Note: To complete the procedure, the Windows Server 2003 cd (or dvd) is typically required. 1) Log in using the Administrator account (or an account in the Administrator's group). 2) Select Add/Remove Windows Components


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Background:

Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) is a requirement for an RSView SE HMI Server (Distributed Applications only). IIS is also a requirement for RSView32 Active Display and RSView32 Webserver products.
Problem:

Windows 2003 only adds certain Application Server components during the initial OS installation.
Solution:

You need to manually add the appropriate IIS Sub-components before using RSView SE in a distributed environment. IIS installation instructions are provided in the SE Installation Guide, or you can follow the instructions below.
Note: To complete the procedure, the Windows Server 2003 CD (or DVD) is typically required.

1) Log in using the Administrator account (or an account in the Administrator's group).
2) Select Add/Remove Windows Components from Add/Remove Programs in the Windows Control Panel.
3) In the Windows Components Wizard dialog, double-click Application Server.

4) In the Application Server dialog box, double-click Internet Information Services (IIS).

5) In the Internet Information Server (IIS) dialog, scroll to the bottom and select World Wide Web Service. This will automatically include Internet Information Services Manager and Common Files resulting in the 3 required IIS Subcomponents for RSView SE 3.2, RSView32 ADS and RSView32 Webserver. Note: Do NOT install the subcomponent BITS (Background Intelligent Transfer Service). For more information, see the Related Links at the end of this document.

6) In the Internet Information Server (IIS) dialog, double-click World Wide Web Service to display the World Wide Web Service components. Select Active Server Pages and WebDAV Publishing (World Wide Web Service should already be selected).

7) Click OK three times and then click Next finish the Add/Remove Windows Components wizard (at this point, you will typically be prompted for your Windows Server 2003 CD to provide some additional files). After successfully completing the wizard, you may be prompted to reboot.
8) After reboot (if prompted), check to see that IIS is functioning properly by clicking Start > Run > and entering "http://localhost".

You should receive an "Under Construction" page.
Note: If you have not uninstalled Internet Explorer's Enhanced Security Configuration, you will also receive a dialog box regarding IE security. Like IIS, this software component is installed and uninstalled using Add/Remove Windows Components from Add/Remove Programs in the Windows Control Panel.
Your IIS based RSView product should now work properly. If you are using RSView SE and you have already installed it, you should be able to display the HMI Server Status Page by clicking Start > Run > and entering "http://localhost/rsviewse".

Related Links:

30387 - RSView SE 3.20 Distributed System Design Considerations
32362 - ServerFramework.exe memory leak on Windows Server 2003
35459 - Unable to view "RSView Enterprise HMI Server Status Page" in Internet Explorer on Windows Server 2003

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