TruTime Pro Network HASP Installation

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Oct 26, 2013 (4 years and 19 days ago)

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TruTime Pro Network HASP Installation




Amano Cincinnati Inc.





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Installing NetHasp on a local workstation using the Workstation’s IP Address


General


Since the HASP Plug is installed locally, each workstation running TT must access the workstation with the
Hasp Plug installed. In order to do so, we will use the wor
kstation’s IP address.
This configuration is available
only for networks which support TCP/IP protocol

(Windows NT and Novell 5.0 or later).



Configuration
















The above describes a WAN configuration i.e. two locations running TimeKeeper
, both are directed to the
corporate server.



Setup steps



Step 1


Run “NHSERVW32.EXE

TCPIP” from the workstation with the Hasp plug installed


1.1

Run “NHSERVW32.EXE

TCPIP” from the workstation with the Hasp plug installed. The “NetHasp license
man
ager” will be added to the task line. The above is to be added to the workstation’s startup sequence.






1.2

Load the “NetHasp license manager” (By double click). The following screen will appear:




Ensure that the TCP/IP protocol is loaded.

Location 1


Location 2

TK’s Database

Corporate
Server

TK Workstation + HASP Plug


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1.3

Select

“Activity log” and “TCP/IP Protocol”




The TCP/IP protocol will display the workstation IP address. The IP address will be used by the other
workstations (i.e. running TK) in detecting the Hasp Plug installed on this workstation.



Step 2


Customize N
ETHASP.INI file


The following definitions are to be specified within NETHASP.INI file:







Note
: Ensure that the IP Address specified within the INI file is identical IP address specified



within the license manager’s “activity log” (section 1.3)
.




Step 3


Copy NETHASP.INI to each workstation


Since we are dealing a WAN installation,
NETHASP.INI
file is to be copied to each workstation, i.e. to the
“..
\
TRUTIME
-
PRO
\
” application directory. If this is not the case (i.e. LAN Installation) then
NETHASP is to be
copied to the application directory located on the corporate server.











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What happens if the network does not support TCP/IP Protocols ?
If this is the case (e.g.
Novell 4.xx versions or lower), you may use IPX Protocol or NetBios
Protocol. Please find further
details in the following page.

Installing NetHasp on a local workstation using IPX Protocol



1.

Confirm that the plug is installed on the workstation. Make sure that it is a red network HASP


2.

Add the line “NHSERVW32.EXE” to
the “Autoexec.bat” file. This file determines the PC startup
sequence.


3.

Load the “NHSERVW32.EXE” program, by double clicking it (for the first time).


4.

Run the following command line “Hinstall
-
I” on the local workstation.


5.

Log into TimeKeeper from the
current workstation. Make sure that other workstations can also log
into TimeKeeper successfully.


If the login to TimeKeeper is successful, the Hasp installation process has been completed. Otherwise, you
have to continue to steps 6


10.


6.

Run the follo
wing command line “Load haspserv
-
IPXNOSUP” from the workstation. Running this
command will create two files in the root directory: “Haspaddr.ddr” and “Newhaddr.ddr”.


7.

Copy the “Haspaddr.ddr” and “Newhaddr.ddr” files to the “..
\
TK5WIN” directory.
If y
our configuration
is WAN then both “Haspaddr.ddr” and “Newhaddr.ddr” are to be copied to every workstation
running TK (i.e. to the application directory).


8.

Customize the NETHASP.INI file as follows:




8. Log into TimeKeeper from the current workstatio
n and from all other workstations.