1. Download from here:

· http://www.savision.com/download

2. Run the executable LiveMaps2012_V1011.exe

3. Click Run, at the Security Warning

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4. The installer will extract the files for use during the Install

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5. At the LiveMaps 2012 installation splash screen, click ‘Install Live Maps Authoring Console’

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6. At the Welcome page, click Next

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7. At the License Agreement Page, click I Agree, then click Next

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8. At the Select Installation Folder page, click Next

· C:\Program Files\Savision\Live Maps for OpsMgr 2012\Authoring Console\

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9. Confirm the Installation by clicking Next

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10. Wait while the LiveMaps Authoring Console is installed

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11. At the Installation Complete page, click Close

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12. At the LiveMaps 2012 installation splash screen, click ‘Install Live Maps OpsMgr Extension’

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13. At the Welcome page, click Next

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14. Click Next to confirm the Installation

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15. Click Close at the Installation Complete page

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16. At the LiveMaps 2012 installation splash screen, click ‘Install Live Maps Web Console’

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17. At the Welcome page, click Next

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18. Enter the Root Management and enter the URL of the IIS Server that will host the LiveMaps Webconsole, click Next

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19. Select Forms Authentication (default), click Next

Note: If Windows Authentication is required, this Installation must occur on the RMS emulator.

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20. Note the Installation Folder, then click Next

· C:\Program Files\Savision\Live Maps for OpsMgr 2012\Web Console\

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21. Click Next to Confirm the installation

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22. At the Installation Complete page, click Close

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23. Click Exit at the bottom right hand corner of the Installation splash page

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24. Open the LiveMaps Authoring Console

25. Enter credentials, click OK

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26. At the No Valid License prompt, enter your license key as one single line and click OK

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27. You will see the Authoring Console Initialize

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28. At the Live Maps Authoring Console, Select new Interactive Map

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29. Select the Destination Folder for saving the view

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30. Type in a View Name, click OK

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31. You will see the new view you created

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32. Now you must populate the view

33. In the Live Maps Authoring Console, click Windows Server, select all Domain Controllers

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34. Drag and drop your DC’s onto your map, then locate\relocate as necessary.