You can register a Triofox cluster in the Triofox Partner Portal.
The Partner Portal is located at https://www.triofox.com, and you can log in here: https://www.triofox.com/management/partnerloginpage.aspx. Through the Partner Portal you can download the Triofox software as well as manage the licensing of your servers.
Typically, you download the Triofox software, set it up, and use the built-in 30-day trial period to complete the setup. Towards the end of the trial period, you assign licenses to your server via the partner portal and activate it in a production environment.
In the user interface, the Self-Hosted Triofox instance is referred to as a Cluster or a Server Farm. A Cluster can be as small as a single server or scaled out to include multiple servers in a Server farm.
Users, Devices, File Server Shares
The objects you manage in the cluster include Users and Devices as well as File Server Network Shares for Team Folder collaboration (Team Shares).
This document focuses on the management scope for a Self-Hosted Triofox. In the server management interface, the administration scopes is called Cluster Administrator.
The Cluster Administrator can manage cluster-wide functionalities, such as email SMTP server setup and worker node properties etc.
Cluster Administrator is often referred to as the Master Admin, Root Admin, or simply the Server Administrator. Although the Cluster Server Farm may have multiple servers, in most cases a server-farm with one single server is sufficient for your use case and user base.
1: All administration work is done through the web portal in a web browser. Recommended browsers include Google Chrome first, followed by Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, and Opera (Internet Explorer requires version 9 and above and includes Microsoft Edge browser).
2: The very first user who installed the Cluster Server is also the Cluster Admin.
3: You can start the administration work at any time by pointing your web browser to the Cluster Server IP address or DNS name. If you are on the Cluster Server console, you can even use http://localhost to get started.