The Configure Web Interface wizard creates the default Web Interface sites, getting the Web Interface ready for use. The wizard prompts you to choose which Administration Service will be used by the Web Interface you are configuring. The following options are available:
This option requires you to supply the fully qualified domain name of the computer running the desired instance of the Administration Service.
This option requires you to supply the fully qualified domain name of the computer running the Administration Service instance of the desired configuration. If your environment employs Active Roles replication, this must be the computer running the Administration Service instance whose database server acts as the Publisher for the Active Roles configuration database.
To start the wizard, click Configure in the Web Interface area on the Dashboard page in the Configuration Center main window. For further information and step-by-step instructions, see the “Initial configuration” topic in the “Installing and configuring the Web Interface” section in the Active Roles Quick Start Guide.
After installing Active Roles, you perform the initial configuration task to create the Administration Service instance, getting it ready for use. Then, you can use Configuration Center to:
Here you can find an overview of these tasks.
On the Administration Service page in the Configuration Center main window, you can view:
From the Administration Service page in the Configuration Center main window, you can change:
Click Change in the Service account area. In the wizard that appears, supply the logon name and password of the domain user account in which you want the Administration Service to run.
Click Change in the Active Roles Admin area. In the wizard that appears, specify the group or user account you want to have the Active Roles Admin rights.
Click Change in the Active Roles database area. In the wizard that appears, specify the SQL Server instance and the database you want the Administration Service to use, and choose the database connection authentication mode (Windows authentication or SQL Server login). You have the option to specify a separate database for storing management history data.