Use the following instructions to deploy the SignNow virtual machine (VM) with VMware in an online installation:
- From the client, click File - Deploy OVF Template. In the menu, select OVF file, and select to deploy from either a URL or file.
- Click Next to proceed through the configuration screens to set it up for your specific environment.
Configure your VM with a minimum of 4GB of memory.
Make sure to open the following ports before installing:
- For incoming ports, users can sign documents from outside the firewall if ports 80 and 443 are open.
- For outbound ports, 80 and 443 must be open for VM license provisioning and to download new firmware updates.
- Outbound ports 22 and 443 are needed to open a support tunnel to SignNow support server.
- Start the SignNow VM.
- Open the console.
- Log in using the admin login credentials admin/admin.
- Once you enter your credentials, the System Configuration screen displays. Press the down arrow twice to access the TCP/IP Configuration screen.
- Configure the IP Address, Netmask, Default Gateway, Primary DNS Server, and Secondary DNS Server as appropriate for your network, and, optionally, enter your proxy server configuration settings.
- Enter the server default domain name. Make sure your domain name is associated with ip address so you did it after step 5.
- Use the arrow keys to navigate to Licensing, and enter the token supplied to you by SignNow.
- Save your changes, click Exit to apply your settings.
Proceed to the SignNow Server Quick Start Guide to finish the setup process.
Updated 2 years ago