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Own Server Usage

Door Tablet runs best when it's connected to your own server. When you connect to your own server you will see your:
  1. sites or location
  2. meeting spaces
  3. bookings
Connecting to Your Own Server
Before you connect Door Tablet to your own server, you will need to perform the following tasks:
  1. Register your company on this website
  2. Login to your account
  3. Download the software installer that is appropriate for your server. If you are using a Cloud Based service such as Office 365 or hosted Exchange you will be able to use the Door-Tablet.com Cloud service
  4. Install the software on the server
  5. If you are using Domino, start the Door Tablet task that will create the Door Tablet databases for you
  6. Check that all is configured OK by opening the database via a browser using this URL: http://<internal-IP-or-domain:PORT>/doortablet/doors.nsf (see Database 'dt.HELP', View 'Help Documents', Document 'Getting Started')

Create a Server Connection
Run the Door Tablet client on your tablet or PC. If you are using a Samsung Smart Signage Platform (SSSP) device, please follow the instructions here Database 'Door Tablet HELP', View 'Help Documents', Document 'Starting on SSSP' to start the client.
Click on "Add Server Connection" at the top right hand corner of the screen. You will see the following pop-up. In 'Server address' type the full http address of the server you wish to connect to:

Note: The Door Tablet server is set to listen on port 81 hence your server address will need to end with ":81"

Samsung Smart Signage Platform (SSSP)
When using SSSP, the dialogue looks different and mandates that you use an IP address instead of a DNS name:

If you make an error, use the button below 9 to delete characters (including the entire protocol, http).

Choose your server type and enter your key code (if you have set one) and click connect. You will see the following screen message:


The following screen shot shows what the home page looks like with multiple servers connected: