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InTrust 11.3.1 - Deployment Guide

InTrust Deployment Options Performing Extended Deployment of InTrust Extending a Default InTrust Deployment Mapping out Your Environment for InTrust Role-Based Administration of InTrust InTrust Configuration Licensing Sample Deployment and Configuration Scenario

Installing InTrust in Unattended Mode

You can install the InTrust components you need without going through all the steps of the installation wizard. To do it, use CMD files provided in the InTrust folder in your InTrust distribution.

Copy the necessary CMD files to your local hard drive, and open them in a text editor. Edit the lines that set variables such as paths, user names, passwords and so on. Save and run the CMD files.

The CMD files are described in the Files for Unattended InTrust Installation topic. For the meaning of options, you can also see the commented-out lines in the files themselves.

Files for Unattended InTrust Installation

The following batch files let you perform an automated installation of InTrust components without completing wizard steps:

File

Component Installed

Setup_DefaultSuite.cmd

Default set of InTrust components

Setup_Server.cmd

InTrust Server and all related components

Setup_AllComponents.cmd

InTrust Server, all related components, all data view applications and Report Packs

Setup_ITManager.cmd

InTrust Manager and InTrust Deployment Manager

Setup_KnowledgePortal_ReportPacks.cmd

Knowledge Portal and Report Packs

Setup_MonitoringConsole.cmd

InTrust Monitoring Console

Setup_RepositoryViewer.cmd

InTrust Repository Viewer

Setup_Parameters.cmd

File that defines parameters for unattended installation of InTrust.

Setup_WindowsAgent.cmd

File that installs InTrust agent and registers the agent on the InTrust server.

The parameters within Setup_Parameters.cmd are listed alphabetically in the table below. The bolded parameters are needed for both default and extended deployment; the others only for extended deployment.

Parameter

Description

CONNECT_INTRUST_ORGANIZATION_MODE

Whether to connect to an InTrust organization.

DB_AUD

Name of the audit database.

Important: This database must already exist when the script runs. It is not created automatically.

DB_CFG

Name of the configuration database.

DB_RTM

Name of the alert database.

Important: This database must already exist when the script runs. It is not created automatically.

DISTRIB_PATH

Absolute path to the InTrust CD root. Normally, this is the CD drive letter. If you have copied the CD structure to a shared resource, this is the path to the share that contains the structure. The path must not end in a backslash.

IIS_SITE

Microsoft IIS Web site number for the Knowledge Portal component. 1 sets the default Web site.

IIS_VDIR

Name of the virtual directory for the Knowledge Portal component

InTrust_Server

Specifies the InTrust server name for agent installation

IT_KNOWLEDGE_URL

Path to the Knowledge Portal home page.

IT_PATH

Full path to the folder where InTrust component must be installed.

ITMC_SITE

Microsoft IIS Web site number. 1 sets the default Web site.

ITMC_VDIR

Name of the virtual directory.

MAIL_FROM

Identifies the sender of InTrust notification messages.

MAIL_TO

Email address of the recipient of InTrust notification messages. This address becomes a property of the default notification operator.

MSI_LOG_OPT

Options related to MSI logging. The default is *v!. For more information about these Windows Installer logging options, search http://msdn.microsoft.com for information on the topic.

MSI_UI_OPT

Sets the user interface level.

Options related to MSI logging and MSI logging interface. The default is *v!. For more information about these Windows Installer logging options, search http://msdn.microsoft.com for information on the topic.

OPERATOR_COMPUTER

NETBIOS computer name for default operator.

ORG_NAME

Name of the InTrust organization.

ORG_PWD

Password for the InTrust organization.

PF_REPORTING_SHARE

Local path to a reports folder on current server.

PORT_ADMIN

Number of the port that InTrust Manager uses to connect to the InTrust server. The default is 8340.

PORT_LISTEN

Number of the port that agents use to communicate with the InTrust server. The default is 900.

RS_CONSOLE_URL

Path to a Knowledge Portal web application.

RS_SERVICE_URL

Path to a SRS server to be used as default for reporting jobs.

SIP

Participation in the Software Improvement Program. For details about the program, see Installing and Configuring InTrust Components.

SMTP_PORT

Name of the port that InTrust must use for notification messages. The default is 25.

SMTP_SERVER

Name of the SMTP server that InTrust must use for notification messages.

SQL_AUTH_TYPE_AUD

Type of SQL Server connection to be used for setting up the audit database. 1 specifies a trusted connection. 0 specifies that SQL Server authentication is used.

SQL_AUTH_TYPE_CFG

Type of SQL Server connection to be used for setting up the configuration database. 1 specifies a trusted connection. 0 specifies that SQL Server authentication is used.

SQL_AUTH_TYPE_RTM

Type of SQL Server connection to be used for setting up the alert database. 1 specifies a trusted connection. 0 specifies that SQL Server authentication is used.

SQL_PWD_AUD

Related to the audit database: if SQL_AUTH_TYPE_AUD is set to 0, specifies the password for SQL Server authentication.

SQL_PWD_CFG

Related to the configuration database: if SQL_AUTH_TYPE_AUD is set to 0, specifies the password for SQL Server authentication.

SQL_PWD_RTM

Related to the alert database: if SQL_AUTH_TYPE_RTM is set to 0, specifies the password for SQL Server authentication.

SQL_SERVER_AUD

Specifies the SQL server that will host the InTrust audit database.

SQL_SERVER_CFG

Specifies the SQL server that will host the InTrust configuration database.

SQL_SERVER_RTM

Specifies the SQL server that will host the InTrust alert database.

SQL_USR_AUD

Related to the audit database: if SQL_AUTH_TYPE_AUD is set to 0, specifies the user name for SQL Server authentication.

SQL_USR_CFG

Related to the configuration database: if SQL_AUTH_TYPE_AUD is set to 0, specifies the user name for SQL Server authentication.

SQL_USR_RTM

Related to the alert database: if SQL_AUTH_TYPE_RTM is set to 0, specifies the user name for SQL Server authentication.

SVC_PWD

Password of the user account on whose behalf the InTrust Server services work.

SVC_USR

User account on whose behalf the InTrust Server services work.

Starting InTrust Manager

You can connect to an InTrust organization (the InTrust server will be selected automatically), or select any specific InTrust server.

If you choose to connect to a specific InTrust server, you can browse for the server only in the same domain where you are running InTrust Manager. To connect to a server in another domain, you need to explicitly specify the server name.

Licensing

When you install the product and launch InTrust Manager for the first time, you will be asked to provide a license. Supply the license that you obtained from the sales representative. If you do not supply a license, most of InTrust functionality will be unavailable to you.

To obtain a license, contact your local sales office listed at https://www.quest.com.

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