Symantec Workflow has a single installer. Although you must install Workflow Server, installing other pieces of Symantec Workflow is optional. During installation you can select which pieces you want to install on the local computer.
The installer is located in the directory to which you downloaded it. By default the Workflow Installer is downloaded to the desktop. If you have not yet downloaded the Workflow Installer, you can download it through the Symantec Management Console.
On the Server Roles page, click the pieces of Symantec Workflow that you want to install on the local computer, and then click Next.
If you want to install only Workflow Server, select only that piece. Note that the options that you select, affect the installation steps on the left. The more options you select on the right, the more steps you have on the left.
You should always check Workflow Server.
When you click Show Advanced Settings During Installation, you can edit the default installation location and ORM settings.
On the Server Configuration page, select the Website and the base URL that you want to use.
The Website is the IIS Website on which your projects are published.
Base URL refers to a resolvable URL to access the Workflow Server. If you install on a design-only computer (not a publishing server), the base URL can be the local computer name or IP address. If you install on a publishing server with an externally accessible URL, use that URL.
On the Workflow Designer Tasks page, configure the installation options.
Old Tool Preferences refers to task tray application settings and Workflow Designer tool settings (configured in File > Edit Tool Preferences in the Workflow loading window) carried over from your previous installation of Workflow.
On the SMP Server Credentials page, configure Symantec Management Platform server options.
Contact your network administrator if you need help.
On the Workflow Persistence page, click a persistence option.
If you are currently running the earlier version of Workflow, make sure that you use the same persistence settings.
If you install Symantec Workflow with different persistence settings than in your currently running earlier version, all current tasks become non-functional.