staged sessions. It
provides useful information about sessions in tabular and graphical format
anytime. In addition, this tool enables you to sort connection or session details by
various criteria and execute an export in the CSV format.
You reach this tool via Start > All Programs > Webconference Server V3.x >
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The Log Viewer is divided into four tabs:

Connection Log
This tab lists the following information about all established connections in
tabular format:

Serial-No

Computername of the moderator

Session number

Start-Time of a session

End-Time of a session

Duration/min

Internal IP address of the moderator

External IP address of the moderator

External IP Client

Participants

Start-Info entered at the beginning of the session

End-Info entered at the end of the session

Windows user name of the moderator

Customername (only if specified in the moderator module)

RE Username - user name if the of the OpenScape Web


Collaboration Secure Advisor is used

RE Computername - name of the accessed computer

RE-Info 1-9

Broken - if the session has been cancelled because e. g. of a dropped


connection, a tick is placed in this column for the cancelled session.
You can also toggle Universal time (UTC) and Local time.
With the help of a conversion function you can request an evaluation by
/$
amounts. Simply enter the desired minute rate in the Cost $/min. field, then
click on Show.
You can group the above information by column. Drag the corresponding
header of a selected column into the bar positioned directly on top of the tabs
with the left mousebutton kept pressed. The following figure shows data
grouped by session number.

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Log Viewer

Session Log
This tab lists the following information about all held sessions in tabular
format:

Serial-No - serial number of the purchased license

Session-No - session number

Event-Time - start time of the session

Source

Target

Service

Information

Info 1-5

Message type

Diagram "Number of Sessions"


This tab provides a graphic overview of the sessions held in a previously
defined period, so that performance peaks can be detected early. On the xaxis you can see the selected period and the y-axis displays the number of
sessions held in parallel respectively the number of participants.

Diagram "Number of Sessions"


This tab provides a graphic overview of the involved participants in a previously defined period, so that performance peaks can be detected early. The
x-axis displays the selected period and on the y-axis you can see the number
of participants.

You can determine the period in which logging information is displayed on each
of the four tabs. Use the fields Date from and to in the tab's top section for this
purpose. After you have clicked on Show, the desired data is evaluated and
subsequently displayed on the current tab.

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Installation Requirements

8 Installing OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant


Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin
Installing the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor
Outlook Plugin.
The OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook
Plugin must be locally available on your computer for using it.

NOTICE: The installation dialogs appear in English language.

8.1 Installation Requirements


Installation requirements for the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/
Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin.
You can use the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor
Outlook Plugin only in combination with the OpenScape Web Collaboration
server in the stand-alone version.
The required SSL certificate with private key must have been deposited. You find
further information about using a secure https connection in this manual.
The OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook
Plugin is available for 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Microsoft Outlook.
The OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook
Plugin is released for the following Microsoft Outlook versions:

Microsoft Outlook 2003

Microsoft Outlook 2007

Microsoft Outlook 2010

8.2 How to Provide the Installation File


Providing the installation file for the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant
Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin.
To provide the installation file for the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant
Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin proceed as follows:

Step by Step
1) Invoke the following internet page:
http://www.oscportal.fastviewer.com

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The portal page for downloading OpenScape Web Collaboration components


opens.

2) To log on for the first time, enter your license number for accessing this web
portal under Alias/Serial.
3) Specify your password for accessing this web portal under Password.
4) Click on Login.
The start page of the customer portal opens.

5) Click in the menu bar on the Switch to expert mode button.

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How to Provide the Installation File

You see your account data as well as the status of your license.

6) Click on Download.
The following page is displayed:

7) In the Tools section click on the Download link next to the Outlook-AddIn
<version number>.zip label.

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How to Perform the Installation

The file download dialog opens.

8) Click on OK in the file download dialog.


The Outlook-AddIn <version number>.zip is being downloaded into
your download directory.
Providing the installation files for the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant
Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin is now complete.

8.3 How to Perform the Installation


Installation procedure for the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/
Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin.

NOTICE: The language of the setup dialogs is English only.

To install the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor


Outlook Plugin locally on the user computer proceed as follows:

Step by Step
1) Start the installation file Setup.exe
The following dialog opens.

2) Click on the Next > button to start the installation.

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How to Perform the Installation

The following dialog opens.

3) Perform the following installation settings in this dialog:


a) If required, select another installation directory. To do this, specify a new
path under Folder or select another directory via the Browse button.
b) With a click on the Disc Cost button you can check whether there is sufficient memory on the selected drive for the installation.

c) Click the appropriate option to determine whether the OpenScape Web


Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin installation
shall be performed for all users of this computer or only for the installing
user.
4) Click on the Next > button.

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The following dialog opens.

5) Click on the Next > button.


The following dialog opens.

6) This dialog displays the installation progress.

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How to Perform the Configuration on the OpenScape Web Collaboration Server

Wait for the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor


Outlook Plugin installation to finish.

7) When the installation is complete, click on Close.


You have now performed the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/
Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin installation for the selected users.

NOTICE: If Microsoft Outlook was up during the installation, the


OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor
Outlook Plugin is only displayed after a fresh start of
Microsoft Outlook.
After launching Microsoft Outlook you find an additional menu with the abbreviation Add-Ins on the menu bar. Select this menu to reach the operating and
settings dialogs.

