Installing SurveySolutions/EFM® 2.10 on Windows 2000 Server

Installing SurveySolutions/EFM® 2.10
on Windows 2000 Server
September 2006
Perseus Development Corporation
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Table of Contents
Setup .................................................................................................................................................5
Installing Prerequisites ....................................................................................................................6
Installing SurveySolutions/EFM.......................................................................................................7
A. Download SurveySolutions/EFM 2.10 .................................................................................. 7
B. Running the Installer .............................................................................................................. 8
C. Configuring Database Connections...................................................................................... 10
D. Creating an Administrator User Account............................................................................. 14
Add the Administrator User Account.................................................................................... 14
Workgroups........................................................................................................................... 14
E. System Options..................................................................................................................... 16
Mail Setup ................................................................................................................................. 16
Password Security ................................................................................................................ 17
System Administrator............................................................................................................ 17
F. Configuring SurveySolutions/EFM Groups ......................................................................... 19
Appendix: .......................................................................................................................................20
1. Determining the web server root in IIS:................................................................................ 20
2. Permissions: .......................................................................................................................... 20
A. Windows Authentication Permissions .............................................................................. 20
B. Surveysolutions/EFM Authentication Permissions .......................................................... 21
3. ASP.NET Framework ........................................................................................................... 23
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Setup
SurveySolutions/EFM can be installed on a single server machine, or on a separate App
Server and a Web Server. See the sample diagram below:
A Database Server is required that must also be available to save the survey responses
(The Database Server can also be on the same machine that SurveySolutions/EFM is
installed on). Before SurveySolutions/EFM can be installed, the database must be
configured with a user that should have permission to create, update, and delete tables
and rows in the database.
When running the SurveySolutions/EFM installer on the Application Server, the user
must be logged into Windows as a Local Administrator account (Not a Domain
Administrator) in order for the installer to be able to apply permissions correctly. If this is
not the case the permissions must be assigned manually after Section B is completed and
before Section C is run. It is always recommended that the permissions be verified before
proceeding to Section C, since security settings on the Application Server may prevent
the installer from assigning valid permissions.
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Installing Prerequisites
Perseus SurveySolutions/EFM requires the following application to be installed on the App
server that will host it.
Note Perseus SurveySolutions/EFM will not function correctly unless the prerequisite is installed
before continuing the SurveySolutions/EFM install process.
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Microsoft .NET Framework (version 1.1.4322: SurveySolutions/EFM currently does not
have support for version 2.1 at this time)
¾ Available at :
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=262d25e3-f5894842-8157-034d1e7cf3a3
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Installing SurveySolutions/EFM
Please follow the steps below to install and configure SurveySolutions/EFM.
A. Download SurveySolutions/EFM 2.10
To being the installation process, please perform the following steps:
1. Downloading SurveySolutions/EFM requires a username and password that will be
provided by our Sales Engineering Department. Please contact them at
mailto:se@perseus.com or (781)848-8100 x 410 for assistance downloading and
installing SurveySolutions/EFM. Our technicians will prove invaluable in assisting the
server configuration and SurveySolutions/EFM installation.
2. In a web browser, navigate to the following URL:
http://download.perseus.com/EFM/2.1/SurveySolutionsEFM.exe
3. Click Save (Steps 3, 4, and 5 refer specifically to Microsoft Internet Explorer and may
be different on other browsers.)
4. Choose a local directory to save the installer in. Make a note of this directory.
5. Click Save to begin downloading the installer.
Once the download is complete, proceed to the next section.
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B. Running the Installer
Once the installer has been downloaded, locate the file (SurveySolutionsEFM.exe) and follow the
steps below to unzip it and begin the installation.
1. Double click on the file.
2. Click Setup to begin unzipping the file.
Note: The version of the SurveySolutions/EFM installer can be found if you click About inside
the installer. This is the version of the installer not the application itself and can help our Sales
Engineers and/or Technical Support staff discover which version of the software is being
installed.
