Your XSF server needs to be accessible in your network through a browser. It should be able to communicate with the SQL Server.
Your server needs a Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN), not a partial name.
You will need to be able to make DNS changes for your organization's domain
The FQDN will have to resolve to your server IP from the Internet
Always use the default ports unless it is restricted, either 80 for http or 443 for https, depending on if you enable SSL encryption. The use of SSL is necessary for a proper communication with Microsoft services.
For servers with multiple roles, allow traffic on multiple ports:
443 (default) production
Make sure your firewall allows traffic on these ports.
Create the installation folder: C:\Xpertdoc-SmartFlows .
The use of SSL encryption is required in almost every case. For SSL encryption to be enabled, you will need an SSL Certificate that matches the FQDN.
The recommended format is PFX, which is a Windows standard format.
The Certificate needs to be valid
You should have the PFX password available
Store the PFX file inside the installation folder (C:\Xpertdoc-SmartFlows).