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Here are the steps for BO 4.0 SP6 Installation on Windows. BO 4.1 is the latest version available at Marketplace.

Download media from Service Market Place

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Extract file and run setup.exe

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Choose a language for the setup program to use during the installation process. The language setting is used by the installation program to display information to you in the language of your choice.

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The installation program checks for required components. Review the results and decide whether to continue with the installation, or abort and correct any unmet requirements.

If a dependency prerequisite condition is critical, the installation program will not allow the installation to proceed. If a missing or unsupported component is optional, you have the option to either continue with the installation or stop and correct the condition. The installation program will provide information on how to correct the condition.

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Accept the License Agreement.

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Enter Temporary Product Key. This can be found on SAP Service Market Place.

Permanent key can be provided later.

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To install support for a language, select it from the list.

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The Choose Install Type screen is used to select the installation component options.

We choose ‘Custom’.

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Enter the path into which the installation program will install SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence platform. If the folder does not exist, the installation program creates it.

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As a result of having chosen the ‘Custom Installation’ option we can now view the functionalities that have been installed and the ones that haven’t.

As per requirement, you can add the ones that do not get installed by default.

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Disk Cost can be checked

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Start a new installation

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Enter a name and port number for the System Intelligence Agent (SIA) node.

Port 6410 is a standard TCP/IP port number reserved for use with a the BI platform SIA.

The name must consist of English alphanumeric characters (A-Z, a-z, and 0-9) and contain no spaces or other punctuation. The SIA name cannot start with a number.

This is the name that you will see in the Central Configuration Manager (CCM). Many CMS servers can be managed by a single SIA.

The port is used for the SIA to listen for incoming connections from the CMS. The SIA must be able to receive incoming connections on this port, so ensure that your firewall is configured appropriately.

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Review the default value for the Central Management Server (CMS) port number. This is the port on which the CMS listens for incoming connections from the web application server, web server (if applicable), other CMS nodes (if applicable) and servers. The CMS must be able to receive incoming connections on this port, so ensure that your firewall is configured appropriately.

Port 6400 is a standard TCP/IP port number reserved for use with the BI platform CMS.

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Enter the CMS Administrator password and CMS cluster key for the existing CMS host.

Communication between some CMS components is encrypted to provide a higher level of security. The cluster key must match the key entered on the existing CMS host, to which you are attempting to connect.

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Provide passwords for SQL Server administrator and BOEUSER accounts

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Kept the default ports for Tomcat

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Kept the default port for WACS

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If you chose to install the bundled Subversion version control system for use with Lifecycle Manager, confirm the port number and enter and confirm a password for the BI platform to use when accessing the Subversion repository.

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The BI platform can integrate with your organization’s deployment of SAP Solution Manager Diagnostics (SMD).

If required can be done later.

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The BI platform can integrate with your organization’s deployment of CA Wily Introscope Enterprise Manager. If required can be done later.

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The Start Installation screen appears. Click Next to install.

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Central Configuration Manager

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Central Management Console Login

Provide credentials
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Post-install diagnostic checks

You can run the Monitoring Tool at any time to run a diagnostics check and look for problems.

To access the Monitoring Tool in order to run diagnostic tests, log on to the Central Management Console (CMC), select the Monitoring screen, and click the Probes tab.

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