So you have a PanelView Plus 7 and want to enable its Web Server?

Well in today's article I'll show you step-by-step how to use the PanelView Plus Configuration Menu to do just that.


Step 1) Power on your PanelView Plus and return to the main configuration menu as shown below:

Note: If you don't know how to get back to the main configuration menu, check out my previous article on that topic:

Step 2) Select Exit from the main menu, and if prompted enter in the Desktop Access password, after which you should return to the Windows CE Desktop:

Step 3) Now select Start, Settings, and Control Panel:

Step 4) Next, in the Control Panel select Services near the bottom left:

Step 5) Now in the Services screen, select Web Server to turn it on and make it change from Red to Green. Then select Done to close the Services screen:

Step 6) Next select Server Config from the bottom left of the Control Panel:

Step 7) Now select the Web Server Tab and make any changes you need to make to the configuration.

Step 8) When done, select the OK button on the top right of the Network Server Configuration window. Then Yes if prompted to restart services. At this point the Web Server on the PVPlus 7 will be running:

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You can watch a video of the above procedure in the below video(s):

 

I hope you found this article helpful. If you have any questions please feel free to post them at Forums.TheAutomationBlog.com

Sincerely,

Shawn Tierney
Automation Instructor and Blogger

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Shawn Tierney

Shawn began sharing automation news and know-how online in 1996 when he launched his first BBS. Then in 1999 he moved to the internet launching ShawnMichael.com, which he later renamed ShawnMTierney.com. In 2013 he moved his automation efforts to a new website, TheAutomationBlog.com, which has since become the most popular independent industrial automation blog on the web.
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