Get started with FSI Server 2018
This site helps you to get started with the new version.
You can either choose to use a WAR file or the convenient installation with a docker file.
Please note: The WAR bundle requires an installation of Tomcat and Java Runtime Environment first.
Please keep the System Requirements in mind:
Minimum System Requirements:
- Quad Core CPU or better
- 512 MB RAM per CPU core
- Operating System: tested with
- Linux (x86_64)
- Windows Server 2008, 2010, 2012 (with Apache Tomcat)
- Windows Server 2012 R2 & 2016 (only supported with Docker)
- Oracle/Sun Java SE 8 or OpenJDK 8 (without CMYK and FPX support) – 64 Bit only
- Java Application server Apache Tomcat 8.0 or 8.5
Recommended System Requirements:
- Minimum Cores / Threads: 4
- Minimum 4GB Java-VM RAM
- Minimum 512 MB per Thread
- Operating System: Linux 64-bit
We have also implemented a complete new and powerful user account system at our website. Your account enables you to display and manage all NeptuneLabs relevant data in one instance. All your quotes and invoices are directly linked to your account, which also contains an overview of all your NeptuneLabs licences.
Furthermore, you are able to generate your licence keys directly within your account.
If you already have created an account at www.neptunelabs.com or www.fsi-viewer.com in the past, you can sign in with your existing credentials. If you do not have an account yet, you can create one easily with your mail address.
We have also made licensing easier and faster. New licences are machine bound and will replace the old FQDN bound licences.
Additionally, you are now able to generate licence keys directly via the FSI Server web interface or via the new NeptuneLabs customer accounts on our website.
The Licence Request Data contains the unique LRD of your machine, which can be found in the Licence tab of your FSI Server web interface.
You can generate a 60-days trial licence right away, for a permanent licence, please contact us.
In the web interface of the FSI Server 2018, go to the Licence tab, and press the right button “Install Licence” – then you log into your user account with your mail address and then you can choose the licence you would like to install on.