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Motadata Remotely Server Installation Guide

Describes the installation steps for Remotely Server.

Minimum System Requirements:

  • Windows 10 and above
  • 8 GB RAM and above
  • Quad-Core Processor
  • Space: 250 GB and above

Downloading Windows Remotely Server

You can download the Windows Remotely Server using the below link.

Windows 64-bit/32-bitDownload Link

Windows Remotely Installation Setup

After downloading the RDP Server file, follow the below steps to install the Server on to a Computer:

Step 1: Copy “ServiceOps RDP Install V7.5.0.zip” file in your system. Now, extract that file and Install “dotnet-hosting-3.1.4-win” package.

Install
Install

Step 2: Run the installation using the below command and then press enter.

.MotaDataRDP.ps1

Install
Install

Step 3: Now press enter to continue to create IIS site and install the IIS Components.

Install IIS Components
Install IIS Components

Step 4: Now, to set the firewall rules, copy the data in inetpub, and press enter to finish.

Copy the Data
Copy the Data
Server Installation Finish
Server Installation Finish

Step 5: Now, click START menu and find “Internet Information Service Manager” to open. Now, click on “MotadtaRDP”, and then click “Browse *.8080(http)” from Actions section on the right-hand side which will open browser with Remotely Portal.

IIS Manager
IIS Manager

Access the Portal using HTTPs

  • Open Powershell with Administrator rights and paste the below command into that to generate a Self-Signed Certificate:New-SelfSignedCertificate -CertStoreLocation Cert:LocalMachineMy -DnsName “SelfSigned” -FriendlyName “LocalIIS” -NotAfter (Get-Date).AddYears(10)
  • Now a self-signed certificate has been created with name “LocalIIS” with “10years” of validity.
Note: If the client already has the Certificate then this self-signed certificate is not necessary to create, and should use the Client’s Certificate.
Access using HTTPS
Access using HTTPS
  • Open IIS Manager and click MotadataRDP from the Connections sections and click Bindings from the Actions section on the right-hand side as shown below. Also, then click on Add button to add other port.
Add Bindings
Add Bindings
Add other Port
Add other Port
  • Now select “https” option from the Type dropdown menu, type 8081 in Port, and select “LocalIIS” from the SSL certificate dropdown menu. If you have manually created (select your SSL Certificate if you have already), and then click OK button to save at the end.
Add Site Binding
Add Site Binding
Add port to Bindings
Add port to Bindings
  • Now click Browse ‘*.8081 (https)’ from Actions section which will open up the browser with https secured portal.
Open Secured Port
Open Secured Port
Secured Portal
Secured Portal

Firewall Configuration

  • Firewall configuration needs to be performed on the Windows machine. Open “Windows Defender Firewall with Advanced Security” by searching in the START menu. Then, click on “Outbound Rules” from the left-hand side, and then click on “New Rule”.
Outbound Rules
Outbound Rules
  • Now select “Port”, and then click Next. Then, enter the “8080,8081” port in Specific remote ports section.
Port Selection
Port Selection
Mention Ports
Mention Ports
  • Now select “Allow the connection” and click on Next. Then enter the Rule Name, and click Finish to create Rule.
Allow Connection
Allow Connection
Finish Create Rule
Finish Create Rule
  • Now a new Outbound rule will be seen in the list. Also, perform the same steps for Inbound Rules also.
Note: If you have any other Firewall in premises, then ALLOW port 8080 and 8081.

Downloading Linux Remotely Server

You can download the Linux Remotely Server using the below link:

Remotely Linux (Ubuntu 18) Server InstallerDownload Link

Remotely Linux (Ubuntu 20) Server InstallerDownload Link

Linux Remotely Installation Setup

  • After downloading the RDP Server file, follow the below steps to install the Server on to a Computer:

Step 1: Download the Motadata Linux Remotely Server.

Download
Download

Step 2: Provide the execution permission to the file using the below command:

Chmod 777 MotadataRemotelyLinuxServerManager

Permission
Permission

Step 3: Run the executable file using the below command:
./ MotadataRemotelyLinuxServerManager

Execute Patch
Execute Patch

Step 4: Enter the Main-server(ServiceOps) IP address during installation.

Enter the IP Address
Enter the IP Address
Installation Complete
Installation Complete

Step 5: Check the Motadata Linux File Server Service using the below command:
systemctl status ServiceOps-RDP.service

Service Status
Service Status