Click Next

The Presentations2Go Catalogue (the website) will be installed in the inetpub\wwwroot folder. If you have moved this folder to another location, define the new location here.

Click Next

Define the webserver DNS name (see above defining hosts file)

Define the DNS name you reserved for the Encoderservice listen address

Define the Presentations2Go Assets folder.

Click Next

Check and confirm the database settings.

Click Next

Select the Session State Mode you will be using.

When using Inproc (In Process) state mode, the number of IIS worker processes is limited to 1.

When using StateServer mode, you can have multiple parallel worker processes. On heavy loaded servers, StateServer will give better performance. Only select StateServer if you experience performance issues in the Catalogue.

Click Next

Presentations2Go offers three authentication mechanisms.


ADFS (Active directory Federation Services)

Accounts in the database.

We will use the database accounts method here. SAML2 and ADFS setup will be discussed later in this document.

Click Next

Fill in the “Super User Account”. This is the account that has hardcoded privileges in the system and will be used to setup the configuration in Presentations2Go Server. You normally only use this account to

assign privileges to the first administrator in the system.

In SAML2.0 and ADFS authentication scenarios you define an existing account that will be able to authenticate to the Presentations2Go server. In that case you will only define an email address (saml2.0) or windows account (adfs).

Click Next.

Confirm the Apache installation folder.

Click Next

Click Install

Click Finish