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Install Reflection for Secure IT on a Workstation

Note: You must log on with administrator privileges to install Reflection for Secure IT. If you do not have the necessary access rights, ask your system administrator to elevate your privileges.

To install on a workstation

  1. Run the Attachmate Setup wizard.

    If you install from

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    A download site

    Click the download link, and then run the download program. Select a location for the installer files, and then click Next. This extracts the files to the specified location and starts the Attachmate Setup wizard.

    An administrative installation image

    From the administrative installation point, double-click the setup.exe file.

  2. From the Attachmate Setup wizard, click Continue, then follow the instructions on the Attachmate Setup wizard user interface.
  3. (Optional) To personalize the installation, click the User Information tab and enter the name, organization, and Volume Purchase Agreement (VPA) number (if you have a VPA).

    Note: The purpose of VPA numbers, which are issued by Attachmate, is to allow customer support to expedite service requests.

  4. (Optional) To change the default installation folder, click the File Location tab and browse to the folder in which you want to install Reflection for Secure IT.
  5. (Optional) To change the default user data directory, click the File Location tab and browse to the directory you want to use. (The user data directory must be a trusted location.)
  6. (Optional) To select which features, components, or languages are installed, click the Feature Selection tab.
  7. Click Install Now.

Note: Use the Advanced tab of the installer only if you want to create an Administrative installation. An administrative installation does not actually install the product — instead, it places an image of Reflection for Secure IT on a network location for later installation to multiple workstations. This network location can be used by deployment tools to access and create packages that are deployed to workstations. End users can perform workstation installations by running setup.exe from this location.

Related Topics

Upgrading from Previous Versions

Administrative Installations

Customizing Your Installation