ZendHQ User Interface Installation
ZendHQ has a separate user interface (GUI) for interacting with the daemon.
Supported platforms for ZendHQ User Interface
The following details all platforms on which ZendHQ User Interface is currently supported:
|Operating system||Supported version(s)|
10, 11, or Server 2016, 2019, or 2022
The latest Linux version is included in the 'gui' subdirectory. You can download it from:
Select the release appropriate for your platform, and extract its contents to a directory. It contains two files, an executable, and a resources.neu file; both MUST be present for the executable to run.
The User Interface has an auto-update feature.
Assuming you have the ZendHQ daemon running somewhere, you can double-click the executable to start the ZendHQ User Interface, and then provide it the IP address or DNS-resolvable name to connect to ZendHQ; if you are using one of the provided setups, use either 127.0.0.1 or localhost for the server. By default, the token is "zendphp".
Windows-specific installation notes
In some cases when running on Windows, you may need to grant privileges so that you can make HTTP and websocket requests to localhost. You can achieve this by running the following from a command prompt:
CheckNetIsolation.exe LoopbackExempt -a -n="Microsoft.Win32WebViewHost_cw5n1h2txyewy"
Some versions of Windows do not include the WebView component by default, which causes the ZendHQ User Interface to display a blank screen. Known versions affected include Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows Server 2019 Datacenter. To fix this issue, you need to install the WebView2 component. You can download the component here.
After you have installed WebView2, relaunch the ZendHQ User Interface to verify the fix.