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  • How do I find out my Build number?
  • 1 Log in to the ADAudit Plus web console, and click License in the top pane.
  • 2 You will find the build number mentioned below the product version. This is the current build number of ADAudit Plus.

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  • How do I find my database type?
  • 1 Log in to the ADAudit Plus web console, and click the Support tab.
  • 2 On the Support Info tile, click More.
  • 3 Under Basic Check, click the Machine Details drop-down to find your Database type specified at the bottom.

    How do I find my database type?

ADAudit Plus Service Pack

We recommend users move to the latest version, ADAudit Plus 7.0 build 7007 (released in November 2021). We also recommend that you back up the existing ADAudit Plus installation before upgrading as this helps prevent accidental loss of data.

     
If your Build Number is Upgrade to Build Number
7000 to 7006

Download and upgrade to latest 7007

6000 to 6077

Download and upgrade to 7000

5100 to 5121

Download and upgrade to 6000

5000 to 5054

Download and upgrade to 5100

4640 to 4693

Download and upgrade to 5000

4600 to 4630

Download and upgrade to 4640

4500 to 4544

Download and upgrade to 4600

4100 to 4141

Download and upgrade to 4500

4000 to 4052

Download and upgrade to 4100

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Note: Depending on your current build number, you may need to apply a series of service packs before you can upgrade to the latest build.  If you have to install more than one service pack, exit Update Manager after every installation.

Instructions to apply Service Pack

How do I find my database type?

Steps to apply service pack (PostgreSQL/MySQL)

  1. Stop the ADAudit Plus server (Start → Run. Type services.msc and stop  ManageEngine ADAudit Plus).
  2. Back up the existing ADAudit Plus installation by following any of the steps below:
    • Take a snapshot of the server where ADAudit Plus is installed.
    • Zip the entire product installation folder, i.e.:
       <Installation_folder>\ManageEngine\ADAudit Plus
  3. Go to <Installation_folder>\ManageEngine\ADAudit Plus\bin, open the Command Prompt using Run as administrator, and then execute UpdateManager.bat.

    Note: You will be prompted to back up configuration data as a precaution. If you have already taken a back up of ADAudit Plus as mentioned in Step 2 (which we recommend), type n to proceed with the installation. Otherwise, type y to back up the database.

  4. Click Browse, and select the downloaded PPM file → Install.

    Note: Wait until the upgrade completes. Do not terminate the service pack upgrade process prematurely. If you are applying multiple service packs, ensure that you exit the Update Manager after each installation.

Steps to apply service pack (MS SQL)

  1. Stop the ADAudit Plus server (Start → Run. Type services.msc and stop ManageEngine ADAudit Plus).
  2. Back up the existing ADAudit Plus installation by following any of the steps below:
    • Take a snapshot of the server where ADAudit Plus is installed.
    • Zip the entire product installation folder, i.e.: <Installation_folder>\ManageEngine\ADAudit Plus
    • Take a backup of the database using the detach and attach method:
      1. Log in to Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio.
      2. Right-click on the database (DB) that you want to move (eg: adap). Select Task → Detach.
      3. In the Detach DB wizard, check both boxes next to Drop Connections and Update Statistics, and click Ok.
      4. Go to the DB storage path (E.g.: C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL10_50.SQLEXPRESS\MSSQL\DATA). Copy the .mdf and .ldf files (eg: adap.mdf and adap_log.ldf).
      5. Save both of the above files in any desired location (to ensure there is a backup).
      6. Log in to Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio.
      7. Right-click on Databases → Task →  Attach.
      8. In the Attach DB wizard, click Add.
      9. Select the .mdf file from the existing DB storage path (eg: C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL10_50.SQLEXPRESS\MSSQL\DATA), and click Ok (the .ldf file will be selected automatically).
  3. Run the following command from the Run dialog box to open the command prompt as a different user: cmd /k runas /user:<domain\username> cmd. Replace <domain\username> with the actual domain and the username of the account you want to use depending on your authentication type.
    • If you are using Windows Authentication to connect to MS SQL in ADAudit Plus, enter the username of the Active Directory service account used by ADAudit Plus configured under Services.msc > ManageEngine ADAudit Plus > Log On and provide the password when prompted.
    • If you are using SQL Server Authentication, enter the username of an Active Directory account that has write access to the ADAudit Plus installation folder and provide the password when prompted.

    Redirect the command prompt to <Installation_Folder>\ManageEngine\ADAudit Plus\bin and execute the UpdateManager.bat file.

    Note: You will be prompted to back up configuration data as a precaution. If you have already taken a backup of ADAudit Plus as mentioned in Step 2 (which we recommend), type n to proceed with the installation. Otherwise, type y to back up the database.

  4. Click Browse and select the downloaded PPM file → Install.

    Note: Wait until the upgrade completes. Do not terminate the service pack upgrade process prematurely. If you are applying multiple service packs, ensure that you exit the Update Manager after each installation.

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