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Deploy Network Automation Manager

Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Su-Lyn Rosenberry on Jul 10, 2017

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After you have reviewed and complied with the system requirements, install Network Automation Manager.

Install SolarWinds Network Automation Manager

Do not install SolarWinds products on a domain controller or use the same database server as a Research in Motion (RIM) Blackberry server.

  1. Log in as an administrator to the server on which you are installing SolarWinds Network Automation Manager.
  2. Extract the contents of the downloaded installation .ZIP file, including any .ZIP files included inside of the file.
  3. Install SolarWinds NPM.

    Downloading and installing Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 can take more than 20 minutes. If your computer reboots, run the installation again.

  4. Run the Configuration Wizard.
  5. Install the following products in order. Do not run the Configuration Wizard until all products have been installed.
    1. NTA
    2. IPAM
    3. VNQM
    4. UDT
    5. NCM
  6. Run the Configuration Wizard.

Upgrade to Network Automation Manager

If you have one or more product modules included with Network Automation Manager, upgrade your products. Use the Multiple Products Upgrade Guide for an upgrade checklist, upgrade gotchas, and to build your upgrade path.

You can skip checking the product requirements and use the Network Automation Manager system requirements instead.

After you have upgraded your previously installed product modules, install your new modules using the installation instructions. Skip any module that you have already upgraded.

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