Getting AzureProviders up and running for the first time

  • Make sure you have all the prerequisites
  • Download the source and unzip it to a folder on your PC
  • Open VS 2010 as an administrator (Azure development storage require this)
  • Find and open the AzureProviders.sln solution from Visual Studio 2010
  • Change the SMTP-server to one that works for you in app.config under Email Agent -> system.net -> mailsettings -> smtp -> network
  • Change the admin e-mail in web.config under WebPages -> configuration -> appsettings -> AdminEmail
  • Run the solution from Visual Studio 2010
  • Initialize the application for the first time by going to /Admin/InitApp.aspx, this creates all the tables, queues, users, etc
  • Sign in with the Admin user (default user name is "Admin" and default password is "Password")
  • You should probably change the statickey appsetting in the web.config file before going public since this is the encryption key, or use machine key instead.

Last edited Sep 18, 2011 at 3:34 PM by ihenriksen, version 3

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