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OpenText Imaging Enterprise Scan

Installation Guide
This guide describes the installation of OpenText Imaging
Enterprise Scan and OpenText Document Pipelines.

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Installation Guide
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Table of Contents

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Introduction

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About This Documentation ................................................................. v


Target Readership ............................................................................ v
Structure of This Documentation ........................................................ v
Documentation Overview .................................................................. vi
How to Find Documentation .............................................................. vi
Contact Information ......................................................................... vii
Terms and Conventions ................................................................... vii

Installation Overview ............................................................... 11

1.1
1.1.1
1.1.2
1.2
1.3
1.4

Methods of Installation .....................................................................


Local Installation .............................................................................
Mass Rollout and Distribution ...........................................................
Installation Requirements ................................................................
Upgrading Enterprise Scan ..............................................................
Removing Enterprise Scan ..............................................................

Installing Enterprise Scan ...................................................... 15

2.1
2.2
2.3

Requirements ................................................................................. 15
Installing Enterprise Scan ................................................................ 16
Troubleshooting the Installation ........................................................ 18

Using a Silent Installation and Mass Rollout ........................ 19

3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.2

Configuring a Silent Installation ........................................................


Copying the Installation Files ...........................................................
Configuring the install.ini File ...........................................................
Starting the Silent Installation ...........................................................
Using Central Software Distribution ..................................................

Installing Additional Languages ............................................ 27

Installing OpenText Document Pipelines .............................. 29

5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.4.1
5.4.2

Overview and Background Information .............................................


Requirements .................................................................................
Installing Document Pipeline on a Stand-alone Computer ..................
Installing OpenText Document Pipelines ...........................................
Installing OpenText Document Pipeline for DocuLink .........................
Installing OpenText Document Pipeline for SAP Solutions .................

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5.4.4
5.4.5

Installing OpenText TCP Document Pipelines ................................... 32


Installing Document Pipeline for Content Server ................................ 33
Installing the Document Pipeline Remote Interface ............................ 36

Installing Enterprise Scan OCR ............................................. 39

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6.2

Requirements ................................................................................. 39
Installing Enterprise Scan OCR ........................................................ 39

Installing Enterprise Scan Webinterface ............................... 41

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Introduction
i About This Documentation
This documentation describes how to install OpenText Imaging Enterprise Scan
(Enterprise Scan), OpenText Document Pipelines (Document Pipelines) relevant for
scanning scenarios and Enterprise Scan Webinterface.
For monitoring the Document Pipelines, you need to install OpenText Document
Pipeline Info. For more information, see section 2.1.4 Installing Document Pipeline
Info in OpenText Document Pipeline - Installation and Upgrade Guide (AR-IDPDP).

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Target Readership
This documentation is intended for installers and system administrators of
Enterprise Scan. It assumes knowledge of the administration of a network system,
and a basic knowledge of Enterprise Scan.

Recommended
reading

i.ii

OpenText recommends that you read the OpenText Imaging Enterprise Scan - User and
Administration Guide (CLES-UGD) before you start installing Enterprise Scan.

Structure of This Documentation


This documentation consists of the following chapters:
Introduction on page v
This chapter describes the contents of the manual and the conventions used. It
also gives an overview of the available documentation for Enterprise Scan.
Installation Overview on page 11
This chapter describes the methods of installation, and general installation
requirements, as well as how to install, upgrade, and remove Enterprise Scan.
Installing Enterprise Scan on page 15
This chapter describes how to install Enterprise Scan.
Using a Silent Installation and Mass Rollout on page 19
This chapter describes how to install Enterprise Scan silently and how to
configure the install.ini.
Installing Additional Languages on page 27
This chapter describes how to install other languages than English.
Installing OpenText Document Pipelines on page 29
This chapter describes how to install Document Pipelines locally for Enterprise
Scan.
Glossary on page 43
This chapter describes the product specific technical terms.

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Documentation Overview
The following documentation is available for Enterprise Scan:
Release Notes
The Release Notes describe in detail the software supported by the product and
important dependencies, as well as any last-minute changes regarding the
documentation which should be made known. The current version of the
Release Notes is available in OpenText Knowledge Center.
OpenText Imaging Enterprise Scan - Installation Guide (CLES-IGD)
This manual covers the installation and upgrade of Enterprise Scan, the
installation of the Document Pipelines and the Enterprise Scan Webinterface.
OpenText Imaging Enterprise Scan - User and Administration Guide (CLES-UGD)
This manual covers the administration and how to use Enterprise Scan.
The following documentation is available for related topics:
OpenText Document Pipelines - Overview and Import Interfaces (AR-CDP)
This manual explains the OpenText Document Pipelines. It describes how to
monitor the Document Pipelines, a description of their processes and
components, advanced tasks and in-depth information It also describes the
doctools in detail.
See also the Customization Guide or Scenario Guide of the respective leading
application.

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How to Find Documentation


You can find the product documentation in the following locations:

The product ISO image comprises the complete product in one *.iso file. The
product ISO image is available in the OpenText Knowledge Center. To access the
ISO image, select the product family page, and click the Downloads link.

The documentation for all products and all supported versions is available in the
OpenText Knowledge Center. See the Release Notes for details and links. In the
Knowledge Center, select the product family page, and then click the
Documentation link. If the required product belongs to the OpenText Content
Server family, click the Content Server Module Documentation link, and then
select the product from the list.
Note: You can find the latest information on manuals and online help files for
each product in the corresponding Release Notes. This includes the
identification codes of the current documentation.

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ii Contact Information
OpenText Online (http://online.opentext.com/) is a single point of access for the
product information provided by OpenText. You can access the following support
sources through OpenText Online:

Communities

Knowledge Center

OpenText Online Communities ( https://communities.opentext.com/communities/


cs.dll/open/OpenTextOnlineCommunity) provide the following resources:

Usage tips, help files, and best practices for customers and partners.

Information on product releases.

User groups and forums where you can ask questions to OpenText experts.

The OpenText Knowledge Center (https://knowledge.opentext.com) is OpenText's


corporate extranet and primary site for technical support. The Knowledge Center is
the official source for the following:

Product downloads, patches, and documentation including Release Notes.

Discussion forums, Online Communities, and the Knowledge Base.

OpenText Developer Network (OTDN), which includes developer


documentation and programming samples for OpenText products.

If you need additional assistance, you can find OpenText Corporate Support
Contacts at http://support.opentext.com/.

iii Terms and Conventions


User interface
This format is used for elements in the graphical user interface (GUI), such as
buttons, names of icons, menu items, and fields.
Filenames, commands, and sample data

This format is used for file names, paths, URLs, and commands at the command
prompt. It is also used for example data, text to be entered in text boxes, and
other literals.
Note: If you copy command line examples from a PDF, be aware that PDFs
can contain hidden characters. OpenText recommends that you copy from
the HTML version of the document, if it is available.

KEY NAMES
Key names appear in ALL CAPS, for example:
Press CTRL+V.

