Installing BMC Atrium Single Sign-On
This topic describes how to use the GUI installation program to install BMC Atrium Single Sign-On as a stand-alone program, not bundled with BMC Atrium Orchestrator. In this installation, a Tomcat server and JVM are installed and configured for use by the BMC Atrium Single Sign-On server. This installation method is the simplest and easiest to perform, because all of the administrative and configuration details are performed by the installation program.
Use the installation process described in this section for a demonstration or development environment. For additional installation details for a production environment, see the .
This topic describes the steps to install BMC Atrium Single Sign-On as a standalone server. For installing BMC Atrium Single Sign-On as a high availability cluster, see .
For installing and configuring BMC Atrium Orchestrator with BMC Atrium Single Sign-On cluster, see Installing BMC Atrium Orchestrator Platform with BMC Atrium Single Sign-On high availability clusters.
Before you begin
- You must have downloaded the installation files from the BMC EPD website.
- You must ensure that the target computer meets the minimum system requirements for your environment.
- You must have completed the installation worksheet for BMC Atrium Single Sign-On.
- You must have exited all other programs.
- You must be logged on as an administrator and have administrator rights on the computer where you will install BMC Atrium Single Sign-On.
- You must prepare to run the installation program for your operating system.
For example, you must update Terminal Services configuration options and configure the DEP feature if you are using Windows. For more information, see Configuring terminal services on Windows 2008 and Windows 2012 computers and Configuring DEP on Windows computers.
- If you are installing on a Linux computer, ensure that the system has adequate entropy. For details, see the Atrium Single Sign-On Prerequisites for installation page.
The BMC Atrium Single Sign-On Tomcat server cannot be shared with any product that integrates with BMC Atrium Single Sign-On (for example, BMC Atrium Orchestrator). BMC recommends that you install BMC Atrium Single Sign-On on a different computer from the computer where you plan to install a BMC product (for example, the AR System server or the BMC Remedy Mid Tier).
To install BMC Atrium Single Sign-On as a stand-alone program
- Unzip the BMC Atrium Single Sign-On files.
- Run the installation program.
The setup executable is located in the Disk1directory of the extracted files.
- (Microsoft Windows) Run setup.cmd.
- (UNIX) Run setup.sh (which automatically detects the appropriate subscript to execute).
- In the lower right corner of the Welcome panel, click Next.
- Review the license agreement, click I agree to the terms of license agreement, and then click Next.
- Using the completed installation worksheet and fill in the required settings for BMC Atrium Single Sign-On.
- Review the installation summary and click Install.
- Verify that your BMC Atrium Single Sign-On installation was successful by accessing the BMC Atrium Single Sign-On URL:
When you are prompted that you are connecting to an insecure or untrusted connection, add the exception and then continue.
Browsers display this warning because you have not yet configured the Single Sign-On authentication as a trusted provider.
- Confirm that you can view the BMC Atrium Single Sign-On logon panel.
- Log on with the Single Sign-On administrator name (for example, amadmin) and password.
The BMC Atrium Single Sign-On Admin Console appears.