PingCentral can be installed on Microsoft Windows Server 2016 or 2019. An installation script is not yet available, so download and extract the contents of the installation file to a suitable location within the host file system.
- You are logged on to your system and have privileges that allow you to install applications.
- All system requirements are met, and the Oracle Java 11 LTS runtime environment is installed.
- The JAVA_HOME path points to the JDK software on your system. For example, /usr/lib/jvm/java-11-openjdk-220.127.116.11-0.e17_7.x86_64. To verify this information, run the echo $JAVA_HOME command.
- The Java /bin directory path is added to the PATH variable. To verify this information, run the $echo $PATH command.
- Download the distribution .zip file and extract its contents in a place where you want the service run.
- Navigate to /<pingcentral_install>/bin/run.bat and run run.bat from a command-line interface.
Open a web browser and go to https://localhost:9022.
Note: As you are running PingCentral locally, your browser might warn you that the application you are accessing does not have a signed certificate.
Log in to PingCentral using the following credentials:
- Username: Administrator
- Password: 2Federate
Without modification, PingCentral is secure by default. However, if you want to use self-signed server certificates, root certificates, intermediate certificates, and certificates from a private certificate authorities, create a PingCentral-specific truststore and configure PingCentral to access it. Refer to Creating and configuring trust for instructions.
- Configure PingCentral to run as a Windows service, if appropriate. Refer to Configuring PingCentral to run as a Windows service.