Installing a stand-alone CCS Application Server in silent mode

Article:HOWTO76888  |  Created: 2012-05-07  |  Updated: 2012-05-08  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO76888
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Installing a stand-alone CCS Application Server in silent mode

Perform the following procedure to install the CCS Application Server in the silent mode.

Read the end-user license agreement eula.txt located in the product media before proceeding with the installation.

All inputs required in the response file are case-sensitive. Ensure that you use the correct case for each value. For example, where "True" is required, enter "True" and not "true".

Note:

You cannot install the CCS Application Server on a computer that has a CCS Agent.

See the following sections before installing the CCS Application Server:

To install the CCS Application Server in silent mode

  1. You require the CCS_Suite_WithoutCCSManager response file to install the CCS components. The response file is located in the Documentation\Utilities\Silent Install folder of the product media. Copy the response file to the local machine, and then edit the response file to provide user inputs required during the installation.

    For example, in the response file, provide the path of license file at <License File="<path>"/>

    Where, <path> is the path of the license file, for example, c:\Temp\2109884.sif

    The user inputs required in the response file correspond to the user inputs required during UI based installation. For detailed explanation of each input refer to the field description tables in the UI based installation section.

    See Installing the CCS Suite.

    Note:

    Do not set the value of Use existing database to True. Silent installation does not support using existing databases. To use existing databases, perform the installation using the UI based installer.

    The CCS Core license is required to install the CCS Application Server and the CCS Maintenance license is required to install the default CCS Content during the CCS installation.

  2. On the command prompt, navigate the location of the SilentInstallLauncher.exe file.

    The SilentInstallLauncher.exe file is located in the Documentation\Utilities\Silent Install folder of the product media.

  3. Run the following command to install the CCS Application Server:

    SilentInstallLauncher.exe /SetupPath="SetupExePath" /ResponseFile="ResponseFilePath" /CertInfo.Password="CertInfopassword" /MgmtServices.Password="MgmtServicespassword" /EncryptMgmtService_PassPhrase.Password="EncryptMgmtServicepassword" /AppServerService_PassPhrase.Password="AppServerServicepassword" /AppServer.Password="AppServerpassword"

    If you are using SQL authentication to connect to the SQL server, add the following switches to the above mentioned command.

    • If the Product database and reporting database have the same configuration, or if you are configuring only the Production database on the CCS Suite computer, you must add the following switch:

      /AppServerDB.Password="SQLpassword"

      If the Product database and reporting database have different configuration, you must add the following switch:

      /ReportingServerDB.Password="SQLpassword"

    Where:

    • SetupExePath is the location of the CCS setup file. The Setup file is located inside the CCS_Reporting folder of the product media.

    • ResponseFilePath is the location of the response file for installing the CCS Application Server. Provide the location of the response file you edited in Step 1.

    • CertInfopassword is the password of the root certificate.

    • MgmtServicespassword is the password of the Directory Service. The Directory Service user must be a domain user.

    • EncryptMgmtServicepassword is the password required to generate the Encryption Management Service symmetric keys. You require this pass phrase later to change the service user account, and to make changes to the installation.

    • AppServerServicepassword is the password required to generate the Application Server Service symmetric keys. You require this pass phrase later to change the service user account, and to make changes to the installation.

    • AppServerpassword is the password of the CCS Application Server. The CCS Application Server user must be a domain user.

    • SQLpassword is the SQL server user account password. The password is required if you are using SQL authentication to connect to the SQL server.


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