Note: The wizard creates new databases in the default database file location set in SQL Server. To store the database files in a different location, change the default location in SQL Server before you follow the steps below.
Start screen or menu on the AppDNA server machine, choose
Programs > Citrix
AppDNA > Management Tools > Configure
In the first
step in the
Configure AppDNA Environment wizard, choose
Reconfigure installation, and then click
In the Existing Configuration step, click Add database, and then click Next.
In the Database creation step, specify the details as follows:
Server name – Enter this as Machine\Instance, where Machine is the name of the machine that hosts the SQL Server installation and Instance is the SQL Server instance if a named instance is in use. If a named instance is not in use, omit the backslash (\).
Database name – The name of the new database. Defaults to AppDNADB. If the database administrator has created an empty database for you to use, enter its name here. Otherwise enter a name that does not already exist within the SQL Server instance.
Database authentication – Enter the credentials for connecting to SQL Server to create the database.
Windows authentication – This type of authentication uses the logged on Windows user account when connecting to the database. The user account must have a password.
SQL Server authentication – Enter the user name and password.
Click Next and then, in the AppDNA web site credentials step, specify the credentials that the AppDNA web site is to use when connecting to the database after it is created. The options are:
Configure a local service
account for me – This option configures a
Windows user account called
AppDNASvcAccount on the local machine. If this account
does not already exist, the wizard creates it and generates a random password
that does not expire. This option is available only if the SQL Server
installation is on the local machine and the logged on user has permissions to
create a Windows user account.
Use these credentials
– Specify the credentials to be used. For a production system, Citrix recommends
an AppDNA-specific service account that has
a password that does not expire (not the account used to create the database).
In the License Database step you can choose to activate a commercial AppDNA license or run AppDNA in trial mode for up to 30 days.
Activate now – Select
this option to activate an AppDNA trial or retail license.
You now need to log on to
http://www.citrix.com and allocate and download your
license file (see
instructions). When you do this, you must enter the name of the
machine that hosts the AppDNA license server.
License server machine
– This shows the name of the AppDNA license server machine. This is the same
machine as the AppDNA server. Click
Copy to copy this to the clipboard so you can paste it into
– After you download your license file, enter its
name and location here. This must be a license issued from www.citrix.com. If necessary, you can log on to
www.citrix.com and download new Citrix licenses that match your existing
Important: AppDNA handles licensing differently from other Citrix products
– so if you have purchased multiple Citrix products, make sure you download
your AppDNA licenses separately from the licenses for the other products.
Run in trial mode –
Select this option to run AppDNA in trial mode for up to 30 days.
This provides no limit to the number of applications that you can import and
for which you can view the EstateView and Effort Calculator reports views.
However, you can only view the results in the other report views for up to five
Activate a XenDesktop or
XenApp Platinum license – Select this option to activate AppDNA
using a XenDesktop or XenApp Platinum license.
Platinum license server
machine – Enter the host name or IP address of the machine on which the
XenDesktop or XenApp License Server is installed.
Port – Enter the
license server port. By default, this is 27000. However, sometimes a different
port is used. If in doubt, contact your XenDesktop or XenApp administrator.
Next to move to the
System Check issues
for information about the checks and what to do if they fail.
Click Configure to start the creation of the database. This takes some time. When the process has finished, a summary page appears. Note the name of the site. You will need it to log on to AppDNA.
Note: You can rename the site after you have logged into AppDNA. For more information, see Sites.