Setting up Microsoft Windows 2008 R2 Server for ShoreTel

October 28th, 2011

ShoreTel currently runs on Microsoft Servers.   There are a number of Windows components that need to be installed to support the deployment.  If you have been installing ShoreTel for any period of time you already know that  FTP and SMTP services  along with Microsoft Windows ASP.NET, IIS and certain of its components are also required including Active Server Pages and Server Side Includes.  I also recommend that you get HyperTerminal, or better Putty to support SSL connections to ShoreTel switches loaded on your HQ server.    I find SQLyog to be an effective trouble shooting tool, so I also get that on the HQ desktop.  Having Adobe available will enable you to read the online documentation that ShoreTel provides.    If you are new to Microsoft 2008 servers the process for loading Windows Components is a bit different, so this silent video clip will walk you through the process.

3 responses to “Setting up Microsoft Windows 2008 R2 Server for ShoreTel”

  1. […] listing what roles in Windows 2k8 R2 are needed, but I found a video here that outlined it: Setting up Microsoft Windows 2008 R2 Server for ShoreTel | DrVoIP Tech Blog Thanks. Reply With Quote + Reply to Thread « Previous […]

  2. L says:

    does this work on windows server 2008R2 with SP2 ?

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Ask DrVoIP

ask drvoip

Network Readiness Assessment

drvoip readiness checklist

Is your network Ready?

Complimentary free download - DrVoIP VoIP Network Readiness Assessment Checklist (pdf)

Download Now ›

Training Videos

shoretel ipbx cisco cusm
shoretel ecc audio voice prompts
cisco uccx call back option
generic call queue cc admin


web stats

© Copyright 2021
Follow DrVoIP