Installing a stand-alone CCS Manager for scale-out deployment in silent mode

Article:HOWTO76889  |  Created: 2012-05-07  |  Updated: 2012-05-08  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO76889
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Installing a stand-alone CCS Manager for scale-out deployment in silent mode

Perform the following procedure to install the CCS Manager 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".

See the following sections before installing the CCS Manager:

Note:

You cannot install a CCS Manager on a computer that has a stand-alone CCS Agent installed, because the CCS Manager installation also contains the installation of CCS Agent.

Perform the following procedures before installing a stand-alone CCS Manager:

Install the CCS Application Server. See Installing the CCS Suite.

Create a certificate for the CCS Manager using the Certificate Management Console. The Certificate Management Console is installed along with the installation of the CCS Application Server. See Creating a certificate for installing a stand-alone CCS Manager.

To install the CCS Manager in silent mode

You can perform a stand-alone installation of the CCS Manager.

  1. You require the CCSManager response file to install the CCS Manager. 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 folder location to install the CCS Manager at <Property Name="Target path" Value="<path>"/>

    Where, <path> is the folder location to install the CCS Manager, for example, c:\Program Files (x86)\Symantec\CCS\Reporting and Analytics

    Provide the following user inputs required to install the CCS Manager:

    • Server port number

      Specify the port for the CCS Manager. The default CCS Manager port number is 5600. CCS components use this port to communicate with the CCS Manager.

    • Data Processing Service

      Specify the location of the CCS Manager certificate. You must import the security certificate that is used by the CCS Manager to communicate with the CCS Application Server securely. The certificate which is to be deployed on the CCS Manager is created using the Certificate Management Console. The Certificate Management Console is installed on the CCS Application Server computer. You can either pull the certificate from the CCS Application Server computer or place it manually on the computer on which you are installing the CCS Manager.

  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 Manager:

    SilentInstallLauncher.exe /SetupPath="SetupExePath" /ResponseFile="ResponseFilePath" /DPSCert.Password="DPSCertpassword"

    Where:

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

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

    • DPSCertpassword is the password of the CCS Manager certificate that is imported while installing the CCS Manager.


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