RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Installation Series: Hardware Appliance Reinstall with Local Database

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Summary

This self-placed On-Demand Lab course provides the learner with hands-on access to a virtual environment to practice RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle reinstallation on a hardware appliance with a local database in situations where there is an unrecoverable error

 

Overview

This self-paced On-Demand Lab course provides the learner with hands-on access to a virtual environment to practice RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle reinstallation on a hardware appliance with a local database in situations where there is an unrecoverable error.

 

Audience

  • Customers
  • RSA Professional Services
  • RSA Customer Support
  • RSA Partners

 

Delivery Type

On-Demand Lab (self-paced eLearning with Lab

 

Duration

4.5 Hours

 

Note: RSA University’s virtual lab environment is provided for 10 hours of overall practice time over a 14-day period.

 

Accessing the Lab Environment

Lab exercises are performed in the RSA University virtual lab environment. The downloadable
Lab Guide provides detailed instructions on access the environment. For more information
please view the document Access RSA University Virtual Labs – available on the RSA University
site: RSA University Content

 

Prerequisite Knowledge/Skills

Familiarity with Linux commands

 

Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Understand the RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle (RSA IGL as used throughout this guide) Hardware Appliance Deployment
  • Identify the Software Bundle packages needed for Installation
  • Reimage the RSA IGL Appliance Operating System using the iso image available in RSA Link
  • Configure RSA IGL Appliance network settings
  • Install the RSA IGL Software bundle
  • Login to RSA IGL to validate the installation
  • Apply the latest Operating System and Database Patch Updates to the RSA IGL Appliance

 

Course Outline

  • Lab Exercise Overview
    • JumpHost
    • RSA IGL Appliance (IGL-server)
    • Windows 2008 R2 Server
  • Exercise 1: Install the Operating System
    • Task 1: Setup the Appliance
    • Task 2: Configure the Appliance Network Settings
    • Task 2.1: Configure the IP address and Gateway
    • Task 2-2: Configure the Hostname of the IGL server and the Domain Name Server (DNS)
    • Task 2-3: Configure the Network Tome Protocol server (NTP)
  • Exercise 2: Install Identity Governance and Lifecycle Software
    • Task 1: Prepare the Environment
    • Task2: Run the installation script
  • Exercise 3: Post-installation Tasks
    • Task 1: Validate the Installation
    • Task 2: Apply the Latest Appliance Updater
  • Course Feedback

 

 

 

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