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Install Network Atlas

Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Magdalena.Markova on Jan 04, 2017

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Network Atlas is pre-installed on Orion EOC and SolarWinds NPM, and it can be run as a local application on those Orion servers.

Users can also run Network Atlas as a standalone application on a remote computer.

Network Atlas Requirements

Network Atlas users must have the Map Management rights in SolarWinds NPM or in Orion EOC.

The user logged in to Network Atlas must be able to access the Network Atlas synchronization folder to ensure synchronization with the SolarWinds Orion database.

Hardware/
Software

Requirements

Operating System

  • Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1
  • Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2

    Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials is not supported.

Memory

1 GB

Hard Drive Space

150 MB

Ports

Remote instances of Network Atlas require TCP on port 17777 to either the SolarWinds NPM or the Orion EOC server.

.NET Framework .NET 4.5

Install Network Atlas on a remote computer

  1. Log in to your SolarWinds NPM or Orion EOC server.
  2. Start the Orion Web Console in the SolarWinds Orion program folder.
  3. In the Map resource, click Download Network Atlas.

    If you do not see the download link in the Map resource, click Edit, select Show Network Atlas Download Link, and click Submit.

  4. Save the installer (NetworkAtlas.exe) on the remote computer.
  5. Run the installer on the remote computer, and click Next on the Welcome window.

    If you have previously installed Network Atlas, you may be prompted to change, repair or remove your installation. Click Repair, click Repair again on the Ready to repair window, and complete the Setup Wizard.

  6. Accept the terms in the license agreement, and click Next.
  7. Provide a destination folder for the installation, and click Next.
  8. Click Install on the Ready to Install window.
  9. Click Finish when the Setup Wizard completes.

    See Create network maps.

 
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03:50, 4 Jan 2017

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