Symantec pcAnywhere Access Server requires a license to run. After the installation process is complete, you are prompted to import your license file. This step is not required. However, the license file must be imported for the Access Server service to run.
The Access Server service starts automatically after you install the Access Server and import a valid license file. The Access Server icon appears in the system tray.
Insert the Symantec pcAnywhere Access Server CD into the CD-ROM drive.
In the installation window, click Install Symantec pcAnywhere Access Server.
In the Welcome panel, click Next.
In the License Agreement panel, read and accept the terms of the license agreement, and then click Next.
In the Destination Folder panel, do one of the following:
To install Symantec pcAnywhere Access Server in the default folder, click Next.
To change the installation folder, click Change.
In the Change Current Destination Folder panel, browse to the folder location in which you want to install the Access Server, and then click OK. Then, in the Change Current Destination Folder panel, click Next.
In the Access Server Security panel, in the Password and Confirm Password boxes, type the Access Server user password.
This password is required to dock a host to the Access Server. It is also required to remotely connect to the Access Server to access the docked hosts.
In the Ready to Install the Program panel, if you do not want to place a shortcut on your desktop, uncheck Symantec pcAnywhere Access Server.
This shortcut opens the Access Server Manager, which lets you configure the Access Server, manage docked hosts, and monitor active pcAnywhere sessions.
In the Installation Completed panel, click Finish.
If a valid license file is not found on your computer, you are prompted to import one.