This is not something I need for the series of posts I am currently writing on the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 SP2 Web Client Scale-Out Deployment as my web server is running Windows Server 2012, but you may be performing the install on Windows Server 2008 R2 so I thought I would include this for completeness.
If you are running Windows Server 2008 R2 then extending a website with ASP.NET 4.5 required the use of the command line.
Open a Command Prompt with Administrative permissions and type the following and then hit Return:
Then type the following and hit Return:
Once the command has finished running, the website will be extended with ASP.NET 4.5 and be ready for the Session Control Service to be installed.
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Tagged ASP.NET, ASP.NET 4.5, GP, IIS, Installation, Installation & Configuration, Internet Information Services (IIS), Microsoft, Microsoft Dynamcis GP 2013 SP2, Microsoft Dynamics, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, Web Client, Windows, Windows Server, Windows Server 2012
To function the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 web client requires a web server running IIS with a web site bound to an SSL certificate.
The operating system of the web server must be one of the following:
- Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2
- Microsoft Windows Server 2012
Once you have installed one of the above, I chose Windows Server 2008 R2 for this install, the Web Server (IIS) role needs to be installed via Server Manager.
Open Server Manager and click the Add Roles link;
Posted in Dynamics, GP, IIS 7, Internet Information Services (IIS), Microsoft, Web Client
Tagged Installation, Installation & Configuration, Internet Information Services (IIS), Microsoft, Microsoft Dynamics, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Beta, Silverlight, Web Client
When I signed up with my current web host the deal was limited to six domains and unlimited websites; a restriction I figured I could live within as a lot of what I intended to do would be in sub-domains and the unlimited websites allowed me to have each sub-domain in an individual website.
However, since I signed up they have, without giving any form of notification, changed the deal so it is now unlimited domains and only six websites. I’m currently in a position that I have five domains and twelve websites without the ability to create another website; the control panel shows me as having 12 of 6 websites. The only positive is that they have not, as yet, required me to trim down the number of websites I have.
I therefore spent a little time yesterday looking for a resolution to this problem. Continue reading