Honeywell Field Solutions

Experion HS

Software Installation User's Guide
EP-HCSX36 HS R400 January 2011

Release HS R400

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About This Document
This Software Installation User’s Guide describes how to install Experion HS (HS), including how to prepare the server and client computers on which Experion HS is installed.

Release Information
Document Name Software Installation User's Guide SIUG Document ID EP-HCSX36 Release Number HS R400 Publication Date January 2011

References
Document Name Experion HS R400 Release Notes Experion Supplementary Installation Tasks Guide Experion Server and Client Configuration Guide Experion Vista R301/HS R301 to HS R400 Migration User's Guide Experion HS R310/R311 to HS R400 Migration User's Guide

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........................... 17 3.............19 Preinstall considerations .........11 2................25 3....................................22 Disabling disk auto defragmentation ..................................................11 Overview of Experion HS installation .................. 19 Customizing the Control Panel view........................1 1. 9 About Experion HS R400 migration documents ....... 10 About Experion HS reference documents........21 Setting the network connections .........................................................................................................................................................................2 1.................... 19 Prepare for installation .............4 BEFORE YOU BEGIN....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2 Hardware and software requirements...........................................................................................................20 Customizing the performance settings ..............................................................................................................................Contents 1................................................12 Software requirements ...........................4 Configuration forms to be filled................................... 29 Install Experion HS client software using installation media........ 1.....................................................................3 3...................................................................................................9 Getting the latest software and documentation updates..........................................................13 2..................1 PLANNING FOR INSTALLATION ........... 11 Background .3 2......................................................................................................................... 9 Read the Release Notes ...........................................19 Setting the display resolution ............................................... 10 2.............................................................2 EXPERION HS INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................24 Setting up an ESIS repository .....4 Install Experion server using installation media ...........21 Customizing the power options .............................................................3 1.............................................1 3....................11 Methods of installation ..............................................23 Turning off Windows Defender....................................... 3.......... 14 Guidelines for naming Experion servers................................................23 Disabling antivirus software.........19 Disabling automatic Windows update ................................................................................................. 12 Computer hardware specifications .................. 2... 32 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell v HS R400 January 2011 ........................................................................

..................................................................................................................... 73 5....67 Configure Experion HS in a domain (Optional) ..............72 Protect against viruses .............. 43 4.......................73 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 ...........................................................................................................................................................................3 SUPPLEMENTARY TASKS ....................................Contents 3..............................40 Disabling the Operator password timeout .........................................5 Install Experion server/client using ESIS...........45 Creating a hosts file for single and dual network ............................... 56 Setting up time synchronization in a workgroup without an external time source........................................ 51 4.......... 70 5......37 About Station logins and security levels ..............................................................................................2 5...........................................5 Configure Distributed System Architecture (DSA) in Experion HS................ 37 About default security settings..................................... 56 Prerequisites for running NTPConfg utility ................3 POST INSTALLATION TASKS ................ 63 NTP adjustment on a workgroup system that was recently added to a domain .......................... 65 5.................................. 73 Configuring McAfee VirusScan.................................................................................................................................................67 Install Knowledge Builder on a standalone computer............................................................................................................................................................................... 45 Building redundancy Link ................. 41 Initializing the Quick Builder database.....56 About NTP Configuration (NTPConfg) utility ................................................................................ 48 Guidelines for configuring common network properties.............................4 5........................................................... 50 Guidelines for Dual Network Configuration .........................................6 vi Backup and Restore ........... 69 Run LinkDomainGroups.......................................................35 4. 60 Setting up time synchronization in a Windows domain...................................................................5 Set up time synchronization.69 Adding a computer to a domain..............vbs script ... 42 Installing the latest antivirus software............................................................................... 58 Setting up time synchronization in a workgroup with an external time source............................1 5..................73 Configuring antivirus software guidelines ...................................................................................................................................................39 Customize the system...... 67 Download and install Microsoft updates...................... 4....................................................................................2 4................................................................................................. 56 General guidelines for using NTPConfg utility ............................................................................ 5.... 41 Installing additional updates from the Honeywell Field Solutions Sales & Distribution web site .........................................4 Configure the network........... 42 Defragmenting the hard disk .................................................................................1 4...................................................................................................................... 40 Removing unused system interfaces...........

.......................... 81 HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell vii ...................................................................................................... 6................... 74 Change the server configuration.............. 75 Reinstall Operating System ..........1 MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING ................ 80 Troubleshoot Experion installation failure..................78 Removing an existing ESIS repository ........2 6................................................................................. 75 6..............77 Maintain an ESIS repository............ 77 Upgrading an existing ESIS repository.........................................................................................................................................................9 Start and stop the server.................8 5................................................................7 5..................................................................3 System tuning and troubleshooting......Contents 5..................................77 Restarting a failed ESIS repository creation.......78 6...

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2 Read the Release Notes The Experion HS Release Notes document provides a brief overview of functions and features of Experion HS. and file structures. and experience in installing software programs using standard installation dialog boxes.honeywell. you must register for access to the web site. Microsoft Windows Operating Systems. folder. Additionally.1. Click Experion HS to access the links that contain the latest notifications. software. The person installing the Experion software must have an understanding of the Experion system software. 2 3 1. The latest software and documentation updates are available in the links under respective releases.1 Getting the latest software and documentation updates You can access the Honeywell Field Solutions Sales & Distribution web site for getting the latest Experion software and documentation updates. If you are a new user. Step 1 Action In your Web browser application.htm Click Login to My Account. Type the USER LOGIN and PASSWORD and click Login. 1. 4 5 6 Click Modular Control Solutions link on the left side. it includes the special considerations for this release that could affect the software installation tasks. Click Technical Information.com/Cultures/enUS/Products/fieldsolutionssalesnet/default. 7 Download the required software updates. and documentation updates. type http://hpsweb. HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 9 . Read this document completely before starting the software installation. Before you begin The Experion HS Software Installation User’s Guide provides information that assists you in planning and installing Experion HS. if any.

10 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . refer to the Experion HS PDF Collection media. Experion HS R301/R301. Before you begin 1. 1. About Experion HS R400 migration documents 1.4 About Experion HS reference documents For the complete set of Experion HS documents.1. R310 systems.1.3 About Experion HS R400 migration documents Refer to the Experion Vista R301/HS R301 to HS R400 Migration User's Guide and Experion HS R310/R311 to HS R400 Migration User's Guide for complete information on the planning and execution of migration of Experion Vista R301.3. and Experion HS R311 systems to Experion HS R400.

then multiple nodes can be installed in parallel. For instructions on installing using the installation media. You can set up an ESIS to host the Experion software. ESIS provides a single repository of all the latest Experion DVDs.2. which is accessible on the network. Specifically. refer to the section Install Experion server using installation media. it is any accessible Windows networking-based node or removable media. The ESIS can be accessed over the network or a removable drive for installation of system software on Experion system nodes. Planning for installation 2. It is capable of hosting a share with account security that has available disk space to host the Experion installation media.1 Overview of Experion HS installation Experion HS can be installed in systems that are in a workgroup or domain. If you are using ESIS. you can install Experion HS using the Experion HS Application DVD. you do not have to insert the software DVDs to install Experion. then only one node can be installed at a time. Using Experion Software Installation Server (ESIS) The ESIS is a file server/file share. at the same time. If ESIS is hosted on a computer that is accessible on the network or a removable drive connected to a computer. The new DVDs that are released by Honeywell can be updated to ESIS. • • Installation using Experion installation media Installation using Experion Software Installation Server (ESIS) Using the Experion installation media In this method. If ESIS is hosted on a removable drive and is connected to a computer where installation needs to be performed. • • Background Experion server Experion Flex Station Methods of installation Experion HS supports the following two installation methods. HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 11 . The following are the product types supported by Experion HS.

Computer hardware specifications Free disk space Before installing Experion HS. However. Backup facilities It is essential that you provide backup facilities for the server to protect against a hard disk failure or other problems. Planning for installation 2. Hardware and software requirements 2. Disk storage requirements The required disk storage depends on the history and event archiving requirements. is not supported in this release of Experion HS.2. refer to Technical Specifications data in Honeywell Field Solutions Sales & Distribution web site. It is recommended that you use the Network Interface Card (NIC) supplied with the computer (if it is a DELL computer). For more information about backup and restore. 12 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . refer to the Experion Interface Reference Guides. refer to the Experion Server and Client Planning Guide.2. refer to the Experion Backup and Restore guide. you can use any NICs supported by the supported Operating System.2 Hardware and software requirements For information on computer hardware specifications. ensure that you have minimum free hard disk space of 20 GB for process server and 10 GB for process client on the C: drive of the node. Network Interface Cards ATTENTION The Etherlink III NIC. To calculate storage requirements. For installation and configuration information. Controller Interfaces Refer to your Experion HS License Certificate for details about the interfaces supported by Experion HS. ATTENTION The computer hardware must be certified for the supported Operating System.

