Real Time Display
Setup Azure AD for VDV
Setup Single Sign-On in VDV
Single Sign-On setup checklist
Manual provider setup
Data Export Task
Users in VDV
Setting up a webcam
After install action list
Install VDV on-premise
Creating a new project
Installing scheduled tasks
Restarting the Vista Data Vision System
Exporting site and unit lists from db.robot.c
Exporting the settings from the File Converter
Muting sounds in VDV
Updating VDV with the store in offline mode
Migrate/Move Vista Data Vision to a new server
File Converter gets empty
Update header - new sensors added to the data file
Import modified or historical data
Future data imported into VDV
The VI Not Executable
Email subject contains information from the mail server
Webcam not importing pictures
How to configure Text Message Service
Run tasks minimized
Backing up VDV
How to extend VDV Timeout
System validation after PHP 8 update
Updated by Andres Andresson
We are almost done Installing VDV on your server. You need to finish couple of items to complete the installation process
Follow this article to install all background tasks on the server.
On the server port 80 or 443 needs to be open to allow web traffic to the server. It is highly recommended to install SSL certificate on the server as well.
If the VDV system should be accessible from outside the network then a public IP address needs to be assigned to the server.
Configure db.robot.c.exe to run as a Service once the VDV system is configured and ready to go. This will allow the system to run even though no user is logged in.
Got ot db.robot.c->File->Run as a Service
Go to db.robot.c->Edit->Mail server and configure the mail server that should be used to send out email notifications from VDV.