NOTE: In case you want to enable Roslyn compiler for your new project, you need to manually install the Roslyn package. For more information, see Optimize website startup.
Perform the following procedure:
NOTE: The first time you start Sitefinity CMS Project Manager, the Sitefinity CMS License agreement appears. To continue, you must click I agree. If you click Cancel, the window closes and next time you start Sitefinity CMS the license agreement appears again.
NOTE: Sitefinity CMS projects that are stored on the local file system (not through IIS) are launched using the built-in web server.
NOTE: : If you are not using a trial version, you must have purchased a license.
For more information, contact Sitefinity CMS Sales department.
NOTE: To upload the license file manually, you must have downloaded it from the Sitefinity CMS website and saved it on your computer. To do this, login with your account on www.sitefinity.com. Click Telerik Your Account and click Download and Manage products » Manage Domains and Licenses. The License confirmation window appears where you click Finish.
RESULT: Your project is created and appears as an entry in the list of projects in the Sitefinity CMS Project Manager, together with information for the version, creation date, location, and URL. Your project’s files are created in the location you have chosen in Step 3.
To run the project, you must first configure it. For more information, see Configure and start a project.
To delete a created project, select it and click Delete in the toolbar of the project manager.
NOTE: You can upgrade your license later through Sitefinity CMS Administration section. For more information, see Licenses.
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