TeamLab Server Solutions 6.5 Now at Your Disposal

15 November 2012By Elena

Dear server & open source version users,

SourceForgeToday’s post is intended for you! As you might guess from the title, the much-anticipated TeamLab server and open source versions 6.5 are already available at SourceForge. The following files can be found under this link:

  • – open source version 6.5 that can be compiled and run on your own server, customized and improved under the GNU GPL v.3 license
  • TeamLab_Migration_to_v6.5.pdf – instructions on how to migrate from open source version 6.0 to 6.5
  • TeamLabServer.exe – server version 6.5 that can be installed on your own server with MySQL and Microsoft IIS by following the easy steps of a setup wizard
  • TeamLabServerExpress.exe – server express version 6.5 that can be installed on your own server by following the easy steps of a setup wizard (no MySQL and Microsoft IIS needed)

Note: the migration from server (or server express) version 6.0 to 6.5 will be performed automatically when you run the appropriate .exe file.

In case you use Windows Server 2012, you’ll need to make some alterations in its settings to get TeamLab run:

1. go to C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\config\applicationHost.config
2. find the <sectionGroup name=”system.webServer”> section
3. change <section name=”handlers” overrideModeDefault=”Deny” /> to <section name=”handlers” overrideModeDefault=”Allow” />
4. change <section name=”modules” overrideModeDefault=”Deny” /> to <section name=”modules” overrideModeDefault=”Allow” />

Now using TeamLab version 6.5 you can:

– divide a task into subtasks within a project
– assign a task to several portal users
– set high priority to the needed tasks
– change project status (active, paused or closed)
– create new history event categories in the CRM module
– grant administrator privileges for certain modules only
– grant access to modules for the selected users only
– take advantage of the filter bar within every module

That’s all for today! If you have any questions, feel free to ask them in comments to this post. As usual, your suggestions on how to improve TeamLab are welcome on our special feedback page.