NetBackup™ Self Service Installation Guide
- Post-installation validation
- Appendix A. Software requirements
- Appendix B. Troubleshooting
- Appendix C. Default HTTPS configuration
- Appendix D. Load balanced installation
- Appendix E. Customizing image upload
- Appendix F. Reduced Database Permissions for Database Upgrade
Review current environment configuration
Before you begin the upgrade, review existing installation. Self Service has eight components that are typically distributed across two servers.
Table: Typical Self Service configuration
You can identify the components in your environment from within NetBackup Self Service.
Determine the servers where the portal components are installed by examining the configuration check page in the Self Service website.
Log into Self Service and navigate to the configuration check page ().
Identify the servers where the components are installed.
Identify the IIS components.
Log into the web server and open.
Browse the sites and identify the four IIS components that are listed in Table: Typical Self Service configuration.
Identify the Windows service.
Log into the server with the Windows Service. In a default installation of Self Service, the service is located on the web server.
Open Portal Windows Service.and locate the
See Figure: Portal Windows Service (Veritas Front Office Service).
Identify the databases.
Open Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, and connect to the database server.
Identify the two databases that are listed in Table: Typical Self Service configuration.
See Installed components.