Table Of Contents
1. Windows 7 Setup Guide
1-1. Self-Signed DOX environment
If your DOX environment has commercial certificate, skip this chapter and proceed chapter 1-2
Open the Internet Explorer.
Go to “Tools”, and select “Internet options”.
Select the “Security” tab, and then select the “Trusted sites”.
Set Allowed levels to “Low”, and UNCHECK the “Enable Protected Mode”, and then click “Sites”.
(*When all the steps are completed through Step 20, it is recommended to put back the Allowed Levels to the original set level.)
Add DOX customer hostname URL as Trusted sites, and hit “OK”
EX) DOX customer hostname URL example: https://dox.example.com
Close, and restart the Internet Explorer.
Place your DOX customer hostname URL in the address bar, and hit Enter.
When the screen below appears, click the “Continue to this website (not recommended)”.
Left click the “Certificate error” or “Certificate report” in the address bar, and then click “View Certificates”.
Select “Install Certificate”.
Select “Place all certificates in the following store”. And then select “Browse”.
Highlight the “Trusted Root Certification Authorities” and hit “OK”. Click the “Next” to proceed.
If the below Security Warning appears, click “Yes”.
Click “OK” for below message, and “OK” once again to close the original pop-up window named “Certificate”.
please continue to the next chapter.
1-2. WebDav Client Configuration
Click “Start” and select “Computer”.
Select the menu “Map network drive”.
Click the “Connect to a Web site that you can use to store your documents and pictures”.
Highlight the “Choose a custom network location”, and then click “Next”.
Type the address of the DOX customer hostname URL, and click “Next”. If you are prompted for the Login credentials, place the accurate User name and Password
Type the name for the WebDAV Link (any names). Click “Next”, and then “Finish”.
You are Almost Done
Make sure to “roll back” the Internet Explorer security settings. (Page2, Step No2)