.NET Framework application server on Windows
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Enable required Windows components

Products
All Creatio products

Make sure that you install the following components on the web server before you create and set up a website:

  • Windows components. Note that the Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 component is required.

  • Web Server IIS components.

To ensure correct compilation of the application, download and install .NET Core SDK 3.1.301 and .NET Framework SDK v 4.7.2.

Grant permissions to read, create and delete files and subfolders of the \Terrasoft.WebApp\Terrasoft.Configuration catalog to the user who runs the application pool in IIS.

Download 64-bit .NET Core SDK 3.1.301

Download 64-bit .NET Framework SDK v 4.7.2

Attention. Production environment for Creatio .NET Framework application requires a Windows Server OS. You can deploy application server on Windows 10 only for development and pre-production environments.

Component

Component items

Common HTTP Features

Static Content

Default Document

HTTP Errors

HTTP Redirection

Application Development

ASP.Net

.Net extensibility

ISAPI extensions

ISAPI Filters

WebSocket Protocol

Microsoft .Net framework 3.5.1

Windows Communication Foundation HTTP Activation

Windows Communication Foundation Non-HTTP Activation

Microsoft .Net Framework  4.7 Advanced Services and up (Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2016).

 

ASP.NET 4.6.2 or 4.7;

WCF services

HTTP Activation

Message Queuing (MSMQ) Activation

Named Pipe Activation

TCP Activation

TCP Port Sharing

Health and Diagnostics:

HTTP Logging

Logging Tools

Request Monitor

Custom Logging

Security

Basic Authentication

Request Filtering

IP and Domain Restriction

Enable required Windows Components on Windows Server 2016 

To check the availability of the needed components:

  1. Enter the “control panel” in the Start menu and select the Control Panel (Fig. 1).

    Fig. 1 The Control Panel section in the Start menu
    scr_setup_main_menu_windows_server.png
  2. From the Control Panel, select the Turn Windows features on or off option (Fig. 2).

    Fig. 2 Selecting the Turn Windows features on or off option
    scr_setup_turn_windows_windows_server.png
  3. In the Add Roles and Features Wizard, select Role-based or feature-based installation–>Next (Fig. 3).

    Fig. 3 Selecting the role-based installation
    scr_setup_role_based_model_win2016.png
  4. Select the destination server from the available server pool and click Next (Fig. 4).

    Fig. 4 Selecting the destination server
    scr_setup_select_destination_server_win2016.png
  5. Select the Web Server (IIS) role to apply to the selected server. Click Next (Fig. 5).

    Fig. 5 Selecting the Web Server (IIS) role
    scr_setup_server_selecting_iis_role_win2016_next.png
  6. Click Add features (Fig. 6).

    Fig. 6 Confirming selected features
    scr_setup_server_add_features_win2016.png
  7. Select features and click Next (Fig. 7).

    Fig. 7 Selecting features
    scr_setup_server_selecting_iis_role_win2016_next_features.png
  8. Click Next to finish proceed to the next step ().

    Fig. 8 Confirm the web server role
    scr_setup_server_finalize_win2016.png
  9. Make sure that the you have the same components selected as on the picture (Fig. 9).

    Fig. 9 Required components
    scr_setup_iis_required_componnets_win2016.png
  10. Click Install (Fig. 10).

    Fig. 10 Confirm installation
    scr_setup_installing_iis_win2016.png
  11. Reboot the server.

Enable required Windows Components on Windows 10 

To check the availability of the needed components:

  1. Enter the “control panel” in the Start menu and select the Control Panel (Fig. 1).

    Fig. 1 The Control Panel section in the Start menu
    scr_setup_main_menu.png
  2. Select the Programs option in the opened window (Fig. 2).

    Fig. 2 The Programs menu
    scr_setup_programs.png
  3. From the Programs and Features menu, select the Turn Windows features on or off option (Fig. 2).

    Fig. 3 Selecting the Turn Windows features on or off option
    scr_setup_turn_windows.png
  4. Select all required components in the Windows Features window (Fig. 4).

    Fig. 4 Selecting Web Server IIS and Windows components
    scr_setup_turn_windows_on.png