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See the articles under this section for issues relating to developing Pegboard.
Moving a Pegboard Site
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- Open the pegboard manager and go to the Licenses Tab. Then either double click on the license we wish to edit, or click on the Pencil icon to the right.
- Add a new site URL under the Site URL section
The site needs to be able to access a remote computer using the port 7172 in order to become a valid pegboard installation.
- Set up the IIS website and the SQL database we are going to be using
- Change the security settings for the site so that IIS has full control
- Open IIS
- Locate the site. Right click and choose “Edit Permissions” Then go to the Security tab.
- Make sure the IUSR group has full control
- Using the SQL Publishing wizard get the sql required to recreate the database
- Download all the files from the site
- Zip up the files the files from the site and the database sql script.
- Using Remote Desktop transfer the zipped file
- Log into the new database and run the database sql script.
- Unzip the sites files to the websites folder location you set up in IIS
- Navigate to the App_Data folder and open the pegboard.xml file for editing and edit the following lines to point to the new SQL database that has been set up:
- Now go to the new website and let the initial startup script
- Go the console and login using the HostAdmin account
If the site pegboard console is saying that the site is invalid then do the following:
- Navigate (on disk) to system/resourses and create an empty text file called “appupdated.txt” and restart the website
USING BOTH WINDOWS AND FORMS AUTHENTICATION
In order for this to work the site needs to be in “Classic Mode”
To do this
- Open IIS
- Open Application Pools
- Double click on the application pool for the site
- Settings should look like this:
- Click on the site
- In the features view double click on “Authorization”
- The settings should look like