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Install and configure LEM

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Updated: December 15, 2017

After you determine your logging strategy, install SolarWinds LEM. Use the resource links in the article to install and configure LEM in your environment.

To access entire LEM Installation Guide, see the LEM Installation Guide.

You may find the following topics in the LEM Installation Guide helpful:

Be sure to reserve memory and CPU resources for LEM, and not just allocate these resources. For more information on reserving resources for LEM, see The Reason why LEM Needs Memory and CPU Resource Reservations.

After you have installed LEM, return to this guide and continue to the next lesson.

 

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