Installation Guide

Installation Guide

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The Forecast 5 Installation Guide is available to assist all with installing Forecast 5.
Note: The installation guide refers to SQL Express 2017 but the process will be the same for newer versions of SQL Express.


Contents

About Forecast 5       page 3
Installation Guide       page 4
INSTALLATION CHECKLIST       page 4
INSTALLING FORECAST 5       page 4
SQL SERVER 2017 INSTALLATION       page 9
ENABLING TCP/IP AND NAMED PIPES PROTOCOLS OF SQL SERVER.       page 12
CONNECTING TO AN EXISTING SQL SERVER       page 14
LICENSING       page 16
SQL SCRIPTS TO ADD USERS WITHOUT ADMINISTRATOR RIGHTS       page 17
Knowledge Base Articles       page 17





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