Install or upgrade Adobe Connect 9.7 Install or upgrade Adobe Connect 9.7 and related components like Events module, AEM, telephony adaptors, and database. Install Adobe Connect application for desktop Administrators can use command-line options to install the Adobe Connect application for desktop across multiple systems in their organization. Verify your Adobe Connect installation Verify your Adobe Connect installation after running the installer and before deploying to ensure that all the components are working. Install Adobe Connect Edge Server Read the article to know how to install Adobe Connect Edge Server Uninstall Adobe Connect server Know how to uninstall your existing Adobe Connect, AEM Author, AEM Publish, Edge server, and Adobe Media Gateway servers. Adobe Connect installation system requirements Know the hardware, software, ports, and network requirements to install Adobe Connect. Back up user data, database, and settings of Adobe Connect server Set and configure your Adobe Connect server to back up the server and user data. Best practices and resources to secure Adobe Connect installation Best practices and references to secure Adobe Connect installation related to SSL, services, password policies, audits, SQL server security, and so on. Build custom reports from Adobe Connect database Read to know how account administrators can create custom reports from Adobe Connect database. Configure Dispatcher for AEM bundled with Adobe Connect Know how to configure the Dispatcher to load balance the traffic on the clustered AEM servers installed as a part of Adobe Connect Events solution. Configure Help and resources links Know how to configure the links to Help and support resources in Adobe Connect on-premise installations. Configure PDF to SWF conversion Know how to configure the PDF to SWF conversion of the PDF files uploaded to Adobe Connect. Configure a reverse proxy infront of Adobe Connect Read to know how to configure a reverse proxy for Adobe Connect. Apache HTTP Server example is used to illustrate the configuration. Configure a video telephony device to work with Adobe Connect Learn how to enable a video telephony device on an Adobe Media Gateway (AMG) so that it integrates with Adobe Connect. Configure email notification settings for account information How administrators can configure the email notifications containing reports of an Adobe Connect account. Configure shared storage Know how to configure Adobe Connect to use NAS and SAN devices to manage content storage of the meeting archives, uploaded content, recordings, and so on. Configure single sign-on (SSO) for your Adobe Connect account How administrators can configure single sign-on (SSO) for a Adobe Connect account to authenticate via proxy server or NTLM. Configure the session timeout value Specify how long a login session or a Meeting instance can be idle before the server disconnects it. Deploy Adobe Connect Know how to deploy your Adobe Connect server by making it accessible over the Internet by defining an FQDN. Deploy Adobe Connect Edge Server Know how to deploy Adobe Connect Edge Server to enhance security, to decrease latency, to load balance, and to provide a failover. Deploy Universal Voice Deploy Universal Voice to integrate your phone line with VoIP. Learn how to configure and troubleshoot AMG and SIP server for this audio configuration. Deploy integrated telephony adaptors Know how to deploy the telephony adaptors installed with Adobe Connect and allow users to connect to an audio bridge. Host the Adobe Connect application for desktop on your server Host the application for desktop on your server, say behind a firewall, and point users to the local download locations when they try installing the application for desktop. Integrate Adobe Connect with LDAP directory service Learn how you can create Adobe Connect user accounts automatically or authenticate Adobe Connect users via LDAP directory service. Maintain disk space and clean cache on an Adobe Connect server Monitor the available disk space on the system running an Adobe Connect server and clear the cache. Manage and monitor Adobe Connect server logs Read to configure logging on, know the log files of, and understand the log file format of an Adobe Connect server. Prepare to install Adobe Connect server Understand the installation workflow, the architecture, the data flow, about the telephony adaptors, and about the Edge servers before you install Adobe Connect. Prepare to migrate and upgrade Adobe Connect server Know the prerequisites and the workflow for upgrading your existing Adobe Connect installation to Adobe Connect, including the database and user content. Prepare to install the integrated telephony adaptors Know how to install the telephony adaptors that integrate with Adobe Connect to provide audio conferencing capabilities. Secure Adobe Connect servers and database Learn how to secure your Adobe Connect servers and related databases, network, and clusters. Create service accounts to run Adobe Connect more securely. Start and stop Adobe Connect services Start and stop Adobe Connect and related services, like telephony, edge server, and media gateway services. Supported configurations for Adobe Connect servers Know about the various supported configurations of Adobe Connect, AEM, databases, Adobe Media Gateway, and LDAP directory servers. Use the Application Management Console to configure Adobe Connect Server Use the Application Management Console to configure Adobe Connect Server application settings and directory service settings and enable features on your server. Install Adobe Connect 9.6 using the installer Install Adobe Connect and related components like Events module, AEM, telephony adaptors, and database using the installer. Upgrade to Adobe Connect 9.6 using the installer Upgrade to Adobe Connect 9.6 and related components like Events module, AEM, telephony adaptors, and database using the installer. Some content linked from this page may appear in English only.