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  1. QMetry Installation is supported on Windows 10
  2. Two Windows Servers are required: One for QMetry Application and the other for QMetry Reporting.
  3. Google Chrome browser needs to be installed on the server where QMetry App is being installed on the below location.
    • C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application
  4. Visual C++ 2013 should be installed in server (Visual C++ Redistributable Packages for Visual Studio 2013). Go to Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features, to verify if it is installed.
    • It can be downloaded from this link if required.
  5. Ports 80/443 should free on Windows Server and not in use by other applications or programs.
  6. Ensure internet connectivity is enabled on both the machines for successful download of dependencies.
  7. Application and Report servers should be in the same network. Report Server should be able to communicate with Application Server over 80/443 and Database Server 3306/DB Port. Ports 8080 and 3306 should be enabled/open on Reports Server to allow connections from QMetry application server.
  8. Ensure command prompt can be run as administrator user, before starting the install on both QMetry and Report servers.
    • Start > type 'cmd' and check for the "Run as administrator" option.
  9. We recommend allocating enough space on the server to ensure QMetry has space to save your data.
    • Data of QMetry database is saved under : C:\Program Files\mysql-5.7.29-winx64\data
    • Data of QMetry attachments added is saved in the directory chosen at the time of the installation OR C:\attachments, if left unchanged. 
  10. Get the following files : QMetry-Windows-Install.zipQMetry-Windows-Report-Installer.zip and license.key
  11. Post installation QMetry Application and QMetry Report both should be configured either on https or http.
  12. If you are planning Jira integration with QMetry and Jira is running on https, make sure your QMetry is also running over https protocol. QMetry and Jira should run on the same protocol.
  13. Following Ports should be open:

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