Microsoft Office 2007. Note: • DO NOT install Microsoft Outlook on the server node. For more information about configuring the antivirus software. refer to the Supplementary Installation Tasks Guide. Protect against viruses.2. Release Update 6a. Microsoft Office 2010. refer to the section. refer to the section. “Configuring reports” in the Server and Client Configuration Guide. supersedes RU6 • McAfee AV + VirusScan Engine + patch (8. HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 13 . Hardware and software requirements Software requirements Operating system Microsoft Office Windows 7 Professional Edition (32-bit) English version. Planning for installation 2. Antivirus software • Symantec Endpoint Protection 11. For more information about installing Microsoft Excel Reports.7i + Engine 5400 + Patch3) Refer to the Honeywell Field Solutions Sales & Distribution web site for more information about Honeywell-qualified antivirus software.2. For more information about creating Microsoft Excel Reports. and Excel 2007 English versions only.

2. Property Server computer name. refer to the section Guidelines for naming Experion servers. Configuration forms to be filled 2. Planning for installation 2. We recommend that you print a copy of the following forms. This password must be the same on all Experion nodes. Server configuration form ATTENTION The non-redundant server computer names must not end with the letter A or B. In a redundant server system.3. Domain or workgroup name Server IP address Subnet mask Default gateway Windows mngr account password Ensure that you choose a strong password for the Windows mngr account as it is difficult to change the password after the system installation. so that you can record the relevant information as you read this section. It is recommended to have complex password.3 Configuration forms to be filled This section contains information about the configuration forms that are required during the installation. Value 14 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . for example expserver For more information about naming conventions. name of the nodes must end with the letters A or B.

2. as these letters are reserved for redundant servers. For more information. Property Client/Station 1 Computer name IP address Client/Station 2 Computer name IP address Client/Station 3 Computer name IP address Client/Station 4 Computer name IP address Client/Station 5 Computer name IP address Client/Station 6 Computer name IP address Client/Station 7 Value HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 15 . Configuration forms to be filled Client configuration form ATTENTION The client computer names must not end with the letter A or B. Only redundant server pair nodes can end with the letters A or B. refer to the section Guidelines for naming Experion servers. Planning for installation 2.3.

2. Configuration forms to be filled Property Computer name IP address Client/Station 8 Computer name IP address Client/Station 9 Computer name IP address Client/Station 10 Computer name IP address Value 16 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 .3. Planning for installation 2.

) • • • • HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 17 . The following are the basic restrictions when naming the server and client computers. For non-redundant server nodes. For redundant server nodes. The computer name must not end with "0" or "1".2. The computer name must begin with an alphabetic character. • • The computer name must be 14 characters. Guidelines for naming Experion servers 2. the computer name MUST NOT end with A or B. if you want to change the computer name. For example a to z.4 Guidelines for naming Experion servers WARNING You cannot change the computer name of Experion servers after the installation. However. The computer name cannot contain spaces or other non-standard characters. in length. you must reinstall the server software. or less. the computer name MUST end with A or B.4. or A to Z. because 0 and 1 suffixes are appended to the computer names in host files to identify redundant links. (Ending a name with 0 or 1 may result in communication failure if you have redundant networks. All Experion server and client computers must have a unique fixed name and IP address. Planning for installation 2.

Guidelines for naming Experion servers 18 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . Planning for installation 2.2.4.

the node hardware for both ServerB and ServerA must be identical. • • 3. The Control Panel appears. the customers are notified and the updates are made available through the Honeywell Field Solutions Sales & Distribution web site.2 Prepare for installation Step 1 Choose Start > Control Panel. • You must use a user account with administrative privileges to install Experion. click Large icons. Check the BIOS settings of your PC and verify that any Multiple CPU Core related options are enabled. After Honeywell qualifies Microsoft patches/updates. 2 In the View by list.3. Action Customizing the Control Panel view ATTENTION Ensure that you customize the Control Panel view option as Large icons for all logins. HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 19 . For redundant systems. right-click Computer and click Properties.1 Preinstall considerations • Ensure that Microsoft Windows 7 Professional Edition (32-bit) English version is installed on your system by performing the following: − From the Start menu. Experion HS installation 3. Verify the system information in the System Properties window. Do not use the default Windows 7 Professional administrator account. Honeywell qualifies Microsoft security updates/patches to ensure that the update or patch works in conjunction with Experion software. Disabling automatic Windows update It is strongly recommended not to install any updates not qualified by Honeywell. Refer to the PC Manufacturers documentation for more details.

Experion HS installation 3. 32-bit and 1024x768. select the display resolution to a supported Experion resolution (for example 1280 x 1024. 6 Close the Display window. Action Setting the display resolution To set the display settings. In the Important updates list. click Keep changes. perform the following steps. click Adjust resolution. Action 5 20 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . Close the Windows Update window. The Control Panel appears. Click OK. Note: The Display Settings dialog box appears only if you are setting the display setting for the first time. and click OK. click Change Settings. perform the following steps.3. clear the check box. 2 3 4 5 6 7 Click Windows Update. Under Recommended updates. In the Resolution list. 32-bit). In the Display Settings dialog box. In the left pane. Step 1 Choose Start > Control Panel.2. click Never check for updates (not recommended). 2 3 4 Click Display. In the left pane. Step 1 Choose Start > Control Panel. Prepare for installation To disable automatic windows update. The Control Panel opens.

click Never. click Change plan settings. Click Apply and then OK. Experion HS installation 3. The Control Panel opens. If Put the computer to sleep option appears. In the Turn off the display list. 2 3 Click System. perform the following steps: Step 1 Choose Start > Control Panel. Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 21 Action . Click OK to close the System Properties dialog box.2. 5 6 7 On the Visual Effects tab. perform the following steps. 2 3 4 5 Click Power Options. Step 1 Choose Start > Control Panel. click Adjust for best performance. Under Preferred plans. Action Customizing the power options To customize the power options. click Power Saver option. and then close the System window. Close the Power Options window. Under Power Saver option. The System Properties dialog box appears. Prepare for installation Customizing the performance settings To customize the performance settings. click Advanced System Settings. In the left pane. click Never. The Performance Options dialog box appears. The Control Panel opens.3. 6 7 HS R400 January 2011 Click Save Changes. 4 On the Advanced tab. click Settings under Performance.

the Public (current profile) is expanded. In the left pane of the Network and Sharing Center window. Prepare for installation Setting the network connections To set the network connections.2. 2 3 Click Network and Sharing Center. By default. 10 11 12 13 Configure the IP address. click Change adapter settings. click Turn on network discovery. 8 Right-click the required LAN connection and then click Properties. For dual network configuration. 4 Under Network discovery. The Control Panel opens. Click OK to close the Local Area Connection properties dialog box. In the left pane. By default. Action ATTENTION If your system has multiple NICs enabled. the File and Printer Sharing option is turned off. repeat steps 8 through 12 on the second network adapter. 9 Double-click Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4). 6 7 Click Save changes. The Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) Properties dialog box appears. The Local Area Connection Properties dialog box appears. Step 1 Choose Start > Control Panel. Experion HS installation 3. Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 22 .3. click Change advanced sharing settings. By default. Close all the open windows on the Windows desktop. 5 Under File and printer sharing. perform the following steps. click Turn on file and printer sharing. the network discovery option is turned off. and then click OK to close the Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv4) Properties dialog box. then right-click unused NICs and click Disable.

perform the following steps to disable Windows Defender for improved performance. Under Defragmentation. Experion HS installation 3. 5 Click Configure schedule. Step 1 Choose Start > Computer. 7 8 9 10 11 Clear Automatically defragment new discs checkbox and click OK. perform the following steps.2. Prepare for installation Disabling disk auto defragmentation To disable the disk auto defragmentation. 6 Click Select disks…. The Disc Defragmenter dialog box appears. Clear Run on a Schedule (recommended) checkbox and click OK. Step 1 Choose Start > All Programs. 3 4 Click the Tools tab. 2 Right-click Local Disc (C:) and click Properties. The Disc Defragmenter: Modify Schedule dialog box appears. Click Close to close Disc Defragmenter window. The Disc Defragmenter: Select Disks For Schedule dialog box appears. click Defragment Now…. Click OK to close the Local Disc (C :) Properties window. Action Turning off Windows Defender If you have Windows Defender enabled in your system. Close the Computer window.3. The Local Disc (C:) Properties window appears. The Computer window appears. Action HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 23 .

