Before the CCS Application Server can use a newly installed CCS Manager, you must register the CCS Manager with the CCS Application Server. When you register a CCS Manager, the Directory Service verifies a copy of the certificate that is assigned to the CCS Manager host. The certificate is then used to secure communications with the CCS Manager. When you register the CCS Manager, you can also configure the CCS Manager settings.
Assign the first CCS Manager that you register to the Load Balancer role.
If you install the CCS Manager along with the CCS Application Server, using the CCS Suite installer, by default, that CCS Manager is registered in the System Topology in the CCS Console and all roles are assigned to that CCS Manager.
For stand-alone CCS Manager installations, you must register the CCS Managers and assign appropriate roles to the CCS Managers, through the CCS Console.
Perform the following procedure before registering the CCS Manager:
Install the CCS Manager. You can install the CCS Manager along with the CCS Application Server on a single computer, See Installing the CCS Suite.
Double-click the shortcut icon of the CCS Console on the computer desktop.
In the launched Select Symantec Control Compliance Suite Server dialog box, enter the following:
Enter the name of the computer on which the CCS Application Server is installed.
Enter the port number of the computer that hosts the CCS Application Server. By default, the port is 1431.
Click OK to launch the CCS Console.
In the System Topology > Map View or System Topology > Grid View, click Infrastructure Tasks > Register CCS Manager.
In the CCS Manager Selection panel, select one or more CCS Manager hosts to register and click Next.
The CCS Manager Selection panel displays the unregistered CCS Manager hosts in your network.
You must first install a CCS Manager in your network for that CCS Manager to show up in the CCS Manager Selection panel.
In the Site Selection panel, select the site to which the CCS Manager hosts should be assigned. You can use an existing site or create a new site. To create a new site, click Create Site and enter a site name and click OK.
In the Role Selection panel, select the roles to which the CCS Manager should be assigned. You must assign the CCS Manager to at least one role.
Expand Advanced Options to change the port the CCS Manager uses to communicate with the CCS Application Server. The default port is 5600. Click Next.
If you selected the Data Collection Service role, in the Data Collector Selection panel, select the data collectors that the CCS Manager should use, then click Next.
If you selected the Reporting Service role, In the Confirm or change the CCS Manager to Use for Synchronizing the Reporting Database panel, select the CCS Manager that should perform synchronization of the reporting database, then click Next.
In the Summary panel, review the CCS Manager settings and click Finish.
In the Finished panel, click Close.
Click Change advanced settings for the new CCS Manager to configure the advanced settings for the CCS Manager which you registered.
Click Register another CCS Manager to register one more CCS Manager in your network.