System requirements to install Symantec Protection Engine on Solaris
The following are the minimum system requirements for installing Symantec Protection Engine on Solaris:
Solaris 10 and 11
Ensure that your operating system has the latest service patches available.
4 GB of RAM or higher
5 GB of hard disk space
10 GB of hard disk space for using URL Filtering feature
Network interface card (NIC) running TCP/IP with a static IP address
Internet connection to update definitions
100 Mbps Ethernet link (1 Gbps recommended)
J2SE Runtime Environment (JRE) 5.0 (update 13 or later), JRE 6.0 (update 21 or later), or JRE 7.0 (update 03 or later)
It is recommended to use JRE 7.0 (update 03 or later).
If you install the self-extracting JRE, ensure that you note the installation location. You must provide the location of the JRE if the installer is unable to detect it.
Symantec Protection Engine supports only 32-bit versions of Java Runtime Environment. Symantec Protection Engine cannot be installed with 64-bit JRE versions.
One of the following Web browsers to access the Symantec Protection Engine console:
Mozilla Firefox 10 or later
Use Mozilla Firefox to access the Symantec Protection Engine console from a Solaris or Linux client computer.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 or later
Use Microsoft Internet Explorer to access the Symantec Protection Engine console from a Windows client computer.
The Web browser is only required for Web-based administration. You must install the Web browser on a computer from which you want to access the Symantec Protection Engine console. The computer must have access to the server on which Symantec Protection Engine runs.