Please describe again exactly what you want to achieve and what is the Problem?
you install what exactly via midtier?
you want to configure licenses?
you want to configure some ar server details?
or you want to install a system?
Hi, Stefan. I need client access to the Server Information form so that I can disable escalations for Atrium installations and register my ARsystem Licenses with the new license keys. Those are the two primary needs.
The problem is that my anti-virus has all ports shutdown. I cannot access the application over the network any of Remedy Clients, buut I do not think that the midtier or user tool are options from the application server, as the localhost functionality is also disabled.
you could try to install the Mid-Tier on the application server, as it is a named server the "localhost" issue should not be a problem (should, by may be) as you will access Tomcat via the Server Name and can reference the application server name.
You will require the Mid-Tier on the later versions to license the server, the User Tool does not display the options correctly.
For the record, I've had the 7.x user tool installed on a windows server connecting to 127.0.0.1 with no problems, but that was a long time ago.
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To answer #1 , yes I have installed both Tomcat/Mid Tier on my on local machine as well as User Tool in the past.
Having your own private MT can be a nice work around to some restrictions or scenarios where you need to development work but cannot access and/or flush cache in the main Mid Tier(s). Or it can be a nice way to test out a different version of MT without messing with the stability of the MT server(s).
Of course you may end up with other policy violations by installing unauthorized software on your desktop/laptop so make sure you are not going to get in trouble with your organization.