To disable the antivirus software. A dialog box with the message “Windows Defender is turned off” appears. click Tools. Experion HS installation 3. Close the Control Panel. 6 Click Continue. 3 4 Under Settings. In the VirusScan Console window. Step 1 2 Action Choose Start > All Programs > McAfee > VirusScan Console. Under Administrator Options. choose Task > Properties. Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . Prepare for installation Step 2 Click Windows Defender. • Allow everyone to use Windows Defender • Use Windows Defender 5 Click Save. clear the following check boxes.2. 7 8 Click Close to close the Windows Defender dialog box. disable the antivirus services prior to the installation.3. The User Account Control dialog box appears. to ensure proper installation of the software. perform the following steps. 3 4 24 Clear Prevent McAfee services from being stopped check box. Disabling antivirus software If you have installed antivirus software. The Access Protection Properties dialog box appears. Action The Windows Defender dialog box appears. and then click Options. Click Apply and then OK. ATTENTION Ensure that you restart your antivirus services after you have completed the installation.

9 Repeat steps 8a to 8d for McAfee McShield and McAfee Task Manager Services. USB pen drive. In the Startup type box. You can create an ESIS repository on a local hard disk that can be accessed using a network share. click Stop. Setting up an ESIS repository An ESIS repository consists of a copy of the Experion installation media DVD and the Knowledge Builder DVD. b) c) d) In the General tab.msc and click OK. Type services. ATTENTION This section is applicable only if you want to install Experion from ESIS repository. Click Apply. and Windows Server 2008 OS. 8 To disable the antivirus software. and then click OK. The Services window appears.3. or a removable hard drive. You can create the ESIS repository only on Windows XP. Experion HS installation 3. The Properties dialog box appears. Windows 7. Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 25 • • HS R400 January 2011 . Windows 2003. perform the following steps: a) Right-click McAfee Framework Service and click Properties. Ensure that HPSInstall account is not present on the system on which you create the ESIS share. The user account to which share access is provided must not be present on the system on which installation is performed. Considerations • • ESIS repositories must not be created on a node on which Experion is installed. select Disabled. Choose Start > Run.2. Prepare for installation Step 5 6 7 Action Close the VirusScan Console window.

If you are creating ESIS on Windows XP SP2 (Dell).0 (minimum) installed in your machine.2. Disable On-Access Scan for your antivirus program prior to starting the ESIS setup. Ensure that minimum space of 3 GB is available on the ESIS server for setting up the ESIS repository. portable USB hard drives. Ensure that you enable On-Access Scan for your antivirus program after you have completed the ESIS setup. or local system drives. perform the following steps. Experion HS installation 3. The Welcome to ESIS page of ESIS Preparation Utility appears. click OK to exit.Net 3. click Yes.5\dotnetfx35SP1. The destination folder can be created only on USB removable drives.0 or higher needs to be installed. If the ESIS tool fails to start and an error message ". The Honeywell – Experion HS Installer page appears.5. Microsoft . Ensure you have . 2 Click Setup an Experion Software Installation Server.Net 2.1 to complete installation. Step 1 Action Insert the Experion installation media and click Run Experion Media Browser in the AutoPlay dialog box. • • • To set up a new ESIS repository. Go to <Install Media>\Packages\Microsoft\DotNet3. in the required location." appears. Prepare for installation Prerequisites • Create a folder that will function as the ESIS repository.3.Net framework 3.exe and install . The four options available on the Welcome dialog box are as follows: • Create a new ESIS repository • Upgrade existing ESIS repository • Resume a failed ESIS repository creation • Remove an existing ESIS repository 26 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 .5 Framework requires that Windows Installer 3.1 be installed prior to the installation” appears. 3 If the file security dialog box appears. click OK to exit.Net2. an error “You must install Windows Installer 3.

Experion HS installation 3. Click Apply and then OK to close the Advanced Sharing dialog box. select Share this folder check box. 7 Click OK. 4 5 6 Click Create a New ESIS Repository. The Folder Properties dialog box appears. Close the Folder Properties dialog box. Permissions to the ESIS share must be given to a single user account. ATTENTION Consider the following before setting up permissions for the shared folder: • • It is recommended to give “read” permissions to the share. Under Settings. click Browse to select the destination folder for the ESIS repository. d) e) f) HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 27 . Click OK to close the Permissions dialog box. Click Next. Prepare for installation Step Action ATTENTION When the ESIS Preparation Utility is started on the computer for the first time. Share access permissions must not be given to “Everyone” or Groups. a message prompting to share the destination location appears. click the Sharing tab and then click Advanced Sharing. type the Share name and click Permissions to assign permissions (Read permission or Read and Write permission) to this share.3. In the Advanced Sharing dialog box. 8 a) b) c) In the Folder Properties dialog box. only the option Create a New ESIS Repository is enabled by default and all the other options are disabled. On the Select a Path page. if not already selected and click Next. If you select local system drive.2.

9 In the Select Media page. select the check boxes against the names of the media to select the media for ESIS repository creation and click Start. The Status Display page appears.3. for sharing the folder if a message appears to drag the ESIS folder to the Shared Document. Experion HS installation 3. log on. 28 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . 10 Close all the windows and click OK to proceed. Prepare for installation Step Action ATTENTION On an XP machine. the Description is updated to ESIS Repository [<Name>] created successfully at <Destination Location>. A message to close all the explorer windows appears. Click Finish. close it. If My Documents folder appears. 11 12 After the media is copied. Then log off.2. Clear the Use simple file sharing (Recommended) check box. and restart the ESIS creation. then go to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Folder Options and click the View tab.

The Found New Hardware dialog box appears. Experion HS installation 3.3. Install Experion server using installation media 3. 5 HS R400 January 2011 Click Install/Migrate Experion HS.3. Step 1 Action If a software protection key (dongle) is specified on the license certificate. click Run Experion Media Browser. perform the following steps. 2 Wait for the Operating System to complete the USB driver installation. The AutoPlay dialog box appears. ignore the message and proceed with the installation. Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 29 . before starting the installation. To install Experion server. Prerequisites • Ensure you have the following. refer to the Experion HS R400 migration documents in the PDF Collection. 3 Insert the Experion HS installation media in the DVD drive. if specified on the license certificate Considerations • This procedure must be performed using a user account with administrative privileges. 4 Under Install or run program. insert this key on the computers USB port. The Honeywell – Experion HS Installer – R400 page appears.3 Install Experion server using installation media ATTENTION If you are performing the migration of Experion systems. If any warning dialog box appears. − − − − Experion HS installation media Experion HS Knowledge Builder media Software license certificate Software protection key (dongle).

3. Under Experion System Software. Enter Password and Confirm Password. 10 Click I accept the terms in the license agreement. Type the password for the following: 30 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . enter the License No.3. Experion HS installation 3. Enter Password and Confirm Password. The Setup type of Node to Install page appears. 15 Type the passwords for the following: MNGR Account Expengr Account Expoper Account Experion SQL Agent Account Enter Password and Confirm Password.” 9 Click Yes on the warning dialog box. The Migration/Clean Install Selection page appears. The Honeywell Experion HS – DialogManager appears. The User and License Information page appears. 11 12 Select SCADA Server from the Experion Product Node Type list and click Next. 7 Click Next. enter the Name and Company Name. 8 Click Install Clean. Enter Password and Confirm Password. 13 14 Under Customer Information. 16 17 Click Next. and then click Next. The Experion Accounts Passwords Entry page appears. and then click Next. and Authorization. A warning appears with the message “You have chosen an option that will not Migrate data from a prior release. The License Agreement page appears. 6 Click Yes. Install Experion server using installation media Step Action The User Account Control dialog box appears. Click Yes to proceed with the installation.

Click Close. For more information about Windows accounts. refer to the section About default security settings. the Experion HS client software is also installed. insert the Knowledge Builder DVD and click Yes to start the Knowledge Builder installation.3. 20 21 22 23 24 25 When prompted. The Summary page appears. The installation begins and the progress of the installation is displayed. Ensure you do not click anywhere during this step. Do not change the Experion server computer name after the software installation. ATTENTION Ignore the small user interface window that appears during server patch installation. When Welcome to Experion PKS page appears. Clear Show this screen next time you start Windows check box. Complete the tasks in the section – Post installation tasks. Experion HS installation 3. click View license agreement to review the Honeywell license agreement. 18 Click Next.3. WARNING Passwords of local accounts must be configured to be the same on all Experion nodes. Install Experion server using installation media Step Experion SQL Account Action Enter Password and Confirm Password. HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 31 . Click Yes to restart the computer and log on as a user with administrator privileges. 19 Click Install. ATTENTION • • By default. when the Experion HS server software is installed.

