If you want to use
makeindex for generation of your glossary you should have a look to chapter 1.5.4 Using makeindex explicitly (Option 2) in the documentation of glossaries (
texdoc glossaries in your console/terminal).
After the first compile run of your given file, let us name it
mwe.tex you will find some new files in the directory
Now you need to run
makeindex as mentioned in the documentation with
makeindex -s〈style〉.ist -t〈base〉.glg -o〈base〉.gls〈base〉.glo
in your case that means you need command
makeindex -s mwe.ist -t mwe.glg -o mwe.gls mwe.glo
Now copy your standard profile
LaTEX -> PDF to a new one, for example
LaTeX glos->PDF. There you change the Command line arguments to pass to
-s "%tm.ist" -t "%tm.glg" -o "%tm.gls" "%tm.glo"
Do not forget to click on "Ok" to change the new profile permanently.
No compile again. You can see that
makeindex had be run with the given parameters, because you got now two files
Compile two times again to get all TOC etc. printed as you can see in the following image:
But please see that you have to change this profile for TeXnicCenter if there are major changings in using /building your glossaries, for example if you want to build two glossaries. I guess adding option
automake is easier to handle ...