Stopping Processes That are Locking OpenSLL DLL Files
Only complete this procedure if you are installing the Web Server on a Cisco MCS.
Note Complete this procedure as an administrator.
Step 1 Open Microsoft Windows Service Manager.
Step 2 Find and stop the MRMonitor service.
Step 3 Open a command-line interface and navigate to the C:\Program Files\MegaRAID Storage Manager\MegaPopup directory.
Step 4 Stop the popup.exe process by entering, popup.exe -stop.
Step 5 Navigate to the C:\Windows\System32 folder.
Step 6 Check if there are any other processes which are locking OpenSSL DLL files by entering on the CLI:
- tasklist /m ssleay32.dll
- tasklist /m libeay32.dll
Step 7 If any of these commands return some processes, then you must stop all processes corresponding to the listed files before you proceed with the installation of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Server software.
To detect the process corresponding to the locked files, you can use Process Explorer utility available for download from http://www.sysinternals.com.
What To Do Next
Installing the Gateway SIM and the Web Server Software
This entire procedure takes approximately 20 minutes.
Step 1 Exit any open applications.
Step 2 Insert the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Server software DVD into the DVD-ROM drive or the virtual CD/DVD drive (select CD/DVD Drive 1 > Connect to < local_drive > or Connect to host device).
On a virtual machine, you can use either the CD/DVD drive on the computer connected to the vSphere Client, connect the DVD drive on the host server to the virtual machine, or if you have a Cisco UCS B-Series Server, use the bundled USB connector to connect to a USB external DVD drive.
Note If you are planning to install Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Release 8.6, then go to http://www.cisco.com/cisco/software/navigator.html and select Products > Voice and Unified Communications > Unified Communications Applications > Conferencing Software > Cisco Unified MeetingPlace > Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8.6. Obtain CiscoUnifiedMeetingPlaceWebServer.exe file for Release 8.6.
Step 3 Double-click the CiscoUnifiedMeetingPlaceWebServer.exe file to begin the installation.
The installation program displays the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace InstallShield wizard and then a welcome page.
Step 4 Select Next.
The installation program displays a default location to install the Web Server software.
Step 5 Use the default location and select Next.
The installation program copies files and when finished, displays the first of two screens stating that the Gateway SIM installation is complete.
Step 6 Select Finish.
Step 7 Enter the hostname of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Application Server to which this web server will connect. See Hostname of primary MeetingPlace server. Select Next.
Step 8 Enter the IP address of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace web server that you are currently installing. See Client IP address entry. Select Next then OK.
The installation program configures the Gateway SIM and when finished, displays the second of two dialog boxes stating that the Gateway SIM installation and configuration is complete.
The installation program continues to install the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Server software.
Step 9 Select Next. Choose where this web server is located, either internal (full access) or external (limited access). Select Next.
See Server location for more information.
Step 10 Select the type of SQL Server that you will use, either local or remote, standalone. Select Next.
See Database Location for more information.
Step 11 If you chose to install a remote, standalone SQL Server, then enter the hostname of the remote, standalone SQL Server. Select Next.
See Remote SQL Server name for more information.
Step 12 Enter the user name and password for the SQL Server. Select Next.
See SQL Server account info for more information.
The installation program displays an informational message.
Step 13 Select Next.
The installation program starts copying files.
The installation program displays a message stating, that if you are installing the Web Server on a Cisco MCS, then the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Windows operating system renames the Windows Administrator user to the MPAdministrator user. Click OK.
Step 14 Select Finish when the installation program prompts you to restart your computer.
This is the first reboot. After the reboot, the system displays the sign-in screen.
Installing Microsoft SQL Server Express and the Web Server Software
The installation program continues installing the Web Server software. This part of the installation can be done silently.
Note At any time during this part of the installation, you can sign in to the Web Server to see progress messages. To sign in, use the credentials you established when you installed the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Windows operating system.
.NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 Installation (only if you chose Local Server)
- The installation program installs the.NET Framework Service Pack 1.
- This part of the installation takes about 15 minutes.
Web Server Software Installation
- The installation program configures and verifies the Web Server.
- This part of the installation takes about 15 minutes followed by the first reboot.
Microsoft SQL Server Express Installation (only if you chose Local Server)
- The installation program installs SQL Server. This part of the installation takes about 15 minutes.
- When finished, the system automatically reboots. This is the second reboot.
- After SQL Server is installed, the installation program continues installing SQL Server Management Studio. There is no reboot after this installation is complete.
- To verify that the installation program has finished the installation, open the Gateway SIM event log by right-clicking the orange door icon in the system tray. Look for the message that says “All services started successfully”.
What To Do Next
- Install any applicable patches. Go to Cisco.com: http://www.cisco.com/cisco/software/navigator.html and select Products > Voice and Unified Communications > Unified Communications Applications > Conferencing > Cisco Unified MeetingPlace > Cisco Unified MeetingPlace > Cisco Unified Web Conferencing.
Be sure to read the README for information about the patch, and instructions for installing the patch.