Prior to installing and starting Security Manager Plus in your enterprise, ensure that the following are taken care of :
1. The web server port of Security Manager Plus server for HTTP access (Standard Mode), by default, is 6262.
2. The web server port of Security Manager Plus server for HTTPS access (Secured Mode), by default, is 6767.
If these ports are occupied, you can alter them in the server.xml file located in the <Security Manager Plus_Install_Dir>/conf directory.
3. The MySQL database server port is 33300. If this port is occupied, you can alter it in the database_params.conf file located in the <Security Manager Plus_Install_Dir>/conf directory.
4. The Security Manager Plus Server listener port is 9004 by default. It is used for server to agent communication only. The Security Manager Plus Agent communicates to the server through this port number.
If this port is occupied, the server will not start up. This port can be altered from the ports.properties file located in the <Security Manager Plus_Install_Dir>/conf directory.
An internet connection, with a minimum speed of 56 kbps, should be available in the machine running the Security Manager Plus server. This is to ensure that you receive updates of the latest vulnerabilities added to our Central Repository Server (CRS), hosted at our ManageEngine site.
If you are using a proxy server to connect to the Internet then the Security Manager Plus proxy settings have to be configured in Security Manager Plus server without fail during first login.
In Linux systems, for Security Manager Plus server to use NMap OS detection, proper privileges need to given to the NMap executable, before
starting the Security Manager Plus server.
In order to do so, please execute the script file nmaposdetect.sh located in <Security Manager Plus_Install_Dir>/scripts directory in "superuser mode".
If you intend to run the Security Manager Plus server in Linux OS, ensure that Samba-TNG software
(version 0.4.99 and above) is installed.
This software facilitates communication between the Linux server and target Windows
Useful while identifying missing patches in target Windows machine (only in
You can download the software from : http://download.samba-tng.org/tng/0.4.99/ .
For more information on Samba-TNG, refer to : http://www.samba-tng.org .
Note: Please ensure that SAMBA_HOME environment variable is pointing to the Samba TNG Home directory.