In-store Server Setup
Preparing the in-store server
Prior to downloading the in-store server software, ensure your server allows the download of applications from anywhere.
- Select System Preferences > Security and Privacy.
- At the General tab, click the lock in the lower left portion of the screen to allow you to edit the permissions. A prompt appears requiring you to enter the administrator name and password.
- Type the administrator user name and password.
- Click Unlock.
- Under ‘Allow apps downloaded from,’ select Anywhere. A prompt appears.
- Click Allow From Anywhere.
- Click the lock to prevent further changes.
- Close Security and Privacy.
| ||Warning: After you download the in-store server software, return to Security and Privacy and change the ‘Allow applications downloaded from’ setting to Mac App Store for best security.|
Downloading the server software
Download the in-store server software from the Silver Back Office.
- In Silver Back Office, click your username on the top right side of the screen. A drop-down list appears.
- Click My Account.
- Click My Devices.
- Select the Silver Server software package from the ‘Download Silver Server Install Package,’ and click Download.
- The file downloads to your computer.
Installing the in-store server
Install the in-store server software onto your server device.
- Launch the NCRSilver_x.x.x.pkg to begin the Silver Server installation wizard.
- At the Welcome screen, click Continue.
- Click Install to accept the default install location. -OR- Click Change Install Location, select the disk where you want to install the software, and click Continue.
- At the Installer prompt, type the administrator user name and password for the server and click Install Software. The utility installs the Silver Server software and displays a successful installation message. Silver Server runs in the background and does not appear on the screen.
- Click Close.
- Upon the successful installation of the Silver Server software, no prompts or programs appear on your screen. You validate the success of the software installation by attempting to connect a device to the server.