After installation of the Secure Ad Hoc Transfer (SAT) module is complete, the help file and the Web interface appear. If the Web interface does not display the SAT e-mail form, refer to Troubleshooting Errors in the Secure Ad Hoc Transfer Module.
After the installation of the SAT module is complete, a few additional steps may be necessary:
Configure your SMTP server to allow the computer on which the SAT module is installed to relay. Refer to the following Web links for details:
Allowing application servers to relay off Exchange Server 2007 (Microsoft Exchange Team Blog)
How to troubleshoot mail relay issues in Exchange Server 2003 and in Exchange 2000 Server (Microsoft KB article ID 895853)
A few other configuration options you may want to consider:
Customize the SAT module Web interface - The Web e-mail interface, the SendMail form, is designed with default colors, background, and banner image. You can easily brand the SendMail form with your company logo and/or colors.
To configure settings such as whether to use Single-Click authentication, refer to Secure Ad Hoc Transfer's Configuration File for details of editing the configuration file (web.config).
Using the PCI Module with the Secure Ad Hoc Transfer Module - If you are using the HS module and the SAT module with EFT Server, you should have created a separate, non-PCI DSS Site that is used only for the SAT module. Or you can disable the features that are not compatible (e.g., administrator password expiration and forced reset), but that would take the Site out of compliance with the PCI DSS.
Enforcing Strong (Complex) Passwords - If your Site's complex password settings require more than 20 characters, you must configure the EFTAdHoc Settings Template to override the Site's password settings so that complex passwords for SAT temporary users contain fewer than 20 characters.
Sending Large Files - If you expect to transfer large files, e.g., 1 GB or larger, we strongly recommend that you install EFT Server on the same computer as IIS and edit settings in the SAT configuration file.
Activating Secure Ad Hoc Transfer - When you first install the Secure Ad Hoc Transfer module, you are given the choice of installing a Full or Trial version. The trial version is not time limited, but file sender operations are limited to ten per IIS session and one file at a time. Follow the instructions in Activating Secure Ad Hoc Transfer to activate the full version.
The help file, adhoc.chm can be found in the SAT installation folder (e.g., C:\Inetpub\EFTAdHoc) and on the EFT Server computer in the EFT Server installation folder (e.g., C:\Program Files\GlobalSCAPE\EFT Server Enterprise). For the release notes, refer to notes.txt in the EFT Server installation folder or the GlobalSCAPE support page http://www.globalscape.com/eft/sat_history.aspx.