Testing the connection to memoQweb

To test if memoQWeb works, start a web browser on the server computer itself, and open the fol-lowing address: http://localhost/memoqweb. If you have typed a different application name during installation, use that name after http://localhost/ (instead of ’memoqweb’).

To test secure connections to memoQweb, start the address with https: https://localhost/memoqweb.

If you do this, you will test memoQWeb directly, without any network problems that may also make memoQWeb unaccessible.

If the installation is successful, the memoQWeb sign in screen will show up. Sign in to the memoQWeb interface using a valid name and password, and check if you can see the admin pages, or the list of projects and documents, or if you can access qTerm.

Depending on your group membership and privileges, you may see and use different parts of memoQWeb, but if you sign in with a user who is member of the Administrators group on the memoQ server, you should be able to access all pages.

To learn how to manage users, groups, and projects on memoQweb, see memoQweb help.

Troubleshooting memoQWeb

A configuration error message appears when you try to connect to memoQWebTrans

Setup program refuses to run; complains that .NET 4.0 is not installed (Windows Server 2008 R2)

Setup program aborts at the first screen on systems running IIS 7 (Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012 and R2)

An error message appears when you attempt to connect to memoQWebTrans on a 64-bit server