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    Installation prinergy

    in the instructions prinergy 5.1.2.2 can be installed windows server 2008.
    as Prinergy installed for Windows server 2008 x64?
    Specialists help

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    Dear U can install it in windows 2008 64 bit but need follow these steps :.........

    Prinergy installation on Windows Server 2008 using a clone image

    Before you start the installation, ensure that you have the correct DVD. You must obtain the Dell server clone image DVD with 5.1 or later pre-installed for the particular server platform that you are working on.

    Note: Each server platform has a DVD for the primary server and a DVD for the secondary server.

    Note: Windows Server 2008 is only supported with Prinergy 5.1 or later. If you use WIndows Server 2008 x64, you can install the operating system, Prinergy, and Oracle components on both primary and secondary servers.

    See also:
    Installation methods on page 1




    7 .2.1 Installing and configuring Windows Server 2008

    For background information about which Windows license and image apply to the server that you’re installing, see FAQ: Windows Licensing Guidelines for Kodak Workflow Upgrades, available at:

    1. Insert the first DVD of the clone image in the DVD drive of the primary or secondary server. a. If you are using the Boot USB drive, attach it to the server now.
    2. Restart the server. The Symantec Ghost 11 software starts automatically if the DVD is present.
    a. If you are using the Boot USB drive, follow the instructions on the drive to load the BartPE
    environment.
    b. Select Go > Programs > Symantec Ghost > v11 > Ghost32.
    3. In the Symantec Ghost 11 window, click OK.
    4. Select Local > Disk > From Image, and use the down arrow key to locate the clone image file.
    5. Verify the description to ensure that you select the correct clone image file—for example, sysp.gho. Press Enter.
    6. Select Drive 1 and Default destination drive. Select OK twice, and press Enter.
    7. In the Destination Drive Details dialog box, select OK, and press Enter.
    8. Select Yes to proceed with the disk restore.
    It may take about 30 minutes to load the image from the first DVD.
    9. When it finishes loading the images from the first DVD, remove the DVD, and insert the second
    DVD.
    This is not necessary for the USB Drive. You will not be prompted. All parts of the ghost image are located in the same directory and not split on separate DVDs.
    10. Click Browse to locate the next image file—for example, sysp0004.gho.

    Note: If the file list includes clone images that are numbered from 1 to 3, such as sysp0003.gho, select Cancel, and retry step 10.
    It may take about 10 minutes to load the image from the second DVD.
    11. When it completes, select Reset Computer, and remove the DVD from the DVD drive. You can remove the USB drive after the computer has exited the BartPE environment.
    The server restarts automatically, and the Windows Setup wizard appears.
    12. On the Setting Up Windows screen, select Accept the license terms, and click Next.
    13. On the Type a computer name screen, type an appropriate primary server name, and click Next.
    The system restarts automatically. This may take approximately two minutes.
    For information about activating the Windows Server operating system.

    7 .2.2 Changing the drive to J and removing the Oracle folder

    Important: If you do not change the drive to J, the Oracle database installation will fail and
    Prinergy will not start. If you miss this step, you must re-clone the server.

    1. Log on to the server as administrator, using the password creo.
    The command-prompt window appears and the Windows\system32\cmd.exe script starts running automatically.
    (Primary server only) In a few minutes, the Windows Disk Management opens and a message appears, reminding you to change the data drive to J. This allows the database to be installed correctly. The script renames the folder J:\Oracle to J:\Oracle.old, if it is found.
    2. In the right pane, right-click the Data drive, and select Change Drive Letter and Paths.
    3. Click Change.
    4. In the Assign the Following Drive Letters list, select J, and click OK.
    5. Click Yes to confirm the change, and close the Computer Management window.
    6. In the command-prompt window, press any key to continue the script.
    Do not close the window; when the script finishes, the window closes automatically.
    7. A few command-prompt windows appear, and the Windows\system32\cmd.exe script starts running automatically.
    The script installs the RSS client, copies the Oracle files to drive J, changes the server name, and updates the IONA Orbacus configuration files. Several windows appear and close automatically. Do not close the command-prompt window.
    The system restarts automatically when the script finishes.There is a completion message
    after the final reboot.

    Note: If you are installing a secondary server, the script does not copy the Oracle files.

    7.3 Prinergy installation on Windows Server 2003 without a clone image

    Before you start the installation, ensure that no clone image DVD is available for the server platform that you are working on If no clone image DVD is available, you must install the software components separately.