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<Variable name>
Angled brackets < > are used to denote a variable or placeholder. The user
replaces the brackets and the descriptive content with the appropriate value. For
example, <server_name> becomes serv01.
Internal cross-references
Click the cross-reference to go directly to the reference target in the current
document.
External cross-references
External cross-references are usually text references to other documents.
However, if a document is available in HTML format, for example, in the
Knowledge Center, external references may be active links to a specific section
in the referenced document.
Warnings, notes, and tips

Caution
Cautions help you avoid irreversible problems. Read this information
carefully and follow all instructions.
Important
Important notes help you avoid major problems.
Note: Notes provide additional information about a task.
Tip: Tips offer you quicker or easier ways of performing a task.
Specific
conventions

In this documentation, the following additional conventions are used:


%Variable name%

The percent signs %...% are used to denote a Microsoft Windows environment
variable. You should use the value that is set on your system.

To find the value of all environment variables set on your Windows computer,
type the set command at the command prompt.
To find the value of a particular environment variable set on your Windows
computer, type the echo %variable name% command at the command prompt
(for example echo %TEMP%).
<Registry_branch>,
The <Registry_branch> variable must be replaced by either HKEY_CURRENT_USER
or HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, depending on which registry settings you want to
access. Settings located in the HKEY_CURRENT_USER Registry branch are userspecific. Settings located in the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE Registry branch are userindependent.
For details on Microsoft Registry branches and user specific settings, refer to
your Microsoft documentation and online help. For example, search for

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HKEY_CURRENT_USER in Windows online help and read the paragraph


labeled Users regarding Default security settings.
<IXOS_ROOT>

<IXOS_ROOT> is used as an abbreviation of <Open Text installation directory>.


You should use the value that is set on your system:

Windows platform
Value of the registry entry

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\IXOS\IXOS_ARCHIVE\IXOS_ARCHIVE_ROOT

UNIX platform
Value of the system variable

IXOS_ARCHIVE_ROOT

Tip: To display the variable, logon as root user and type the set command
or the echo $IXOS_ARCHIVE_ROOT command at the command prompt.

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Chapter 1

Installation Overview
Enterprise Scan are delivered as an ISO image in the Knowledge Center. The ISO
image contains the installation package with all required components and software,
and the documentation. You can download the ISO image in Knowledge Center at
https://knowledge.opentext.com/knowledge/llisapi.dll/Open/13055578 .

1.1 Methods of Installation


You can install the software in the following ways:

1.1.1

Local installation on one computer

Mass rollout or distribution on a large number of computers

Local Installation
Use a local installation if you want to install Enterprise Scan on a dedicated
computer. For more information, see Installing Enterprise Scan on page 16. If
you want to install Enterprise Scan on a large number of computers, you can use
mass rollout.

1.1.2

Mass Rollout and Distribution


You can install Enterprise Scan as well as additional languages silently and then
distribute them on user computers within the company. To do so, you copy the
installation files to a file server, configure the configuration files to define what will be
installed, and provide a command to start the preconfigured installation on the user
computers. For more information, see Using a Silent Installation and Mass Rollout
on page 19.

1.2 Installation Requirements


Before you start the installation or upgrade, see the Release Notes for detailed
information on:

Supported operating systems.

SAP systems and SAP GUI versions.

Compatibility of Windows Viewer and DesktopLink and Archive Server versions.


Th communication between the Imaging Clients and Archive Server uses the
HTTP protocol only.

Software and hardware requirements and restrictions.

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Notes

Only the products and versions specified in the Release Notes are supported.
Other versions have not been tested and are therefore not officially
supported for this version. The Release Notes contain the definitive list of
supported versions. Any other versions mentioned in the product
documentation are superseded by the versions specified in the Release
Notes.

If no service pack, maintenance level, patch level or similar is explicitly


mentioned for a specific software version, OpenText supports each service
pack, maintenance level, and patch level released for a third-party product
version, unless explicitly stated otherwise. If details of a specific service
pack, patch and maintenance level, and so on are given, this one and all
subsequent ones are supported.

You can find the latest version of the Release Notes in Knowledge Center at https://
knowledge.opentext.com/knowledge/llisapi.dll/open/15881843.
The following software must be installed on the computer on which you want to
install Enterprise Scan:

Version 3.1 of the Microsoft Windows Installer.

Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0. You can install it from the installation media
under <CD-ROM>\redist\DotNet_40.

Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 x86 redistributable with minimum version 8.0.61001.
You can install it from the installation media under <CD-ROM>\redist
\VC80_Runtime.

Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 x86 redistributable with minimum version 9.0.30729.
You can install it from the installation media under <CD-ROM>\redist
\VC90_Runtime.

Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 x86 redistributable with minimum version 10.0.40219.
You can install it from the installation media under <CD-ROM>\redist
\VC100_Runtime.

Before you start the installation:

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OpenText recommends copying the installation media to a permanent network


share and installing from the network location.

All applications, processes, services, and devices must be terminated or stopped


before starting the installation on the client computer.

Sign in as a user with local administrator rights at installation.

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1.3 Upgrading Enterprise Scan


The installation provides an upgrade from version 9.7.x, 10.0.0 and 10.2.0. The
settings will be automatically converted to the new version.
Context restrictions

When upgrading, there are certain restrictions on the installation context. The
installation context refers to the settings in the Customer Information dialog box:

Anyone who uses this computer: Per-machine context

Only for me: Per-user context

The following table shows the supported combinations:


Installation context of previous version

Installation context of new version

Per-user

Per-machine

Per-machine

Per-machine

Note: With Enterprise Scan version 10.0.0 and later only per-machine
installation is supported.
Before you start the upgrade of Enterprise Scan, the Document Stacks must be empty.
Make sure that all the documents in all document stacks are stored safely. There are
two ways to do this:

Archive the documents.

Export the documents to external storage and import them after the upgrade.

To upgrade Enterprise Scan:

The steps for upgrading are the same as the steps for a new installation of
Enterprise Scan. For more information, see Installing Enterprise Scan
on page 16.
The local installation automatically installs the same features that were already
installed on the computer.
For silent installation, you select all features in the install.ini file, no matter
if they were installed in the older version or not.

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1.4 Removing Enterprise Scan


Version 10.5.0
Use the Remove installation type in the Program Maintenance dialog box of the
installation, or use Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel.
Version 9.7.x/10.0.0/10.2.0
This versions do not need to be removed. An automatic upgrade is provided.
But if you want to remove Enterprise Scan, use the Remove installation type in
the Program Maintenance dialog box of the installation, or use Add or Remove
Programs in Control Panel.

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2.1 Requirements
Make sure you fulfill the Installation Requirements on page 11. Additionally,
consider the following requirements and information for some scenarios.
SAP scenarios

FaxLink

For the configuration of SAP scenarios, see OpenText Archiving and Document Access
for SAP Solutions - Scenario Guide (ER-CCS).
With FaxLink, you can process and archive faxes received in Microsoft Outlook or
Lotus Notes with Enterprise Scan. For supported versions of Microsoft Outlook and
Lotus Notes, see the Release Notes.

Install Microsoft Outlook to use the Microsoft Exchange Input Connector for
faxes received in Microsoft Exchange before you install Enterprise Scan.

Install Lotus Notes Client to use the Lotus Notes Input Connector for faxes
received in Lotus Notes before you install Enterprise Scan.

You can find the configuration of the FaxLink input connectors in section 9.7
Configuring Fax Input in OpenText Imaging Enterprise Scan - User and
Administration Guide (CLES-UGD).
Document
Pipeline

For many archiving scenarios, you need a Document Pipeline to store the documents
on the Archive Server and to send information about the document to the leading
applications. You must create a dedicated Document Pipeline directory where the
documents are temporarily stored. Do not use a non-local directory, except when
using a stand-alone Document Pipeline. For more information, see Installing
OpenText Document Pipelines on page 29.
For more information on remote Document Pipeline, see Installing Document
Pipeline on a Stand-alone Computer on page 31. To access the remote Document
Pipeline, use UNC names instead of mapped drives.

PDF support

You can archive documents in PDF format. There is an option for creating nonsearchable PDF files, and options for creating searchable PDF files, as follows:
Internal PDF creator
This software creates PDF files without search capability. You can read the
archived files by using Adobe Reader, but you cannot search for text in these
files. For more information, see section 11.5.11 Defining Advanced Settings for
Archiving in OpenText Imaging Enterprise Scan - User and Administration Guide
(CLES-UGD).
OpenText Rendition Server
Through the Document Pipeline for Content Server, the Rendition Server creates
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Reader, and you can search for text in these files by using the Find or Search
function. For installation, see Installing Document Pipeline for Content Server
on page 33. For configuration, see section 11.5.7 Archiving Documents on
Content Server Using Document Pipeline (Searchable PDF Files) in OpenText
Imaging Enterprise Scan - User and Administration Guide (CLES-UGD).
Note: Software and licenses for OpenText Rendition Server must be
purchased separately. Contact your OpenText Sales Representative.
PDF creation using OCR doctool
During archiving through the OpenText Document Pipeline, the OCR doctool
creates searchable PDF or PDF/A files. This feature is available for Document
Pipeline for Content Server, Document Pipeline for DocuLink, and OpenText
Document Pipeline for SAP Solutions. For more information, see section 11.5.11
Defining Advanced Settings for Archiving in OpenText Imaging Enterprise Scan
- User and Administration Guide (CLES-UGD).

2.2 Installing Enterprise Scan


To install Enterprise Scan:
1.

Start the installation using the master setup:


a.

From the installation media, run <CD-ROM>:\Mastersetup.exe.

b.
c.

Tip: Alternatively, you can start the installation for Enterprise Scan
directly from <CD-ROM>:\Win32Cln\Enterprise Scan 10.5.0.msi.
Select Enterprise Scan.
Proceed with the master setup and start the installation.

2.

In the Welcome dialog box, click Next.

3.

If a previous version of Enterprise Scan is installed on your computer, the


Enterprise Scan Upgrade dialog box opens. If this dialog box opens, do one of
the following, and then click Next.

Click An upgrade from <version> will be performed. to apply the settings


used in the previous version.

Click A new clean installation of Enterprise Scan will start. to clear the
settings and start a new installation.
Note: A new installation overwrites some settings from previously
installed programs, such as Document Pipeline folder, and Archive Server.

4.

In the License Agreement dialog box, read the license agreement, select the I
accept the terms in the License Agreement check box, and then click Next.

5.

In the Setup Type dialog box, click Custom to perform the following actions,
and then click Next.
a.

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b.

To check how much disk space is required for installation, click Disk
Space.

6.

In the Content Server dialog box, enter the name of Content Server where the
documents will be stored, and then click Next.

7.

In the Document Pipeline dialog box, enter the following settings, and then
click Next.
Document Pipeline folder
Path for the Document Pipeline directory where documents will be
temporarily stored, for example C:\DPDIR.
Notes

This path must be readable and writeable for Windows users using
the Enterprise Scan computer. The installation does not create the
directory as part of the installation, so it must either already exist or
you must create it manually.

Use the same path for Enterprise Scan and for the Document
Pipeline installation. For more information, see Document
Pipeline on page 15.

Document Pipeline host


Name of the computer where Document Pipeline is located, for example
localhost. This is only required if Document Pipeline is installed as a
stand-alone Document Pipeline on a separate computer.
Note: If you want to use more than one Document Pipeline with
Enterprise Scan, you must install all of them on the same computer.
Archive Server
Name of Archive Server on which the archive modes will be configured.
Remote Pipeline
To enable the Remote Pipeline, select Use Remote Pipeline.
Choose protocol HTTP or HTTPS.
Enter the Port. The default value is 8080.
For more information, see Installing the Document Pipeline Remote
Interface on page 36 and section 11.5.8.1 Configuring Remote Document
Pipelines in OpenText Imaging Enterprise Scan - User and Administration
Guide (CLES-UGD).
8.

In the Ready to Install the Enterprise Scan dialog box, click Install.
The installation will copy all the necessary files, configure the registry and
update the configuration files.
Tip: This is the last opportunity to cancel the installation without making
any changes on the computer.

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10.

Optional Install the Document Pipelines required for your archiving scenarios.
For more information, see Installing OpenText Document Pipelines
on page 29.

11.

Optional The installation of English for GUI and Online Help is part of the
installation. If you need other languages, you must install them additionally.
For more information, see Installing Additional Languages on page 27.

Notes

If you start Enterprise Scan for the first time you have to confirm that
Enterprise Scan is allowed to communicate to private and/or public
networks.

The default ports used by Enterprise Scan are 11989 and 11990. If these ports
are not available Enterprise Scan automatically chooses a port in the range of
11989 to 12489.

2.3 Troubleshooting the Installation


The Setup_ScanClient.log file contains detailed information about operations
performed during the installation. You can find out which parameters have been
used, which registry keys have been written, and more information about warning
or error messages.
If you contact OpenText Customer Support after an unsuccessful installation, you
may be asked to send the Setup_ScanClient.log file.
The default location of the Setup_ScanClient.log file is in the %LocalAppData%
\OpenText\Enterprise Scan directory, for example
C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Local\OpenText\Enterprise Scan
\Setup_ScanClient.log.

Each time you run the installation, the same log file is used. New logs are added at
the end of the file.

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Using a Silent Installation and Mass Rollout


You can perform the Enterprise Scan installation silently and distribute it to user
computers. The silent installation uses the install.ini file for configuration of the
installation settings. The install.ini file is located in the Win32Cln directory.
Language installation

The silent language installation does not need a configuration file. You can add an
additional language on the user computers with a simple command. For more
information, see Installing Additional Languages on page 27.

3.1 Configuring a Silent Installation


You can configure several different installations for different user groups.
To configure a silent installation:
1.

Copy the installation files. For more information, see Copying the Installation
Files on page 19.

2.

Configure the installation components and parameters in the install.ini file.


For more information, see Configuring the install.ini File on page 20.

3.

Distribute the start command, and then start the installation. For more
information, see Starting the Silent Installation on page 24.
Notes

3.1.1

Make sure you have write permissions for the computer you will be
installing on.

Before starting the installation, install the msiexec program.

Copying the Installation Files


There are two ways to prepare the installation files:
Copy only the install.ini file
Copy only the install.ini file from the Win32Cln directory to a shared folder,
which is further referenced as the <shared_installation_folder>.
This method saves disk space but requires the installation media for the
installation procedure.
You can configure several install.ini files to prepare different installations.
Rename them, for example install01.ini.
Copy all files
Copy all software components from the installation media to the shared folder,
which is further referenced as the <shared_installation_folder>.

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With this method, installations are performed using the

<shared_installation_folder>. You do not need the installation media for


the installation procedure. You must copy all files in the root directory to the
<shared_installation_folder>, but at least the directories Win32Cln and
redist under the root directory.

You can configure several install.ini files to prepare different installations.


Rename them, for example install01.ini.

3.1.2

Configuring the install.ini File


The install.ini configuration file controls the installation procedure, and is a
template that you can use to create your own ini files for installation. You can
configure several install.ini files to prepare different installations. Before you
start the installation on user computers, OpenText recommends a test installation
with the configured install.ini file. The different startup modes for running
preconfigured installations are described in Starting the Silent Installation
on page 24.
Make sure the files are writable before you start. You can edit the files with any
ASCII editor, such as Notepad or WordPad. You can set default values for all
parameters in the install.ini file and you can configure the installation so that no
entries from users are requested. This avoids potential user input errors and allows
an unattended installation on a large number of computers using the setup
commands or a software distribution tool.
Important
Change only the values, and do not change section names and value
identifiers. This would affect the installation and may prevent client
functioning after installation.
The installation procedure works according to the following scheme:
1. It uses a default value.
2. If a value is set in install.ini, it will overwrite the default value.
3. If a value is not set in install.ini and a registry key is set, it will overwrite the
default value.
The install.ini file is divided into sections for the various installation dialogs and
parameters. There are detailed comments in English for each section in the file. All
parameters are described in the file as well. Lines with descriptions start with a
semi-colon (;).
The install.ini file contains the following sections:

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[Common]
Defines the installation target directory setting INSTALL_ROOT and creates the
registry entry [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\IXOS\IXOS_ARCHIVE
\CLIENT_INST_SCAN]INSTALL_ROOT.
If INSTALL_ROOT is empty, the default value %PROGRAMFILES%\OpenText
\Scan is used.
ErrorMessage=YES
Shows severe errors, that is errors that will abort the installation.
ShowUpgradeDialog=YES
Shows the upgrade dialog.
If the user selects NO, the following registry trees will be deleted:

HCU\\SOFTWARE\\IXOS\\IXOS_ARCHIVE\\6.0\\Scan

HKLM\\SOFTWARE\\IXOS\\IXOS_ARCHIVE\\6.0\\Scan

If no upgrade dialog is shown, the registry trees are not deleted.


[LIVELINK_DIALOG] LivelinkServerHostname=
Defines the name of the Content Server and creates the registry entry

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\IXOS\IXOS_ARCHIVE\6.0\Scan\HKLM
\Extensions\Ixos.Scan.Extension.Livelink.ChangeLogin]"S:Server.

[ECR_DIALOG] DocumentPipelineDirectory=
Defines the Document Pipeline directory and creates the registry entry

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\IXOS\IXOS_ARCHIVE\Common]DPDIR.

If DocumentPipelineDirectory is empty, the default value


<CommonAppDataFolder>\OpenText\DPDIR is used.

LivelinkServerHostname=
Defines the Content Server name and creates the registry entry

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\IXOS\IXOS_ARCHIVE\6.0\Scan\HKLM
\Extensions\Ixos.Scan.Extension.Livelink.ChangeLogin]"S:Server.

If DocumentPipelineDirectory is empty, the default value


<CommonAppDataFolder>\OpenText\DPDIR is used.

DocumentPipelineHost=localhost
Defines the Document Pipeline name and creates the registry entry

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\IXOS\IXOS_ARCHIVE\Common]DPHOST.

RemoteInterfaceMode=no
Defines the remote Document Pipeline name and creates the registry entry
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\IXOS\IXOS_ARCHIVE
\Common]REMOTEINTERFACEMODE.

For more information on the remote Document Pipeline, see Installing


Enterprise Scan on page 16.

RemoteDPLESPort=8080
Defines the remote Document Pipeline port and creates the registry entry
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\IXOS\IXOS_ARCHIVE
\Common]REMOTEINTEDPLESPORT.

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RemoteDPLESProtocol=http
Defines the remote Document Pipeline protocol, for example http or https and
creates the registry entry [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\IXOS
\IXOS_ARCHIVE\Common]REMOTEINTERFACEMODE.
ArchiveServerList=
Defines the Archive Server name and creates the registry entry

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\IXOS\IXOS_ARCHIVE\6.0\Scan\HKLM
\Extensions
\Ixos.Scan.Extension.ConfigureServerAndPipeline]"S:Server.

You can use multiple Archive Server and separate them by |, for example
hawaii|aria.
[CAPTURE_CENTER_SERVER]
Defines the Capture Center server name and creates the registry entry

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\IXOS\Occ Server\Scan]ServerName.

Defines the Capture Center server port and creates the registry entry

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\IXOS\Occ Server\Scan]PortName.

vu_Language

Default value: <empty>

Description: Specifies default GUI language if not set within the request. Use
language identification as specified in ISO-639, for example en, de, pt, es, jp,
cs. For supported languages, see the Release Notes.
By default the systems regional settings are used.

[AddProject]
Defines the path to launch additional executable batch files or registry files. For
examples, see Example 3-1, Default install.ini file on page 22.
Notes

Do not use .reg in the directory structure.


You can only use the values ExecuteableFilePath1 to

ExecuteableFilePath9.

Example 3-1: Default install.ini file


The default install.ini file illustrates a preconfiguration of an installation.
; Version=OpenText Imaging Enterprise Scan 10.5.0
[Common]
INSTALL_ROOT=
; Installation target directory
; Environment variables are expanded
; If empty, default is: %PROGRAMFILES%\OpenText\Scan
ErrorMessage=YES
; If this value is different than 'NO', the installation will show error boxes.
ShowUpgradeDialog=YES
; 'Yes' if you want to see the 'Open Text Clients Upgrade' dialog.

