Install i-doit for Windows Server#
How to install i-doit on Windows operating system is described in this article.
The i-doit installation package for Windows is provided in the Customer Portal.
The contents of the package are as follows:
- i-doit Windows Installer.exe
The installation package will always include the latest i-doit version. Also the
src.zip folder allows for an installation without internet connection.
Since the i-doit Windows installer requires windowsdesktop-runtime-6.0.14, this is also provided in case there is no internet connection available.
After running the
i-doit Windows Installer.exe you will see the following GUI:
After clicking Install, all the required items will be installed in the background.
The following will be installed:
- Apache 2.4
- PHP 8.0
- MariaDB 10.5
If the Windows Firewall is activated, you will be asked if want to trust the application
If the installation was successful, a small window with the message "i-doit has been installed successfully." will display.
After clicking OK a new browser tab with the
localhost URL will be opened automatically and you can use i-doit to the full extent.
If an error occurred during the installation, a log file is automatically created in the i-doit folder
To configure PHP, MariaDB or Apache, you can find the respective config files in the following directories:
The following credentials are set by the installer.
|i-doit Admin Center||-||admin|
For i-doit Login credentials see here.
To uninstall i-doit, the Apache2 service must be stopped first.
For this we enter the following command in the command prompt:
Once the Apache2 service is stopped, Apache2 can be uninstalled:
Afterwards MariaDB is uninstalled by removing MariaDB under Add or Remove Programs.
Alternatively, MariaDB can also be uninstalled via the command prompt:
Uninstall MariaDB without deleting data:
Now the i-doit folder must be deleted and the PHP
PATH must be removed from the environment variables: