You can install the application either via an installation wizard or silently via a command line with parameters.
Before starting the installation, create a queue on the MyQ web administrator interface with User Detection Method set to Smart Job Manager.
Installation via the setup wizard
To install MyQ Smart Job Manager via the setup wizard, follow the steps below:
Download the latest available version of the installation file from the MyQ Community portal.
Run the installation file. The MyQ Smart Job Manager setup wizard dialog opens.
Click Next. The End-User License Agreement window opens.
Select I accept the terms in the License Agreement and click Next. The Select Installation Folder window opens.
Accept the default folder (C:\Program Files\MyQ\Smart Job Manager) and click Next, or click Browse to select a different path and click Next.
Set up the application:
Server address: Enter the IP address or host name of the MyQ server.
Server port: Enter the MyQ server's port. By default, it is 8090 for a secure (SSL) connection.
Automatically switch between multiple servers: Check the box if you wish SJM to automatically switch between multiple servers on an IP subnet. This is done by uploading a CSV file with the required information, by adding the exact path to the file in the CSV file path field, or by clicking ... and browsing for the file. Click Next once done.
User Authentication: Select one of the authentication methods and click Next:
Windows single sign-on: With this option selected, the job sender is identified as the OS user account, where the jobs are sent from.
Login: With this option selected, the job sender has to log in under their MyQ credentials. The job sender is then identified as the logged in MyQ user. You can select up to three login options: PIN, Username and
password and ID Card, as well as the Enable the Remember Me feature, which is used to display/hide the option to remember the logging user.
List of MyQ users: With this option selected, the job sender has to select one of the MyQ user accounts from the list of all MyQ users. The job sender is then identified as the selected MyQ user.
Click Finish to leave the setup. SJM in now installed and running in the background.
IP subnet CSV file information
To automatically switch between multiple servers on an IP subnet, the uploaded CSV file should contain the information about the subnets. The file's headers should be subnet, host, and port, as seen on the image below.
In case the configuration for the current subnet does not match or something is incorrect on the file or it can't be opened, SJM will use the configuration for the connection from the registry, set during the installation.
If this feature is enabled, the logic is triggered every time the PC starts or there is an event in the network settings.
This feature doesn't restart the Service, it just updates the settings in the memory.
If a user is connected on 2 (Wi-Fi, cable) networks and one of them is known, SJM uses the settings for the known network.