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UpgradeFromLastVersion=YES
; Has an affect only if 'ShowUpgradeDialog=NO' and the user interface level is
'silent' or 'basic'.
; Select 'Yes' if you want to upgrade from an older version of Open Text Clients and
; preserve your settings. Choosing 'NO' will initiate a new, clean Open Text Clients
installation.
[LIVELINK_DIALOG]
LivelinkServerHostname=
; Content Enterprise Server hostname
[ECR_DIALOG]
DocumentPipelineDirectory=
; Enter a path for the Document Pipeline folder.
; Environment variables are expanded
; If empty, the default is <CommonAppDataFolder>\OpenText\DPDIR
; The CommonAppDataFolder property is the full path to the file directory containing
application data for all users.
DocumentPipelineHost=localhost
; Hostname of Document Pipeline.
RemoteInterfaceMode=no
; Remote Document Pipeline is configured.
RemoteDPLESPort=8080
; Enter a port configured for the Remote Document Pipeline.
RemoteDPLESProtocol=http
; Enter a protocol to be used for Remote Document Pipeline (http/https).
ArchiveServerList=
; List of possible Enterprise Archives to select, separated by |.
; Example: ArchiveServerList=hawaii|aria
[CAPTURE_CENTER_SERVER]
;Name=
; Hostname of Capture Center Server
;Port=
; Port of Capture Center Server
[AddProject]
; NOTE:
; Specify the path to additional executable, Batch files, or Registry files to
launch.
; Only 'ExecuteableFilePath1' to 'ExecuteableFilePath9' will be taken by
installation. No more values are allowed.
; Do not use '.reg' in the directory structure
; Environment variables are expanded
; Example1 : ExecuteableFilePath1=C:\temp\AddSetup\Sales.exe
; Example2 : ExecuteableFilePath2=\\server\patches\patch.bat
; Example3 : ExecuteableFilePath3=%TEMP%\registry\custom.reg
;
;ExecuteableFilePath1=
;ExecuteableFilePath2=
;ExecuteableFilePath3=
;ExecuteableFilePath4=
;ExecuteableFilePath5=
;ExecuteableFilePath6=
;ExecuteableFilePath7=
;ExecuteableFilePath8=
;ExecuteableFilePath9=

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3.1.3

Starting the Silent Installation


To start the silent installation on user computers:

Use the Windows Installer (msiexec.exe) command line parameters as detailed


below. You can also use central software distribution tools. For more
information, see Using Central Software Distribution on page 25).
Non-silent installation
If you are performing a non-silent installation, the users see the installation
assistant and can change the predefined entries there. Use the following
command:
msiexec.exe /i "<directory_of_Enterprise_Scan_10.5.0.msi_file>
\Enterprise Scan
10.5.0.msi" SILENTFILE=<directory_of_install.ini_file>
\install.ini /l*v "<directory_of_log_file>
\MsiIxClientSetup.log"
Example:
msiexec.exe /i "\\server01\OpenText_Clients\Enterprise Scan
10.5.0.msi" SILENTFILE=\\server01\OpenText_Clients
\install.ini /l*v "%TEMP%\OpenText\10.5.0\Enterprise Scan
\MsiIxClientSetup.log"

Notes

If the path to the install.ini file or the *.msi file contains any
blank spaces, enclose the path in quotation marks to indicate that
the whole path is a single parameter. It is acceptable to use
quotation marks, even if the path does not contain blank spaces.

You can omit

SILENTFILE=<directory_of_install.ini_file>\install.ini

in the command line if the install.ini file is located in the same


directory as the msi file and you are installing for the first time.

Silent installation
If you are performing a silent installation, the users cannot change the
installation settings, because the installation wizard does not appear. If you
want to show the users a status bar during installation, use this command:
msiexec.exe /i "<directory_of_Enterprise_Scan_10.5.0_file>\
Enterprise Scan
10.5.0.msi" SILENTFILE=<directory_of_install.ini_file>
\install.ini /qb /l*v "<directory_of_log_file>
\MsiIxClientSetup.log"
Example:
msiexec.exe /i "\\server01\OpenText_Clients\Enterprise Scan
10.5.0.msi" SILENTFILE=\\server01\OpenText_Clients

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\install.ini /qb /l*v "%TEMP%\OpenText\10.5.0\Enterprise Scan


\MsiIxClientSetup.log"

Notes

If you want a fully silent installation without status bar display, use
the /qn parameter instead of the /qb parameter.

If the path to the install.ini file or the *.msi file contains any
blank spaces, enclose the path in quotation marks to indicate that
the whole path is a single parameter. It is acceptable to use
quotation marks, even if the path does not contain blank spaces.

You can omit

SILENTFILE=<directory_of_install.ini_file>\install.ini
in the command line if install.ini is located in the same directory
as the msi file and you are installing for the first time.

Other command line options


A number of command line options can be passed to the msiexec.exe
program. Their syntax and semantics correspond to the ones used with the
Windows Installer in command line mode. For more information about
these command line options, see the Microsoft Windows Installer
documentation.

3.2 Using Central Software Distribution


You can use central software distribution tools like Microsoft Systems Management
Server (SMS) and ON Command CCM (CCM) for an installation on a large number of
computers. The distribution procedure depends on the tool you use. For more
information, refer to your manufacturer's handbook.

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Installing Additional Languages


You can install languages other than English for GUI and Online Help. For
supported languages, see the Release Notes.
English is automatically installed with the installation of Enterprise Scan. You can
install other languages using the Language Setup. For each language, a msi
installation file is provided which you can install locally or with silent rollout. For
more information, see To install additional languages as silent installation:
on page 27.
The installation files for additional languages are not included in the installation
media. You can download the installation files in Knowledge Center at https://
knowledge.opentext.com/knowledge/llisapi.dll/Open/13055578.
Prerequisites

The following prerequisites must be fulfilled:

Installed Enterprise Scan.

Signed in as a user with local administrator rights at installation.


Notes

All command-line options described here are standard command line


options of Windows Installer used in command line mode.

For all installations in Terminal servers enabled environments, first change


to install mode for installing the applications.

To install additional languages:


1.

Go to Knowledge Center (https://knowledge.opentext.com/knowledge/


llisapi.dll/Open/13055578), and then navigate to Imaging Enterprise
Scan<version> > <language> > <language> language.msi file.

2.

Start the msi file, and then follow the wizard to the installation end.
The additional language files are copied to the <installation directory>
\bin directory.

To install additional languages as silent installation:


1.

Go to Knowledge Center (https://knowledge.opentext.com/knowledge/


llisapi.dll/Open/13055578), and then navigate to Imaging Enterprise
Scan<version> > <language> > <language> language.msi file.

2.

