Oracle® Secure Global Desktop

Installation Guide for Release 5.0

Oracle Legal Notices

E37462-01

April 2013

Abstract

This guide describes how to install the Oracle Secure Global Desktop software on your system, including how to upgrade an existing installation. The guide also explains how to get started using the software.

Document generated on: 2013-04-18 (revision: 1689)


Table of Contents

Preface
1. Audience
2. Document Organization
3. Documentation Accessibility
4. Related Documents
5. Conventions
1. Installing SGD
1.1. Preparing to Install
1.1.1. Hardware Requirements for SGD
1.1.2. Operating System Modifications
1.1.3. Required Users and Privileges
1.1.4. Network Requirements
1.1.5. Clock Synchronization
1.1.6. Creating a Linux Package Repository From an ISO Image
1.2. Installing the Main SGD Component
1.2.1. How To Install SGD
1.3. Installing the SGD Enhancement Module for Microsoft Windows
1.3.1. How to Install the SGD Enhancement Module for Microsoft Windows
1.4. Installing the SGD Enhancement Module for UNIX and Linux Platforms
1.4.1. How To Install the SGD Enhancement Module on Solaris Platforms
1.4.2. How To Install the SGD Enhancement Module on Linux Platforms
1.4.3. Troubleshooting Installing the UNIX Audio Module on Linux Platforms
1.5. Installing the SGD Gateway
2. Upgrading SGD
2.1. Before You Upgrade
2.1.1. Upgrades and Early Access Program Software
2.1.2. Conditions for Upgrading
2.1.3. Upgrades and Secure Mode Installations
2.1.4. Upgrades and Client Access Licenses
2.1.5. Before You Upgrade on Oracle Solaris Platforms
2.1.6. Upgrades and Your Existing Configuration
2.1.7. Upgrades and UNIX Audio
2.2. Performing the Upgrade
2.2.1. How to Upgrade a Fully Licensed Single-Server Array
2.2.2. How to Upgrade a Fully Licensed Multiple-Server Array
2.2.3. Upgrading a Customized SGD Installation
2.3. Upgrading Other SGD Components
2.3.1. How to Upgrade the SGD Enhancement Module for Microsoft Windows
2.3.2. How to Upgrade the SGD Enhancement Module for UNIX and Linux Platforms
2.3.3. How to Upgrade the SGD Client Automatically
2.3.4. How to Upgrade the SGD Client Manually
2.3.5. How to Upgrade the SGD Gateway
3. Getting Started With SGD
3.1. Logging In to SGD
3.1.1. How to Log In to SGD
3.2. Using the Webtop
3.2.1. Running Applications
3.2.2. Changing Your Settings
3.2.3. Logging Out
3.3. SGD Administration Tools
3.3.1. The Administration Console
3.3.2. The tarantella Command
3.4. Creating Users
3.4.1. Creating User Profiles and SGD Administrators
3.5. Adding Applications to Webtops
3.5.1. How to Assign an Application Object
3.5.2. Creating and Assigning an Application Object
3.6. Managing SGD
3.6.1. Arrays
3.6.2. Monitoring Users
3.7. Controlling SGD
3.7.1. Controlling the SGD Enhancement Module
3.8. SGD Network Architecture
3.8.1. Client Devices
3.8.2. SGD Servers
3.8.3. Application Servers
3.9. Next Steps
3.9.1. What You Need to Tell Users
3.9.2. Where to Get More Help
4. Removing SGD
4.1. Removing SGD
4.1.1. How to Remove SGD on Oracle Solaris Platforms
4.1.2. How to Remove SGD on Linux Platforms
4.1.3. How to Remove the SGD Enhancement Module for Microsoft Windows
4.1.4. How to Remove the SGD Enhancement Module for UNIX and Linux Platforms
4.1.5. How to Remove the SGD Client on Microsoft Windows Platforms (Manual Installation)
4.1.6. How to Remove the SGD Client on Microsoft Windows Platforms (Automatic Installation)
4.1.7. How to Remove the SGD Client on UNIX, Linux, and Mac OS X Platforms (Manual Installation)
4.1.8. How to Remove the SGD Client on UNIX, Linux, and Mac OS X Platforms (Automatic Installation)