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Install Data Sync Team Server

7 January 2013

System Requirements

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008/R2/2012
  • IIS 7.0 or Higher
  • Windows Authentication for IIS
  • .NET Framework 4.0 Full Profile
  • SQL Server 2008 or Higher configured for SQL Mixed Authentication Mode.

Step 1 – Data Synchronisation Studio

Install Data Synchronisation Studio as normal selecting either 64 bit or 32 bit as required for your system. Then activate Data Sync with your Server Edition License Key.

Step 2 – Data Sync Team Server

Install Data Sync Team Server as normal by running the install program this will install the IIS WebSite for Ouvvi and install the Ouvvi Processing Service.

Step 3 – DB Setup

The next step is to create an Ouvvi Database that this instance of Ouvvi will connect to. When you start the Ouvvi Website if there's no configuration file it will start the setup process. Here you need to enter your Network Credentials these are your Windows Username & Password that has Admin rights for your SQL Server. The SQL Server Name and Instance Name such as LOCALHOST\SQLEXPRESS the name of the Database you wish to create and a SQL User account name and password (Setup will create this user).


Step 4 – License

Once the DB is configured which takes a few seconds you will be redirected to the home page with further setup instructions. The first thing is to enter your Server Edition license key.


Selecting “Projects” from the Menu will re-direct you to the License Page. Enter your Key and Click Activate.


Step 5 – Windows Service

Next you need to open the Windows Service Control Manager (services.msc) to configure and Start the Ouvvi Processing Service. Locate the “Ouvvi Processing Service” set the user to a domain service account you want to use to run the Data Sync integration Tasks and press Start.

Windows Service

Now if you switch to the Services –> System Services Tab you will see all the background Tasks have started and are running.

System Services

NOTE: If you need to re-start the setup process you should delete the Ouvvi.config file from the Directory C:\ProgramData\Simego\Ouvvi and restart the OuvviWeb AppPool in IIS.

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