Copy folder content to any place you want. (not necessarily)
Check "config.js" file. Feel free to edit it for you needs.
Start Node application from "run.js" file. (execute "node path/to/app/run.js" in console)
After startup, you have to get the positive result in your console. Then, check localhost if local client was enabled in config.js.
Server started successfully, but fails when login.
If there are a message in console <GlobalsDB Startup Error: GlobalsDB not up (2)> - start GlobalsDB and relaunch application;
Check if version of cache.node adapter is equal to installed GlobalsDB version. Find adapter in server/node_modules/globalsDB/cache.node and replace it with appropriate adapter version. Also you might have to download the appropriate node adapter from the official GlobalsDB site for your operating system.
Server fails to start
Check previous advices.
Check config.js file or try to restore default one.
Check if [default] ports 80 and 57775 are available.