NOTE: To deploy your Sitefinity project to Windows Azure, you must first create and develop your project locally, using one of the other supported Windows platforms.
NOTE: You cannot run Sitefinity under Windows XP.
IMPORTANT: To successfully deploy Sitefinity, your hosting provider must support .NET 4.5 Framework and Full trust.
You can run your website in any cloud environment that supports Windows Server role instances, such as RackSpace and Amazon AWS. In these scenarios, you can set up your website as part of a load-balanced environment.
Auto scaling in load-balanced scenarios is supported only for Windows Azure cloud service. In all other cloud IaaS providers Sitefinity supports only the standard Network Load Balancing mode.
For more information, see Deploy projects to Windows Azure and Load balancing.
If you want to use Geo location API, you must use Microsoft SQL Server or SQL Express 2008 or higher. Microsoft SQL Server and SQL Express 2005, Oracle, and MySQL do not support Geo Location API.
For more information about Geo locations, see Address custom field.
IMPORTANT: If you are using Microsoft SQL Server and SQL Express 2005, Oracle, or MySQL databases, disable Geo locations in the following way:
Silverlight settings are optional. You must configure your environment for Silverlight, only if you want to support browsers that do not support HTML5.
If you need to use Silverlight, you must, perform the following:
NOTE: Silverlight 4+ is not supported for MAC PowerPC.
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