3 Click Install/Migrate Experion HS.3. If you are performing the migration of Experion systems. The Migration/Clean Install Selection page appears. To install Experion HS client software. and then click Next. ensure you install SoftMaster (optional) only after installing the Experion HS client. The Honeywell Experion HS R400 – DialogManager appears. Step 1 Action Insert the Experion HS installation media in the DVD drive. 2 Under Install or run program. perform the following procedure. A warning appears with the message “You have chosen an option that will not Migrate data from a prior release. refer to the SoftMaster Users Manual. 4 Click Yes. The AutoPlay dialog box appears. 6 Click Install Clean. click Run Experion Media Browser. Experion HS installation 3. 5 Click Next. The User Account Control dialog box appears. refer to the Experion HS R400 migration documents in the PDF Collection.4.” 32 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 .4 Install Experion HS client software using installation media ATTENTION • If SoftMaster needs to be installed in Experion HS. Install Experion HS client software using installation media 3. For more information about installing the SoftMaster. • Considerations • This procedure must be performed using a user account with administrative privileges. The Honeywell – Experion HS Installer – R400 page appears.

14 When prompted. enter the Name and Company Name. and then click Next. Enter Password and Confirm Password. WARNING Passwords of local accounts must be configured to be the same on all Experion nodes. Ensure you do not click anywhere during this step. 9 10 Select SCADA Client from the Experion Product Node Type list and click Next. ATTENTION Ignore the small user interface window that appears during server patch installation. 13 Click Install. Under Customer Information. Enter Password and Confirm Password. HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 33 . The Experion Accounts Password Entry page appears. 11 Type the passwords for the following: mngr Account expengr Account expoper Account Enter Password and Confirm Password. The Summary page appears. Install Experion HS client software using installation media Step 7 Action Click Yes on the warning dialog box. Experion HS installation 3. The installation begins and the progress of the installation is displayed. The License Agreement page appears. 12 Click Next.4. The Setup type of Node to Install page appears. refer to the section About default security settings. and then click Next.3. insert the Knowledge Builder DVD and click Yes to start the Knowledge Builder installation. 8 Click I accept the terms in the license agreement. For more information about Windows accounts.

3. click Yes to restart the computer and log on as a user with Administrator privileges. Clear Show this screen next time you start Windows check box. Experion HS installation 3. When Welcome to Experion PKS page appears. Complete the tasks in the section – Post installation tasks. 34 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . Click Close. click View license agreement to review the Honeywell license agreement. Install Experion HS client software using installation media Step 15 16 17 18 19 Action Once the installation is complete.4.

In the Welcome to ESIS tool page. If you are using ESIS from a USB drive: HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 35 . Step 1 Action If you are using ESIS from a network share: To connect to the ESIS repository.3. 2 If you are using ESIS from a network share: Double-click setup. Ensure that you have created the ESIS repository as specified in the section. Experion HS installation 3. perform the following steps. • To install Experion server/client using ESIS from a network share/USB drive. • Clear the Remember Password check box.exe at the root of the ESIS repository path. • Type the <Domain Name>\Username and Password if you belong to a domain and if you have share permissions. • Type the <Domain Name>\Username and Password if you belong to a domain and if you have share permissions. Press ENTER. If you are using ESIS from a USB drive: Insert the USB pen drive or removable hard drive (containing the ESIS repository) into your machine. Install Experion server/client using ESIS 3. • Type the <ESISServer IP>\Username and Password if you belong to a workgroup and if you have share permissions.5 Install Experion server/client using ESIS • Considerations The following procedure assumes that there are two computers with working network connection.5. choose Start > Run and type \\<ESISServer IP>\<ShareName>. • Clear the Remember Password check box. If you are prompted for the Windows credentials. • Type the <ESISServer IP>\Username and Password if you belong to a workgroup and if you have share permissions. Setting up an ESIS repository.

Experion HS installation 3.5. • Install Experion server using installation media • Install Experion HS client software using installation media 36 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 .exe at the root of the ESIS repository path.3. refer to the section Troubleshoot Experion installation failure for resolving this issue. Click Clean Install and proceed with the installation. click Next. 3 4 In the Welcome page. To complete the installation. Install Experion server/client using ESIS Step Action Browse to the ESIS repository location in the USB pen drive/removable hard drive and double-click setup. refer to the following sections depending on the node that you are installing. ATTENTION If an error message “Multiple users cannot be connected to the same network share” occurs.

1 About default security settings The installation creates the following Windows accounts and Station Operator IDs. HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell Local Operators Product Administrators Local Servers 37 . (2) Log on using this account to configure the system. “Configuring security and access” in the Experion Server and Client Configuration Guide before changing these settings. (3) Log on using the expoper account to operate the system. Windows Account Group Backup Operators Local Engineers mngr(1) expengr(2) expoper(3) No Yes No Yes No No Yes Yes No Yes No No No No Yes (1) This is the Experion system account. ATTENTION The Windows account passwords are case-sensitive.4. Post installation tasks 4. Refer to the section.

the default password for this login is mngr1.1.4. This default Operator ID is linked to a Windows account group with the same name. Product Administrators Local Engineers Local Operators 38 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . About default security settings Operator ID mngr Description This Operator ID is used by applications and is not linked to the Windows mngr account. This default Operator ID is linked to a Windows account group with the same name. This default Operator ID is linked to a Windows account group with the same name. Post installation tasks 4.

If you use operator-based security. This is the standard operator level that allows alarm acknowledgement and routine control.2.2 About Station logins and security levels Experion provides the following security levels that apply when you use Station. oper supv engr mngr HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 39 . Viewing and alarm acknowledgement is permitted. Provides access to supervisor-level functions. Post installation tasks 4. Configuring security and access in the Experion Server and Client Configuration Guide for description of the Station and Operator-based security options.4. Provides access to engineer-level functions. each person is given a unique Station Operator ID and assigned a specific security level. This level is available only with operator-based security. This level is available only with operator-based security. Refer to the section. If you use the default Station-based security. Provides unrestricted access to all functions. you can move to a particular security level by typing the password for that level on the Station. Security Level View Only Ack Only OPER SUPV ENGR MNGR Default Password No default No default Description Only viewing is permitted. About Station logins and security levels 4.

3. which is part of Administrators and Product Administrators group.4. 40 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . Post installation tasks 4. 3 4 Select the required . The following procedure disables the password expiry period. Choose Station > Connect. Type 0 in the Password Validation Period field and press ENTER to disable password reuse validation period. The Connect dialog box appears.stn file from the Recent Connections tab or the Other Connections tab. 5 6 7 8 9 Type mngr in the Password field. the password expiry period for all Station Operator logins that are not linked to a Windows account is set to 30 days. Customize the system 4. Step 1 2 Action Choose Start > All Programs > Honeywell Experion PKS > Server > Station. Click the Sign-on Admin tab. and then click OK to change the Station security level to mngr. mngr is used by applications to access the system. By default. Choose Configure > Operators > Operators on the Station menu to open the Operator Configuration Summary display. Type 0 in the Password Expiry Period field and press ENTER to disable password timeouts. Disabling the Operator password timeout The Station Operator ID. Click Connect.3 Customize the system ATTENTION Before starting the post installation tasks. Station connects to the server using the connection information contained in the setup file you specified. which can cause problems after the system installation. ensure you have logged in as a user.

Click the Servers icon on the left side of the window. choose Start > All Programs > Honeywell Experion PKS > Configuration Studio and connect to the appropriate server. choose Configure > System Hardware > System Interfaces to open the System Interface Configuration Summary display. Select the blank entry on the combo box at record 500. Click OK to close the Modify Project dialog box. Choose Tools > Component Manager to open the Enable Components dialog box.4. click Build channels. Type rec 999 in the command zone at the upper right side of the Station window and press ENTER. The Enable Components dialog box appears. The Configuration Studio appears. Customize the system Removing unused system interfaces Perform the following steps to remove the unused system interfaces. Post installation tasks 4. to remove the PHD interface entry and press ENTER. Initializing the Quick Builder database Step 1 Action From Experion server. A dialog box is displayed in the system message zone. Or The Quick Builder main window appears. to remove the SYSMGT interface entry and press ENTER. expand server name. Step 1 2 3 4 Action In Station. Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 41 .3. if you are opening Quick Builder for the first time. In the right pane. 2 3 In the left pane. 4 5 6 HS R400 January 2011 Double-click to expand Other > Device. Select the blank entry on the combo box at record 499. and click Control Strategy. and then select MasterLogic to add the MasterLogic interface. 5 Click Yes to delete the SYSMGT interface.