    Note: Installation of Prinergy on Windows Server 2008 without a clone image is not supported at this time.

    See also:
    Installation methods on page 1


    7 .3.1 Installing and configuring Windows 2003

    1. Log on as the Administrator.




    2. Install the Windows operating system and Microsoft security updates.
    The Windows installation procedure varies, depending on the platform. For the correct procedure, go to the Dell Platforms.

    7 .3.2 Installing the Prinergy and Oracle software

    Use the Prinergy installation wizard to install Prinergy Administration, Prinergy Workshop, and
    Oracle on the primary and secondary servers.

    Requirements:
    Ensure that you have the Workflow Systems Site Preparation and Prinergy Presite Worksheet
    documents available. You will need information from these documents to complete the installation.

    Note: On the secondary server, the wizard installs the Oracle software, but not the Oracle database.
    This procedure assumes that you are doing a fresh installation of Prinergy—that is, there is no existing copy of Prinergy on the server.

    1. Attach the Prinergy dongle to the server’s USB port.
    2. Close all software, and log on as administrator, using the password creo.
    3. At the root of drive J (or any data drive), create the following folders:
    ● PrinergyInstall
    ● PrinergyUpdate
    ● OracleInstall

    4. Insert the Prinergy Fresh Install DVD into the DVD drive, and copy the Prinergy Installer
    folder to J:\PrinergyInstall. Copy any minor update folders to J:\PrinergyUpdate.

    Important: Make sure you insert the correct DVD for installing Prinergy on Windows Server
    2003.
    5. Remove the Prinergy Fresh Install DVD and insert the Oracle Install DVD into the DVD drive.
    Copy the five Oracle folders to J:\OracleInstall.

    Important: Make sure you insert the correct DVD for installing Oracle on Windows Server
    2003.
    6. Move the Prinergy and Oracle installation folders to the root of the substitute drives.

    Note: The installation wizard runs only on the root of the drive.
    a. Open a command-prompt window, and type subst P: J:\PrinergyInstall
    \Installer\PrinergyServerIntel
    Where P is the substitute drive and J is the data drive to which you copied the folder. The Prinergy Installer folder is moved to the root of the substitute drive.
    b. Open a command-prompt window, and type subst O: J:\OracleInstall
    Where O is the substitute drive and J is the data drive to which you copied the folders.
    7. At the command prompt, type P
    Where P is the substitute drive to which you moved the Prinergy Installer folder.




    8. Start the installation wizard. At the P:> prompt, type install.bat

    Note: If the .Net Framework or MDAC software is not installed on your system, the wizard automatically installs it before installing Prinergy.
    9. On the Welcome screen, click Next.
    10. On the Setup Type screen, select the type of server that you want to install—primary server or secondary server. Click Next.

    Note: You must install the primary server before installing the secondary server.
    11. If you are installing a secondary server, on the Primary Server information screen, type the name of the primary server, and click Next.
    12. On the Setup Type screen, select Typical, and click Next.
    13. On the Choose Destination Locations screen, check that the default drive letters are correct. The Prinergy software and the Oracle software should be installed on drive C, and the Oracle database should be installed on drive J.
    14. If the drive letters are correct, click Next. If the drive letters are not correct, exit the installation, use Disk Management to change the drive letter, and restart the installation.
    Use the following folders when distributing Oracle components:

    Content Drive
    Prinergy destination folder

    Oracle destination folder

    Oracle data folder—assign the location to the RAID drive. (The drive letter may vary.)

    Oracle log file folder—assign to the same location as the Oracle data folder, which is typically the RAID drive.

    Oracle archived log file folder

    Temp
    C:\Prinergy C:\Oracle J:\Oracle

    J:\Oracle




    C:\Oracle

    C:\Temp
    The installation wizard automatically tries to place the Oracle components in the correct locations. Observe the locations that the wizard selects. If the wizard does not place them correctly, you must do it manually.

    15. On the Temp directory location screen, type C:\Temp, and click Next.
    The Temp folder is used to store Prinergy processing information stages, such as RIP data.
    16. On the Choose Jobs Directory screen, select the Jobs default (recommended), and click
    Next.
    Prinergy job folders are stored in this directory, which is created automatically on each
    Prinergy share.
    17. On the Standard shares screen, select the AraxiVolume on which you want to home the jobs (AraxiVolume_<ServerName>_J on J drive), and click Next.
    Standard shares are used to store Prinergy jobs. Select only drives on which you plan to store Prinergy jobs.




