Before UiPath Process Mining can be installed, the server needs to be prepared, i.e., all roles and prerequisites need to be installed. From this point onward, the installation package of UiPath Process Mining is needed.
Follow these steps to modify prepare Windows Server for the installation of UiPath Process Mining.
Login on the server and open the Server Manager.
In the Manage menu, click on Add Roles and Features.
Click through the wizard and keep the default settings.
From the install directory in the installation package, install the following packages:
Reboot the server, and verify that http://localhost shows an IIS test site.
IIS is enabled in Windows Server, and the prerequisites are installed. http://localhost shows the IIS test site.
See illustration below.
While it is possible to have multiple installations on the same server, it is recommended to have only one installation on a server. This way you can ensure that a customer cannot access the data of another customer.
In this document, the situation where you have one installation of UiPath Process Mining on the server, is explained.
Follow these steps to install UiPath Process Mining on the server.
Run the following batch file:
Copy the file
Copy the directory
In the Group or user names list, select IIS_IUSRS.
Open Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
In the rest of this document, we will refer to this as IIS Manager.
In IIS Manager, select your server.
In this list select Handler Mappings.
In IIS Manager, select your server again, and in the panel on the right, click on Restart.
In IIS Manager, right click on Sites and click on Add Website….
In IIS Manager, click on Application Pools.
In the panel on the right, click on Recycling….
Other times will also do, but keep in mind that all users that are logged in, will be logged out at that time.
UiPath Process Mining is installed. It can be accessed locally at http://localhost:8080/?page=superadmin.
A login screen is displayed where you can log in with the default username
sa and default password
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