Installing the Symantec Control Compliance Suite components in a single setup mode

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Installing the Symantec Control Compliance Suite components in a single setup mode

Installation of the Symantec Control Compliance Suite components on a single computer is recommended for demonstration purposes only. To install the components in a single setup mode, you must ensure that your computer meets the recommended system requirements.

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You must enable delegation in the domain controller to establish secure communication between the components. You must enable the delegation for the user account in whose context the CCS Application Server and the CCS Console is launched. You must check the option, Account is trusted for delegation for the user account of the domain controller.

Do the following to install the components in a single setup mode:

To launch the Symantec Control Compliance Suite 9.0- Reporting and Analytics Installation Wizard

  1. Insert the CCS 9.0 product disc into the drive on your computer and then click Setup.exe.

    The Setup.exe is located inside the InstallSet folder of the media structure.

  2. In the DemoShield, click Reporting and Analytics.

    You can find the splash screen, which displays the list of prerequisites that are required for the product installation. The setup installs the listed prerequisites such as .NET framework.

To install Symantec Control Compliance Suite on a single computer

  1. In the Welcome panel of the launched Symantec Control Compliance Suite 9.0- Reporting and Analytics Installation Wizard, read and select the license agreement and then click Next.

  2. In the Installation Modes panel, select all the product components for installation and then click Next.

  3. In the Component Selection panel, select the components from the list and then click Next.

    By default, all the components are selected. If you do not want any component that is listed under the Application Server, then you can uncheck the selection. The Directory Support Service, Application Server, and the Data Processing Service are mandatory components for installation.

  4. In the Licensing panel, click Add Licenses to add licenses for the components that require mandatory licenses to install.

  5. Click Next.

  6. In the Prerequisites panel, review the prerequisites that are required for the installation. Install any prerequisite application that is required to be installed. Click Check again to verify whether the installation is successful.

  7. In the Installation Path panel, review the target path for the Symantec Control Compliance Suite installation, and click Next.

    Click Browse to specify a different installation path to install the product.

To provide details for installing the components and databases

  1. In the launched Symantec Control Compliance Suite 9.0- Reporting and Analytics Installation Wizard, perform steps 1 to 7

  2. In the Certificate Information panel, enter the required values in the text boxes and click Next.

    The fields of the Certificate Information panel and their descriptions are as follows:

    Organization

    Enter the name of your organization.

    Division

    Enter the division to which your organization belongs.

    City

    Enter the name of the city of your organization.

    State/Province

    Enter the name of the state or province to which the city belongs.

    Country

    Enter the name of the country. The country code must consist of two alphabet characters.

    Expire in

    Select the expiration time period of the root certificate.

    Password

    Enter the password to authenticate the certificate.

    Re-type password

    Re-authenticate the password that you have typed.


  3. In the CCS Directory Server - User Account and Port Information panel, enter the requisite values in the text boxes and click Next.

    The fields of the CCS Directory Server - User Account and Port Information panel and their descriptions are as follows:

    User name

    Enter the user name in whose context the Management Services is run on the computer.

    Password

    Enter the password that authenticates the specified user account.

    LDAP port number

    Enter the LDAP port number of the computer that hosts the CCS Directory Server. By default, the CCS Directory Server connects with the CCS Application Server through the port, 3890.

    SSL port number

    Enter the SSL port number of the computer that hosts the CCS Directory Server. By default, the CCS Directory Server connects with the CCS Application Server through the SSLport, 6360.


    When you install the CCS Directory Server on a domain controller or on any other computer on which the Active Directory is installed, change the default port numbers. The recommended port number for LDAP is 50000 and for SSL is 50001.

  4. In the Application Server- User Account Information panel, enter the required values in the text boxes and click Next.

    The fields of the Application Server- User Account Information panel and their descriptions are as follows:

    User name

    Enter the user name in whose context the Application Server Service is run on the computer.

    Password

    Enter the password that authenticates the specified user account.


  5. In the Application Server- SQL Server Information panel, enter the required values in the text boxes and click Next.

    The SQL server is used to create the production database for the CCS Application Server. The production database stores the queried data.

    The fields of the Application Server- SQL Server Information panel and their descriptions are as follows:

    SQL Server

    Enter the computer name that hosts the SQL server.

    Instance name

    Enter the SQL server instance name. By default, the configured SQL instance that is created on the computer appears in the text box.

    Port number

    Enter the port number of the computer that hosts the SQL server. By default, CCS Application Server connects through the port, 1433 of the SQL server computer.

    Use SSL

    Check this option if your computer that hosts the SQL server is SSL enabled for communication.

