Chapter 3. Installing and Configuring

Table of Contents

3.1. Product Requirements
3.1.1. Operating System Requirements
3.1.2. Sun Ray Operating Software
3.1.3. Windows Remote Desktop Support
3.1.4. Feature Differences Between Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linux Platforms
3.1.5. Disk Space Requirements
3.1.6. Additional Oracle Solaris Requirements
3.1.7. Additional Oracle Linux Requirements
3.1.8. Java Runtime Environment (JRE) Requirements
3.1.9. Sun Ray Admin GUI Web Server Requirements
3.1.10. Web Browser Requirements
3.1.11. Sun Ray Data Store Port Requirements
3.1.12. How to Install Apache Tomcat
3.1.13. Ports and Protocols
3.2. Installing
3.2.1. Using the utsetup Command
3.2.2. Not Using the utsetup Command
3.2.3. Automating Sun Ray Software Installations
3.2.4. Installing Firmware Before Sun Ray Software Installation
3.2.5. How to Install and Configure Sun Ray Software
3.2.6. How to Install the Windows Connector Components on a Windows System
3.2.7. How to Clone a Sun Ray Server
3.2.8. How to Install and Configure a Sun Ray Server With Default Settings
3.2.9. How to Remove Sun Ray Software
3.2.10. Installation (utinstall) Error Messages
3.3. Configuring Oracle Solaris Trusted Extensions
3.3.1. How to Configure a Private Network on Oracle Solaris Trusted Extensions
3.3.2. How to Configure Shared Multilevel Ports (MLP) for Sun Ray Services
3.3.3. How to Increase the Number of X Server Ports
3.3.4. How to Configure the Windows Connector on Oracle Solaris Trusted Extensions
3.4. Upgrading
3.4.1. Installing Firmware Before Sun Ray Software Upgrade
3.4.2. How to Upgrade Sun Ray Software
3.4.3. Planning Upgrades Using Failover Groups
3.4.4. How to Preserve Sun Ray Software Configuration Data

This chapter provides an overview of installing and configuring Sun Ray Software on a system, which makes it a Sun Ray server.