What is the Web Console ?
CurrentWare Web Console brings everything that you love in CurrentWare to a modern web browser. This means you can manage everything in CurrentWare – like computers/users, policies, reports and updates – from anywhere.
To learn more about the new CurrentWare Web console, check out this page.
Getting Access to the Web Console
This feature is currently in beta and is subject to new changes. If you’d like to try the Web Console beta, contact our team. It may take up to 1 business day to get access to the closed beta.
Before you Install the Web Console
The Web Console is installed on top of an existing CurrentWare Server. If you don’t have a CurrentWare Server installed, you can download the CurrentWare Server setup file from the download page.
Installing the CurrentWare Web Console
- Make sure a CurrentWare Server is installed on your computer.
- Run the cwWebConsole.exe to begin your installation.
- During the install, IIS will be enabled on your computer and the program files are stored under a different directory on your computer than your existing CurrentWare Server (C:\Program Files (x86)\CurrentWare Web Console).
- Launch the Web Console from any Internet browser by typing in your computer name followed by the Web Console port number (8998) on the address bar: