KB ID : 103080
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Published : Feb. 1, 2018
Created : Feb. 1, 2018
Last Modified : Feb. 1, 2018


This KB article assists you with steps to install VIS manually when push installation is unsupported in target machines due to following reasons:

  • User doesn't have native administrative privileges.
  • If Windows machine is Desktop OS.
  • Remote installation is not supported for this Windows OS.

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Follow below steps to install VIS manually in Microsoft Windows systems:

  • Download VembuIntegrationService.zip via Download option as shown in above screenshot.
  • Extract downloaded zip file which contains following files in it:
    • VembuIntegrationService_X_X_X.msi (64-bit installer)
    • VembuIntegrationService_x86_X_X_X.msi (32-bit installer)
    • InstallationDetails.xml(Configuration file)
    • Installation_steps.pdf

  • Edit InstallationDetails.xml file by adding following values to attributes:
    • “Host_Name”: the value should be either IP address or machine name of target windows machine. You must use the same value while adding it to Vembu BDR server.
               Note: Ensure target is reachable from network of Vembu BDR.
    • “PortNo”: value must be “42005”. Ensure no application is using the port before installing VIS.
    • Leave rest of the fields unchanged.

  • Place the edited configuration file(InstallationDetails.xml) and *.msi file (32-bit or 64-bit installer based on Windows OS) in following location:
             C:\Windows\Vembu\<Configuration File & Installer>(If folder structure doesn't exist, create it and if already exist, replace existing files with new files).
  • Install *.msi file, by double-clicking over it. (Read Note section before installation).
  • Once done, add the Microsoft Windows Host via Vembu BDR web console.

VembuIntegrationService installation requires Microsoft VC++ redistributable packages pre-installed.

Required packages for 32 bit OS architecture machines :

Required packages for 64 bit OS architecture machines :

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