The following details the necessary steps for undertaking an e-nspect2000 installation for Medium Usage usage production systems.
For the e-nspect2000 Medium Usage Installation we are making the following assumptions:
You have 2 machines available, one of which is running Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server.
Under such circumstances you have to:
On the machine which is NOT running Exchange server is there a working SQL7 or SQL2000 server?
If yes - no need to install the e-nspectDB setup program (used install the SQL2000 Desktop Engine).
if no - run the e-nspectDB setup program to install the SQL2000 Desktop Engine.
On the SQL server machine you can choose to install the Client Tools. If you do run the e-nspect2k setup program,
selecting the Client Tools (you can also choose to install the Database components too).
On the Exchange Server machine run the e-nspect2k setup program.
Select to install at least the Exchange Components.
You could also select the Client tools.
Select the Database Components ONLY if you did not do so when running the e-nspect2k setup on the SQL server machine.
Provide, when prompted, the name of the SQL machine.
Provide, when prompted, the SQL Server username (by default the e-nspectDB setup establishes the user account "sa" , no quotes).
Provide, when prompted, the SQL Server user's password (by default the e-nspectDB setup establishes a blank password for the "sa" account , no quotes).
Provide, when prompted, the location of a temporary file system folder.
Start the e-nspect2k Agent service.
Run the client tools menu option (Start->Programs->e-nspect2000->Client Tools).