3. Once the files have been unzipped, the InstallShield Wizard will start.
4. Click Next on the first page.
5. This will display the License Agreement page. If it is acceptable, select the “I accept the
terms in the license agreement” option.
6. Click Next.
7. Enter a User Name and Organization.
8. Set the installation for all users or the user that is currently logged in.
9. Click Next.
10. The Destination Folder, by default, will be set to C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\Perseus\
If this is acceptable, click Next.
Otherwise specify a different folder that is within the server's IIS web root directory. The
document root can be determined by following the steps outlined in the Appendix.
11. Select the website to create a Virtual Directory from the dropdown list. Enter a name for
the Virtual Directory. Ensure that the virtual directory name is not already in use as a
web site name or virtual directory name on the server.
• Note that this directory will be the directory that users will access in order to use
SurveySolutions/EFM
™ For example, http://servername/perseus
Note perseus is the default name for the virtual directory.
12. On the Product Options step choose either Windows Authentication (Active Directory)
or SurveySolutions/EFM Authentication.
• Windows Authentication will use the Windows Active Directory as a list of valid
users. If every user who will be using SurveySolutions/EFM is a member of the
same domain, this is the optimal option. Integrated Windows Authentication
should be enabled inside IIS, to authenticate the user before they can access
SurveySolutions/EFM in this Authentication mode. There are instructions for
enabling this feature is in Appendix D.
• SurveySolutions/EFM Authentication is managed by the application itself: this is
independent of any other application and the operating system.
Note User IDs can still be imported from a Windows domain.
The SurveySolutions/EFM Windows Service will be installed by default. It provides
time-based services to users such as deployment of invitations, opening and closing of
surveys, etc. It is highly recommended that you install the Perseus service because certain
functions require this service to work properly.
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Installing the service on multiple servers that are in a single web farm may result
in duplicate invitations being sent. Installing on only one server in the farm will
prevent this.
• Please contact Sales Engineering for other information regarding the installation
of SurveySolutions/EFM on a web farm.
13. Click Install on the last page.
14. Click Finish after installation is complete.
15. If prompted, please Restart before continuing this installation procedure or
SurveySolutions/EFM will not function correctly.
Note: The SurveySolutions/EFM installer file will check to see how many subfolders are
underneath the AppData directory (Located within the Perseus Virtual Directory) and if it only
finds the _default (which is included in the installation) directory listed it will automatically
access the setupconfig.aspx script in a web browser. Otherwise the section at the beginning of
Section C must be followed.
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C. Configuring Database Connections
Note: Please see the section in the Appendix regarding permissions before continuing.
Once the machine has been restarted, enter the URL below in a web browser to access the
SurveySolutions/EFM Administrative Portal.
Note: Internet Explorer 5.5 or 6.0 is required to access the SurveySolutions/EFM
Administrative Portal.
Depending on the authentication method designated in Section B, Step12 access
to the SurveySolutions/EFM Administration Portal will be different:
SurveySolutions/EFM Authentication
The first time the SurveySolutions/EFM 2.1 installer is run it is required that
access be made on the server that SurveySolutions/EFM is installed on or by
remotely connecting to it.
The Administrative Portal will be accessed through the following URL:
http://localhost/perseus/admin/default.aspx
Note If a virtual directory other than perseus was used in Section B, Step 11
above, replace perseus in the URL with the name of the virtual directory used.
Attempting to access this URL from a different computer by changing “localhost”
to the server’s name or IP will fail on all initial installations performed after
SurveySolutions/EFM 2.1 Build 901 or later (earlier versions/builds did not have
the ability for remote access) until the administrator account is enabled inside the
SurveySolutions/EFM Administrative Portal. This is by design and is intended as
an extra security feature.
Using Localhost on a Web Server Hosting Multiple Web Site
In a web server hosting multiple web sites, in order to use localhost as a URL for a
specific web site, a unique port needs to be assigned for localhost for that web site. The
steps below explain how to do this. This example assumes the port will be 8080, but any
viable port that IIS supports and is not currently in use will work.
