Installing and Managing Self-Hosted OfficeMaps
Steps for Migration from a Self-Hosted Instance to Hosted OfficeMaps
The process to move OfficeMaps from a self-hosted instance to a hosted one requires a number of steps. 1. Verify that your self-hosted instance is fully updated with all the system requirements to run the current self-hosted version of OfficeMaps. ...
Managing Users Migrating from a Self-Hosted to a Hosted Instance
About Migrations Before a self-hosted instance can be migrated to a hosted instance, there are some questions that must be answered and actions taken in order to facilitate the migration. All users in self-hosted OfficeMaps will have a user name and ...
Self Hosted Upgrade Procedure
The self-hosted version of OfficeMaps consists primarily of the OfficeMaps folder (assuming web sites and files etc. are still contained within) and the SQL Database. The overview of the upgrade process is: Download and copy upgrade ...
Installation Pre-Start Check
DNS Records Ensure that you have created the DNS records and directed them to the Web Server that you will be using to host OfficeMaps (see Server Requirements for more information). Web Certificate/s (optional) If you wish to use https, ensure that ...
Please refer to the articles Server Requirements and Installation Pre-Start Check before continuing. Performing the Installation Download the latest version of the OfficeMaps full package (e.g. OfficeMaps2.3.1.zip). Download the latest version of the ...
To successfully install OfficeMaps as a self-hosted solution, a number of requirements must be met. You will need a server with the following: Windows Server 2012 r2 or later .Net Framework 4.8 or later IIS 8 or later IIS updated to highest ...