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Installing the Data Security module of the Security Manager
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Follow these instructions to install Forcepoint DLP components on the Forcepoint management server. This includes:
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It is assumed you have reached this point by starting a Forcepoint Security Manager installation. If not, see Creating a Forcepoint management server.
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On the Select Components screen, click Next to accept the default selections.
 
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If prompted, click OK to indicate if services such as SMTP will be enabled.
Required Windows components will be installed. You may need access to the operating system installation disc or image.
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Note that you can install the Fingerprinting database to a local path only.
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Archiving lets you manage the size of your incident database and optimize performance. Backup lets you safeguard your policies, forensics, configuration, data, fingerprints, encryption keys, and more.
If you do not plan to archive incidents or perform system backup and restore, you do not need to fill out this screen.
Before proceeding, create a folder in a location that both the database and Forcepoint management server can access. (The folder must exist before you click Next.) On average, this folder will hold 10 GB of data, so choose a location that can accommodate this.
On the Temporary Folder Location screen, complete the fields as follows:
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Mark Enable incident archiving and system backup to make it possible to archive old or aging incidents and perform system backup or restore. This box does not appear when you run the installer in Modify mode and perform a disaster recovery restore operation.
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In the From SQL Server field, enter the path that the SQL Server should use to access the temporary folder. As a best practice, use a remote UNC path, though local and shared network paths are supported. Make sure the account used to run SQL has write access to this folder.
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In the From Forcepoint management server field, enter the UNC path the management server should use to access the temporary folder. For example: \\10.2.1.1.\folder. Enter a user name and password for a user who is authorized to access this location.
To grant this permission, issue the following T-SQL commands on the SQL Server instance:
USE master
GRANT BACKUP DATABASE TO <user>
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After installation of Forcepoint DLP components, you can revoke this permission:
USE master
REVOKE BACKUP DATABASE TO <user>
GO
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In the Installation Confirmation screen, click Install to begin installation of Forcepoint DLP components.
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Clicking No cancels the installation.
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A similar message for port 443 may appear. Click Yes to continue or No to cancel the installation.
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When the Installation Complete screen appears, click Finish to close the Forcepoint DLP installer.
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Otherwise, you are returned to the Installer Dashboard and the next component installer is launched.
For information on installing other Forcepoint DLP components, such as the protector, mobile agent, Analytics Server, crawler, or endpoint client, see the Forcepoint DLP Installation Guide.

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