1. Open IIS
2. Right click the web site that is being used to host SurveySolutions
3. Select Properties
4. Select the Web Site Tab
5. Click Advanced
6. Click Add
7. Leave the IP Address (All Unassigned)
8. Enter 8080 for the TCP Port
9. In the Host Header Name enter localhost
10. Click OK
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After the initial setup is configured you will be able to use an administrator account to
access the SurveySolutions/EFM Administrative Portal remotely.
Windows Authentication
If Windows Authentication was chosen access can be from any machine but the
login to the machine will need to be a local system administrator (Not a Domain
Administrator) on the EFM host application server.
The Administrative Portal will be accessed through the following URL:
http://server/perseus/admin/default.aspx
Or via the server either locally or by remotely connecting to it:
http://localhost/perseus/admin/default.aspx
Note If a virtual directory other than perseus was used in Section B, Step 11
above, replace perseus in the URL with the name of the virtual directory used.
Attempting to access this URL from a different computer by changing “localhost”
to the server’s name or IP will fail on all initial installations performed after
SurveySolutions/EFM 2.1 Build 901 or later (earlier versions/builds did not have
the ability for remote access) until the administrator account is enabled inside the
SurveySolutions/EFM Administrative Portal. This is by design and is intended as
an extra security feature.
Accessing the URL for the first time will display the Setup Database Connection page:
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To configure the database connections, follow the steps below:
1. Step 1: Select the type of database server.
2. Step 2: Enter the Name or IP address of the server.
Use “localhost” if the App and database servers are the same.
3. Step3: Enter the Port number used to access the database server.
4. Step 4: Enter the Name of the database to store the survey data. This database will serve
as the Master Connection.
Note This database must be created manually and must exist before continuing. Please
see the database server’s documentation for details.
5. Step 5: Enter the User name to connect to the database.
Note The user should have permission to create, update, and delete tables and rows in the
database.
6. Step 6: Enter the user’s password.
7. Step 7: Enter a name for the default Workgroup. (It is recommended the name either
exactly match the name of the database used in Step 4 above or at the very least be easy
to know which name corresponds later) When using a one-workgroup license of
SurveySolutions/EFM, all users will need to be members of this workgroup.
Note Please note the name of this Workgroup. If a problem occurs during the installation of
SurveySolutions/EFM this information will be needed to properly re-connect
SurveySolutions/EFM with the master database.
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8. Click Setup
You will be prompted to select a password for the System Administrator account (Username
will be: administrator). This account can be used after the initial setup is finished to access the
SurveySolutions/EFM Administrative Portal remotely.
If the above information was correct, the SurveySolutions/EFM Administrative Portal will be
displayed (See image below). If not, please re-check the settings and try again.
Testing the tables in the Database
Once the database connection has been setup, it is necessary to test the connection.
These instructions begin at the SurveySolutions/EFM Administrative Portal:
1. Click Edit Connections
2. This will display all the database connections
3. Test each connection by clicking the
icon
4. Finally, click the Run Table Setup button to run the table setup
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D. Creating an Administrator User Account
Add the Administrator User Account
This section explains how to add an Administrator Account to access SurveySolutions/EFM to
complete the installation process.
1. Click Manage Users
2. Click Add User
a. Enter the following information:
™ Step 1 is what the user will use to log in to SurveySolutions/EFM
™ Step 2 is the name that will be displayed to other users when they are
referring to that user, such as viewing the user’s surveys, adding the user as a
survey administrator, and inviting the user to a survey.
™ Step 3 is the e-mail address that SurveySolutions/EFM will contact that user
at with invitations and other survey notifications.
™ Step 4a and 4b are optional: leaving these fields blank will force the user to
change their passwords upon initial login.
3. Click Add to confirm
Import user account
If it is desired to import the Administrative user from a Windows Active Directory domain,
instead of manually creating an account, follow the steps below:
1. Click Import
2. Enter the domain to search, and specify the username and password of a user with
permission to enumerate users in the domain (not necessarily the user to be added.)
3. A list of all users in the domain will be generated: check the box for the user to be added
to SurveySolutions/EFM.
