I. Audience
II. Organization
III. Related Documents
IV. Reader's Comments
V. Conventions
VI. Publications On-line
VII. Ordering Publications
VIII. Customer support

Overview of the installation
1.1 Installing a Sonork Server
1.2 Installing a Windows Sonork Server
1.3 Considerations
1.4 System Requirements
1.4.1. Hardware
1.4.2. Operating System
1.4.3. Network
1.4.4. Database engine/server
1.4.5. Memory (RAM)
1.4.6. Storage Space (Hard drive space)

2.1 The welcome screen
2.2 Choosing where and what to install
2.2.1. Where to Install
2.2.2. What to install
2.3 Server address and ports
2.3.1. Server Address
2.3.2. Ports
2.4 The data folders
2.4.1. Database and Scripts
2.4.2. Temporary files
2.4.3. Client installer and configuration
2.4.4. File repository
2.4.5. HTTP published
2.5 The ODBC Data Source
2.6 Server start up mode
2.6.1. Manually
2.6.2. Windows Session
2.6.3. Service
2.7 Ready to install
2.7.1. Star Server after installation completes
2.7.2. Reset Configuration
2.7.3. Run Client setup after installation completes
2.8 Installation
2.9 Installation Complete

Configuration of the Sonork Server
3.1 Server Profiles
3.2 License
3.2.1. Installing a new key
3.2.2. Activation Key Warning

Upgrading the Sonork Server
4.1 The welcome screen
4.2 Choosing where and what to install
4.2.1. Where to Install
4.2.2. What to install
4.3 Server address and ports
4.3.1. Server Address
4.3.2. Ports
4.4 The data folders
4.4.1. Database and Scripts
4.4.2. Temporary files
4.4.3. Client installer and configuration
4.4.4. File repository
4.4.5. HTTP published
4.5 The ODBC Data Source
4.6 Migration options
4.6.1. New installation
4.6.2. Upgrading
4.6.3. Partial
4.6.4. Manual
4.7 Server start up mode
4.7.1. Manually
4.7.2. Windows Session
4.7.3. Service
4.8 Ready to install
4.8.1. Star Server after installation completes
4.8.2. Reset Configuration
4.8.3. Run Client setup after installation completes
4.9 Installation
4.10 Installation Complete

Installing the Sonork Client
5.1 Running the installation program
5.2 Private net/Extranet support
5.2.1. Client startup mode
5.3 Start Options
5.3.1. Advanced Start Options
5.4 Client's account/profile
5.4.1. Create/Recover profile
5.5 Network configuration
5.6 The Client configuration file
5.6.1. Difference with previous versions

Appendix
Server Installation Log File
Reviewing Instalation Log File
Example of a Server Intalation Log File
Connection Problems
PING
PING IP-number
Connecting by IP
Startup Failure

Figures
Figure 2-1 Welcome Window
Figure 2-2 Where and what to install window
Figure 2-3 Browsing folders
Figure 2-4 Server IP address and ports
Figure 2-5 Data folders
Figure 2-6 ODBC System DSN
Figure 2-7 Selecting external ODBC data source
Figure 2-8 ODBC User and Password
Figure 2-9 Startup mode
Figure 2-10 Ready to install
Figure 2-11 Installing
Figure 2-12 Sucessfull window
Figure 3-1 Server Configuration Utility
Figure 3-2 Server Profile
Figure 3-3 License Activation Key
Figure 3-4 Activation Key Warning
Figure 3-5 Prefix Migration
Figure 3-6 Activation Key Installed
Figure 4-1 Welcome Window
Figure 4-2 Upgrade warning message
Figure 4-3 Where and what to install window
Figure 4-4 Server IP address and ports
Figure 4-5 Data folders
Figure 4-6 ODBC System DSN
Figure 4-7 Selecting external ODBC data source
Figure 4-8 ODBC User and Password
Figure 4-9 Migration options
Figure 4-10 Startup mode
Figure 4-11 Ready to install
Figure 4-12 Installing
Figure 4-13 Successful window
Figure 5-1 Client Installer Welcome Window
Figure 5-2 Network Types Window
Figure 5-3 Start Options
Figure 5-4 Start Options, Advanced
Figure 5-5 Profiles Window
Figure 5-6 Add Profile Window