|Installing Enterprise Server|
When you install the Netscape Enterprise Server, the administration server is installed on the same computer. The administration server is a web-based server containing forms you use to configure your Netscape server products, including the Netscape Enterprise Server. With the administration server, you can manage multiple servers from a single interface.
Before you install the server, you should do the following:
Download the Enterprise Server software to a temporary directory on the server. The file will have a name like "e351eiu.exe" and will be about 33 Megabytes.
To install the 3.51 server:
If you already have other Netscape 3.0 servers installed, you need to install all servers into the same directory. In that case, the Browse button is not available.
Note: If you enter an existing document root, the sample HTML files wont be copied to the existing document root.
Type a web server port number. If you use a port other than the default port (port 80), the URL used to gain access to your home page will change. For example, if your computer is called www.mozilla.com and you choose port 9753, your servers URL will be http://www.mozilla.com:9753/.
The default home page contains information about new features for this release.
You can use the administration server's URL to configure the web server at any time. The administration URL uses the server's hostname and the port number you specified. For example: http://server.hostname:12345/ When you use the Administration Server you will be prompted to login.