    If you are installing a secondary server or render station without a RAID, it will probably not be used to store jobs. In this case, you do not have to create standard shares.
    18. On the Select Components screen, specify a user account for the Araxi service.
    ● If the server is in a workgroup, select Create a new NT account.
    ● If you are using a domain account, select Use existing account, select the appropriate account setting, and click Next.

    Note: The domain account must already exist. The account must have local administrative privileges.
    19. On the Prinergy service NT account screen, create a new Prinergy service NT account.
    For example in the Account box, type ARAXI, and in the Password box, type ARAXI, and click
    Next.
    20. If you are installing a secondary server, the NT account software detects which account the primary server is running under. Type the account password, and click Next.


    21. On the Select Program Folder screen, select Prinergy as the default, and click Next.
    The Summary screen appears. If you want to change any installation settings, click Back to return to the screen that you want to change.
    22. After making any necessary changes and ensuring that you have selected the correct settings, click Next to start installing Prinergy.
    The setup progress bar appears and Prinergy installs the Oracle software and patches, the Prinergy software, and Prinergy Workshop. This may take up to one hour, depending on the speed of the server. Installing the primary server takes 30-45 minutes longer than installing the secondary server, because it must create the Oracle database.
    When the primary or secondary server installation is finished, the Setup Complete screen appears.




    23. Select Yes, I want to restart my computer now, and click Finish.

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    in the instructions prinergy 5.1.2.2 can be installed windows server 2008?
    IF you installing windows server 2008,must use the ghost prinergy

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    Windows 2008 Limitation with Prinergy

    Please be aware that there is a limitation with Prinergy Evo on Windows 2008 Server. You cannot use a directly connected device. I am not sure if this is also true with Prinergy Connect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baozi View Post
    in the instructions prinergy 5.1.2.2 can be installed windows server 2008?
    IF you installing windows server 2008,must use the ghost prinergy
    It is safer to use the Ghost image because the OS is already preconfigured, otherwise you have to configure the OS yourself for Prinergy to function properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dandelion View Post
    you are very professional.
    thanks
    very good, thanks but i can't install in my PC

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    This software is most interesting for the press work from home

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    Red face Windows Server 2008 with Prinergy 5.1x

    I just add something that might be useful for you.
    For using Kodak Ghost DVD you must use DELL Server T610/R710 as a platform, can't use any PC.
    Installing 2008 with Prinergy will not work.
    The limitation is :
    - You can't use tape drive as a backup anymore (no more NT Backup in 2008)
    - Can't use direct connection outputting to CTP. You must output to 1bitTIFF and send the 1bitTIFF file to other server (EVO TIFFDownloader) to output it.
    - Also any other limitations due to Win 2008 security.

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    thanks for info

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    Prinergy latest version 5.2 has Fresh installer for both Windows 2008 and Windows 2008r2.

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    This is new version you install directly in windows 2008 x64 bit no need any ghost cd.
    ENJOY...


    http://download2.kodak.com/akdlm/17/8845/2/Prinergy_5.2.2.1.BLD258.exe?dlm=yes&fileExt=.exe

    http://download2.kodak.com/akdlm/17/8826/2/Oracle_11.2.0_x64_FreshInstaller.zip?dlm=yes&fileE xt=.zip

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    Tested Both two link is working & install it in windows 2008 x64

    software is working with dongle.
    but when i install it sentinel dongle dumper than i receive error.
    please see attachment


    http://download2.kodak.com/akdlm/17/8845/2/Prinergy_5.2.2.1.BLD258.exe?dlm=yes&fileExt=.exe

    http://download2.kodak.com/akdlm/17/8826/2/Oracle_11.2.0_x64_FreshInstaller.zip?dlm=yes&fileE xt=.zip[/QUOTE]
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    "prinergy" and "prinergy evo" is the same or not?

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    Yap you can install on same system only stop auto start service put evo & prinergy connect both on manuall mode.

    if some one have solution for windows 2008 x64 dump dongle driver.
    please help..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Torio View Post
    "prinergy" and "prinergy evo" is the same or not?
    Torio ...

    Prinergy EVO is a simple solution ... it doesn't have database (oracle) and many other things, is more for a small companies ...
    Prinergy Connect is like a "Ferrari" also in price... is a complete workflow with database for large companies ....

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