8.4 How to Perform the Configuration on the OpenScape Web Collaboration


Server
Configuration for the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure
Advisor Outlook Plugin on the OpenScape Web Collaboration server.
OpenScape Web CollaborationTo configure the server for an https connection
proceed as follows:OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure
Advisor Outlook Plugin

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How to Perform a Deployment

Step by Step
1) Update the OpenScape Web Collaboration server to the latest version.
2) In the header area, directly under the line ExternalAddress= , enter the
following two commands in the settings.ini of the OpenScape Web
Collaboration server (path: <drive>:\Program Files (x86)\WebConferenceServer):
a) XMLRPCsecure=true
b) XMLRPCsecureFQDN=host.yourdomain.com (please enter the FQDN
address of the OpenScape Web Collaboration server for
host.yourdomain.com).
3) Integrate the SSL certificate on the OpenScape Web Collaboration server if
this has not been done yet.
NOTICE: To enable the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant
Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin communicating with the
OpenScape Web Collaboration server, an SSL certificate for
using HTTPS is required on the server. Install the SSL certificate
on the server and bind it to the OpenScape Web Collaboration
server with the supplied "Certificate Installer". The SSL certificate
must be bound to the server via port 5100.
4) Restart the "Webconferenceserver" service on the OpenScape Web Collaboration server.
5) Release the TCP port 5100 at the OpenScape Web Collaboration server
inbound.
NOTICE: Ensure that port 5100 is also released outbound on all
computers on which the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant
Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin is installed.
6) If required, adjust the server address under Webconference RegistrationServer in the settings dialog of the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant
Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin.
Configuring the OpenScape Web Collaboration server for using the OpenScape
Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin is now
complete.

8.5 How to Perform a Deployment


OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin
via a group policy.
To perform the installation of the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/
Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin for several computers via a deployment (mass
rollout) proceed as follows:

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How to Update or Repair the Plug-in

Step by Step
1) Install the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor
Outlook Plugin on a test system.
2) Perform the basic configuration for the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant
Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin for this installation in the Settings
dialog. This basic configuration contains the following data:

The start options for the web conference.

*The license number

*The license password

*The name of the web conference registration server

A subject (for example: "Web conference")

One conference location specification (for example: "Online")

The invitation text. For example: "You have been invited for a web
conference. Please click on the following link to take part in the
conference:"

The settings indicated with * are mandatory for logging the OpenScape Web
Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin on to the web
conference registration server. You can enter the remaining configuration
data locally after the installation.

3) Save the settings by closing the Settings dialog.


The settings are stored in the settings.xml file in the AppData directory.

NOTICE: The settings indicated with * are stored in the


settings.ini encrypted.
Path: <drive>:\user\<user name>\AppData\Roaming\WebConferenceReservationOutlookAddIn

4) Now initiate the distribution of the installation files setup.exe and WebConferenceReservationOutlookAddInSetup.msi among the single client
computers via a group policy.
5) Now initiate the distribution of the settings.xml configuration file to the
local user directory AppData via a group policy.
Path: <drive>:\user\<user name>\AppData\Roaming\WebConferenceReservationOutlookAddIn
The deployment for the Microsoft Outlook clients is now complete.

8.6 How to Update or Repair the Plug-in


OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin
via the setup.

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How to Uninstall the Plug-in

To install a more recent application version or to perform a fresh installation


because errors occured in the application, proceed as follows:

Step by Step
1) Start the installation file Setup.exe
The following maintenance dialog opens:

2) Select the Repair maintenance option.


3) Click on the Finish button to initiate the selected action.
The installation routine starts. In this process, the application is installed
completely anew.

8.7 How to Uninstall the Plug-in


OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin
via the setup.

NOTICE: The OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/


Secure Advisor Outlook Plugin should be uninstalled in the usual
manner via Control Panel > Programs.

To remove the OpenScape Web Collaboration Instant Meeting/Secure Advisor


Outlook Plugin completely from your workstation via the setup proceed as follows:

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Step by Step
1) Start the installation file Setup.exe
The following maintenance dialog opens:

2) Select the Remove maintenance option.


3) Click on the Finish button to initiate the selected action.
The uninstallation routine starts and the application is removed completely from
your system.

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Index
A

Acronym directory 9
ASP.NET 44

Moderator module 11

Notations in this manual 8

Certificate Installer 85
Client module 12
Configuration file settings.ini
OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client 62
Configuring a deployment scenario
distributed 59
integrated 52
Conventions 8
Customer portal 16, 31, 90

D
Distributed deployment scenario
configuring 59
installing 55
downloading the installation file 16, 31, 90

E
Editing site bindings 53, 60

F
FastProxy 82
client 83
server 83
FQDN 65

H
Hosted version 38
HTTP logging 44

I
IIS management console 44
Installation requirements 40
Installing a deployment scenario
distributed 55
integrated 49
Installing the web server (IIS) 40
Integrated deployment scenario
configuring 52
installing 49

L
Log Viewer 87
Logging activation 65

N
O
OpenScape Web Collaboration remoted
configuring 78
installing 80
OpenScape Web Collaboration secure advisor 78
OpenScape Web Collaboration server 13
activating 26
configuring 23
installing 19
OpenScape Web Collaboration Web Client 40, 62, 65
installing 49, 55
Outlook plug-in
deployment 97
installation 90
installation procedure 93
installation requirements 90
providing the installation files 90
server configuration 96
uninstallation 99
updating/repairing 99

P
Port 67

R
Reference manuals 9
Release code 28
request monitor 44

S
Secure advisor 78
server 67
Server Admin 86
Server configuration file
adjusting 23
Server installation
checking 29
Server module
configuring 23
installing 19
Serverlist URL 26

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Index

Session number 66
Session number range 66
defining 26
Smartloader, configuration 69
Smartloader, general information 68
Static content compression 44
Syslog 67
System requirements 13

T
Tools 85, 86, 87

W
Webconferenceserver service 55, 62

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