After you complete installing or upgrading the triPOS software, you must perform the following steps:

  1. Make a note of the developerKey and the developerSecret.
  2. Edit the triPOS.config file.
  3. Create a self-signed certificate.
  4. Bind the certificate to the listening port.
  5. Verify the configuration

To make a note of developerKey and the developerSecret

1. Go to C:\Program Files (x86)\Vantiv\triPOS Service.

2. Open the triPOS.config file in Notepad as an Administrator.

3. Search for the following:

  • developerKey: Search for developerKey and make a note of the associated value.
  • developerSecret: Search for developerSecret and make a note of the associated value.

  Note: You will need developerKey and developerSecret to configure Vantiv as the
  payment processor in Zenoti.
 

To edit the triPOS.config file

1. Open the triPOS.config file in Notepad as an Administrator.

2. Make the following changes:

  • Listening Port
    1. Search for <listeningPort>.
    2. Make a note of the port number. For example, 8081. You will need this to bind
        the self signed certificate (explained in the following section).
     
  • Set secure version of HTTP
    1. Search for <useHttps>false</useHttps>
    2. Change to <useHttps>true</useHttps>
     
  • Change test mode
    1. Search for <testMode>true</testMode> .
    2. Change to <testMode>false</testMode> .
       
  • Set CORS
    1. Search for <corsAllowedOrigins />.
    2. Change to <corsAllowedOrigins>*</corsAllowedOrigins> .

    Note: If you do not find <corsAllowedOrigins />, search for corsAllowedOrigins .
    You will find it as part of a comment.

    You must add <corsAllowedOrigins>*</corsAllowedOrigins> as a code below the comment.
  • Set EMV
    1. Search for <isEmvSupported>false</isEmvSupported> .
    2. Update to <isEmvSupported>true</isEmvSupported> .
     
  • Set TIPS
    1. Search for <isTipAllowed>false</isTipAllowed> .
    2. Change to <isTipAllowed>True</isTipAllowed> .
      
  • Set the suggested TIP amounts
    1. Search for <tipSelections>15%, 18%, 20%, none</tipSelections> .
    2. Replace none with other to allow for custom tips as follows:
        <tipSelections>10%, 15%, 20%, other</tipSelections> .

3. Search for laneId="1"  and do the following: 

   Delete "<!--"
 
   Update the COM port

  1. Search for <comPort> .
  2. Update the COM port to reflect the COM port you set while installing the device drivers.
    Example: If you have set the COM port to 9, the comPort value must be as follows:
    <comPort>COM9</comPort> .
    Note: You can check the COM port from the Device Manager

   Update the driver

  • If your device model is Vx 805:
  1. Search for <driver> .
  2. Update the driver value to VeriFoneXpi.
    Example: <driver>VeriFoneXpi</driver>
  • If you device model is MX915:
  1. Search for <driver> .
  2. Update the driver value to VerifoneFormAgentXpi .
    Example: <driver>VeriFoneFormAgentXpi</driver>

4. Save file.

  1. Click File > Save as.
  2. Save this to the desktop.
  3. Name the file as triPOS.config.
  4. Change Save as type to All Files (*.*).

5. Reopen the tripos folder and drag this file into the folder to replace the original.

6. Restart triPOS Service.

  1. Search for Services in windows.
    - If Services do not show, search for Admin Tools; Services are in the Admin  
      Tools file.
  2. Right click and click Run as admin.
  3. Find triPOS service is the list.
  4. Right click and restart.
  5. The device cycles and shows the company name. 

Proceed with the next step of creating a self signed certificate and binding it to the listening port.

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