4. Click Add Selected to add the user.
Information on adding other users and edit users can be found with the SurveySolutions/EFM
Application Administration Guide.
Workgroups
A Workgroup is a way to define collections of users that will want to collaborate in
SurveySolutions/EFM. A user can quickly and easily share questionnaires and other data in his or
her workgroup, allowing other users in the same workgroup to view, edit, and analyze the same
data.
Note This section only applies to multiple-workgroup licenses of SurveySolutions/EFM.
A user must have a default workgroup in order to log in: usually, this is the first workgroup that a
user is assigned to, though this may be changed in Manage Users. To change the workgroup a
user sees on login, change the default workgroup for that user.
Note A user may hold membership in more than one workgroup.
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These instructions begin at the SurveySolutions/EFM Administrative Portal, which can be
accessed via the URL used in Section C. Completing the initial database setup in step C will
automatically open this page.
Follow the steps below to Create a workgroup:
Note A single-workgroup license of SurveySolutions/EFM does not have the ability to create
additional workgroups. Users will still need to be added to the default workgroup before they will
be able to log in to the system.
1. Click Edit Connections
2. Click Add Workgroup
3. Enter the name of the new workgroup.
4. Enter the Name of the database to store the survey data.
Note Each additional workgroup must be created on a separate data space on the same
database server as the Master Connection.
5. Enter the user name and password of an account with permission to create, update, and
delete rows and tables in that database.
6. Click Add
Follow the steps below to Add the Administrative user from a workgroup:
1. Click Manage Workgroups
2. Select the name of the workgroup to be modified.
3. The users will appear in the All Users box.
4. To add a user, move the user from the All Users box to Workgroup Administrators and
Workgroup Users to add users to the selected workgroup.
• A Workgroup Administrator has all of the privileges of a Workgroup User, but is
always able to access the data of other users in the workgroup even if it has not been
explicitly shared.
Note A Workgroup Administrator is needed to complete the installation in Section F.
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E. System Options
System Options are used to define multiple global settings for the SurveySolutions/EFM
environment. These settings are:
• Email settings for the E-mail Triggers feature.
• Define the security level required for user accounts'
passwords.
• Assign a password for the "Administrator" account that
allows for remote access of the SurveySolutions/EFM
Administrative Portal.
Mail Setup
Assign the e-mail settings for the Survey Engine to use, when the E-mail Triggers feature is used
with the SurveySolutions/EFM application.
1. Click System Options
2. Enter the SMTP Server: Defines the (outgoing) email server used
3. Enter the SMTP Port: Specify the SMTP port for the SMTP server specified (On most
SMTP servers this is 25).
4. Enter the SMTP Time Out: The time in seconds that SurveySolutions/EFM will wait for
a response from the SMTP server (By default this value is usually 300).
5. Authentication - Define whether Authentication is used when sending email via the
SMTP Server specified or if Authentication is required. There are three options:
a. None - Select if no Authentication is required.
b. Auth Login - A method of email Authentication that passes the username and
password encrypted via base-64 encryption.
c. CRAM-MD5 - A method of email Authentication used by LDAP servers. The
password is encrypted using the MD5 algorithm.
6. (Optional: Only entered if step 5 had either Auth Login or CRAM-MD5 selected)
a. Account - Enter the Account to use during Authentication
b. Password - Enter the Accounts password during Authentication
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Password Security
Determine the security level of the passwords for all user accounts inside the
SurveySolutions/EFM system.
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Require Strong Password - Force new passwords entered
inside the SurveySolutions/EFM' Administrative Portal
to fulfill three of the following five criteria:
• lowercase
• uppercase
• numbers
• punctuation - Examples include ,.!'":;
• Unicode
So a password of:
T3stP2s5 would fulfill three of the five criteria. Since the password has a three
lowercase letters, two capital letters and three numbers.
As would a password of:
t,st9a5s
This is a valid strong password since it contains 5 lowercase letters two numbers
and one punctuation character.
Minimum Password Length (Characters) - Determine the
shortest possible password for all user accounts.
