April 25, 2014

Installing & Uninstalling Go Daddy’s Workspace Desktop Tool

If you have a Go Daddy email and/or Online File Folder account, you can download and install the neat Workspace Desktop tool, which alerts you to incoming email messages and lets you manage your Online File Folder account from your local machine without having to log in with your browser.

Workspace Desktop Email Notifier — sends alerts when you receive new messages in Web-Based Email.

Workspace Desktop Online File Folder — lets you access files in your Online File Folder account and create document backups.

Here’s how to install and, should you wish to, uninstall Workspace Desktop on your machine:

 To Install Workspace Desktop Using Web-Based Email

Log in to your Web-Based Email account.

From the Tools menu, click Notifier.

Click Install Now.

Follow the prompts through the installation wizard.

 

To Install Workspace Desktop Using Online File Folder

Log in to your Online File Folder.

From the Tools menu, click Workspace Desktop.

Click Install Now.

Follow the prompts through the installation wizard.

Uninstalling Workspace Desktop

If you want to uninstall Workspace Desktop, you can do so by following the instructions below. Keep in mind that uninstalling Workspace Desktop removes Email Notifier, Online File Folder backups and Drive Map from your computer.

To Uninstall Workspace Desktop on a PC

From the Start menu, select Control Panel.

In your Control Panel, double-click Add or Remove Programs. For Windows 7 users, this option is Programs and Features.

In the Add or Remove Programs window, select Workspace Desktop from our list of currently installed programs.

Click Remove.

Click Yes to confirm you want to remove Workspace Desktop from your computer.

To Uninstall Workspace Desktop on a Mac

Open Finder.

Click on your Macintosh HD.

Go to Applications, and then click on the Starfield folder.

Double-click Uninstall.App.

Note that when you uninstall Workspace Desktop Tools, your personal data settings are not affected.

Click on the Certificates menu item.

Click Browse and locate your signed SSL certificate.

Select the certificate file and then click Send File.

Navigate to the location of the saved site certificate you received from us. Select it, and then select Send File – this will upload and install the certificate against the corresponding private key.

On the displayed list, click on the name of the certificate.

Open the certificate bundle (gd_bundle.crt) in a text editor and copy and paste its contents into the box labeled CA Certificate.

Click the Send Text button.

Click Up Level.

Click Up Level again.

Select Web Hosting Settings.

At the top of the page, change the SSL Certificate field to the certificate you just installed and then click OK.

Click Home.

Click Service Management.

If your server is running Linux, stop and start the Apache process. If your server is running Windows, start and stop the DNS service.

To Install SSL and Intermediate Certificates in Parallels Plesk Panel 10.x

Log in to Parallels Plesk Panel.

From the Hosting Services menu, click Domains.

Next to the domain name you want to use, click Control Panel.

Go to the Websites & Domains tab, and then click SSL Certificates.

Under Certificate name, click the certificate you want to use.

Next to the Certificate field, click Browse.

Locate your signed CRT file, and then click Open.

Next to the CA certificate field, click Browse.

Locate the certificate bundle, gd_bundle.crt, and then click Open.

Click Send File.

If your server is running Linux, stop and start the Apache process. If your server is running Windows, stop and start the DNS service.