Note: This is the server type for Experion HS . The default server Station configuration is uploaded and the errors reported during the upload must be ignored. 11 Close Quick Builder followed by Configuration Studio. You can find the latest antivirus solution information at Honeywell Field Solutions Sales & Distribution web site. and click OK to upload the server database. 42 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . download and install them. Click the Up arrow icon on the toolbar. Installing additional updates from the Honeywell Field Solutions Sales & Distribution web site If there are additional updates available for Experion HS.3. Select All items from server. 8 9 10 Click the Server Details tab and verify that the server name is correct.4. Customize the system Step 7 Action Select the DefaultServer item and select the server type Experion LS R400 in the list.qdb. Post installation tasks 4. Refer to the section – Getting the latest software and documentation updates and follow the instructions supplied with the updates. The new database file is saved at C:\ProgramData\Honeywell\Experion PKS\Server\Data\qdb\QBDatabase. Installing the latest antivirus software Verify that the latest antivirus software is installed and patched to the proper version for your OS.R400.

choose Start > Run and type services. perform the following steps. Wait for the server state to change to Database Unloaded and close the dialog box. Customize the system Defragmenting the hard disk . The Computer window appears. 5 To stop MSSQLServer service.3. It is not possible to monitor or control the process during this procedure. • To defragment the hard disk. Choose Start > All Programs > Honeywell Experion PKS > Server > StartStop Experion PKS Server. Click Database Unloaded. Choose Start > Computer. This stops the MSSQLServer services. HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 43 . 3 4 Click the application icon on the upper-left of the title bar and choose Advanced > Full mode. Step 1 2 Action Close all the running applications on the Windows desktop. 6 Click Continue. The Services window appears. click Yes.msc. The User Account Control dialog box appears. Post installation tasks 4. 7 8 Right-click SQL Server (MSSQLServer) and click Stop. 9 10 Close the Services window. In the Stop Other Services dialog box. To defragment the hard disk of the client system. follow the steps from 10 through 18.4. ATTENTION • The process must be controlled to a safe state before performing this procedure on the Experion server. and click Yes on the confirmation dialog box. The Experion PKS Server dialog box appears.

The Disk Defragmenter Defragment Now dialog box appears. Post installation tasks 4. this task may take some time to complete.4. and click OK to close the Properties dialog box. choose File > Exit to close the Disk Defragmenter application. Click the Tools tab. 15 Click Defragment Now…. 16 Select C: to defragment and click OK. and choose Properties. Depending on the level of fragmentation. 17 18 When the defragmentation is complete. 14 Click Continue. Customize the system Step 11 12 13 Action Right-click the C: drive. Click Defragment Now…. The Disk Defragmenter window appears.3. 44 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . The User Account Control dialog box appears. Restart the computer and log on as a user with administrator privileges.

3 Choose File > Open. 5 Enter the IP Address and the corresponding Host Name (separated by a space) for Experion server with a single-network.4.1. The hosts file on each computer within this Experion system would include the following entries: 127. is 192.0. under File name. As the entries are identical. Step 1 Action Choose Start > All Programs > Accessories and right-click Notepad and click Run as Administrator. 4 Browse to C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts file to open the hosts file.1 192. you can edit the hosts file on one computer. The Open window appears. Configure the network 4. The Notepad appears. Post installation tasks 4.168.4 Configure the network The hosts file on the Experion server and the Experion clients must contain the computer name and associated IP address of the Experion server. To create a hosts file. Creating a hosts file for single and dual network ATTENTION Ensure you select All Files.4. perform the following steps. expserver.0. and then copy the file to each computer in the Experion system.168.1 localhost hsserv HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 45 . 2 Click Yes.1.1. The User Account Control dialog box appears. For example. assume the IP address of the Experion server computer.

168.1 192.168. Configure the network Step 6 Action Enter the IP Address and the corresponding Host Name (separated by a space) for Experion server with dual networks. is 192. For example assume the IP address of the primary Experion server computer.168.4.1 192.1.168.1 for the server.1 localhost hsserv hsserv0 hsserv1 7 Enter the IP Address and the corresponding Host Name (separated by a space) for Experion redundant server with a single-network.2 The hosts file on each computer within this Experion system would include the following entries: 192.2 hsservb hsservb0 46 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . For example assume the IP addresses as: 192.1 hsserva hsserva0 192.168.0.0.0.0.4. hsservb. on the second network. Post installation tasks 4.168. on the first network. 192.168.1. expserver. The hosts file on each server and client computer within the Experion system would include the following entries: 127.1 for the server. hsserva.0. is 192.0.168.0. expserver.1 and assume the IP address of the backup Experion server computer.0.

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Action Enter the IP Address and the corresponding Host Name (separated by a space) for Experion redundant server with dual networks. For example assume the IP addresses as: 192.168.0.1 for the server, hsserva, on the first network. 192.168.1.1 for the server, hsserva, on the second network. 192.168.0.2 for the server, hsservb, on the first network. 192.168.1.2 for the server, hsservb, on the second network. The hosts file on each server and client computer within the Experion system would include the following entries: 192.168.0.1 hsserva hsserva0 192.168.0.2 hsservb hsservb0 192.168.1.1 hsserva1 192.168.1.2 hsservb1

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Updating the hosts file To update the hosts file, perform the following steps.
Step 1 Action Choose Start > All Programs > Accessories and right-click Notepad and click Run as Administrator. The User Account Control dialog box appears. 2 Click Continue. The Notepad opens. 3 Choose File > Open. The Open dialog box appears.

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Action Browse to C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc and open the hosts file.

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Ensure you select All Files, under File name. 5 6 Edit the file as required. Save the changes to the hosts file.

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If you use Microsoft Notepad to edit the hosts file, you need to remove the .txt file extension after you save the file. 7 Copy this file to each computer in the Experion system or repeat this procedure on each computer.

Building redundancy Link To build the data link for a single network The redundancy link (Link 0 (LINK00)) is configured by default as part of redundant server installation. To activate the link you must update the hosts file and restart the server. To build the data link for dual networks
Step 1 2 Action Browse to C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Experion PKS\Server\User and open redun.hdw using a text editor such as Notepad. Locate the following section in this file: & *********************************************************** & Define the data link(s) & ***********************************************************

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Action By default, link 0 is established as illustrated: DEL LNK00 ADD LNK00 NETWORK_LINK If you are using dual networks, the following entries also must be added for LNK01. The following is an example of REDUN.HDW, before editing: & DEL LNK01 & ADD LNK01 NETWORK_LINK Edit the REDUN.HDW file by removing “& “ symbol for link 1. The following is an example of REDUN.HDW, after editing: DEL LNK01 ADD LNK01 NETWORK_LINK

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Save the file. Choose Start > All Programs > Accessories, right-click Command Prompt and click Run as Administrator. The Command Prompt window appears.

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To stop the Experion server, type the following command and press Enter.
hscserver /stop /y

To change the directory to where the REDUN.HDW file is located, type the following and press Enter.
cd c:\program files\honeywell\experion pks\server\user

Command prompt indicates the following path
c:\program files\honeywell\experion pks\server\user.

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c:\program files\honeywell\experion pks\server\user>hdwbld redun.hdw

Command executes successfully and displays hardware build complete 0 errors.

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Action To UNLOAD the server database, type the following command and press Enter.
hscserver /unload /y

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Guidelines for configuring common network properties
Property Preferred DNS server Description Request your Network Administrator for the IP address of the preferred Domain Name Server (DNS). Your company may have one or more DNS. The preferred DNS is the first DNS that your computer communicates with to resolve names to IP addresses. If the preferred DNS server is not available, your computer communicates with the alternate DNS, if available. If you are configuring a stand-alone network, this parameter can be omitted. Alternate DNS server Request your Network Administrator for the IP address of the alternate DNS. If you are configuring a standalone network, this parameter can be omitted. Request your Network Administrator for the list and search order of DNS suffixes. If you are configuring a stand-alone network, this parameter can be omitted. Request your Network Administrator for this information. If you are configuring a stand-alone network, this parameter can be omitted. Request your Network Administrator for this information. If you are configuring a stand-alone network, this parameter can be omitted.

DNS suffixes

DNS suffix for this connection Register this connection’s addresses in DNS

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If you are connecting to an existing network. In addition. this parameter can be omitted. NetBIOS over TCP/IP Domain or Workgroup Guidelines for Dual Network Configuration Dual network configuration is more complicated than single network configuration. Configure the network Property Use this connection’s DNS suffix in DNS registration WINS addresses Description Request your Network Administrator for this information. if you use domains. as there are two data paths (networks) through which a Station can connect to the server running as primary. HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 51 . Post installation tasks 4. you require a user account and password with appropriate privileges to add computers to a domain. Request your Network Administrator if you need to enable or disable NetBIOS over TCP/IP. If you are configuring a stand-alone network. If Station is unable to connect to the backup server through the first network. the Station attempts to connect to the backup server through the same network. Your company may have one or more WINS.4. Station attempts to connect to the backup server through the second network. request your Network Administrator to identify the workgroup or domain name. The name must be identical for all computers on the network. If Station is unable to connect to the primary server through the second network. Enable LMHOSTS lookup Request your Network Administrator if you need to maintain an LMHOSTS file.4. In dual network configuration when Station connection to the primary server is lost (or the primary server fails). If you have a stand-alone network. Station attempts to reconnect to the primary server through the second network. specify a workgroup with a name such as “EXPHS”. If you are configuring a stand-alone network. this parameter can be omitted. This way both servers and both networks are tested by Station in an attempt to make a valid connection. Request your Network Administrator for the IP address of the Windows Internet Name Service (WINS). This file maps NetBIOS names (commonly used for computer names) to IP addresses.

