On-premise BIMcollab space - Preparation of a Microsoft Windows server

On-premise BIMcollab space - Preparation of a Microsoft Windows server

The document in the attachment of this article contains a guide how to properly prepare a Microsoft Windows server, to be used to host your on-premise BIMcollab space. The preparation needs to be completed before the BIMcollab team can install the software on the server.
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