This page lets you configure the Notification Server credentials and the Web site and email settings. On this page, you must either import, select, or have Symantec Installation Manager create a security certificate. You also have the option to use SSL to access the Symantec Management Console.
Table: Options on the Notification Server Configuration page
The user name to use to access Notification Server. Include the domain or use ./username or computername/username. The user name must be a Windows user with local administrator rights to the Notification Server computer.
The password for the account.
The Web site for Notification Server.
After you configure a Web site, the Refresh option lets you see the Web site in the drop-down list.
After you configure a Web site, a Service Unavailable message may occur when you click Next, if one or more of the following conditions is true:
The Network Service account does not have Local Activation permissions to the Internet Information Services Admin service.
The ASP.NET worker process account on Notification Server does not have the correct file permissions.
Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 is installed on the same Web site as Notification Server.
For more information, see the Microsoft knowledge base article 930461 that describes how to resolve these same issues for a different product.
Fully Qualified Domain Name
The Fully Qualified Domain Name must resolve to the same computer where Notification Server is installed.
Provides the following options for supplying a certificate:
Automatically create self-signed certificate
When you click Next on this page, a dialog box appears that informs you that Symantec Installation Manager will create a self-signed certificate automatically.
Select a security certificate
This option lets you browse to a security certificate file and import it.
Select existing certificate
When you select this option, a Select Certificate drop-down appears that displays the certificates that already exist on the computer. Select the certificate from the list.
Use SSL to access the Management Platform
(Optional) Lets you use SSL to access the Symantec Management Console.
Configure my email information now
(Optional) Lets you configure how Notification Server events are emailed. You must enter the DNS name or IP address of your SMTP server. If the server requires authentication, you must enter a valid user name and password. The Send Test Email option lets you verify that Notification Server sends the email to the correct address.
You can also configure the email in the Symantec Management Console after you install the product.
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