If the PC has a Waters image, follow the instructions in Section i.
If the PC does not have a Waters image, go to Section ii.
i) Preconfigured Waters Image
The Waters image is not fully configured for FTP boot sequence instruments. To use the Waters image, the following settings must be changed:
Enable Anonymous Authentication in the Default FTP site.
- Enable Basic Authentication for the Micromass account in the Default FTP Site (FTP Authentication Rules, allow Micromass account).
- Firewall exceptions
Alternatively, and usually more easily, uninstall the FTP service as detailed below, and then follow the instructions in Section ii.
To uninstall the FTP service:
Right-click Computer and select Manage to open Computer Management. Browse to Services and Applications > Internet Information Services (IIS) Management. In Connections, expand the tree and select Sites > Default FTP Site. Right-click and select Remove.
Confirm the removal, and then follow the instructions in Section ii.
ii) Installing Internet Information Services (IIS)
Go to Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features, and click the Turn Windows features on or off link. Select all the options of Internet Information Services, and then click OK to complete the installation. It takes a few minutes to configure components.
iii) IIS Properties Setup
Right-click Computer and select Manage to open Computer Management. Select Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
In Connections, expand to Default Web site. From the bottom of the tab, select Features View . Go to the IIS section.
Double-click on Authentication. Select Anonymous Authentication, and click Enable in Actions, which enables anonymous authentication.
Note: Depending on the image of Windows 7 Professional 64 bit installed, the steps in red may not apply and can be skipped.
It is recommended to add modules instead of filters in Windows 7. Copy the files compfilt.dll, md5filt.dll, pwsdata.dll, and sspifilt.dll from the Windows7-IISModules folder (attached to the same service note as this document) and paste them into the folder C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv.
Note: You must first unzip this folder.
Then, copy the Install_IIS_Modules.bat file from this folder to your desktop, and run the batch file to install the four IIS modules.
Go to Control Panel > System and Security > Administrative Tools and open the Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager. Select Default Web Site, and then, in the main panel in the IIS pane, double-click Modules to confirm that the four modules (compfilt.dll, md5filt.dll, pwsdata.dll, and sspifilt.dll) are present.
v) FTP Service
Select Sites and, in Actions, click on Add FTP Site, which launches the Add FTP Site wizard. Specify the FTP Site name (Default FTP Site) and the Content Directory (C:\).