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The installer displays a Welcome dialog (shown in Figure 3.31).
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Click Next to continue to the License Agreement dialog.

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Use the Installation Directory dialog (shown in Figure 3.33) to specify the location of the PEM server, and access the Advanced options dialog:
Use the Installation Directory field to open a browser dialog and select the directory in which the PEM server will be installed.
If you are installing the PEM server on an existing server, check the box next to Show advanced options to instruct the installer to include the Advanced options dialog in the installation process.
Click Next to continue.

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Use the radio buttons on the Advanced options dialog (shown in Figure 3.34) to specify an installation type. Select:
Web Services and Database if both the Postgres server and the PEM-HTTPD server will reside on the current host. This option is valid if you are using an existing Postgres server to host the PEM server, or using the PEM server installer to install the Postgres server on which the PEM server will reside.
If you select Web Services and Database, the PEM server installer will check the current host for a PEM-HTTPD installation, and upgrade or install PEM-HTTPD if necessary.
Web Services if only the PEM-HTTPD server will reside on the current host. See Section 3.1.2.2 for more information about invoking this option.
Database if you are installing only the PEM server (and creating the pem backend database) on the current host. This option is valid if you are using an existing Postgres server to host the PEM server, or using the PEM server installer to install the PostgreSQL server on which PEM will reside.
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Use the drop-down listbox on the Database Server Selection dialog (Figure 3.35) to select a backend database for the PEM server:
Select the PostgreSQL 9.6 (Packaged) option to instruct the installation wizard to install and use the PostgreSQL server that is packaged with the PEM server installer.
Select Other Database Server to instruct the PEM server installer to use a Postgres database that was installed from a source other than an EnterpriseDB installer (i.e. from an rpm, or built from source).
Note that the selected database server must include an installation of the sslutils contrib module, and have a startup script (on Linux) or a registered service (on Windows). For information about Preparing the Postgres Server, please see Section 3.1.3.1.
If you selected Web Services and Database on the Advanced options dialog, the installation wizard will check the current host for an existing PEM-HTTPD installation, and upgrade or install the service as needed.
If you selected Database on the Advanced options dialog, the Database Server Installation Details dialog opens (shown in Figure 3.36).
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Use the fields on the Database Server Installation Details dialog to describe the connection to the Postgres server that will host the PEM server:
Click Next to continue.
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Use the Network Details dialog (Figure 3.37) to specify the CIDR-style network address from which the PEM agents will connect to the server (the client-side address). The specified address will be added to the server's pg_hba.conf file.
You can specify additional network addresses by manually adding entries to the pg_hba.conf file on the PostgreSQL server if required, using the initial entry as a template.
When you've added the Network address, click Next to continue to the Agent Details dialog.
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The wizard is now ready to install the PEM server (see Figure 3.39). Click Back to modify any of the options previously selected, or Next to continue with the installation.
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Click OK to acknowledge that the pem database has been created, and continue to the Completed… dialog (shown in Figure 3.42).
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Modify the pg_hba.conf file on the Postgres server host to allow connections between the hosts.


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