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.
In addition to this preface, this guide is arranged as follows:
This manual uses the following conventions:
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