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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.
This feature is currently available to CurrentWare Subscription plan customers. If you are on a previous Permanent license plan, you will need to migrate plans to have access to the Web Console. If you’d like to get a quote, contact our team. It may take up to 1 business day to get pricing information.
The Web Console must be installed on a PC that allows IIS installation. You can see the system requirements to make sure your PC/Server supports IIS. You can get the CurrentWare download package from the download page.
There are two components you need to install to get CurrentWare running on your network.
Pick a computer to install the CurrentWare Server/Console on. Usually, this is installed on a person’s computer that is responsible for managing the other computers on the network. With the web console you are able to access the console anywhere in your network from the web browser of your choice.
Recommended install locations:
Note: When installing CurrentWare, we recommend installing and connecting SQL Server as the database.
Next Step: Obtain your cwServer computer name for the client install
Go to Start menu > type in CMD and press the enter key to launch the command prompt. In command prompt, type in Hostname. This will display the computer name of your CurrentWare Server. Write this down, you will need to for the client install.
Launch the Web Console from any networked Internet browser by typing in your computer name followed by the Web Console port number (8998) on the address bar:
You can find the client installation steps here.
Interested in seeing a demo of the new Web Console? Contact us or start a live chat with us