PMDF Installation Guide
1.6 Post-Installation Tasks for New Sites
The following is a list of tasks which must be completed following a
new installation of PMDF.
- Create PMDF's site-specific configuration files using the automatic
configuration generation utility; see Chapter 3 and Chapter 5. If
you did not choose to configure PMDF-MTA during your PMDF-MTA
installation, then to configure PMDF-MTA later you may issue the
and then point your web browser (Netscape version 3.0 or later, or
Refer to Chapter 3 and Chapter 5 for information, step-by-step
procedures, and an example configuration.
- Once you have generated an initial configuration, you should take
whatever additional steps may be required to complete the configuration
of PMDF. The automatic configuration generator produces a checklist
which details any additional steps required to complete the
configuration of PMDF. Make sure to look over this checklist file. Note
pmdf edit utility may be convenient to use when
editing PMDF files; it is a Notepad-like application, geared towards
editing PMDF configuration files.
- If you did not do so before installing PMDF, ensure that the
Windows Task Scheduler is running automatically; see Section 1.2.
- If you will not be rebooting your system, then you should manually
start up the PMDF Dispatcher and Job Controller at this time. You may
either do this from the Control Panel---go to the Services icon and
find the Dispatcher and Job Controller and start them---or you may
start up the PMDF Dispatcher and Job Controller at the command line
using the command: