The Workflow task tray application runs in your computer's task tray. In Windows, the task tray is located on the right side of the Start bar. Before you publish projects to a Workflow Server, you must register information about that server in the task tray application.
To add a server in the task tray application
On the Workflow Designer computer, in the notification area, right-click the task tray application, and then click Settings.
In the Machine Settings dialog box, in the left pane, under Local Machine Info, click Servers, and then, on the right, click Add.
In the Edit Object dialog box, configure the server that you want to add. When you are finished, click OK.
(Optional) An arbitrary short name that you can use to easily identify your computer. This name appears in the list of available computers in the task tray application.
(Optional) An arbitrary group name. Use computer group names to organize your publishing targets (such as the production group and the testing group).
The IP address of the computer that you add.
Deployment Root URL
The root URL of the computer that you add.
The phrase that is appended to the end of the Deployment Root URL to access Process Manager. Do not change this setting unless you need to use a different phrase to access Process Manager.
The port that is used to access Process Manager.
The user name that is used to access Process Manager. If you publish a process to this computer that accesses Process Manager, the process uses this user name for authentication.
The password that is used to access Process Manager. If you publish a process to this computer that accesses Process Manager, the process uses this password for authentication.
If you change this password, you must also update the password manually in the Local Machine Info on all computers that point to the Process Manager.
Sets whether the Process Manager password is stored for processes to use. Leave this setting turned on unless you have a specific reason for turning it off.
Sets whether Process Manager is accessed with HTTPS instead of HTTP.
Server port number
The port that Server Extensions uses to communicate with this computer.
Sets which roles this computer has. This setting is important. Make sure that you assign the correct roles to the server that you add. For example, if your server is running Process Manager, make sure that the Process Manager role is selected.
In the Machine Settings dialog box, click OK.
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