Please note that the Custom Installation option will allow you to selectively install various components of Enterprise Enabler. You can optionally install SQL Server 2012 Express Edition or use an existing SQL Server installation. In this Custom installation, we will install SQL Server 2012 Express Edition.
Click on the “Next” button to continue with the Custom Installation
— If using an existing SQL database instead of the default EE database, SQL database user must have DB Owner permission.
You can leave the default parameters for SQL Server 2012 Express Edition with “sa” for the SQL Server user account and <“yourDBpassword”> for the password, or you can select your own SQL 2008 R2/2012 database. Additionally, the installer will create the “<YourSeverName>\EEServerDB” data source as your database server instance name, which will include the “EnterpriseEnablerDB” database.
Click on the “Test Connection” button, and then on the “Install” button to continue the installation.
- Optionally, you can select a Windows Domain account that has access to Create databases on their SQL Server Instance by selecting “WindowsIntegratedAuth”.
- Optionally, you can select a Windows Domain account that has administrative privileges to run the EE Services on the Install Server by selecting “This Account”.
Click on the “Install” button to continue the Custom Installation.
User Account Control
If you are shown this screen, click on the “Yes” button to continue the installation.
Verify that the installation was completed successfully and then click on the “Register” button.
Fill out the registration form and click on the “Register” button.
In the Confirmation screen click on “OK”.
Click on the “Close” button. Then click on “Yes” to the question asking if you want to restart the EE Services. Allow a few moments, and after the confirmation, make sure the services started.