you need to ensure that Station can access displays by: • Ensuring your TCP/IP settings you have selected enables DNS for Windows Resolution (Windows NT only). If it fails to connect to hsservb. If it fails to connect to hsserva.stn) hsservb.stn) • • • When Station starts.stn). it connects to hsservb (through the same network). In addition to specifying the auxiliary files. Configure the network In this case.stn which connects to hsservb1 through the second network (and has auxiliary setup file default.stn which connects to hsservb0 through the first network (and has auxiliary setup file hsserva1.stn which connects to hsserva1 through the second network (and has auxiliary setup file hsservb1. Post installation tasks 4. it attempts to reconnect to hsserva (through the second network. it attempts to reconnect to hsservb (through the second network hsservb1).4. Creating the network connections on the computer on which the Station is running. If it fails to connect to hsservb. Ensuring the host files include the host server names. four Station setup files are required: • default.stn which connects to hsserva0 through the first network (and has auxiliary setup file hsservb. The relevant network paths are added to the Displays tab in the Connection Properties dialog box for all the required . hsserva1).stn files. If hsserva fails (or connection to hsserva is lost).stn) hsserva1.4. it then attempts its initial connection (hsserva through the first network) again. it connects to hsserva (as configured in default. • • • 52 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 .stn) hsservb1.

Subnet Mask Default Gateway Preferred DNS server Alternate DNS server HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 53 . Otherwise. This number can be between 1 and 254.255. If you are configuring a stand-alone network. Post installation tasks 4. If you have an existing network. your Network Administrator provides this.0. If you are configuring a stand-alone network.255. specify 255. this parameter can be omitted.0. If the computer is connected to a standalone network. Request your Network Administrator for this information.x. this is provided by your Network Administrator.4. this parameter can be omitted. specify like 200.0. Request your Network Administrator for this information. Otherwise. you must specify values for both adapters. Tab General Property IP Address Description If you have an existing network. where x is a unique number for each network adapter (and usually each host) on the network. Configure the network Description of the TCP/IP Properties The tabs and properties that correspond to the Microsoft TCP/IP Properties dialog box. your Network Administrator provides this.4. leave this blank. Note: If you have a dual network system. If you have an existing network.

If you are configuring a stand-alone network. Request your Network Administrator for this information. Request your Network Administrator for this information. If you are configuring a stand-alone network. If you are configuring a stand-alone network. Request your Network Administrator for this information. Request your Network Administrator for this information. this parameter can be omitted. this parameter can be omitted. Request your Network Administrator for this information. this parameter can be omitted.4. DNS DNS server addresses. Request your Network Administrator for this information. Request your Network Administrator for this information. If you are configuring a stand-alone network. If you are configuring a stand-alone network. If you are configuring a stand-alone network. this parameter can be omitted. this parameter can be omitted. this parameter can be omitted. If you are configuring a stand-alone network. Post installation tasks 4.4. Configure the network Tab IP Settings Property Interface metric Description Request your Network Administrator for this information. in order of use Append primary and connection specific DNS suffixes Append parent suffixes of the primary DNS suffix Append these DNS suffixes (in order) DNS suffix for this connection Register this connection's addresses in DNS Use this connection's DNS suffix in DNS registration 54 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . If you are configuring a stand-alone network. this parameter can be omitted. this parameter can be omitted.

Post installation tasks 4. If you are configuring a stand-alone network. Configure the network Tab WINS Property Description Request your Network Administrator for this information. this parameter can be omitted. Request your Network Administrator for this information.4. If you are configuring a stand-alone network.4. Options HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 55 . this parameter can be omitted.

5. Setting up time hierarchies without external sources or with unreliable external sources result in the clients validating and invalidating the time source. If you are working in a domain topology. It is used to configure NTP as a time solution for Experion on Microsoft's Windows Operating System. NTPConfg will fail if you are not using the specified Operating System. This can occur in both workgroup and domain topology. Prerequisites for running NTPConfg utility • • Configure the time zone settings for the clients and NTP servers. • General guidelines for using NTPConfg utility Following are the general guidelines that you should follow when using NTPConfg to set up the time synchronization for your system: • • Always start implementing a topology by first setting up the NTP servers. Set up time synchronization 4. the local CMOS time is used. refer to the “Time synchronization” section in the Server and Client Planning Guide. For example. In this situation. ensure that network browsing and other functions do not experience any delays. make sure that your nodes have been added to the domain. Note that NTPConfg hides functionality that is not common or functionality that can create problems in proper NTP solutions. NTP servers provided by networking devices cannot be used to provide time to the Windows Operating System.4. It is therefore recommended that you do not attempt to override or apply your own NTP solution. Post installation tasks 4. (These types of NTP servers only send out packet types Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 • • 56 . About NTP Configuration (NTPConfg) utility NTPConfg is a custom Honeywell application for configuring time synchronization in Experion systems.5 Set up time synchronization The following sections describe setting up time synchronization for: • • • Workgroups without an external time source Workgroups with an external time source Domains Before configuring the NTP setup and time synchronization. Verify that there are no networking issues. Windows 7 Professional Edition (32-bit) English version.

If your time hierarchy was originally in a workgroup topology and you have changed to a domain topology. you must run NTPConfg utility again. Set up time synchronization marked as Symmetric Passive.) Integrated external NTP server devices must be able to provide time to the Windows Operating System using NTP packet types marked as Server or Symmetric Active. Post installation tasks 4.5. ATTENTION If you reinstall the Operating System on any of your nodes.4. you must set up your time hierarchy using the procedure in the section NTP adjustment on a workgroup system that was recently added to a domain. HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 57 .

exe. The User Account Control dialog box appears. Post installation tasks 4.exe. 58 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . If you use a computer name. DNS. The User Account Control dialog box appears. it must resolve to an IP address using Host. Setting up the secondary NTP server This section describes setting up your secondary Experion server as your secondary NTP server in your time hierarchy.5. Prerequisites • You need to know the IP address or computer name of the authoritative root server. Several dialog boxes appear while the configuration is applied. browse to C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Experion PKS\Utilities\NTP setup and double-click ntpconfg. Step 1 Action Using Windows Explorer. The NTP Server Configuration dialog box appears. 4 Click Exit. 2 Click Yes. No input is required. Set up time synchronization Setting up time synchronization in a workgroup without an external time source Setting up the authoritative root server Perform the following steps to set up your primary Experion server as the authoritative root server in your time hierarchy.4. Perform the following steps to set up your secondary NTP server. 3 Click Setup Authoritative Root Server. Step 1 Action Using Windows Explorer. browse to C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Experion PKS\Utilities\NTP setup and double-click ntpconfg. or other resolution service.

3 Click Setup Secondary Server.exe. The NTP Server Information dialog box appears.5. Step 1 Action Using Windows Explorer.4. Set up time synchronization Step 2 Click Yes. Setting up NTP clients in a workgroup without an external time source This section describes how to set up NTP clients on Flex Stations. 4 5 In the First NTP Server box. DNS. If you use a computer name. Prerequisites • You need to know the IP address or computer name of the authoritative root server and the secondary server. type the IP address or computer name of the authoritative root server. Post installation tasks 4. or other resolution service. The NTP Server Configuration dialog box appears. Click Exit. Click OK. it must resolve to an IP address using Host. type the IP address or computer name of the authoritative root server. Action The NTP Server Configuration dialog box appears. The User Account Control dialog box appears. The NTP Server Information dialog box appears. 3 Click Change/Configure Client. In the Second NTP server box. Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 59 HS R400 January 2011 . browse to C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Experion PKS\Utilities\NTP setup and double-click ntpconfg. 2 Click Yes. type the IP address or computer name of the secondary server. 4 5 6 In the Up-Stream Time Source box.

