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Configure Theopenem

Each step below must be completed and in this order unless "optional" is specified next to it.

The Toems-UI has built-in help for most of the pages. If you need additional clarification on something on one of the pages, click the Orange Info Button in the top right corner.

1. Login To Toems
  • Toems should be accessible from any device on your network by entering the server's ip in your web browser.
  • Ex: http://192.168.56.100
  • The default admin username and password is toemsadmin for both fields.

2. Change Admin Password (This must be done first or some functions of Theopenem will not work.)
  • Select Users from the Navigation Menu
  • Select View on toemsadmin
  • Update the User Password and Confirm Password fields
  • Select Actions then Update User
  • Click Logout from the Navigation Menu
  • Log in with the new password

3. Set Organization Name
  • Select Admin Settings from the Navigation menu
  • Select Server from the Sub Navigation menu
  • Fill in the name of your organization in the Organization field
  • Click Actions, click Update Server Settings

4. Set the Storage Location
  • Select Admin Settings from the Navigation Menu
  • Select Storage Location from the Sub Navigation Menu
  • Set the Storage Type to Local
  • Enter the local storage path that you specified during the installation of Theopenem.
  • Click Actions, click Update Storage Settings

5. Create A Com Server
  • Select Admin Settings from the Navigation menu
  • Select Client Com Servers from the Sub Navigation menu
  • Select Add Com Server from the Sub Navigation menu
  • Give the com server a name, every Toec-API application is considered a com server, the name should be something that identifies the server it’s on, such as theopenem-01_com1
  • The URL is the URL for the Toec-API on this server, using it’s ip address, followed by port 8888 such as, http://192.168.56.100:8888/
  • The Local Storage Path should already be populated.
  • Click Actions, click Add Server
  • You should now see a new set of options in the sub menu, select Imaging Settings
  • Enter the ip address of this server in the upload interface address, should be the same ip you used in the url
  • Select Actions, then Update Server
  • Select multicast settings, enter the same ip in the interface ip address
  • Select Actions, then Update Server
  • Select tftp settings, enter the same ip in the interface ip address
  • Select Actions, then Update Server

6. Set The Default Com Server Cluster
  • Select Admin Settings from the Navigation menu
  • Select Client Com Servers from the Sub Navigation menu
  • Select Add Com Server Cluster
  • Give the cluster a name, such as Central
  • Enable the Default Cluster Option
  • Check the box next to your Com Server you created earlier, leaving all other options to default values
  • Click Actions, click Add Cluster

7. Set Provision Key And Imaging Token
  • Select Admin Settings from the Navigation menu
  • Select Security from the Sub Navigation menu
  • Click Actions, Click Generate Provision Key
  • Click Actions, Click Generate Imaging Token
  • Click Actions, Click Update Security Settings

8. Generate Certificates
  • Select Admin Settings from the Navigation Menu
  • Select Certificates from the Sub Navigation Menu
  • Click Actions, click Generate Certificates

  • Select E-mail from the Sub Navigation menu
  • Enable the Mail Enabled option
  • Fill out the form with you SMTP server settings
  • Click Actions, click Update E-mail Settings

  • Select Admin Settings from the Navigation menu
  • Select Security from Sub Navigation menu
  • Enable LDAP Integration
  • Click Actions, click Update Security Settings
  • Select Admin Settings from the Navigation menu
  • Select LDAP from the Sub Navigation menu
  • Fill in the form with your LDAP specifications
  • Click Actions, click Update LDAP settings
  • Click Actions, Test AD Bind, to verify settings are correct