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    11= How to setup a Hive server =
    22This page gives you instructions about how to setup and run a Hive server.
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     4Certificate and Authentication:
     5 * Follow DevelopersHowtosDevelopServices
     6 * Goto Windows Services > start `Distributed Transaction Coordinator` service (needed to use transactions over multiple databases)
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     8Enable net.tcp protocols:
     9 * Control Panel > Programs & Features > Turn Windows features on or off
     10 * Expand Microsoft .NET Framework 3.x.x
     11 * Check the "Windows Communication Foundation Non-HTTP Activation" check box.
     12 * Open Visual Studio command prompt as administrator and run this command: `%windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.xxxx\ServiceModelReg.exe" -r`
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     14Setup IIS:
     15 * Open IIS Manager
     16 * Create an application pool (Hive-3.3, .net 4.x, integrated)
     17 * Open advanced settings of the application pool and select `NetworkService` as identity (if you don't have your own identities for IIS AppPools)
     18 * Create a new website (or use an existing one)
     19 * Go to bindings of the website.
     20  * Add a http-binding with port 9000.
     21  * Add a net.tcp binding with `9001:*` in the binding information.
     22 * Create a new application within the website and call it Hive-3.3 and use the already created appPool Hive-3.3
     23 * Open advanced settings of the application and enter `http, net.tcp` as enabled protocols
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     26Problem:
     27 * Exception `Could Not Load Type System.ServiceModel.Activation.HttpModule`
     28  * run `aspnet_regiis.exe -iru`