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Finalise setup

This section covers:

Uploading an Osirium product licence

Once the configuration has completed and your server has rebooted, you will need to log on using the UI and upload a valid Osirium PAM product licence to get started.

  1. Once successfully logged on, open up the Admin Interface. You will be prompted to upload a valid Osirium PAM licence before you can start using the server.

    Licence upload

  2. Click on the Shared Drive icon icon located in the top right hand corner. The Shared Drive window will open.

    Upload your Osirium PAM licence to the Shared Drive. For further details on how to upload a file see Uploading a file.

  3. Click Choose File, navigate to and select the Osirium PAM licence file.

    Licence upload

  4. Click Upload.

  5. Click Acknowledge within the Action notifications window. Your browser will be refreshed.

  6. Your server is now ready.

    PAM UI login

  7. To confirm the cluster status, on the Admin Interface navigate to the System configuration > Clustering tab. Information on this page will update if additional nodes (followers) are joined to the cluster.

    If there is only one node the Local role will be displayed as Standalone.

    Cluster tab standalone

    Once a second node has been created and joined to the cluster the Local role will be updated to Leader and the Node status will be displayed as Clustered.

    Cluster tab clustered

Uploading a trusted certificate

By default, Osirium PAM provides a generic certificate to allow secure web connections to the UI and Admin Interface.

We recommend that you upload a trusted certificate valid within your organisation.

For further details on certificates and how to upload a trusted certificate click here.

Adding a follower node

Once the first server (leader cluster node) has been created, if you wish to create a clustered environment of multiple servers you can begin to deploy and join subsequent PAM Server nodes (followers) to the cluster.

The installation steps for joining follower nodes to a cluster differ to that of the first node in the cluster. To add a node (follower) to the cluster see Deploying and joining a follower node to your cluster.