Start the msi file for the language in command line mode:
msiexec.exe /i"<directory_of_msi_file>\Livelink Enterprise Scan
10.5.0 - <language> Language.msi" /qn

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If you want to generate a log file add the following parameter at the end of the
command:

/l*v "<directory_of_log_file>\Enterprise Scan - 10.5.0


Languages.msi.log"

If you install a new language Enterprise Scan does not change the language
after start. To change the default language, you must start the language
installation with the additional parameterSETASDEFAULTLANGUAGE=1.
Example:
msiexec.exe /i"\\server01\OpenText_Clients\Languages\Livelink
Enterprise Scan - 10.5.0 French Language.msi"
SETASDEFAULTLANGUAGE=1

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Installing OpenText Document Pipelines


This section describes how to install OpenText Document Pipelines for Enterprise
Scan only. For more information about other Document Pipeline installations, see
OpenText Document Pipeline - Installation and Upgrade Guide (AR-IDPDP). This guide
covers the installation of all Document Pipeline components on all supported
systems.
Installation files

Supported
versions
Silent installation

The installation files for Document Pipeline are not included in the installation
media. You can download the installation files with the respective product, for
example Document Pipeline for Content Server which is delivered with Content
Server. For more information, see the particular sections below.
For information about which Document Pipeline versions are supported for
Enterprise Scan, see the Enterprise Scan Release Notes.
You can install Document Pipelines silently, using the msiexec program. For a
description of the silent installation, see https://knowledge.opentext.com/
knowledge/llisapi.dll/Open/15806655.
Note: Silent installation is not supported for Document Pipeline for Content
Server because the configuration information cannot be provided during silent
installation.

5.1 Overview and Background Information


In most scan scenarios, Document Pipelines pass the documents to the storage
repository. Additionally, the Document Pipelines can pass document properties, or
trigger further actions in the leading applications. The following overview provides a
short description of each pipeline and links to more detailed information.
OpenText Document Pipeline for DocuLink
Technical name: SCR3
This pipeline is used for scan scenarios with OpenText DocuLink for SAP
Solutions. You can start the archiving (early and late) of the scanned document
directly in DocuLink. The pipeline stores the document in the required archive
on Archive Server and passes the document information to DocuLink.
OpenText Document Pipeline for SAP Solutions
Technical name: R3SC
This pipeline is used for typical SAP scan scenarios, such as storing with barcodes
and storing for subsequent entry or assignment. The pipeline stores the
document in the required archive on Archive Server and passes the information
about the DocID and the barcode back to the SAP system.

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OpenText TCP Document Pipelines


Technical name: SCDMS
This pipeline is used for preindexing and late indexing scenarios with TCP. The
pipeline stores the document in the required archive on Archive Server and the
indexing information in TCP Business Object Layer. In addition, depending on
the configuration of the inbox DocTool, it also can be used to trigger a plug-in
event.
The pipeline is also used for workflow scenarios (psdt doctool). The pipeline
stores the document in the required archive on Archive Server, starts a
workflow in the process management system, and links the archived document
to the process.
For more information on the inbox DocTool, see section 9.5.2 Special
Customizing Steps for SCDMS Document Pipeline in OpenText Document
Pipelines - Overview and Import Interfaces (AR-CDP) in the Knowledge Center
(https://knowledge.opentext.com/knowledge/cs.dll/Open/14503093).
For more information on the pipeline and the DocTools, see section 9.5.4.4
Inbox in OpenText Document Pipelines - Overview and Import Interfaces (ARCDP).
Document Pipeline for Content Server
Technical name: DPLES
This pipeline is used for mass archiving from Enterprise Scan to Content Server.
The pipeline offers asynchronous processing and additional processing steps
like OCR. A user can keep on scanning and processing documents in Enterprise
Scan while the pipeline continues to release documents to Content Server.
In combination with OpenText Rendition Server, this pipeline is used for
creating searchable PDF files from documents that have been scanned with
Enterprise Scan. For more information, see section 11.5.7 Archiving Documents
on Content Server Using Document Pipeline (Searchable PDF Files) in OpenText
Imaging Enterprise Scan - User and Administration Guide (CLES-UGD).
Document Pipeline Remote Interface
The Document Pipeline Remote Interface is an HTTP\HTTPS connection to a
Document Pipeline installed on a different computer. With the Document
Pipeline Remote Interface, documents can be sent from the scan station to the
Document Pipeline, using HTTP\HTTPS.

5.2 Requirements
You can install Document Pipelines either on the Enterprise Scan computer or on a
stand-alone computer. For additional configuration steps for the stand-alone
installation, see Installing Document Pipeline on a Stand-alone Computer
on page 31.
Sign in as a user with local administrator rights at installation.
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Document
Pipeline

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An upgrade of Document Pipelines is not supported. You must remove previous


versions and enter settings again. Use the Add or Remove Programs tool provided
in Windows Control Panel. Also delete the installation directory (<IXOS_ROOT>)

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entry in the registry. For more information, see OpenText Document Pipeline Installation and Upgrade Guide (AR-IDPDP).
Monitoring tools

For monitoring the Document Pipelines, the OpenText Document Pipeline Info is
needed. For more information, see section 2.1.4 Installing Document Pipeline Info
in OpenText Document Pipeline - Installation and Upgrade Guide (AR-IDPDP).

Archive modes

All Document Pipeline scan scenarios require an Archive Mode. The archive mode
defines the logical archive where the documents will be stored, the indexing
method, and several additional settings, for example a workflow name or the inbox
configuration. For archive mode settings, see section 11 Configuring Scan Stations
in OpenText Archive Server - Administration Guide (AR-ACN).

5.3 Installing Document Pipeline on a Stand-alone


Computer
To install Document Pipeline on a stand-alone computer:
1.

Create and share a Document Pipeline directory (DPDIR) on the stand-alone


computer where the Document Pipeline will be installed.
Important

2.

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using the Enterprise Scan computer.

Use the same directory during the Enterprise Scan and the Document
Pipeline installations. On the Enterprise Scan computer, enter the
path using the Universal Naming Convention (UNC), that is
\\<Document Pipeline_host_name>\<directory_path>. On the
stand-alone computer, use either the local directory path or the UNC
path.

If you have installed Document Pipeline version 10.1.1 or higher, the


default values for the DPDIR of Document Pipeline and Enterprise
Scan are the same.

If have installed an older version of Document Pipeline, you must


change the default DPDIR for one of the two products.

Install the Document Pipeline(s) with the relevant components on the standalone computer. For more information, see Installing OpenText Document
Pipelines on page 32.

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5.4 Installing OpenText Document Pipelines


5.4.1

Installing OpenText Document Pipeline for DocuLink


Before you start the installation, read Overview and Background Information
on page 29 and Requirements on page 30, and make sure that you have met the
requirements.
The installation file for the Document Pipeline for DocuLink is available in the
Knowledge Center (https://knowledge.opentext.com/knowledge/llisapi.dll/open/
14711031).
The installation of the Document Pipeline for DocuLink is described in section 3.1.3
Installing Document Pipeline for DocuLink in OpenText Document Pipeline Installation and Upgrade Guide (AR-IDPDP).

