Configuration of FIT is done by running it immediately after it has been installed. FIT will start, and then with your web browser go to the appropriate webpage and start configuring!
Start FIT in the location that you installed it.
If a browser window does not automatically open when you start FIT, you must point your web browser to the appropriate URL. If you are running your web browser on the same machine that you are running FIT, you can probably use http://127.0.0.1:10000 or http://localhost:10000. If you are running a web browser on a different machine, you will want to use the name of the machine where FIT is installed, on port 10000. If you are not sure what you should be using, check with your network administrator.
Choose a template to use. All templates are fully customizable, so if you’re not sure which template to choose, pick any one for now and you can change it later. If you wish, you can also choose any available modules you’d like to add. Click the “Next Step” button when you are satisfied with your choices.
Create an admin user for FIT so that you can login. Enter a username and password that will be used to login to the system for the first time. Once you are logged in, you can then enter all the users you wish. If you forget this password, you can delete the server.cfg file and start this process again. When you are satisfied with the user setup, click the “Complete Installation” button.
Review your choices and you are ready to start using FIT. Upon clicking the “Complete Installation” button, you can login with one of the username you created and start using FIT!
If you would like to re-run the installation process, delete the file called “server.cfg” created in the FIT directory. When this file exists, FIT runs in tracking mode – but when it is not found, FIT runs in installation mode.
Here we’ll direct them to some admin documentation.