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How to Install SmartPlant 3D (step-by-step guide)

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1. Configure Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator.
1. Run services.msc
2. Choose service Distributed Transaction Coordinator,
3. Right click on it, choose option Properties,
4. Choose Start type as Automatic and press Start button.
5. Press OK.
2. Verify startup of Distributed Transaction Coordinator.
1. Run comexp.msc,
2. choose Component Service Computers My Computer Distributed
Transaction Coordinator Local DTC,
3. right click, choose Properties option. Note: if you are using Windows
Firewall, press button Allow access.
4. Choose Security tab, check options:
1. Network DTC Access
2. Allow Remote Clients
3. Allow Remote Administration
4. Allow Inbound
5. Allow Outbound
6. No Authentication Required
7. Enable XA Transactions
5. Press OK Yes OK.
3. Restart Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator.
1. Run services.msc
2. choose service Distributed Transaction Coordinator
3. right click on it, choose Restart option.
4. Configure your firewall to Allow DCOM communication (in example of Windows
Firewall).
1. Control Panel -> Windows Firewall -> Allow a program or feature though
Windows Firewall -> Allow another program -> Browse

2. Type %SYSTEMROOT%\SYSTEM32\MSDTC.exe and click Open.


3. Verify that Distributed Transaction Coordinator has been added to the Allowed
programs and features list.
4. Make sure that the File and Printer Sharing option is checked.
5. Click OK.
6. Restart your computer so that the changes can take effect. The firewall can
reset itself to its default settings. If you encounter the error Cannot enlist SQL
PDS with MSDTC, review your Windows Firewall settings and verify that
they are as outlined in this procedure.
5. Windows Firewall Instructions for RPC Dynamic Ports:
1. Click Start > Control Panel > System and Security > Windows Firewall.
2. In the left panel section, select Advanced settings.
3. In the left panel section, select Inbound Rules.
4. In the right panel section under Actions, click New Rule.
5. Select Port, and then click Next.
6. Select TCP and Specific local ports.
7. Type 135 in the Specific local ports box. Click Next.
8. Select Allow the connection, and then click Next.
9. Verify that Domain, Private, and Public are selected, and then click Next.
10. In the Name box, type RPC.
11. In the Description box, type Smart 3D Name Generator RPC.
12. Click Finish.
13. Right-click the new RPC rule in the list, and then select Properties.
14. Select the Protocols and Ports tab.
15. In the Local port option, select RPC Dynamic Ports.
16. Click OK.
17. Restart your computer so that the changes can take effect.
6. Windows Firewall Instructions for Microsoft SQL Server 2008
1. Click Start > Control Panel > System and Security > Windows Firewall.
2. In the left panel section, select Advanced settings.
3. In the left panel section, select Inbound Rules.

4. In the right panel section under Actions, click New Rule.


5. Select Port, and then click Next.
6. Select TCP and Specific local ports.
7. Type 1433 in the Specific local ports box. Click Next.
8. Select Allow the connection, and then click Next.
9. Verify that Domain, Private, and Public are selected, and then click Next.
10. In the Name box, type SQL 2008 Instance.
11. In the Description box, type Smart 3D Name Generator SQL 2008 Instance.
12. Click Finish.
13. In the right panel section under Actions, click New Rule.
14. Select Port, and then click Next.
15. Select UDP and Specific local ports.
16. Type 1434 in the Specific local ports box.
17. Click Next.
18. Select Allow the connection, and then click Next.
19. Verify that Domain, Private, and Public are selected, and then click Next.
20. In the Name box, type SQL 2008 Browser.
21. In the Description box, type Smart 3D Name Generator SQL 2008 Browser.
22. Click Finish.
23. Restart
7. Install Prerequisite Software on the Client if you do not have the yet.
3. Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 (not required for Windows 7)
4. Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 SP1 Redistributable Package with MFC Security
Update
5. Microsoft XML 6.0
6. Microsoft Data Access Components 2.8.1 or higher
7. Microsoft Office
8. Adobe Acrobat Reader
9. SmartPlant License Manager 2010 (V11.0)

4. Install MS SQL Server 2008 Client.


1. While installing choose New SQL Server stand-alone installation or add
features to an existing installation option.
2. And when you get to Feature Selection, select the client features that you want
to include: Client Tools Connectivity; Management Tools Basic;
Management Tools Complete; SQL Server Books Online.
4. Register SQL Server 2008 (databases):
1. Open SQL Server Management Studio and
2. click View > Registered Servers. Registered Servers appear in the left tree
view.
3. In the tree view, right-click Database Engine, and select New > Server
Registration in the shortcut menu. The New Server Registration dialog box
appears.
4. On the General tab, enter or select the name of the server you want to register.
Click Save and exit Management Studio.
5. Install and configure Name generator.
6. Install and configure Smart 3D.
7. Install Reference data installation.
8. Create and configure database.
Download the installation guide below
SmartPlant 3D Installation Guide
Watch the Installation video;
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