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HTTP Commander install on Amazon Web Services AWS

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Using Http Commander's AMI, you can host your own file share solution for your organization in less than 10 minutes. The Http Commander AMI image is built on top of Windows 2012 R2 OS.

In this tutorial we assume that you already have an AWS account. If you don't have an AWS account, use the following procedure to create one.
To create an AWS account
  1. Open http://aws.amazon.com/, and then choose Create an AWS Account.
  2. Follow the online instructions.
Part of the sign-up procedure involves receiving a phone call and entering a PIN using the phone keypad.

Steps To Launch Http Commander AMI
  1. Login to AWS management console and Click EC2 under "Compute" section
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  2. Click "Launch Instance" button on EC2 Dashboard.
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  3. Search HttpCommander AMI in community AMIs. Choose the latest available version.
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  4. Choose the desired Amazon EC2 Instance type.
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  5. Check instance details. You can keep it as is.
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  6. Configure storage options for instance. By default 30 Gb magnetic type volume used.
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  7. Set instance tags. Not required, you can skip this step.
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  8. Configure Security groups to open up the port 80 for HTTP access, 443 for HTTPS (if required) and port 3389 for rdp access.
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  9. Confirm type of boot volume.
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  10. Complete the Final Review and click launch button.
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  11. Create new or use existing keypair and launch the instance.
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  12. Navigate to instances section in EC2 console. You can see your Http Commander instance is running. Please copy the Public DNS name to test access to the Http Commander.
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  13. Type 'http://<public_dns_name>/HTCOMNET' in your browser to access the HttpCommander.
    Use admin/admin as username/password to login to the Http Commander.
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  14. Use 8b(Sr@*VZ; as password for Administrator account to connect to the instance by RDP.
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