PHP with XML,
fopen() URLs, MySQLi, and LDAP
if you are using Active
setup and running
Before you even
start the UNS
Installation, you will
need to decide if you
want your admin panel to
be SSL or not.
PHP Version Checks to see if you have at least PHP 5
MySQLi Function Checks to see if you have MySQLi extensions enabled in PHP
XML Functions Checks to see if you have the XML extensions enabled in PHP, this is for RSS support.
Allowed URL fopen() Checks to see if PHP can open a URL with fopen(), this is for RSS support.
LDAP Functions Checks to see if PHP has LDAP functions, you can ignore this if you are not going to be using Active Directory for your authentication. If it they are found, a link will appear so you can test the connection.
SQL Host Your MySQL Host, use localhost for the same machine, or IP address if it is another machine
SQL Admin Username The administrative user on your SQL Host
SQL Admin Password Kind of self explanatory...
UNS SQL Username Default is uns_user, but can be changed to anything you want.
UNS SQL Pasword Once again, self explanatory...
UNS Database Name The Name of the Database that will store UNS Data. Default is uns, but can be changed to anything you want
Instance Name The Name of your UNS installation, shown on the Admin Panel
Hostname Used for cookies and URL redirections, use the hostname if you want, or IP address, up to you.
HTTP root for UNS This is the folder that UNS lives in, for no folder put /, other wise the folder you put it in, IE uns/
DO NOT put leading slashes, IE /usn/
Session Timeout This is the time in seconds that a cookie session will last, default is 3600 (1 hour)
SSL Admin Folder If you want your admin panel to only be accessable by https:// then check this off, all other folders will still be http://
Use LDAP? This is if you are going to use Active Directory for your authentication.
LDAP Domain For windows put the DNS name for you domain (IE randomintervals.com)
For Linux you will need to configure your host to beable to know that your domain name is to a specific IP address (/etc/resolve.conf)
LDAP Port The Port that you have for your AD server (default is 3268)
Redirect timeout Time limit for page redirections
Default client URL refresh time The refresh time for each clients default setting, can be changed per URL in each clients list appon addition, this is just a default setting.
Internal Administrator Password Used for the Internal admin for UNS. This is needed even if you are using Active Directory for your authentication.
Max Number of Archived links per client This is the maximum number of rows in the history table that will be kept per client
Max Number of Client Connection history This is the number or rows that will be kept per client for historical records, really only 2 are needed, so that the main page knows that the client has connected at least once and is alive.