If I can, I would like to preface by stating that I am not looking for help on creation of documents/topics/traning in UPK. What I am concerned with is the deployment of the UPK product itself. What I've done is download UPK 3.5 and I read the document entitled "Installation & Administration", from this document I embarked on the task of doing a multi user type install. The result of this effort is that when I use the UPK developer client on any client be it the server or another computer on which the developer client has been installed content is truly shared after publishing and checking in.
What I cannot figure out for the life of me is how to access that library from a webpage and use the tracking feature. I have read "Content Deployment" but still cannot quite understand. IIS is up and running and I did create the virtual directory (called it UPK) and pointed it ot the folder where the shared content is, but when I browse that directory via Internet Explorer I cannot find content. My IIS as a result of my efforts has three virtual directories under the default web site.
1.ODSContent (default name given and created by install of server)
2.ODSTrack (created by installation of tracking after installing server to same machine)
3.UPK, which is the virtual directory that i created and pointed to the shared content folder during install of server.
Ultimately I can't even quite figure out which of these end users will pont their browsers to?
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