User-supplied Variables

This document uses specific terms to indicate user-supplied variables. For example, <DomainController> indicates a domain controller. If CCF represents the NetBIOS domain name, then <CCFFQDN> indicates a fully qualified domain name, such as CCF.demo. The variable <IISSvr> indicates the name of the IIS server that CCF uses, and so on.

Wherever you see these variables, you should replace them with the actual names used in your domain. See the following table for a list of variable terms and corresponding definitions.


Definition and Example


The directory where the Desktop Agent is installed. You can specify this value; however, the default is C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Microsoft.Ccf.Samples.AgentDesktop.


Location of the AzManCCF.xml file—C:\CCF\DemoData\ in this document.


CCF administrator’s account; for example, CCFAdmin.


The administrative password.


Fully qualified domain name in the form


The server where certification authority (CA) is installed. This can be a dedicated or shared server.


The server where computer-telephony integration (CTI) services are installed.


The domain controller for CCF.


The CCF domain name.


The DNS server that CCF uses.


The IIS server that CCF uses.


The directory where the installation files are copied.. This folder must be in the root directory, such as: C:\CCF.


The line-of-business application server. This can be any computer that is running IIS except the server running CCF or the server running AIF.


The name of a computer.


The drive on which the operating system is installed (for example: C:).


A specific port that a Web application uses.


The server where the Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) are located (abbreviated as CCFRS).


The instance of SQL Server that CCF uses.


The root directory for Web content. You can specify this location; however, the default is C:\InetPub\wwwroot.