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Installing Tectia Server via Tectia Manager

To install Tectia Server via Tectia Manager:

  1. Select Software → Tectia Server.

  2. Click the Install button.

  3. It is possible to install the Tectia software per host group in any of the views. Installation will be done in the target group and all the machines in the subgroups under it. The applicable installation package will be automatically selected according to the host type and the operating system.

    1. Select the Host group where you wish to install Tectia Server.

    2. Select the Software version to be installed.

    3. Select Restart server if you want the Tectia Server service to restart after the installation.

    4. (Windows only) If you want to prevent Windows hosts from restarting after installation, under Restart host, select No.

      Restart is always required when Tectia Server is installed or upgraded.

      [Caution]Caution

      You should prevent the restart only when you plan to restart the host(s) manually later, otherwise the system is left in an unstable state. If a host is not restarted, an install lock is set by the Management Agent, preventing any further Tectia installations or uninstallations until the host has been restarted.

    5. Click Install to start. See Figure 10.3.

    Installing Tectia Server

    Figure 10.3. Installing Tectia Server

  4. A list of hosts in the selected host group is shown, and you can exclude individual hosts from the installation job.

    Click Yes to confirm the installation.


 

 
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