Installing Standalone aka Typical
A standalone or typical installation installs both the Client and Manager features. For a standalone development environment, you install the library on your local machine and connect to the repository using either File I/O access or EMSRV access. You will need to use EMSRV if you want to start more than one image connected to the same library. To understand where the product is installed, refer to file locations. For directions on how to start EMSRV, refer to EMSRV for Windows.
To install a standalone environment:
Run the downloaded VAST Platform installer.
1. Read the License Agreement. If you agree to the terms and conditions, select the radio button “I accept the Terms”. Otherwise, decline and exit the installation program.
Click Next to continue.
2. On The Installation Type screen, select “Typical”, and click Next to continue.
3. On the next screen, check the checkbox if you want a shortcut to Environments placed on your desktop. A shortcut will always be available from the Start Menu. Click Next to continue.
4. Verify that all the information is correct. Then click Next and give the installer administrative privileges to finish the installing VAST Platform standalone.
5. All files for the Manager, Client and the Admin Tools will be copied to the varoot directory. The library (the Manager) will also be installed in the mgrroot.
6. When the installation is complete, check the View Readme checkbox if you want to view the readme.txt file and click Finish to end the install program.
Your next step is to launch Environments and enter the library location information to correctly configure your environment to connect to the library via File I/O.
You do not need to reboot your machine after installation.
Last modified date: 02/24/2021