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CA Spectrum - 10.2 to 10.2.3
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Last update February 23, 2018

Refer to the upgrade section if already on a previously installed version of CA Spectrum. To know more about the latest release of CA Spectrum refer to our CA communities page.

Refer to the other install scenarios such as patch installation or re-installation and more!

Installing CA Spectrum  

Install the latest version of CA Spectrum to manage your underlying IT infrastructure effectively. Installing CA Spectrum with its various components, dramatically simplifies IT management by linking applications and services to the network for detailed traffic analysis, flows and performance. This section provides you with the detailed step by step guide to installing CA Spectrum.

  1. Refer to the system requirements and set up considerations to learn more about memory, processor speeds and disk space. 
  2. Refer to the SpectroSERVER, OneClick Server and Client system requirements for WindowsLinux or Solaris
    Optional: To launch the OneClick Console and OneClick add-on applications, Install JRE for Windows, Linux or Solaris. 
  3. To set up the administrator privileges, user account controls, network and security settings refer to the prerequisites page for the opted operating system such as WindowsLinux or Solaris .
  4. Install SRAdmin (through either GUI or silent mode on select OS) to install CA Spectrum in a distributed environment or remotely before installing CA Spectrum on the select operating systems. 

  5. Install CA Spectrum on Windows, Linux or Solaris.

Installation Flow for 10.2

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  1. Skyler Cozad
    2018-01-05 01:48

    "Installing." has a period after it on the left hand side.

    1. Vijaya Kumar Gonela
      2018-01-08 04:19

      Hi Skyler Cozad,
      Thanks for pointing this out.

      We had created a copy of the page with a dot (.) in the title for internal content management. We have now removed the dot from the title. Please let us know if you have questions!

      Team DocOps