Note: Seafile Windows server is not suitable to be used in an environment with more than 25 users. In the latter case, please use Seafile Linux server.
Seafile Windows Community Edition supports SQLite/MySQL database.
For more information on Seafile server, check the documents on Seafile Linux version
If you failed to set up Seafile server, first check seafserv-applet.log.
This file is created during Seafile initialization. Please:
Check whether your Python and the
PATH for Python is correctly set.
Put Seafile server package in a simple path, like
Use python version 2.7.11 32bit, do not use python 3+.
Make sure you have modified
SERVICE_URL in ccnet.conf. You can also modify SERVICE_URL via web UI in "System Admin->Settings". (Warning: if you set the value both via Web UI and ccnet.conf, the setting via Web UI will take precedence.)
Use python 2.7.11 32bit. If you have installed other python version, uninstall it and install python 2.7.11. Restart seafile server to see whether the problem has gone.
Delete non-ASCII keys from the registry path
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\MIME\Database\Content Type, and try again.
Please check the log file
seahub_django_request.log under the folder