The Aloaha Time Stamping Authority can be run as a plugin in your local web server OR as a standalone product with inbuilt webserver.
In case you run the stand alone TSA please have a look at the internal Web Server Registry settings on: http://blog.aloaha.com/2012/10/15/aloaha-webserver-registry-settings/
The TSA settings are configured in: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Aloaha\TSA
PFX_Path defines the path to the PFX to be used. This key is ONLY used if UseCertfromStore is set to 0
UseCertfromStore defines if the TSA uses a time stamping certificate from the users current user store of the PFX file defined in PFX_Path.
PFX_Serial does not need to be set if a PFX is being used. Aloaha will set it automatically. It contains the certificate serialnumber
PFX_Serial should be set if a certificate is used from the current user store and the current user store contains several time stamping certificates. It it is NOT set Aloaha will use the first Time Stamping enabled certificate found in the store.
TSACount contains the number of time stamping tokens issued. The start value is set automatically and is built from the date and time of the local machine.
TSA_OID_ASN contains the OID used in the issued time stamping token. If not set Aloaha will set it to its default value.
UseMachineStore defines if the Current User Store or Local Machine store is used. Default is 0. If you set this to 1 the Local Machine Store is used. This setting is only for the expierenced user!
SNTPServer contains the NTP Server to be contacted to synchronize the local machine clock
NTPPollingTime defines the time in minutes between every NTP Sync