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Oracle Secure Global Desktop Installation Guide for Version 4.6

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Preface

1.  Installing SGD

2.  Upgrading SGD

Before You Upgrade

Upgrades and Early Access Program Software

Conditions for Upgrading

Before You Upgrade on Solaris OS Platforms

Upgrades and Your Existing Configuration

Upgrades and UNIX Audio

Performing the Upgrade

How to Upgrade a Fully Licensed Single-Server Array

How to Upgrade a Fully Licensed Multiple-Server Array

Upgrading a Customized SGD Installation

Upgrading Customized SGD Web Server Files

Upgrading Customized SGD Server Files

Upgrading Other SGD Components

How to Upgrade the SGD Enhancement Module for Microsoft Windows

How to Upgrade the SGD Enhancement Module for UNIX and Linux Platforms

How to Upgrade the SGD Client Automatically

How to Upgrade the SGD Client Manually

How to Upgrade the SGD Gateway

3.  Getting Started With SGD

4.  Removing SGD

Upgrading Other SGD Components

This section describes how you upgrade the SGD Enhancement Module, the SGD Client, and the SGD Gateway.

How to Upgrade the SGD Enhancement Module for Microsoft Windows

How to Upgrade the SGD Enhancement Module for UNIX and Linux Platforms

Before You Begin

When you upgrade the SGD Enhancement Module and you install the UNIX audio module, you might see a message that says the UNIX audio module is already running. This message is displayed because the SGD audio driver is currently in use and cannot be stopped. The upgraded SGD audio driver is loaded when you next restart the host.

How to Upgrade the SGD Client Automatically

Before You Begin

The SGD Client can only be upgraded automatically if both of the following are true:

  1. Close any existing browser sessions.
  2. Start a new browser session.
  3. Log in to SGD.

    See How to Log In to SGD.

How to Upgrade the SGD Client Manually

Before You Begin

Follow this procedure only if the previous version of the SGD Client was installed manually.

How to Upgrade the SGD Gateway