You can configure the Toad Web Server to use HTTPS protocol for network communication. To do this you must add an Kestrel section to the Toad Web Server appsettings.json file. The following procedure describes general instructions. Instructions for your environment may vary.
To configure Web Server for HTTPS
NOTE: Path is for the full path of the pfx file , Password is for the password when export the certificate to the pfx file.
The example above adds an https binding on port 8080, uses the certificate file - C://MyCert//exportCert.pfx , the Password for this certificate is 123 .
To upgrade, run the Toad Intelligence Central installer.
Note: Beginning with Toad Intelligence Central 4.3, the Admin Console is no longer required and is not included in the installation. If an earlier version of the Admin Console exists, it is recommended that you uninstall it.
This release of Toad Intelligence Central has been tested with and supports an upgrade from either of the two previous versions. For example, an upgrade to Intelligence Central 5.0 from version 4.3 or 3.3 has been tested and is supported.
Intelligence Central Automatically Upgrades Authentication Keys
If upgrading from Toad Intelligence Central 3.3 or earlier, authentication keys for some objects must be upgraded to support the more-simplified object Authentication process introduced in Intelligence Central 4.3. Specifically, if a view has both a shared key and a personal key, the personal key is removed. This process runs automatically during upgrade/installation.
IMPORTANT: If an error occurs during the process of deleting the redundant authentication keys (deleting personal keys where a shared key exists), please contact Quest Support for further assistance.
Follow these instructions to upgrade Toad Intelligence Central from a deprecated operating system.
Copy ProgramData\Quest Software\Toad Intelligence Central\ including subfolders to the location that will be used by Toad Intelligence Central 5.4
The default location is (C:\ProgramData\Quest Software\Toad Intelligence Central\). This folder will potentially grow quite large if lots of users publish lots of objects and take snapshots. You may choose to change the default folder location. For example, you may choose to direct the data files folder to a separate drive. If you do change the location of the data files folder be sure to document it as this folder is frequently referred to during server maintenance.
If you upgraded from Intelligence Central 3.2 (or earlier), the Toad Intelligence Central data folder could be located here: ProgramData\Dell\Toad Intelligence Central.
See Toad Intelligence Central Data Folder for more information.
Install Toad Intelligence Central 5.4 on a supported operating system.
During installation you will be prompted for the Data Files Folder. Ensure this location is set to the place you copied ProgramData\Quest Software\Toad Intelligence Central\.
Note: A known issue on connecting to Toad Intelligence Central 5.4 following this upgrade is Error fetching build_arch for Intelligence Central server. If you see this error then right click the Data folder in ProgramData\Quest Software\Toad Intelligence Central\ and select Properties. On the General tab in the Attributes section ensure Read-only is NOT selected.
Use Toad Intelligence Central 5.4 (Data Source Connections and Drivers)
Some data source connections make use of drivers installed on the Intelligence Central server. Ensure all drivers required by the Intelligence Central server data source connections are installed on the new Intelligence Central server.
Use the Toad Intelligence Central installer to uninstall each component.
Data from Toad Intelligence Central is stored in ProgramData\Quest Software\Toad Intelligence Central\. This folder is not removed automatically on uninstall. Backup or remove it manually as required.
Note: If you upgraded from Intelligence Central 3.2 (or earlier), the Toad Intelligence Central data folder could be located here: ProgramData\Dell\Toad Intelligence Central.