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Summation Pro 5.6.3 Has Been Released

Created by: Tod Ewasko
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Please find the release notes attached and download locations below.

All assisted upgrades are a paid engagements, contact us at support@accessdata.com to receive a quote. 

Please review the specifications guide here: Summation Specification Guide

VALIDATE YOUR DATABASE

1. Install the DBConfig tool.
2. Log into Windows as the Summation service account.
3. Launch DBConfig (C:\Program Files\AccessData\DBConfigTool\DBConfig.exe)
4. Select the "Default" configuration from the list.
5. Click "Validate"
6. Check all of the boxes
7. Select "Windows Authentication" from the Authentication Mode drop-down list.
8. Click Validate
9. Copy the results to a text document and send to support@accessdata.com

DO NOT CONTINUE IF STEP 8 shows any errors.

Single Server Installer Download Information

The Summation Pro 5.6.3 Single Server installer can be downloaded using this link.

The installation and upgrade guides for the Single Server installer are available in the following link: Summation Install Guides.

Multi-Server Installer Download Information

The Summation Pro 5.6.3 Multi-Server installer can be downloaded using the following credentials: 
Username: accessdata-sument
Password: SxcBy\V^kkU0
 
This can also be accessed via FTP using the same credentials above but using the FTP URL below:
URL: ftps://ftp1.accessdata.com
Note: Windows currently does not provide native SFTP functionality (Unix and OS X, however, do). To connect to a SFTP site on a Windows operating system you will need to use a client capable of SFTP like WinSCP or FileZilla
 
The installation guide for the Multi-Server installer is available here.

Summation Pro 5.6.3 is compatible with FTK/LAB 5.6.0.

Feel free to post below with questions or comments. If you have support issues please submit a ticket above to generate a request.

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    Vilius Benetis

    What does it mean - single server? when Database is in the same server?

    And multiserver - when database is separately?

    I just finishing installing 5.6 with separate MS server in two sites - and I have used unsupported procedures to change configuration files (support refused to assist, and during install there was no option to choose).

    So for upgrade, which app version I should use, and which document I should follow to upgrade from 5.6?

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    Tod Ewasko

    Single server meaning all our components are on the same server. If you are looking for more options during install use the advanced installer.

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    Carlos Figueras

    Where do we find the DBConfig tool?
    I ask because we didn't install Summation Pro, Access Data did the install.

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    Chris Jensen

    Usually found at C:\Program Files\AccessData\DBConfigTool then look for DBconfig.exe

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