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Safeguard Authentication Services 4.2.3 - Installation Guide

Privileged Access Suite for Unix Introducing One Identity Authentication Services Installing and configuring Authentication Services Installing and joining from the Unix command line Getting started with Authentication Services Troubleshooting Enterprise package deployment

Installing and configuring the management console

The easiest way to install and configure Authentication Services Unix agent components is by means of Management Console for Unix.

Note: The procedures in this topic assume you do not have Management Console for Unix already installed.

To install the mangement console on a supported Windows platform

  1. Mount the distribution media.

    Autorun starts automatically.

    Note: To start the Autorun installation wizard, you can also navigate to the root of the distribution media and double-click autorun Application file.

  2. From the Authentication Services Autorun Home page, click the Setup tab.
  3. From the Setup tab, click One Identity Management Console for Unix.

    The install wizard guides you through these setup dialogs:

    • Management Console for Unix License Agreement dialog
    • Configure TCP/IP Port dialog
    • Installing dialog

      Wait until it:

      • Extracts and installs Management Console for Unix on your computer.
      • Configures the database and service on the server.
      • Copies the Authentication Services client software packages for each platform.
      • Copies the Sudo Plugin software packages for each platform.
      • Copies the Privilege Manager for Unix Agent software packages for each platform.
      • Copies the Privilege Manager Policy Server packages for each platform.
    • Completing the Management Console for Unix installation dialog
  4. In the Complete dialog, clear the Launch the Management Console option and click Finish to exit the install wizard and return to the Authentication Services Autorun Setup tab.

    Once you have installed Management Console for Unix, you are ready to install or upgrade the Authentication ServicesWindows components.

Install Authentication Services Windows components

One Identity recommends that you install the Windows components and configure Active Directory before you install the Unix components.

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Installing Authentication Services Windows components

Customizing installation options

Installing using msiexec.exe

Installing Authentication Services Windows components

Install Authentication Services on each Windows Workstation you plan to use to administer Unix data in Active Directory.

To install the Authentication Services Windows components

  1. From the Autorun Setup tab, click Authentication Services to launch the setup wizard.
  2. In the Software License Agreement dialog, accept the terms of the End User License Agreement and click Install.

    The Authentication Services Setup wizard installs all Authentication Services components by default.

    To only install specific components, click the Customize installation options link. For more information, see Customizing installation options.

  3. Once the installation completes successfully, click Finish or Launch Control Center.

Customizing installation options

To install specific Authentication Services Windows components

  1. From the Software License Agreement dialog, click the Customize installation options link.
  2. In the Installation Options dialog, select the components and options you want to install and click OK.

    Available components:

    • Core Components (required)
    • ADUC Extensions
    • Group Policy Extensions
    • Documentation
    • Authentication Services Control Center

    Available options:

    • Install Start Menu Shortcuts
    • Install Desktop Shortcuts

    Note: You must install the Core Components.

  3. To add other Authentication Services components later or modify the current installation of Authentication Services, run the setup wizard again.

    From the root of the distribution media, double-click the autorun application.

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