1. Royal Server Setup
2. Royal TS (for Windows) Setup – Management Endpoint
Adding a Management Endpoint via context menu
Adding a Management Endpoint via ribbon
Add a new object to your document
New management Endpoint configuration
Previously, we configured Royal Server to require SSL – make sure, you tick the “Use SSL” checkbox in Royal TS. And – since our Royal Server installation also requires authentication – we need to specify a Credential in Royal TS – this account has to be added to the “Royal Server Users” group on the server, where Royal Server is installed. Otherwise, you’ll get an “Access denied” error.
3. Royal TS (for Windows) Setup – Windows Services View
Specify the 30 web servers in the Computer Name field. You can either just write the servers separated by a semicolon, or click the “…” button to the right and get an editor which is a bit more convenient – e.g. it offers using the Windows Network Browser.
Make sure your Windows Services View is referencing the previously created Management Endpoint (click on Management Endpoint on the left navigation):
- Enable-PSRemoting (execute this PowerShell commandlet in an elevated PowerShell)
- If the Windows Firewall is enabled, enable the following Firewall Rules: “Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI-In)” and “Windows Management Instrumentation (DCOM-In)”