Information on supported operating systems can be found in the Installation Guide along with suggested minimum PC specifications for differently sized databases.
Other Installation Actions
Perform these as applicable to your system requirements.
Adding an ODBC Connection
In order for third party applications (including Crystal Reports) to access the ClearSCADA server using the ODBC interface, a new Data Source (ODBC) needs to be configured.
Open the Data Sources (ODBC) dialog from the Administrative Tools menu.
Select the System DSN tab.
Select the Add... button.
Select the ClearSCADA Driver and select finish.
Some clients (for example SQL Server) will not handle the default ClearSCADA time value of 1-Jan-1601. For this type of client, enable the option to return uninitialized time values as NULL.
Click on OK to complete the setup.
Allow Virtual Server Account services to run and access files
From ClearSCADA 2017 the License Server for client licensing (plus Port Server and AEPrinter services) use virtual accounts. The "NT SERVICE\ALL SERVICES" account should be assigned the "Log on as a service" user right, see https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc794944(v=ws.10).aspx for details on how to do this. Virtual accounts will not work without this. If this is not configured, an error will be shown in the Windows system logs. This virtual user also will needs to be granted permissions to read the directory where the license file is stored, if applicable.
Script Debugger Installation
ClearSCADA includes a Client Side Scripting feature. To make full use of this feature we recommend installing the Windows Script Debugger. This will allow you to interactively debug your scripts.
To install the debugger:
Insert the ClearSCADA CD in your CD drive.
Select 'Browse' CD from the Menu.
Navigate to the 'Components\Script Debugger' folder.