Select the desire settings and when you are done click Save to record them.
Note: Accounts added via Active Directory do not have their passwords verified. Only the
existence of the user name is checked. This is done because we assume that the account has
been verified by Windows when they logged into their computer. This setting is enabled
inside IIS as noted in the Appendix D:
System Administrator
Assign the password for the "administrator" user in order to access SurveySolutions/EFM'
Administrative Portal remotely under the System Administrator tab.
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When you are done click Save to enable the new password.
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F. Configuring SurveySolutions/EFM Groups
1. Log into SurveySolutions/EFM with an account that has Group Administrator as its
security role, and is a member of every workgroup. Please see Section D for more
information.
a. The URL will, by default, be http://MACHINENAME/perseus where
MACHINENAME is the system name or fully-qualified domain name (such as
www.perseus.com) of the server that SurveySolutions/EFM was installed on.
2. Click Group Administration
3. Click Configure Groups
4. Click the Publishing tab
5. By default the path to the SurveySolutions/EFM Survey Engine, se.ashx, should be in the
Survey Engine Path field but if it is not enter it. This file is located in the virtual
directory specified earlier.
Note This must be an absolute path that can be accessed by survey respondents, such as
http://www.perseus.com/perseus/se.ashx instead of http://localhost/perseus/se.ashx
6. By default the root path for the current workgroup’s surveys should be auto-filled in the
Web Survey Location field (the current workgroup is listed at the top of the page, --users may choose to publish into a sub-folder of this.
7. Confirm that the Local Publish Path exists and is readable and writable by the IIS_WPG
account and by the account that the Default Application Pool runs as.
a. Alternatively, specify a UNC (SMB) share path or an FTP server name, account,
and subfolder.
b. In all cases, the folder pointed to by the publisher should be the same folder
referred to by the Web Survey Location so that files uploaded/saved to that FTP
server subfolder, network share, or local directory are accessible at the Web
Survey Location URL.
8. Click the Mail tab
9. Enter the location of a SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) server.
10. If the server is an open SMTP server, select None in the Authentication section.
a. If the server requires authentication, choose the appropriate method of
authentication and enter a username and password that can access the SMTP
server.
11. Change the From Address to Other in order to have automatically-generated e-mails
(including, but not limited to, invitations) always appear to be sent from the same
address. By default, e-mails will appear to be from the survey owner.
12. Change the Reply To Address to Other in order to have replies to automaticallygenerated e-mails (including, but not limited to, invitations) always be directed to the
same address. By default, replies will be directed to the survey owner.
13. Click Save Setup
14. Click Test Setup
15. In the Workgroup Banner at the top of the page change the Workgroup via the dropdown
list and repeat from step 2 for each workgroup.
At this point SurveySolutions/EFM 2.1 is completely configured and ready for use.
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Appendix:
1. Determining the web server root in IIS:
The web server root can be checked under IIS by performing the following steps:
1. Open IIS
2. Right click the web site that is being used to host SurveySolutions
3. Select Properties
4. Click the Home Directory tab
Note the path specified in the Local Path field
2. Permissions:
SurveySolutions/EFM has two authentication modes:
• Windows authentication – IIS handles the authentication of the user and
SurveySolutions/EFM verifies that the user was added to the list of authorized users
under Manage Users in the Administrative Portal.
• SurveySolutions/EFM authentication – The authentication process is handled by
SurveySolutions/EFM via users added under Manage Users in the Administrative Portal.
Each of the two authentication modes has a different set of permissions which must be allowed in
order for SurveySolutions/EFM to function correctly. Both authentication modes still require the
users to be added within Administrative Portal - Manage Users or within the application itself
under Group Administration – Manage Users.
A. Windows Authentication Permissions
The following permissions must be assigned after the SurveySolutions/EFM 2.1 installer has been
run. In some environments it is possible that the installer does not have enough “privileges” to set
the permissions as intended or something on the server has prevented the permissions from being
applied.
