How to Verify that DesktopServer v3.9.x Services are Not in Resident Memory on MacOS

Open your Activity Monitor by going to your Finder –> Applications –> Utilities and clicking on the Activity Monitor icon In the Activity Monitor, click on “View –> All Processes.” Verify that DesktopServer, DesktopServerHelper, httpd, and mysqld are not running If any of the above services are running, select the service and click the “x”…

How to Verify that DesktopServer v3.9.x Services are Not in Resident Memory on Windows OS

open your Task Manager by right-clicking on your Taskbar and selecting “Task Manager.” If available, select the “More details” drop-down option Select the “Details” Tab Click to sort Name Column by Ascending Order Verify that DesktopServer.exe, DesktopServerHelper.exe, httpd.exe, and mysqld.exe are not running If any of these services are running, select the service and click…

Migrating Your Sites from DesktopServer v3.9.x to v5.0

If you have sites that you have created in DesktopServer v3.9.x and would like to work on them in DesktopServer v5.0, you’ll want to follow the instructions below. Before you begin, however, there are some things to note: While you can have both DesktopServer v3.9.x and v5.0 both installed on your system at the same…

Installing DesktopServer 5.0 On MacOS

If you are reading this, you should have already downloaded the latest DesktopServer 5.0 build. If you have not done so, then please visit Downloading DesktopServer 5.0 Alpha/Beta which walks you through registration and download of the latest DesktopServer Test Build. Once downloaded, open your Mac Finder Navigate to your “Downloads” Directory Find and Double-click…

How to Uninstall DesktopServer 5.0 from Macintosh

WARNING:This document describes how you may modify settings by entering commands in the Terminal application. Users unfamiliar with Terminal and UNIX-style environments should proceed with caution. The entry of incorrect commands may result in data loss and/or unusable system software. Improper alteration of system files can result in reduced system security and/or exposure of private…