The NTP Server Information dialog box appears. it must resolve to an IP address using Host. Perform the following steps to set up the first NTP server. Click Exit. Action Setting up time synchronization in a workgroup with an external time source This section describes the procedures to set up time synchronization in a workgroup with an external time source. Click OK. Post installation tasks 4. type the IP address or computer name of the external time source.5. 2 Click Yes. Click Exit. Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . Step 1 Action Using Windows Explorer. The User Account Control dialog box appears. Setting up the first NTP server in a workgroup with an external time source This section describes setting up your primary Experion server as an NTP server that receives time from an external source. Set up time synchronization Step 6 7 Click OK. Prerequisites • You need to know the IP address or computer name of the external time source. or other resolution service.4. 3 Click Setup Secondary Server. The NTP Server Configuration dialog box appears. DNS. browse to C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Experion PKS\Utilities\NTP setup and double-click ntpconfg.exe. 4 5 6 7 60 In the Upstream Time Source box. If you use a computer name. Select Check here to connect to the NTP server as a client check box.

it must resolve to an IP address using Host. The NTP Server Configuration dialog box appears. If you use a computer name. 2 Click Yes. Setting up NTP clients in a workgroup with an external time source This section describes how to set up NTP clients on Flex Stations. The NTP Server Information dialog box appears.exe. Post installation tasks 4. Select Check here to connect to the NTP server as a client check box. Set up time synchronization Setting up the second NTP server in a workgroup with an external time source This section describes setting up your secondary Experion server as an NTP server that receives time from an external source. Click OK. 3 Click Setup Secondary Server. Prerequisites • You need to know the IP address or computer name of the first NTP server. These clients receive time from the Experion servers that have been set up as NTP servers. The User Account Control dialog box appears. 4 5 6 7 In the Upstream Time Source box. Click Exit. Perform the following steps to set up the second NTP server. HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 61 .5. Step 1 Action Using Windows Explorer. browse to C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Experion PKS\Utilities\NTP setup and double-click ntpconfg. or other resolution service.4. DNS. type the IP address or computer name of the first NTP server.

type the IP address or computer name of the secondary server. Set up time synchronization Prerequisites • You need to know the IP address or computer name of the first NTP server and the second NTP server.4. type the IP address or computer name of the first NTP server. browse to C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Experion PKS\Utilities\NTP setup and double-click ntpconfg. 2 Click Yes. In the Second NTP server box. Post installation tasks 4. Click OK. Step 1 Action Using Windows Explorer. If you use a computer name. Click Exit. The User Account Control dialog box appears. it must resolve to an IP address using Host. or other resolution service. Perform the following steps to set up NTP clients. 3 Click Change/Configure Client.exe. The NTP Server Configuration dialog box appears. 62 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . 4 5 6 7 In the First NTP Server box.5. DNS. The NTP Server Information dialog box appears.

Prerequisites • You have added your Experion nodes to the domain. 2 Click Yes. Setting up the first NTP server in a Windows domain The first NTP server is your primary Experion server. 3 Click Setup Secondary Server.5.exe. The NTP Server Information dialog box appears. Post installation tasks 4. The NTP Server Configuration dialog box appears. The User Account Control dialog box appears. It receives time from the domain controller. 4 Click Exit.4. To set up the first NTP server. the Windows domain controller serves time to the Experion servers. HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 63 . Set up time synchronization Setting up time synchronization in a Windows domain In the time hierarchy in a domain topology. but they receive time from the domain controller rather than the Experion servers. which you set up as NTP servers. perform the following steps. Step 1 Action Using Windows Explorer. browse to C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Experion PKS\Utilities\NTP setup and double-click ntpconfg. The NTP servers that serve time to the Flex Stations are set up as NTP clients.

The NTP Server Configuration dialog box appears. 2 Click Yes. Setting up NTP clients in a Windows domain This section describes how to set up NTP clients that is Flex Stations.exe. The User Account Control dialog box appears. 4 Click Exit. The NTP Server Information dialog box appears. 4 Click Exit. Step 1 Action Using Windows Explorer.exe. Step 1 Action Using Windows Explorer. 3 Click Change/Configure Client. The User Account Control dialog box appears. 64 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . Set up time synchronization Setting up the second NTP server in a Windows domain The second NTP server is your secondary Experion server. It receives time from the domain controller. browse to C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Experion PKS\Utilities\NTP setup and double-click ntpconfg. 3 Click Setup Secondary Server. 2 Click Yes. browse to C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Experion PKS\Utilities\NTP setup and double-click ntpconfg. Perform the following steps to set up the second NTP server.4. The NTP Server Information dialog box appears.5. Post installation tasks 4. The NTP Server Configuration dialog box appears. Perform the following steps to set up NTP clients.

After several dialog boxes appear.5. 2 Click Yes. you need to run the NTPConfg application to reset the time synchronization to operate correctly in a domain environment. Post installation tasks 4. The User Account Control dialog box appears. browse to C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Experion PKS\Utilities\NTP setup and double-click ntpconfg. Click Exit. the NTP client configuration methods should be NT5DS. The User Account Control dialog box appears.exe. Perform the following steps to adjust an NTP server. Even if you have existing NTP settings. Adjusting NTP clients This section describes how to set up an NTP client that was previously in a workgroup that is presently added to a domain.exe.4. 2 HS R400 January 2011 Click Yes. The NTP Server Configuration dialog box appears. Adjusting NTP servers This section describes how to set up an NTP server that was previously in a workgroup that is presently added to a domain. 4 5 6 Select Disable All NTP Configuration. Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 65 . Set up time synchronization NTP adjustment on a workgroup system that was recently added to a domain Adding a system to a domain. 3 Click Change/Configure Client. Click Setup Secondary Server. browse to C:\Program Files\Honeywell Experion PKS\Utilities\NTP setup and double-click ntpconfg. Step 1 Action Using Windows Explorer. changes the way time synchronization is used. Step 1 Action Using Windows Explorer.

5. After several dialog boxes appear. 5 Click Exit. the NTP client configuration methods should be NT5DS. Click Change/Configure Client. 3 4 Select Disable All NTP Configuration.4. Set up time synchronization Step Action The NTP Server Configuration dialog box appears. 66 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . Post installation tasks 4.

The Welcome to Knowledge Builder Installer dialog box appears. you are prompted to install Windows Desktop Search utility. Double-click Setup.5. 2 3 Open the Knowledge Builder folder.1 Download and install Microsoft updates Refer to the Experion HS Release Notes for information on downloading and installing the Microsoft updates. The Knowledge Builder Installation – Copyright dialog box appears. Step 1 HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 67 .exe. The User Account Control dialog box appears. 5 Click Next. 4 Click Yes. You must Run/Save the Windows Desktop Search on a Windows 7 system. Supplementary tasks 5.3 Windows Search 4. The Knowledge Builder DVD drive window appears. 5. Action Insert the Experion Knowledge Builder DVD. During the Knowledge Builder installation.0 ATTENTION • • The setup installs DotNet and Adobe Reader if it is not installed previously in the system.2 Install Knowledge Builder on a standalone computer • • • Prerequisites DotNet 3.0 Adobe Reader 9.

displaying the current installation status of the knowledge builder. Supplementary tasks 5. Double-click the Knowledge Builder icon on the Windows desktop.5. The Knowledge Builder Installation – Bookset Selection dialog box appears. Action The Knowledge Builder Installation . The Knowledge Builder –Server selection dialog box appears. After the installation is complete. 12 13 Click Finish. 8 In the Install column. Or Choose Start > All Programs > Honeywell Experion PKS > Knowledge Builder Tools > Knowledge Builder. 10 Click Next. the InstallShield Wizard Complete dialog box appears. select the Experion HS R400 bookset and click Next. The Knowledge Builder Installation – MNGR Password dialog box appears. 7 Click Full Install and click Next. The Knowledge Builder Installation – Start Copy dialog box appears. 9 Type the password in the MNGR Password and Confirm MNGR Password fields.2. 68 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . Install Knowledge Builder on a standalone computer Step 6 Click Yes. 11 Click Next.Installation Type dialog box appears.

click the Change settings. Click the Computer Name tab. 3 Under Computer name.3 Configure Experion HS in a domain (Optional) ATTENTION • • This procedure is applicable for adding a computer to Windows 2008 Server domain controller. 4 5 6 Click Continue. Click Change. The System Properties dialog box appears. The User Account Control dialog box appears. HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 69 . For more information. domain and workgroup settings. Configure Experion HS in a domain (Optional) 5. and then type the name of the domain. Supplementary tasks 5. Action Log on to the Computer. Adding a computer to a domain Step 1 2 ATTENTION Do not change the Experion server computer name after the software installation.com/kb/555381.microsoft.3. 7 Click Domain. right-click Computer and click Properties. refer to http://support. If the domain controller is Windows Server 2008 or later. The Computer Name Changes dialog box appears. From the Start menu.5. ensure to turn off Windows firewall before adding the nodes to the domain.

browse to the \Packages\DCSecurity folder and double-click Honeywell security model – domain controller.vbs script Perform the following steps. 10 Click OK. create the domain groups and user accounts on the domain server then add the domain groups to the Local Operators and Local Engineers security groups on the Experion HS server and client computers. 70 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . Supplementary tasks 5.5.msi. The system prompts you to restart. Configure Experion HS in a domain (Optional) Step 8 Click OK. Using Windows Explorer. Step Action Perform steps 1 through 4 only in the domain controller 1 2 3 Insert the Experion installation media in the disk drive of the domain controller node. in which Experion High Security Policy is installed. ATTENTION If you wish to use domain accounts when using Experion HS. The InstallShield Wizard Completed dialog box appears. 9 Type the User name and Password of the user account that has enough privileges to join a Computer to the domain.3. if the server is member of a domain. Run LinkDomainGroups. 11 Click OK in the message box. Action The Computer Name Changes dialog box appears. Follow the instructions on-screen to proceed with the installation. Wait until you receive a message welcoming you to the domain. TIP This user account is typically a member of the Domain Admins user group in the domain controller.

type the following command and press Enter. Configure Experion HS in a domain (Optional) Step 4 Click Finish.3. Action Perform steps 5 through 8 in the Experion nodes that are added to the domain 5 Choose Start > All Programs > Accessories and right-click Command Prompt and click Run as an Administrator. The UAC dialog box appears. cd C:\Program Files\Honeywell\WkStaSecurity The Command prompt displays the following path: C:\Program Files\Honeywell\WkStaSecurity 8 To link the domain groups. Supplementary tasks 5. HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 71 . The Command Prompt appears. 6 Click Continue.vbs 9 Click OK in the confirmation dialog box and follow the instructions on-screen to complete the configuration.5. 7 Type the following and press Enter. LinkDomainGroups.

