5.2. Log in to the A-AUTO Web client

(1) From Internet Explorer 8,9,10 or 11, access to the A-AUTO Web client URL.

  • Case of A-AUTO Web Server port number is 80

http://”IP address of the computer on which you installed the A-AUTO 50″/a-auto
Example : http://172.22.198.134/a-auto

http://localhost/a-auto

  • Case of A-AUTO Web Server port number is other than 80

http://”IP address of the computer on which you installed the A-AUTO 50″:port number/a-auto
Example : http://172.22.198.134:8080/a-auto

http://localhost:8080/a-auto

login

*** Notes on Internet Explorer 10 or 11 available ***

    When using the A-AUTO Web client in Internet Explorer 10 or 11, you must perform the Compatibility View Settings.

    Click “tools”-“Compatibility View Settings” from the menu of Internet Explorer.
    -> [Compatibility View Settings] dialog box is displayed.

    IE-compatibility1

    Enter the IP address of the computer to the “Add this website” field, and Click “Add” button.
    IE-compatibility2

    Also, please add the settings to the following as a trusted site.
      [1] Click “tools”-“Internet Options” from the menu of Internet Explorer.
    -> [Internet Options] dialog box is displayed.
    internet-option1
      [2] Click in the following order.
    Select “Security”, “local Internet”, “Sites”
    internet-option2
      [3] Add Enter the following contents in “Add this website to the zone” field, and click “Add” button.
    * IP address of the computer on which you installed the A-AUTO basic license
    * about:blank
    internet-option3
      [4] Save the settings, and then restart the IE.

      * The above is a prerequisite to Set the middle below to the security level of trusted sites.

      *1 “about: blank” is required by the environment.
        For this reason, please set if it is not displayed correctly.

 
(2) Enter your user ID and password, and press the [login (L)] button.
User ID is initially registered at the time of installation.
User ID : auto
password: auto
*Trial license expiration date will be displayed dialog
login2
Expiration-date

 
(3) Click the “OK” button.

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