This guide will walk you through installing the On-Premises or Online Microsoft Exchange Connector
Create a New Website Running on a .NET 4.0 Application Pool
Right-click on the Sites folder in the left pane of IIS Manager and select Add Web Site to This will open the Add Web Site dialog box.
In the Add Web Site dialog box, enter information for these fields:
- Site name: Enter a name for your website
- Application pool: Note what Application pool your website is going to use; you will configure that in the next step
- Physical path: Choose where on the server drive the connector application files will You may need to create a new empty folder for this, such as C:\RoomWizard
- Binding: Configure the Port section so that it will not conflict with other sites running on the Web “8080” is typically an open port. Note: Make sure you use a port open within your environment.
- Host name: This is the Fully Qualified Domain Name of the Connector Server.
- SSL certificate: This is the Certificate that is used for securing the Connector over HTTPS. Note: This option available for HTTPS but not HTTP
Click OK to create the site.
To configure the Application pool, click Application Pools in the left pane to bring up the list of current application pools on the
Double-click the Application pool you configured for the new site to use. This will bring up the Edit Application Pool dialog box.
Select .NET Framework v4.0.xxxxx from the list. If it doesn’t appear in the list, make sure you have the .NET framework version 4 installed. Click OK to save the changes.
Now click back on the new website you Next, in the right-hand pane click on
Installing the Connector to IIS
Import Application. This will let you import a zipped application bundle into the website.
Click Browse and locate the zip file containing the Exchange Connector (this is in the Connector package you downloaded on the Web Server). Click Next
The defaults are correct below. Copy all the contents of the zip file and click Next to continue.
Clear the text in the Application Path box to install it in the root of the site. A dialog box will appear confirming your choice to install the application at the root of the site instead of in a folder beneath the root. Click OK, then click Next to continue.
On the Overwrite Existing Files page:
- If this is the first installation, the value chosen here will not matter
- If you are upgrading an existing Exchange Connector, click Yes
- Click Next to continue
The application has now been installed. Click Finish to exit the site installer.
Double-click the Authentication icon in the middle
In the center pane, enable Anonymous Authentication, and disable all other forms of authentication, refer to photo below.
Select the site in the left pane, then click Restart in the right-hand
Your connector is now ready to be configured. Browse to your Exchange Connector website and provide login credentials for your server when prompted.
Please follow the guide applicable to your Microsoft Exchange Environment: