00:04In this video I will demonstrate how to install ArcGIS 10.1 for Server on a Windows machine.
00:11When you launch the setup you’ll see a welcome screen...
00:15...and as you go to the next panel you’ll be prompted to read the license agreement.
00:20If you accept the license agreement and go to the next panel, you’ll see the components...
00:24...of ArcGIS for Server that you can install.
00:27In ArcGIS 10.1 for Server, there is no SOM or SOC component...
00:32...like you used in previous releases.
00:35Instead, there’s just one component called the GIS Server.
00:38You can optionally install .NET Extension Support, which allows you to develop .NET...
00:44...server object extensions that extend the base functionality of ArcGIS Server using ArcObjects.
00:50There are no prerequisites to install to get either of these features...
00:54...and neither of them requires any type of postinstallation.
00:59Notice that these features are installed in the 64-bit Program Files directory.
01:04ArcGIS 10.1 for Server is a native 64-bit application, and you must be running...
01:09...a 64-bit operating system in order to proceed with the install.
01:15You’ll be prompted on the next panel to confirm the Python installation directory.
01:20Python 2.7 is installed with ArcGIS 10.1 for Server.
01:25It’s necessary in order to support certain core geoprocessing functions.
01:30On the next panel, you’ll need to supply the ArcGIS Server account.
01:35This is an account that is used to run the ArcGIS Server service.
01:39It can be a local account or a domain account.
01:42It does not have to be an administrator on the machine.
01:46By default, the ArcGIS Server account is a local account called arcgis...
01:50...that will be created for you.
01:53I’ll take the default, by choosing a password, and then typing it again to confirm.
02:00This account will be given the necessary permissions to run the ArcGIS Server service...
02:05...however, after installation, I will need to manually grant this account permissions...
02:09...to access the data folders on my server.
02:12On the next panel, I’m asked if I want to export a configuration file.
02:16A configuration file can be useful if I’m installing ArcGIS Server on many machines...
02:21...and I want to make sure that I use the same configuration (for example, the same...
02:26...ArcGIS Server account name and password) on each machine.
02:30If you decide to export this file, you should keep it in a safe location...
02:34...because it contains that name and password.
02:37On this final panel, you can choose to confirm that you want to go ahead and install...
02:42...and the files will begin installing on your machine.
02:45Version 10.1 has been optimized so that the installation completes in a...
02:49...shorter amount of time than in previous releases.
02:54Once the software has been installed, you can click Finish to exit the installation.
03:00The Software Authorization Wizard displays.
03:05You must complete this wizard to authorize your software with Esri.
03:08The steps for completing the wizard are not shown in this video because...
03:12...they may vary depending on how your organization authorizes ArcGIS for Server.
03:17Once you complete the Software Authorization Wizard, click Finish.
03:24Then you’ll see a web browser displaying ArcGIS Server Manager.
03:28Manager will help you with the process of either creating a new site...
03:32...or joining an existing ArcGIS Server site.
03:36Then you can begin working with ArcGIS Server.
Installing ArcGIS 10.1 for Server on Windows
This video demonstrates how to install ArcGIS 10.1 for Server on a Windows machine.
- Recorded: Apr 30th, 2012
- Runtime: 03:52
- Views: 17760
- Published: May 1st, 2012
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