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kevbrown
Creator II
Creator II

Sense Server Installation

I've been asked to install the Sense Server for the first time and I'm getting the error message -

"One or more of your persistence file share folders has not been configured properly"

What does this mean and how can i sort it?

Thanks

Kev

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kevbrown
Creator II
Creator II
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Looks like it's sorted. I was using the reference to the C drive but needed to use the server name. Thank you so much for your help. It's still running now but if I have any further problems I'll let you know

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JustinDallas
Specialist II
Specialist II

*shrugs shoulders*

Generally, when something whines about a folder, it has to do with permissions.  Does the account that Qlik Sense is running under have permissions to read/write that folder?

Here is an example of what a shared folder on my system looks like.

Perms.png

kevbrown
Creator II
Creator II
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I've tried to add a folder where the installation is putting it and I can create one. I'll go back to IT and ask for full permissions just to make sure

thanks for your reply

shraddha_g
Partner
Partner

which Qliksense Version you are trying to install?

Have you created shared folder properly with proper folder structure and access rights?

kevbrown
Creator II
Creator II
Author

Doesn't the server installer do that for you?

YoussefBelloum
Champion
Champion

You should install you qliksense server with a Windows Administrator User account

It is a prerequisite

kevbrown
Creator II
Creator II
Author

I'm an admin on the server, is that not sufficient?

kevbrown
Creator II
Creator II
Author

Does it matter that port 80 is being used elsewhere?

simon_minifie
Partner
Partner

Hi Kevin,

No, you have to have the folder created and shared out, and then during the installation, you point Sense to the folder.

Local admin will need full control as that should also include the Sense service account.

If you add additional nodes with different service accounts, they will also need full control.

Thanks,

Simon

simon_minifie
Partner
Partner

Nope, standard installation uses 443, although I would recommend that Sense sits on its own server with no other applications.

Cheers,

Simon