5.4.2

Installing OpenText Document Pipeline for SAP


Solutions
Before you start the installation, read Overview and Background Information
on page 29 and Requirements on page 30, and make sure that you have met the
requirements.
The installation file for the OpenText Document Pipeline for SAP Solutions is
available in the Knowledge Center (https://knowledge.opentext.com/knowledge/
llisapi.dll/open/14711031).
The installation of the OpenText Document Pipeline for SAP Solutions is described
in section 3.1.2 Installing Document Pipeline for SAP Solutions in OpenText
Document Pipeline - Installation and Upgrade Guide (AR-IDPDP).

5.4.3

Installing OpenText TCP Document Pipelines


Before you start the installation, read Overview and Background Information
on page 29 and Requirements on page 30, and make sure that you have met the
requirements. Customizing TCP scenarios might be complex, and for complete
information, see section 29.2 Indexing Scenarios in OpenText Transactional Content
Processing - Customization Guide (TCP-CGD).
The installation file for the OpenText TCP Document Pipelines is available in the
Knowledge Center (https://knowledge.opentext.com/knowledge/cs.dll/Open/
14503202).
The installation of the OpenText TCP Document Pipelines is described in section
10.1 Installing OpenText TCP Document Pipelines in OpenText Transactional
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5.4.4

Installing Document Pipeline for Content Server


Before you start the installation, read Overview and Background Information
on page 29 and Requirements on page 30, and make sure that you have met the
requirements.
The installation file for the Document Pipeline for Content Server is available in the
Knowledge Center (https://knowledge.opentext.com/knowledge/llisapi.dll/open/
17753296).
Limitations when UAC = ON
When modifying the Document Pipeline for Content Server installation, trigger
the modification only by the Command prompt opened with the Run as
Administrator option.
To install Document Pipeline for Content Server:
1.

Start the installation using the master setup. From the Content Server
installation media, run <CD-ROM>:\Mastersetup.exe.

2.

In the Welcome dialog box, click Next.

3.

In the License Agreement dialog box, read the license agreement, select the I
accept the terms in the License Agreement check box, and then click Agree.

4.

In the Selection dialog box, select the components you want to install, and then
click Next.

Document Pipeline for Content Server needs Document Pipeline Perl and
Document Pipeline Base. The master setup selects the depending
components automatically.
If Document Pipeline Perl and Document Pipeline Base are not yet installed,
see OpenText Document Pipeline - Installation and Upgrade Guide (AR-IDPDP)
for a description how to install these components.

5.

Document Pipeline Info is optional. It is used for monitoring purposes. For


more information, see OpenText Document Pipeline - Installation and Upgrade
Guide (AR-IDPDP).

Document Pipeline Remote Interface is optional. It is used for an HTTP


\HTTPS connection to an Document Pipeline installed on a different
computer. For more information, see Installing the Document Pipeline
Remote Interface on page 36.

Optional In the Prerequisites dialog box, the master setup indicates which
programs must be already installed on the computer. Verify that the required
programs are installed. If they are not installed, cancel the wizard, install the
required programs, and then restart the wizard.

If the programs are installed, click Next.

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Tip: This dialog box is not displayed if you install Document Pipeline for
Content Server only.
6.

In the Summary dialog box, check if all necessary components are selected. If
you want to change the selected components, click Back to change.
Click Install to start the installation. The installation of the selected components
is performed in the same order as shown on the summary page.

7.

The Document Pipeline for Content Server installation wizard opens.


Click Next.

8.

In the Custom Setup dialog box, perform the following actions, and then click
Next.
a.

To change the installation folder, click Browse.


Tip: The Reset button has no function in this version.

b.
9.

To check how much disk space is required for installation, click Disk
Usage.

In the Content Server Connection dialog box, select Direct RPC connection or
HTTP\HTTPS connection, and then click Next.
For RPC connection, continue with Step 10.
For HTTP/HTTPS connection, continue with Step 11

10. If you selected the RPC connection, enter the following Content Server settings.
Obtain the information from your Content Server administrator.
Content Server
Default value is localhost.
Domain of Content Server
Domain of Content Server.
Content Server User Login
Default value is Admin.
Default value in case of OTDS authenticated Content Server is
otadmin@otds.admin.
The Content Server user must have system administration rights.
If the password of Content Server User Login is changed, the Document
Pipeline for Content Server installation has to be modified to set the new
password.
Content Server Password
Password of the Content Server user.
Content Server Port
Default value is 2099.

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Continue with Step 14.


11. If you selected the HTTP/HTTPS connection, enter the following Content Server
settings, and then click Next. Obtain the information from your Content Server
system administrator.
Content Server
Default value is localhost.
Content Server Administrator Login
Default value is Admin.
Default value in case of OTDS authenticated Content Server is
otadmin@otds.admin.
The Content Server administrator must have system administration rights.
If the password of Content Server Administrator Login is changed, the
Document Pipeline for Content Server installation has to be modified to set
the new password.
Content Server Administrator Password
Password of the Content Server administrator.
Port
Following port numbers are applicable when the IIS server is used as a Web
server for Content Server:
Default value for HTTP connection is 80.
Default value for HTTPS connection is 443.
12. If you selected the HTTP/HTTPS connection, enter the following Content Server
and HTTP/HTTPS settings, and then click Next.
Content Server CGI
Default value is /livelink/livelink.exe.
Use HTTPS
Only select this check box if you want to use the HTTPS connection. Clear it
if you are using the HTTP connection.
Note: If you want to establish the HTTPS connection (SSL) between
Enterprise Scan and Content Server, install the Trusted Root
Certification Authorities using the web browser.
Verify Server Certificate
Do not select this check box. It could be used for server certificates issued by
public entrusted Certificate Authorities but this is not supported in this
version. This option is only relevant for HTTPS.
HTTP User Login
In single sign-on scenarios, provide the Content Server Administrator
Login provided in the Content Server Connection (1/3) dialog box. For
more information, see Step 11.

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Also relevant if Verify Server Certificate is selected.


HTTP Password
In single sign-on scenarios, provide the Content Server Administrator
Password provided in the Content Server Connection (1/3) dialog box, see
Step 11.
Also relevant if Verify Server Certificate is selected.
13. If you selected the HTTPS connection, enter the following HTTPS settings, and
then click Next.
CA Root Certificates Location
Path of the server certificate. OpenText recommends storing the certificate
generated using Secure Connect in C:\Program Files\OpenText
\Certificates.
14. In the Ready to Install dialog box, do one of the following:
Click Back if you want to change any of your settings.
Click Install to install the OpenText Document Pipeline for Content Server.
15. In the Completing the OpenText Document Pipeline for Content Server
installation dialog box, click Finish.
16. Click Finish to close the master setup.

5.4.5

Installing the Document Pipeline Remote Interface


The Document Pipeline Remote Interface is an HTTP\HTTPS connection to a
Document Pipeline that is installed on a different computer. With the Document
Pipeline Remote Interface, documents can be sent from the scan station to the
Document Pipeline using HTTP\HTTPS.

