Exchange and Door Tablet combined

Install the Door Tablet server on the same machine you run Microsoft Exchange -- this should not be a problem.  This configuration not only saves on hardware but also improves the connection speed between Door Tablet and Exchange.  In most cases, clients install the Door Tablet server on the cloud, using this configuration.

Create Door Tablet Rooms
If you would like to automate the creation of Door Tablet meeting rooms, read the help document, Prepare Exchange, on how to do this.  Otherwise, you can just create rooms using the room address.

Basic configuration
  1. Find the Exchange EWS URL and set it in the Door Tablet system profile.  As you use the local host, Door Tablet can use that and avoid DNS lookups
  2. Ask for the name and password of an administrator who has been assigned full rights to the rooms to be used
  3. Set the above details in the Door Tablet system profile
  4. Test the connection

Other Architectures

You can enable Door Tablet to read your rooms from Exchange automatically .  For this you will need to ask your Exchange administrator to create a room-list group.  This is an easy task but still optional.
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Combined Server
You can run the Door Tablet Server n the same box as your Exchange Server. Install the Door Tablet server and it will not onflict with your Exchange installation. The HTTP task runs on Port 81 by default and other ports may be easily modified
Use a web browser to to administer the Door Tablet server, control tablet functionality and branding at room level and perform all admin functions
Door Tablet Clients
Use a variety of clients to connect to the Door Tablet Server. Use Android tablets, Apple iPads tablets or Microsoft Surface tablets. You can also use any modern browser on any display to connect as a client to the server. Use large TV screens to greet guests and display a room group schedule