Install RadEditor Lite on MOSS Farm

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  1. Donald
    Donald avatar
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    Apr 2008

    Posted 24 Apr 2008 Link to this post

    I have a 3 server MOSS farm consisting of 2 front ends and 1 application server. Both front end servers are 64 bit, the application server is 32 bet, all running Server 2003EE, sp2. Both front end servers use MS Network Load Balancing and are ssl.

    I've read the deployment and config manual and am not clear on the following:
    1. Any known issues with running on a farm? I found this link, Moss Farm issue, any thing else to be careful of?
    2. Is RadEditor Lite compatabile with both 64 and 32 bit OS's?
    3. Any issues with running RadLite in the mixed OS environment?
    4. Any issues with running RadLite using MS load balancing?
    5. Where should the stsadm command be run from? My guess would be from either of the front end servers would be best?

    Thank You,

    Don C

  2. George
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    Posted 29 Apr 2008 Link to this post

    Hi Donald,

    Straight to your questions:
    1. Any known issues with running on a farm? I found this link, Moss Farm issue, any thing else to be careful of?
      Currently there are no know issues when running the editor on a farm. Please note however that if you change anything in the editor's configuration you will need to update the both front end servers.
       
    2. Is RadEditor Lite compatible with both 64 and 32 bit OS's?
      Yes it is.
       
    3. Any issues with running RadLite in the mixed OS environment?
      There are no problems because the RadEditor solution deploys only on the front end servers.
       
    4. Any issues with running RadLite using MS load balancing?
      There are no known issues.
       
    5. Where should the stsadm command be run from? My guess would be from either of the front end servers would be best? 
      Yes the command should be run from the  front end servers - the RadEditor solution deploys only on the front end servers.


    Sincerely,
    George
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