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vCAC 5.2 Installation

vCloud Automation Center Manager Service, Model Manager, Portals and Database Installation 

To install the vCloud Automation Center Manager Service, Model Manager, Portals and Database Components

1. Log in to the vCloud Automation Center Server as vCACService account.

2. Right-click D:\vCAC-52-Installation\Setups\vCAC-Server-Setup.exe and select Run as administrator.

3. Under User Account Control, click Yes.

4. On the Welcome screen, click Next  

5. On the End-User License Agreement screen, click I accept the terms in the License Agreement and click Next.

6. On the Destination Folder screen, change the folder if necessary and click Next.

7. On the Custom Setup screen, select all the compon nts (Manager Service, Model Manager Web Service, Model Manager Data, Administration Portal Web Site, Reports Website, and Database). Click Next.

8. Click Install.

9. On the Wizard Completed screen, click Finish.

10. Now the vCAC Configuration Wizard is started automatically or it can be manually started by going to Start Menu > Al  Programs > VMware > vCAC > vCAC Configuration Tool 

 
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vCAC 5.2 Installation

vCloud Automation Center Post-Installation Configuration

To configure the vCloud Automation Center using vCAC Configuration Tool

1. On the Welcome screen, click Next.

2. On the vCAC License Configuration screen, type in the license key (Server or Desktop) and click Add License and click Next.

3. On the vCAC Database Connection Configuration screen, perform the following configuration:
a. Under Database instance, type the Database server name  
b. Uncheck Use existing empty database, if you would like to have the configuration tool create the database otherwise create an empty database manually on the database server and check this box.
c. Check Use default data and log directories (unless you want to change the default locations on the database server)
d. Under Authentication, Select Use Windows identity of the currently logged on user to create the vCAC database and its schema  
e. Click Next.

Note: If prompted with a dialog “Snapshot Isolation is not turned on for selected database”, click OK and run the following query on SQL Server:

{codecitation style="brush: SQL;"}ALTER DATABASE [YOUR_DATABASE] SET allow_snapshot_isolation

ALTER DATABASE [YOUR_DATABASE] SET read_committed_snapshot ON
SELECT is_read_committed_snapshot_on,
snapshot_isolation_state_desc,snapshot_isolation_state FROM sys.databases
WHERE name='[YOUR_DATABASE]' {/codecitation}

4. On the vCAC Security Information screen, enter the security passphrase twice and click Next. 5.On the vCAC Web Site Configuration screen, perform the following configuration:
a. Under Available Web sites, leave Default Web Site
b. Under HTTPS Port and Certificate Selection > Port number, leave Port number as 443 and click Test Binding. Click OK on the dialog box “Selected port 443 is not bound to any binding. It is available for use”  
c. Click Generate Self-Signed Certicate.
d. Under HTTPS Port and Certificate Selection > Available Certificates, the self-signed certificate will be selected. Check Display certificates using certificate friendly names, so the certificate will be in a human-readable format  
e. Check Suppress certificates mismatch checking  
f. Make a note of the information under vCAC IIS Virtual Applications and Application Pools, for future reference.
g. Click Next.

6. On the vCAC Service Account Configuration screen, click on Add Curren  User and enter the password twice and click Next.

7. On the vCAC AzMan Authorization Store Type screen, perform the following configuration: a.Select MSSQL server. b.Click Next  

8. On the vCAC Model Manager Configuration screen, perform the following configuration:
a. Under Model Manager Configuration, Verify the Host name (FQDN).
b. Under Model Manager Web Service Log Configuration, select Use default log location.
c. Under SMTP Configuration, configure the information if necessary. This is optional.
d. Click Next  

9. On the vCAC Manager Service Configuration screen, perform the following configuration  
a. Under Model Manager Configuration, Verify the Host name (FQDN).
b.
 Under Manager Service Startup Type, select Active node with startup type set to automatic.
c.
 Under Manager Service Log Configuration, select Use default l g location.
d.
 Click Next.

10. On the vCAC Web Site Configuration screen, perform the following configuration:
a.
 Under Model Manager Configuration, Verify the Host name (FQDN).
b. Under Web Farm Setup, do not select Enable Web farm support.
c.
 Under vCAC Web Site Log Configuration, select Use default log location.
d.
 Click Next  

11. On the Ready to Configure screen, click Configure.

12. On the Wizard Completed screen, click Finish 

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vCAC 5.2 Installation vCAC 5.2 Installation
vCAC 5.2 Installation vCAC 5.2 Installation
vCAC 5.2 Installation vCAC 5.2 Installation
vCAC 5.2 Installation vCAC 5.2 Installation
vCAC 5.2 Installation vCAC 5.2 Installation
vCAC 5.2 Installation