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|02. Installing Spinoza Navigator Server|
The Navigator Web site is implemented using Microsoft .Net, and uses Microsoft’s Internet Information Service (ISS). The site requires the Microsoft .Net Framework 1.1, and IIS 5 or greater. (See the Spinoza Navigator Quick Start Guide for more info.)
Minimum System Requirements
Any audio-visual (AV) device you plan to control or manage must be connected to the network. Then Spinoza Navigator Server must be installed on a server computer. To actually control the device, you can then use a web browser on any computer on the network.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Before you can actually begin using Spinoza Navigator, you must first obtain a License Key by visiting the Spinoza web site at http://spinozatechnology.com/navigator. The License Key is required from you before you use the software for the first time. You are allowed to install Spinoza Navigator software on multiple computers, but the software will allow you to control only up to the number of devices authorized by the License you have purchased.
To install Spinoza Navigator Server:
IMPORTANT NOTE: While the Navigator Web relies on an IIS web site (a component part of Windows operating systems), the Navigator Device server itself is implemented using the NavTunnelVision (GoAhead) web server. Therefore, when you install the Spinoza Navigator suite, there will actually be two web servers running (NavTunnelVision on port 100 and IIS on port 80). The Navigator Web site (IIS) communicates with NavTunnelVision and uses it to monitor and control projector devices.