Installing Krisan Cafe
- First, download the KrisanCafe.exe file. Open
your favorite web browser and visit the Krisan Cafe
- When the download completes, double-click the
file to launch the setup downloader program.
- Fill the required information and click "Proceed
Wait until the download completes.
When download completes, you can click "Open
Containing Folder" to copy/move the setup file to
the location you want.
You will use the downloaded KCSetup.exe file in
installing the server and client program.
- Click Open or double-click the downloaded
KCSetup.exe file to begin the installation.
(You should install Krisan Cafe Server on
If you are not logged on to your Administrator User,
please close the setup file, log off and log on to
your Administrator User and run KCSetup.exe again.
For Windows Vista and above, UAC dialog box may
appear, just click Yes.
- Select "Server Installation (Admin)" and click
The Server Installer will appear.
- Click Next.
- Click I agree and click Next. If you'd like, you can
optionally configure the location of your Krisan Cafe
- After the setup program completes, click Finish.
To launch Krisan Cafe Server, click the icon in your
Desktop or in your All Programs menu within the Krisan
Cafe Server folder:
If you are using other 3rd party firewall, please add
Krisan Cafe Server to the exception list.
(You should first install the Client Runtime
on Administrator User.)
If you are not logged on to your Administrator User, please
log off and log on to your Administrator User and run the
setup file again.
For Windows Vista and above, UAC dialog box
may appear, just click Yes.
Select "Client Runtime (Admin)" and click Install.
Wait until the setup of Client Runtime completes.
Run the setup file again.
(For Windows Vista and above, you should
install the Client Program on Administrator User.
The Client Program will be available to all Users.)
(For Windows XP, you can install the Client Program on Standard
or Administrator User.)
(If you want to apply Client Security Settings, please
install and/or run first to Administrator User.
Let the clients and server program connect. Set all the
settings you want in the Server program. You can now install
and/or run the client program on Standard User
with the Security Settings applied.
The Client Installer will appear.
If you are running
Windows Vista or above and your User Account Control is
enabled, the following screen appears:
Click "Yes, Disable UAC"
if you agree to disable your UAC setting, otherwise
click "Disable later in Server".
To turn off UAC manually:
Go to Control Panel\User Accounts and Family Safety\User
Click "Change User Account Control settings" then drag the
slider to the bottom level.
After the setup program completes, click Finish.
If you are using third-party firewall
like ZoneAlarm and other alike program, please add Krisan Cafe Client to the
To launch Krisan Cafe Client (for the first time), click the icon in your
All Programs menu within the Krisan Cafe Client folder:
A settings dialog will appear. Please set the required
Station name/number. You can just spin the station
number for your convenience, however, you can also
set a different station name other than "Station".
Connect to this server. Enter the server computer name. The computer name can be
found under computer properties (right click
computer then click properties) or on the Krisan
Cafe Server Settings page under System, given below.
(Krisan Cafe Server's Settings page->System.)
After you set the required settings, click OK. Krisan Cafe
Client will now connect to Krisan Cafe Server for the first
time. The client station name will automatically added to the
computer list in Krisan Cafe Server.
Do these client installation steps to install Krisan Cafe
Client on all your client stations.
Congratulations — you have successfully installed the Krisan
Cafe Server and Krisan Cafe Client.
Next, run the Krisan Cafe Server.
Click YES if ask for Administrator right. (Windows
Vista and up only)
To avoid the UAC Administrator right prompt
every time Krisan Cafe starts, please turn off
your UAC at the Control Panel->User Accounts and
Family Safety . (Windows Vista and up only)
Drag the slider to the lowest level and click