System Requirements

Compatibility with AccuAccount

AccuAccount (18.1.7299.15) SP1 or later.

In order for AccuAccount to run correctly, as well as increase performance and security, both the Application Pool mode and the Authentication configuration need to be migrated based on changes from IIS 6 to IIS 7 or later.

How to Migrate from Classic Mode to Integrated Mode in IIS
Below is how to change the Managed Pipeline Mode in IIS:
  1. Right click on the appropriate Application Pool from the Name column and select Advanced Settings… OR select the Name from the actions pane after selecting the application pool.
  2. Change the Managed Pipeline Mode to Integrated.
  3. Click OK to save the changes. *The application pool will recycle automatically.
How to Review and/or Migrate the Authentication Configuration in IIS
Below is how to check to ensure the <authentication> configuration was migrated in IIS:
  1. Select the AccuAcccount application from the connections panel.
  2. Click on the Configuration Editor and select Open Feature from the actions panel.
    1. From the Section drop down, expand system.webServer/security/authentication/
    2. Select the authentication mode and review the ApplicationHost.config for accuracy. 
Below is how to change the <authentication> configuration in IIS:
  1. Select the  AccuAcccount application from the connections panel.
  2. Click on Authentication and select Open Feature from the actions panel.
    1. Select the appropriate authentication mode from the Name column and change the Status through the actions panel.
How to Review and/or Migrate the Authentication Configuration in IIS for the Services Folder
Below is how to check to ensure the <authentication> configuration has Anonymous Authentication enabled, which is required for the use of Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Web Services to send asynchronous messages/data from one service endpoint to another:
  1. Select the Services folder under the virtual application pool hosting AccuAcccount from the connections panel.
  2. Click on the Configuration Editor and select Open Feature from the actions panel.
    1. From the Section drop down, expand system.webServer/security/authentication/
    2. Select the anonymousAuthentication mode and ensure it is enabled.
    3. Review the other authentication modes to ensure they are disabled.
Below is how to change the <authentication> configuration for the Services folder in IIS:
  1. Select the Services folder under the virtual application pool hosting AccuAcccount from the connections panel.
  2. Click on Authentication and select Open Feature from the actions panel.
    1. Select the anonymousAuthentication mode from the Name column and change the Status to Enabled through the actions panel.
    2. Review the other authentication modes to ensure they are disabled.
      1. If another mode is enabled, select the mode from the Name column and change the Status to Disabled through the actions panel.
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