Install PortalGuard MSI
1. Download the PortalGuard install kit.PortalGuard technical support will already have emailed the link and credentials.
2. Determine whether the server is a 32 or 64 bit machine:
a. Right click “Computer” from the Start menu.
b. Click on Properties.
c. A 64-bit server will show this:
d. A 32-bit server will have the 64-bit specification missing – it will not specify 32 or 64-bit.
3. Extract the zipped PortalGuard Install Kit folder to the desktop (or any folder).
4. Rename the folder to “PortalGuard Install Kit” and open it.
5. If the server is 64-bit double click the “PortalGuard (64-bit)” MSI, otherwise double click the “PortalGuard” MSI.
6. Click “Next”.
7. Click the “I accept…” radio button and then the “Next” button after reading the Software License.
8. Leave all of the features selected and click “Next”.
9. Leave the “IIS” radio button selected and click “Next”.
10. Leave the “Create a new Web Site” radio button selected and click “Next”.
11. Take the default values on the “Create New IIS Web Site” form.(change the port to 81 if the Default Web Site is staying at port 80) and click “Next”.
12. Click “Install”.
13. Click “Finish”.
14. It is normal to see blank CMD prompts appear.
15. Return to the IIS Manager and select “Sites” folder and click the “Refresh” option from the “View” menu to show the new PortalGuard site:
16. Look for the additional PortalGuard web-site:
17. Should the “Stopped” symbol appear on the globe icon next to PortalGuard, it means the new PortalGuard site did not start.This is usually caused by both the Default and PortalGuard web sites trying to share the same port.If this is the case, stopping the Default web site or changing its port number should allow PortalGuard to start.Manually start PortalGuard by right clicking “PortalGuard” under the “Sites” folder, choose “Manage Web Site” and then click “Start”.
18.Open the new PortalGuard folder on the desktop.
19. The following files will be listed:
20. Copy the highlighted files to the desktop.