I. Windows (NTFS) Permissions
ASP.NET
Perseus Virtual
Directory
AppData
Read
List
Read and Execute
Full Control
Windows User
Accounts*
Read
List
Read
List
Surveys
Full Control
Read
List
Reports
Full Control
Read
List
* - All the domain users that will access SurveySolutions/EFM will need these permissions in
order to access the product correctly. It is recommended that a group be created containing all
these users under Control Panels – Administrative Tools – Computer Management – Local
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Users and Groups. This will make assigning the permissions in Windows easier, but the group
must be maintained every time a new user is added.
Note: It is advisable to verify that permissions have propagated down to files inside each of these
directories for each account. In some cases child objects (files inside directories) are not allowed
to receive permissions from the parent objects (directories).
II. IIS Permissions
Permissions
Read
Perseus Virtual
Directory
AppData
Read
Write
Read
Write
Read
Write
Surveys
Reports
III. Enable Integrated Windows authentication
Integrated Windows authentication must be enabled inside IIS in order to attempt to login into
SurveySolutions®/EFM using Windows Authentication.
Note: Anonymous access must be disabled in order for Windows Authentication to function
correctly.
To Enable "Integrated Windows authentication" and disable "Anonymous access" in IIS follow
the steps below:
1. Open IIS
2. Right click the Perseus Virtual Directory
3. Select Properties
4. Click the Directory Security tab
5. Click Edit
6. De-select (to disable) Anonymous access.
7. Select (to enable) Integrated Windows authentication
8. Click OK twice
B. Surveysolutions/EFM Authentication Permissions
The following permissions must be assigned after the SurveySolutions/EFM 2.1 installer has been
run. In some environments it is possible that the installer does not have enough “privileges” to set
the permissions as intended or something on the server has prevented the permissions from being
applied.
I. Windows (NTFS) Permissions
Perseus Virtual
ASP.NET
Read
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Directory
List
Read and Execute
Full Control
AppData
List
Read
List
Surveys
Full Control
Read
List
Reports
Full Control
Read
List
* See the section regarding Determining the account that the web server runs as in IIS.
Note: It is advisable to verify that permissions have propagated down to files inside each of these
directories for each account. In some cases child objects (files inside directories) are not allowed
to receive permissions from the parent objects (directories).
II. IIS Permissions
Permissions
Read
Perseus Virtual
Directory
AppData
Read
Write
Read
Write
Read
Write
Surveys
Reports
III. Determining the account that the web server runs as in IIS
In IIS the Account that the Web Server runs as is typically IUSR_machinename or the
IWAM_machinename account. This can be checked by doing the following:
1. Open IIS
2. Right click the web site that is being used to host SurveySolutions
3. Select Properties
4. Select the Directory Security Tab
5. Under “Anonymous access and authentication control” click Edit
Note: the username that is specified. If IUSR_machinename is listed sometimes this is not used
when SurveySolutions/EFM is used, instead the IWAM_machinename account will be used by
IIS.
IV. Disable Integrated Windows authentication
Anonymous access must be enabled in order for SurveySolutions/EFM Authentication to function
correctly.
Note: Integrated Windows authentication must be disabled inside IIS in order to attempt to login
into SurveySolutions®/EFM using SurveySolutions/EFM Authentication.
To Enable "Anonymous access" and disable "Integrated Windows authentication" in IIS follow
the steps below:
1. Open IIS
2. Right click the Perseus Virtual Directory
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Select Properties
Click the Directory Security tab
Click Edit
Select (to enable) Anonymous access.
Deselect (to disable) Integrated Windows authentication
Click OK twice
3. ASP.NET Framework
SurveySolutions/EFM 2.1 only works with version 1.1.4322 of the Microsoft ASP.NET
Framework. Microsoft ASP.NET Framework 2.1 will not function. If both are installed on the
Application Server inside IIS it is possible to enable the version 1.1.4322 over the version 2.1 by
following the steps below:
1. Open IIS
2. Right click the Perseus Virtual Directory
3. Select Properties
4. Click the ASP.net tab
5. Select 1.1.4322 in the ASP.NET version dropdown box.
6. Click OK
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