    If you use SSL connections, you must configure them before you install the Control Compliance Suite. Refer to the Microsoft SQL Server documentation (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/316898) for information about configuring SSL connections.

    Use existing empty database

    Check this option if you want to use the CSM_DB database if that is already created and is empty.

    By default, the setup creates a production database, CSM_DB on the computer, which is empty. Even if a single record exists in the database, then you cannot use this option.

    Use Windows NT Integrated Security

    Select this option if you have installed the SQL server in the Windows NT user context.

    Use a SQL user name and password

    Select this option if you have installed the SQL server in a different user context.

    You must specify the authentication details of the user in the respective text boxes.

    Use the same configuration for

    Check either or both the options if you want to replicate the same configuration for the Reporting and the SSIS databases.

    The options are as follows:

    • SSIS database and server settings

    • Reporting Server and database settings

    On checking either or both the options, the corresponding panels do not appear when you click Next. For example, if you check against SSIS database and server settings option, then the setup skips the SSIS-SQL Server Information panel.


  6. In the Reporting Server-SQL Server Information panel, enter the requisite values in the text boxes and click Next.

    The SQL server information is used to create the reporting database for the Reporting Server. The reporting database is used to store the reports that are generated for the evaluated data.

    The fields of the Reporting Server- SQL Server Information panel and their descriptions are as follows:

    SQL Server

    Enter the computer name that hosts the SQL server.

    Instance name

    Enter the SQL server instance name. By default, the configured SQL instance that is created on the computer appears in the text box.

    Port number

    Enter the port number of the computer that hosts the SQL server. By default, CCS Application Server connects through the port, 1433 of the SQL server computer.

    Use SSL

    Check this option if your computer that hosts the SQL server is SSL enabled for communication.

    If you use SSL connections, you must configure them before you install the Control Compliance Suite. Refer to the Microsoft SQL Server documentation (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/316898) for information about configuring SSL connections.

    Use existing empty database

    Check this option if you want to reuse the existing database.

    By default, the setup creates a production database, CSM_DB on the computer. You must ensure that the database is created and empty before you check the option.

    Use Windows NT Integrated Security

    Select this option if you have installed the SQL server in the Windows NT user context.

    Use a SQL user name and password

    Select this option if you have installed the SQL server in a different user context.

    You must specify the authentication details of the user in the respective text boxes.

    Use the same configuration for

    Check the option, SSIS database and server settings if you want to replicate the same configuration for the SSIS database.

    On checking the option, the panel, SSIS -SQL Server Information does not appear on clicking Next.


  7. In the SSIS-SQL Server Information panel, enter the requisite values in the text boxes and click Next.

    The SQL Server Integration Service (SSIS) information is used to create the SSIS database. The production database uses the information for reporting purposes. The information that is provided on this panel is used to connect to the msdb and deploy SSIS packages and SQL agent jobs.

    The fields of the SSIS- SQL Server Information panel and their descriptions are as follows:

    SQL Server

    Enter the computer name that hosts the SQL server.

    Instance name

    Enter the SQL server instance name. By default, the configured SQL instance that is created on the computer appears in the text box.

    Port number

    Enter the port number of the computer that hosts the SQL server. By default, CCS Application Server connects through the port, 1433 of the SQL server computer.

    Use SSL

    Check this option if your computer that hosts the SQL server is SSL enabled for communication.

    If you use SSL connections, you must configure them before you install the Control Compliance Suite. Refer to the Microsoft SQL Server documentation (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/316898) for information about configuring SSL connections.

    Use Windows NT Integrated Security

    Select this option if you have installed the SQL server in the Windows NT user context.

    Use a SQL user name and password

    Select this option if you have installed the SQL server in a different user context.

    You must specify the authentication details of the user in the respective text boxes.


  8. In the Data Processing Service - Port Information panel, enter the Server port number and click Next.

    By default, the computer that hosts the Data Processing Service communicates through the port, 3993.

    If your computer is configured to run in the native Windows Server 2003 domain mode, then the Application Server - Security Settings for Scheduled Jobs panel appears. You can refer to the next step for the panel details. If your computer is configured to run in any mixed domain, then you can skip the next step.

  9. In the Application Server - Pass Phrase panel, enter the pass phrase and click Next.

    The pass phrase is used to generate a symmetric key for encrypting or decrypting sensitive data such as, passwords and connection details. You must remember the pass phrase for future reference.

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

    The Installation Progress panel indicates the progress of the component installation. After the installation finishes, the last panel of the wizard appears.

  11. In the Installation Complete panel, click Finish.