Upgrading the CCS Content

Article:HOWTO76962  |  Created: 2012-05-07  |  Updated: 2012-05-08  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO76962
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Upgrading the CCS Content

Control Compliance Suite makes available a set of predefined Technical Standards, Frameworks and Regulations. When you upgrade the CCS Reporting and Analysis components, the CCS Suite installer updates content for the following Technical Standards and Regulations.

CCS Suite installer installs content for the following Technical Standards by default:

  • CIS Solaris 10 Benchmark v4.0

  • CIS Benchmark v1.1.2 for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.0 and 5.1

  • CIS Oracle Database Server 11g Security Benchmark v1.0.1

  • CIS Security Configuration Benchmark For Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 v1.1.0

  • Security Essentials for Microsoft SQL Server 2008

CCS Suite installer installs content for the following Regulations by default:

  • COBIT 3rd Edition

  • PCI DSS v2.0

  • IT Control Objectives for Sarbanes-Oxley 2nd Edition

  • HIPAA 45 CFR Part 164 - Security Rule

You can upgrade more content using the CCS Content installer. The CCS Maintenance license is required to install additional CCS Content.

Perform the following procedure before upgrading the CCS Content:

Upgrade the CCS Application Server. See Upgrading the components of a single setup mode of installation.

See Upgrading a stand-alone CCS Application Server.

Do the following to upgrade the CCS Content:

To launch the Installation Wizard

  1. Insert the Symantec Control Compliance Suite 11.0 product disc into the drive on your computer and click Setup.exe.

    In the security warning dialog box, click Run.

  2. In the DemoShield, click CCS Suite.

    On the splash screen, click Install CCS Content. The Setup file is located inside the CCS_Content folder of the product media.

    Setup prepares the CCS Content installation wizard.

To upgrade the CCS Content

  1. In the Welcome panel of the launched Symantec Control Compliance Suite 11.0 installation wizard, click Next.

  2. In the Upgrade panel, review the Technical Standards, Frameworks and Regulations that are being upgraded, and then click Next.

  3. The Add Components panel allows you to install additional content

    Check the Technical Standards, Frameworks and Regulations which you require for the appropriate platform, and then click Next.

    You can select individual standards or select a platform name to select all standards for the particular platform.

  4. In the Licensing panel, review the existing licenses or click Add Licenses to add licenses for the components that require mandatory licenses to install. The CCS Maintenance license is required to install CCS Content.

  5. In the Installation Folder panel, review the installation path for product installation.

    Click Refresh disk space information to verify the available disk space on the computer.

  6. Click Next.

  7. In the Summary panel, review the installation details and then click Install.

  8. The Installation Progress panel indicates the progress of the content installation. After the installation finishes, the Finish panel appears.

  9. In the Finish panel, review the installation result and then click Finish.

    You can click the link, Log Files to view the CCS Content installation log files. The log files are in .csv format. You can use the LogViewer in the <Install_Directory>\Application Server to view the log files. The LogViewer helps you to easily identify warnings and errors using the color codes. Warnings are highlighted in yellow color and errors are highlighted in red color.

    You can check the option to view the release notes.

See CCS Suite deployment sequence .

See About upgrading an RMS deployment.

See About upgrading an ESM deployment.

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