Installation and Upgrade Guide for Cisco Unified Intelligence Center Release 9.0(1)
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This guide explains how to install and upgrade Unified Intelligence Center.


This guide is prepared for partners, specialists, and system administrators who are responsible for the installation of Unified Intelligence Center.


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In addition to this preface, this guide is arranged as follows:

This Chapter...


Chapter 1, Before You Install

An overview of Unified Intelligence Center.

A configuration worksheet for gathering information needed for the installation.

Chapter 2, Beginning the Installation - All Nodes

The media check and the hardware check.

The basic configuration screens for all nodes.

Chapter 3, Configuring the Controller

Configuration steps for the Controller node.

Chapter 4 - Installation

Processes that occur during the installation.

Chapter 5, Sign in to the Administration Console

Signing in to the Administration interface to upload the license and create the Member information.

Chapter 6 - Configuring the Member(s)

Configuration steps for the Member node.

Chapter 7 - Software Upgrades

Explains how to use Cisco Unified OS Administration to upgrade your Unified Intelligence Center software.

Chapter 8 - Frequently Asked Questions about the Installation

Tips and frequently-asked questions.


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