Follow the instructions below to install LANDesk® Process
Manager. These instructions assume you have the proper system
requirements for a successful installation. For details, see
Note: If you plan to use Process Manager
with both local and domain users, make sure you are logged on as
the domain user when you perform the installation, and that the
account you use to install has Administrator rights on the LPM
server. This is necessary because domain rights override local user
To install Process Manager
Insert the LANDesk Process Manager CD into the CD-ROM
drive. Navigate to your CD-ROM drive and double-click
autorun.exe. If you are installing from an FTP site or the
Internet, you need to download the files to the server and run
From the Welcome page, click on the type of
installation you would like to perform.
Server components only: Installs all required
server components, including the Database Utility and the Workflow
Process Designer only: Installs the tool that
enables you to define, design, model, create, and implement
processes. It can be installed on servers or workstations.
Both Server components and Process Designer:
Installs the server components and Process Designer on the
From the Install Requirements page, click
Install now. If you are missing any required components, the
system will display a box at the bottom of the screen, indicating
what is missing. Click the Fail link to download and install
the missing component(s). Then return to the Install
Requirements page and click Check again.
Once you've passed the prerequisite check, click
From the Choose Setup Language dialog, select
the language you want installed and click OK.
From the setup wizard page, click Next.
From the License Agreement page, if you agree,
click I accept the terms in the license agreement, and click
From the Custom Setup page, confirm the type
of installation you want to perform and the Install location, and
then click Next.
From the Ready to Install page, click
Once the installation is complete, click
Finish, and then close the Installation window. For a server
installation, selecting Launch the Database Utility will
take you to the database application to set up connections to your
database, email server, network domains, etc. See "Setting up the database".