Installing the ZIE Host Access Toolkit

Perform the following basic steps to install the ZIE Host Access Toolkit on a Windows system:
  1. Open Installation Manager.
  2. Add the Z and I Emulator for Web repository location to the Installation Manager.
    1. On the Start page of Installation Manager, click File > Preferences, and then click Repositories. The Repositories page opens, showing any available repositories, the locations and connection status of them.
    2. On the Repositories page, click Add Repository.
    3. In the Add Repository dialog box, click Browse. Navigate to the location of your Z and I Emulator for Web disk1 and select the diskTag.inf file. Then click OK. The new repository location is listed.
    4. Click Test Connections to ensure that the Repository URL is available.
    5. From the Start page, click Install. The Installation Manager searches its defined repositories for available packages.
    6. Repeat the above steps for the 2nd disk. If you proceed without configuring the second disk, Installation Manager confirms with you for it during the installation process.
  3. Select the ZIE Host Access Toolkit package.
  4. Ensure that Version 2.0 is also selected under it. Click Next.
  5. On the Install Packages panel, select Create a new package and select HCL ZIE Host Access Toolkit as the package group name.
  6. In case the Architecture selection is set to 64-bit, change the selection to 32-bit because it is the recommended. Click Next.
  7. Select the languages you want to install. The default is English. Click Next.
  8. On the Install Packages panel, select the feature ZIE Host Access Toolkit 2.0 . The disk information in the lower area of the panel gives information about the available disk space and required disk space. Click Next.
  9. Select the tab for ZIE Host Access Toolkit 2.0 panel under the heading ZIE Host Access Toolkit 2.0 in the left tab.
  10. In the summary panel, review the selected packages and installation selections. Click Install to proceed with the installation.