Are you curious about installing Vision on your local server? This guide offers a detailed, step-by-step tutorial to ensure a smooth and successful installation process. By following these instructions, you'll be able to start your new Vision server with confidence.
Preparing the Bootable USB Drive
Before you begin the installation, make sure your USB drive meets the following requirements:
Step 1: File System Selection
Format the USB drive using the FAT32 file system. This is a recommended file system for this process, as opposed to NTFS or any other default file system (see Figure 1).
Figure 1 – USB drive format
Step 2: Storage Capacity
Your USB drive should have at least 12 GB of free space. This storage capacity is necessary to accommodate the installation requirements.
Step 3: Download the ISO File
Download the latest Vision Local Server ISO file. This file is essential for the installation process
Step 4: Creating a Bootable USB Drive
Use one of the recommended tools below or your preferred tool to create a bootable USB drive with the downloaded ISO file:
Figure 2 – Win32 Disk imager
To begin the installation, follow these steps:
Step 1: Insert the Bootable USB Stick
After preparing the bootable USB stick with the Vision Local Server production image, insert it into the dedicated PC for Local Vision Server (LVS) installation.
Step 2: Configure Boot Options
Choose to boot from the USB stick (see Figure 3).
Figure 3 – Boot Device
Step 3: Connection Code
After the installation is complete, a setup menu will appear. Enter the following information:
- Cloud server – Add hostname using the predefined domain – "app.nsoft.vision"
- Connection code - To generate the connection code, first create a location by following the provided steps.
Figure 4 – Setup Menu
Your PC will automatically reboot, and a Command Prompt window will appear.
After successfully installing the Local Vision Server, you can:
Remember, the key to a successful Vision server installation is to follow these steps carefully. If you have any questions or need further assistance, feel free to reach out to our support team.