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This article discusses about how to Install Access Manager. For the current scenario we are considering the Installation of NetIQ Access Manager from 4.5.
a. Ansible version 2.7 or above. (For more info refer: https://docs.ansible.com/ansible/latest/installation_guide/intro_installation.html).
For checking the current Ansible version, run the following command in the terminal of the host machines:
Fig 1: Checking the Ansible version.
b. For this scenario, we are considering Linux based client and hosts with python version 2.7.10 or above installed on them.
c. Download the auto-install.zip and extract it into the /etc/ansible (Warning: If the auto-upgrade.zip is directly extracted into the /etc/ansible folder It will overwrite the existing file in that folder.)
d. For the current scenario, we are considering setup with oneAdmin Consoles (AC), oneIdentity Servers (IDP) and oneAccess Gateways (AG), all running on individual Linux based systems with required Repositories configured.(For list of supported OS, required repositories and RPM’s refer the following link).
e. Enter the IP Addresses of the AC, IDP and AG in the Hosts file as follows.
Fig 2: Syntax of the HOSTS file.
Fig 3: Example of entries in the HOSTS file.
f. The credentials for the Admin Console are Assumed to be
If using other credentials, make the changes in the following roles:
Fig 5: The underlined text shows the location of the build on the web server and the credentials.
g. We are downloading the installer from our local servers, if using some other location for downloading the build, then specify that specific location in the files mentioned in prerequisites h, as shown in Fig 5.
h. All the hosts should be accessible through the client machine using SSH.
4. Steps to run the Automation :
ansible-playbook main.yml -e “build_version=4.5”
And wait for the process to complete.
Fig 7: Sample Output
5. Checking the version of the components:
Fig 9: Click on Version on the troubleshooting page.
The displayed page will have information about the versions of all the components.
Fig 10: Version Details of all the components.