CyberStore Documentation
CyberStore Installation Wizard

Before You Run the CyberStore Installation Wizard

You will need the following information during the installation process, so be sure to have it available:

Run the CyberStore Installation Wizard 

Make sure that all other applications are closed before running the Wizard. 

Copy the Wizard executable into the CyberStore installation folder. 

Right-click the executable and select “Run as Administrator.” 

When ready, press Next >.



Enter or select the desired CyberStore Program Install Path, and click Next >.


The Installation Wizard will display the location from where you are running the installer.


Be sure the CyberStore Program Install Path is NOT the same as the Virtual Website wwwroot path.


If the CyberStore installer detects that the destination folder already exists and contains the CyberStore DLL files, it will automatically switch to update mode.



Select the components you want to install and press Next > .



Select the website to which you are installing CyberStore.

If you have not created a specific virtual website for CyberStore, you may use the "Default website."

This step will ask you if you are using an SSL certificate for access to the Management Console and public e-commerce Checkout Process. Select "Yes" only if you already have an SSL certificate installed on your server. Even if you intend to install one at a later date, if you do not have an SSL certificate currently installed, select "No."

When you have installed your SSL certificate, please refer to "Update the Web.Config" section in Migrate Your Data Settings for information on how to require SSL.


is the "Migrate Your Data settings" the correct section being referenced? there isn't a mention of the SSL within that section



Specify the Users which CyberStore Will Be Executed As

Specify the users which CyberStore will be executed as and indicate whether they are Local Computer users or Active Directory users. The CyberStore installer can also create the users for you.


You need to be logged into your web server as a Domain Admin if you choose Active Directory users, whether you are creating them or not.



If AD users specify the username ONLY, the Wizard assumes the Domain you are in will be the Domain you use. It automatically places the Domain name before the username.


Potential Additional Steps

If SQL and IIS are installed on the same server: 

If SQL and IIS are installed on two separate servers which are connected to the same NT Domain or Active Directory forest: 

If SQL and IIS are installed on two separate servers that are not connected by NT Domain or Active Directory and if SQL and IIS are connected via the Security Support Provider Interface (SSPI): 

If SQL and IIS are installed on two separate servers that are not connected by NT Domain or Active Directory and if SQL and IIS are connected via a SQL userset in the connection string:



Specify the Credentials Needed to Connect to the SYSPRO Server

You cannot validate the credentials at this time. The setup asks if you plan to communicate with SYSPRO via .NET Remoting and require an appropriate URL. We recommend that all CyberStore instances use .NET Remoting.

You can find details on the installation of .NET Remoting in the following sections of this guide:

The address should be "tcp://" followed by the IP Address, FQDN, or Windows Network computer name, followed by a colon (:), and  followed by a number representing the port the .NET Remoting Service is listening on. Example: tcp://MyComputerName:8081.

This step asks for your SYSPRO Operator and password. These are the credentials that you created in the section SYSPRO Operator and Group Setup.

This step also asks you for access information for your instance of SYSPRO. The credentials you provide are encrypted in the database. If your instance of SYSPRO does not require the information requested, simply use the default value.



Automatically Copy the CyberStore Software

Assuming there are no issues in your environment, the installer package copies the CyberStore software to your server and sets up the appropriate IIS settings, user permissions, and SQL databases.




If the CyberStore installer fails, look for the file install.log in your installation location for details.