4 Configure Distributed System Architecture (DSA) in Experion HS The following are the considerations for configuring DSA between Experion HS R400 and Experion PKS server. Experion HS R311 can communicate only with Experion PKS R301. R311.4. 72 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . Supplementary tasks 5.3. Experion HS server must be added as an external server in Experion server. Configure Distributed System Architecture (DSA) in Experion HS 5. R310. and R400 releases.2.5. • • • Experion HS server must be configured only to publish data to Experion server.

Click Add…. Select Also exclude subfolders check box. Protect against viruses 5.exe. Clear Enable ScriptScan check box and click Apply. and click the Exclusions tab. as well as lead to memory leaks.5.6 Backup and Restore For information on backup and restore. and click the ScriptScan tab.5. Supplementary tasks 5. This functionality can slow display call-up. Step 1 2 Action Right-click the McAfee icon in the notification area. C:\ProgramData\Honeywell and the subdirectories from the virus scan. for a list of antivirus programs qualified by Honeywell. Click Browse… and browse to the C:\ProgramData\Honeywell directory. 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 In the User Account Control dialog box. and click OK to close the dialog boxes. Double-click On-Access Scanner. Configuring antivirus software guidelines Configure the antivirus software to exclude the directory. Click VirusScan Console.5 Protect against viruses Antivirus software must be installed on all the Experion HS systems. and click OK. Click Default Processes in the left pane. If the VirusScan console is not available in the notification area. refer to the Experion Backup and Restore guide. Refer to the Software requirements section. Click Exclusions…. 5. HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 73 . then browse to C:\Program Files\McAfee\VirusScan Enterprise and run shcfg32. Configuring McAfee VirusScan McAfee VirusScan has the capability to scan scripts in HMIWeb displays. click Yes.

click the required mode and wait for the server state to change. 2 Click Yes. This operation may take several minutes to complete. To stop the server application. There are three shutdown modes available in full mode: Database Unloaded. click System Running and wait for the server state to change. Database Only and Database & Daemons. Step 1 Action Choose Start > All Programs > Honeywell Experion PKS > Server > StartStop Experion PKS Server. The Experion PKS Server dialog box is displayed. This operation may take several minutes to complete. and choose Advanced > Full mode. click the icon on the upper left of the title bar. Start and stop the server 5.5. The User Account Control dialog box appears.7. To start the server application. 74 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . Mode Simple Full 3 4 If the Experion PKS Server dialog box appears in simple mode. Supplementary tasks 5.7 Start and stop the server ATTENTION The process must be controlled to a safe state before stopping the Experion HS server.

8 Change the server configuration ATTENTION Changes to the server configuration require a server shutdown. For the changes to take effect. fast history interval. or printer settings. Start and stop the server.9 Reinstall Operating System If there is a need to reinstall the Operating System in any of the nodes. Step 1 2 3 4 Action Log on as a user with administrator privileges. HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 75 . 5. ensure the following: • • Administrator account is disabled User Account Control (UAC) is enabled. Before you start the installation.8. Click Yes in the User Account Control dialog box. you need to unload the server database. To change the server data paths. Change the server configuration 5. click View License. Choose Start > All Programs > Honeywell Experion PKS > Server > Experion PKS Server Configuration Panel. Supplementary tasks 5. and then return the server to the system running state. To view or change the license details. refer to the OEM documentation and install the Operating System using the OEM media. click Edit. refer to the section.5.

Supplementary tasks 5.5.9. Reinstall Operating System 76 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 .

If My Documents folder opens. • Select the name of the ESIS repository you want to upgrade and click Upgrading an existing ESIS repository Step 1 Next. Action Using Start menu. Click Next. b) c) 5 In the Select Media page. The Status Display page appears. the Description is updated to ESIS Repository [<Name>] created successfully at <Destination Location>. Ensure that you enable On-Access Scan for your antivirus program after you have upgraded the ESIS. Click Next. The Welcome to ESIS page of ESIS Preparation Utility appears. close it. 6 After the upgrade is complete. select the check boxes against the names of the media to select the media for ESIS repository creation and click Start. browse to the ESIS folder and double-click ESISPrepUtil.1 Maintain an ESIS repository ATTENTION • • You must disable On-Access Scan for your antivirus program prior to updating the ESIS setup. 2 3 4 Click Upgrade Existing ESIS Repository. Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 77 HS R400 January 2011 . Click Browse to select the location of the ESIS repository. Maintenance and troubleshooting 6.6. OR a) Click the option Select to browse to an ESIS Repository not listed above to upgrade an ESIS repository that is not listed and that is residing on an external USB hard drive. In the ESIS Repository Selection dialog box.

1. 78 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . Click Next. The Welcome to ESIS page of ESIS Preparation Utility appears. 7 8 After the restart is complete.6. the Description is updated to “ESIS Repository [<Name>] resumed successfully at <Destination Location>. 2 3 Click Remove Existing ESIS Repository. close it. Click Next. The Welcome to ESIS page of ESIS Preparation Utility appears. select the name of the ESIS repository you want to restart/resume. Maintain an ESIS repository Step 7 Click Finish. browse to the ESIS folder and double-click ESISPrepUtil.” Click Finish. If My Documents folder opens. Click Next. Maintenance and troubleshooting 6. select the check boxes against the names of the media to select the media for ESIS repository creation and click Start. Action Restarting a failed ESIS repository creation Step 1 Action Using the Start menu. In the ESIS Repository Selection dialog box. The Status Display page appears. 2 3 4 5 6 Click Resume a Failed ESIS Repository Creation. In the Select Media page. browse to the ESIS folder and double-click ESISPrepUtil. Removing an existing ESIS repository Step 1 Action Using the Start menu.

close it. Maintenance and troubleshooting 6. 5 6 After deleting the ESIS repository. HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 79 . If My Documents folder opens.6. The Status Display page appears. the Description is updated to “ESIS Repository [<Name>] deleted successfully.” Click Finish. Maintain an ESIS repository Step 4 Action In the Select Media page.1. select the check boxes against the names of the media to select the media for ESIS repository creation and click Start.

System tuning and troubleshooting 6. refer to the MasterLogic Server Integration User’s Guide. For MLServer interface troubleshooting information. refer to the Experion System Administration Guide.2. 80 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 .6. Maintenance and troubleshooting 6.2 System tuning and troubleshooting REFERENCE – INTERNAL • • For system tuning and troubleshooting information.

go to step 2.exe in the root directory of the installation media. then close all the Explorer windows and click Next. and resume installation. 2 Right-click My Computer and select Disconnect Network Drives. log off. In the list. you must log on with HPSInstall account for which the password is the password of mngr account. HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 81 . If an error occurs where a step in the installation fails to install on any node type perform the following: Step 1 2 3 4 5 Action Click OK to acknowledge the error. restart and log on to the computer using HPSInstall account.3 Troubleshoot Experion installation failure ATTENTION If you want to log on to Windows manually during Experion installation. If the fix requires the user to restart the computer. go to step 3. Troubleshoot Experion installation failure 6. perform the following steps. Click Yes to cancel the remaining installs. go to step 4. Fix the issue that resulted in the failure of installation. Restart the setup. Step 1 Action If any of the Explorer windows having the ESIS UNC path is open. If the error still appears. If this does not work. If an error occurs that multiple users cannot be connected to the same network share.3. Click Next. select the ESIS server if present and click OK to disconnect. Maintenance and troubleshooting 6.6. and start the installation. 3 Cancel the installation. log on. If this does not work.

3.6. Choose Advanced tab > Manage Passwords. Troubleshoot Experion installation failure Step 4 a) b) c) Action Choose Start > Run and type control userpasswords2”. 82 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell HS R400 January 2011 . Maintenance and troubleshooting 6. Select the UNC path and select Remove. Restart your system and start the installation. Press ENTER.

Troubleshoot Experion installation failure HS R400 January 2011 Experion HS Software Installation User's Guide Honeywell 83 .3.6. Maintenance and troubleshooting 6.

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