Prerequisites

The following components must be installed and configured on the computer


hosting the Document Pipeline:

OpenText Runtime and Core Services (Java and Tomcat need to be installed)

OpenText Document Pipeline Perl

OpenText Document Pipeline Base

At least one real OpenText Document Pipeline, for example the OpenText
Document Pipeline for SAP Solutions.

An HTTP\HTTPS connection between the scan station and the Document


Pipeline computer must be possible.
Note: It is not necessary to install any additional components on the scan
station.

You can obtain the installation file for the Document Pipeline Remote Interface
(dp_remote_interface-<version>.msi) in the Knowledge Center (https://
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The installation of Document Pipeline Remote Interface is described in OpenText


Document Pipeline - Installation and Upgrade Guide (AR-IDPDP).

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Installing Enterprise Scan OCR


Installation files

Supported
versions
Silent installation

The installation files for Enterprise Scan OCR are not included in the installation
media. You can download the installation files in the Knowledge Center (https://
knowledge.opentext.com/knowledge/llisapi.dll/Open/13055578).
Enterprise Scan OCR supports Enterprise Scan 10.5.0.
You can install Enterprise Scan OCR silently. For more information, see Using a
Silent Installation and Mass Rollout on page 19.

6.1 Requirements
You can install Enterprise Scan OCR on the Enterprise Scan computer only.
Upgrading
Enterprise Scan
OCR

An upgrade of Enterprise Scan OCR is not supported. You must remove previous
versions. Use the Add or Remove Programs tool provided in Windows Control
Panel.

6.2 Installing Enterprise Scan OCR


To install Enterprise Scan OCR:
1.

Go to Knowledge Center (https://knowledge.opentext.com/knowledge/


llisapi.dll/Open/13055578), and then navigate to Imaging Enterprise Scan
<version> > <English> > OpenText Imaging Enterprise Scan OCR > Enterprise
Scan Ocr 10.5.0.msi file.

2.

Start the msi file.


The Enterprise Scan OCR installation wizard opens and guides you through the
installation.

3.

In the Welcome dialog box, click Next.

4.

In the License Agreement dialog box, read the license agreement, select the I
accept the terms in the License Agreement check box, and then click Next.

5.

In the Ready to Install dialog box, click Install.


Setup will copy all the necessary files, configure the registry and update the
configuration files.
Tip: This is the last opportunity to cancel the setup without making any
changes on the computer.

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Chapter 7

Installing Enterprise Scan Webinterface


The Enterprise Scan Webinterface module brings scanning capacity to the Content
Server user interface. The indexing feature is also available. Users can scan an image
and run an indexing session in the same user interface.
Prerequisites

Content Server must be installed before installing the Enterprise Scan Webinterface.
To install Enterprise Scan Webinterface:
1.

Start the installation program directly via <CD-ROM>:

\OT_SCAN_MODULE_10.5.0\escanwebinterface_10.5.0_WIN.exe.

The Enterprise Scan Webinterface installation wizard opens and guides you
through the installation.
2.

In the Content Server administration dialog box, click Install Module.

3.

From the list of modules that are available for installation, select the Enterprise
Scan Webinterface module, and then click Install.

4.

Restart Content Server.

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Glossary
Archive Monitoring Web Client
It is a graphical user interface for monitoring the Document Pipelines and
additional data.
Archive Server
Archive Server stores documents on long-term storage media. It consists of server
software and services, a database instance, connection to and management of
storage systems, and administration tools.
Archive Mode
Specifies the different archiving scenarios used by Enterprise Scan. The archive
mode is configured in the OpenText Administration Client.
Barcode
During mass scanning, Enterprise Scan can detect barcodes or patch codes and
separate the documents automatically. Then the barcode or patch code is
displayed in the Index field of the Properties tab.
Batch
Hierarchical document attribute in Enterprise Scan. In the hierarchy of attributes,
batch is located above folder. Hierarchical attributes can be assigned to documents
automatically during scanning or manually. The attributes are displayed in the
Properties view.
Capture Center
Capture Center is a solution for automatic document classification and data
extraction using optical character recognition. Enterprise Scan and Capture
Center work together to automate ingestion of documents into repositories and of
data into business solutions.
Configuration files
Configuration files contain configuration information for a particular program.
When the program is started, it consults the configuration file to see what
parameters have been set. Important configuration files for OpenText Imaging
Clients are the install.ini file, which contains the installation configuration for
Windows Viewer, DesktopLink, and Enterprise Scan, and the viewer.cfg files,
which contain the configuration information for Java Viewer and Web Viewer.
DocTools
Programs for automatically processing documents in a Document Pipeline.

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Document Group
In Enterprise Scan you can subdivide documents in several groups. These groups
can be used to divide the archiving tasks between several employees.
Document Pipeline
A collection of processing modules (DocTools) that are used, for example, to
transfer or otherwise process documents to and in the Archive Server.
Document Stack
All scanned or imported documents that are currently displayed in Enterprise
Scan.
DPDIR
The directory in which the documents are temporarily stored while being
processed by the Document Pipeline.
Endorser
Some scanner models support endorsing, a process in which a stamp that is
printed on each scanned sheet to confirm scanning. The endorser is displayed in
the Properties tab in Enterprise Scan.
Enterprise Scan
Short name for OpenText Imaging Enterprise Scan. It is a component of OpenText
Imaging. Enterprise Scan is designed for mass scanning scenarios: you can scan
documents from various input sources, sort them into documents, and then
archive these documents.
FaxLink
Functionality of Enterprise Scan that connects Enterprise Scan to fax or mail
servers, such as Microsoft Exchange Server, or Lotus Domino Server.
Folder
Hierarchical document attribute in Enterprise Scan. In the hierarchy of attributes,
folder is located below batch. Hierarchical attributes can be assigned to documents
automatically during scanning or manually. The attributes are displayed in the
Properties view.
Index
Special collection of information used to locate documents or data objects more
rapidly during searches.
The scan operator can define the index information in a form before archiving the
document. The fields of this form are defined in Enterprise Scan itself, with the
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The term Index has also a second meaning in Enterprise Scan. In the Index field of
the Properties tab, the recognized barcode or patch code is displayed. For more
information, see Barcode.
Indexing
Provision of additional information (index) to speed up search functions. When
record properties are indexed, values are entered in the properties fields of the
records. In general, user input is required here, or the values are automatically
extracted and entered from documents or from their context using special
processing modules, for example in a Document Pipeline.
Leading application
Software solution connected to a Content Server product, for example SAP,
Siebel, or Microsoft Office SharePoint Server.
OpenText Administration Client
Administrative tool for setting up and maintaining the Archive Server and its
components, such as archives, devices, disk buffers, jobs, archive modes and
users.
OpenText Archive Monitoring Web Client
See Archive Monitoring Web Client.
OpenText Imaging Enterprise Scan
See Enterprise Scan.
Patch code
See Barcode.
Servtab files
Configuration files of the Spawner, which specify which DocTools and processes to
start and how to start them.
Spawner
Service that starts and terminates the DocTools and processes of the Document
Pipelines.

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