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  1. Open Windows PowerShell as Administrator.

  2. Bypass the PowerShell execution policy with the following command:

    Set-ExecutionPolicy bypass
     
  3. Store the credentials for the user "servuser" (created in step 3 of Upgrading from 7.1702 to 7.1704) into a variable $c with the following command:

    $c = Get-Credential

    This prompts you for the credentials, which you must enter and click OK.

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    Please ensure that the User name is entered in the "domain-name\username" format; inourexample it is "WIN-VSGF1NBSVPB\servuser".


     
     

  4. Store the path to the self-hosted.properties and secure.properties files located at C:\EnvProp\ and C:\SecProp\ respectively as in our example, into variables $p and $q respectively. Run the following commands:

    $p = "C:\EnvProp\self-hosted.properties"
    $q = "C:\SecProp\secure.properties"

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    For side-by-side (additional instance) installation, please ensure that separate self-hosted.properties and secure.properties files with unique values are used to be stored in these variables, such as beta-self-hosted.properties and beta-secure.properties.

     


  5. Store the environment into a variable $e with the following command:

    $e = "prod" 

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    For side-by-side (additional instance) installation, please ensure that this value is set to a unique value that is different from the values used for other existing instances of ExamDeveloper, such as "beta" if you have used "prod" for the earlier instance.

     

  6. For the ItemBank service:

    1. Change the directory to the ItemBank service setup folder with the following command:

      cd "<SVNFolder>\ItemBank\"

      Where, <SVNFolder>\ItemBank\ is the location where the ItemBank service setup files have been downloaded.
      Please make sure that the ItemBank service setup path is enclosed in quotes, especially if the path name contains spaces.
       
    2. Run the following command to install the ItemBank service:

      ./setup.ps1 -Credential $c -PropertiesFilePaths $p,$q -Environment $e
       

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      For side-by-side (additional instance) installation, please add the parameter "-SideBySideInstall" to the above command.



  7. For the ExamService service:

    1. Change the directory to the ExamService service setup folder with the following command:

      cd "<SVNFolder>\Exam\"

      Where, <SVNFolder>\Exam\ is the location where the ExamService service setup files have been downloaded.
      Please make sure that the ExamService service setup path is enclosed in quotes, especially if the path name contains spaces.
       
    2. Run the following command to install the ExamService service:

      ./setup.ps1 -Credential $c -PropertiesFilePaths $p,$q -Environment $e 

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      For side-by-side (additional instance) installation, please add the parameter "-SideBySideInstall" to the above command.



  8. For the Project service:

    1. Change the directory to the Project service setup folder with the following command:

      cd "<SVNFolder>\Project\"

      Where, <SVNFolder>\Project\ is the location where the Project service setup files have been downloaded.
      Please make sure that the Project service setup path is enclosed in quotes, especially if the path name contains spaces.
       
    2. Run the following command to install the Project service:

      ./setup.ps1 -Credential $c -PropertiesFilePaths $p,$q -Environment $e
       

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      For side-by-side (additional instance) installation, please add the parameter "-SideBySideInstall" to the above command.



  9. For the User service:

    1. Change the directory to the User service setup folder with the following command:

      cd "<SVNFolder>\User\"

      Where, <SVNFolder>\User\ is the location where the User service setup files have been downloaded.
      Please make sure that the User service setup path is enclosed in quotes, especially if the path name contains spaces.
       
    2. Run the following command to install the User service:

      ./setup.ps1 -Credential $c -PropertiesFilePaths $p,$q -Environment $e
       

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      For side-by-side (additional instance) installation, please add the parameter "-SideBySideInstall" to the above command.



  10. For the Assignment service:

    1. Change the directory to the Assignment service setup folder with the following command:

      cd "<SVNFolder>\Assignment\"

      Where, <SVNFolder>\Assignment\ is the location where the Assignment service setup files have been downloaded.
      Please make sure that the Assignment service setup path is enclosed in quotes, especially if the path name contains spaces.
       
    2. Run the following command to install the Assignment service:

      ./setup.ps1 -Credential $c -PropertiesFilePaths $p,$q -Environment $e
       

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      For side-by-side (additional instance) installation, please add the parameter "-SideBySideInstall" to the above command.



  11. For the Question service:

    1. Change the directory to the Question service setup folder with the following command:

      cd "<SVNFolder>\Question\"

      Where, <SVNFolder>\Question\ is the location where the Question service setup files have been downloaded.
      Please make sure that the Question service setup path is enclosed in quotes, especially if the path name contains spaces.
       
    2. Run the following command to install the Question service:

      ./setup.ps1 -Credential $c -PropertiesFilePaths $p,$q -Environment $e

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      For side-by-side (additional instance) installation, please add the parameter "-SideBySideInstall" to the above command.



  12. For the Asset service:

    1. Change the directory to the Asset service setup folder with the following command:

      cd "<SVNFolder>\Asset\"

      Where, <SVNFolder>\Asset\ is the location where the Asset service setup files have been downloaded.
      Please make sure that the Asset service setup path is enclosed in quotes, especially if the path name contains spaces.
       
    2. Run the following command to install the Asset service:

      ./setup.ps1 -Credential $c -PropertiesFilePaths $p,$q -Environment $e

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      For side-by-side (additional instance) installation, please add the parameter "-SideBySideInstall" to the above command.

  13. For the Notification service:

    1. Change the directory to the Notification service setup folder with the following command:

      cd "<SVNFolder>\Notification\"

      Where, <SVNFolder>\Notification\ is the location where the Notification service setup files have been downloaded.
      Please make sure that the Notification service setup path is enclosed in quotes, especially if the path name contains spaces.
       
    2. Run the following command to install the Notification service:

      ./setup.ps1 -Credential $c -PropertiesFilePaths $p,$q -Environment $e
       

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      For side-by-side (additional instance) installation, please add the parameter "-SideBySideInstall" to the above command.



  14. For the Statistics service:

    1. Change the directory to the Statistics service setup folder with the following command:

      cd "<SVNFolder>\Statistics\"

      Where, <SVNFolder>\Statistics\ is the location where the Statistics service setup files have been downloaded.
      Please make sure that the Statistics service setup path is enclosed in quotes, especially if the path name contains spaces.
       
    2. Run the following command to install the Statistics service:

      ./setup.ps1 -Credential $c -PropertiesFilePaths $p,$q -Environment $e

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      For side-by-side (additional instance) installation, please add the parameter "-SideBySideInstall" to the above command.



  15. For the ItemGroup service:

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    ItemGroup setup is required from release 7.1807, Prior to 7.1807 release, this service is not required to install.

     

    1. Change the directory to the ItemGroup service setup folder with the following command:

      cd "<SVNFolder>\ItemGroup\"

      Where <SVNFolder>\Statistics\ is the location where the Statistics service setup files have been downloaded.
      Please make sure that the Statistics service setup path is enclosed in quotes, especially if the path name contains spaces.
       
    2. Run the following command to install the Statistics service:

      ./setup.ps1 -Credential $c -PropertiesFilePaths $p,$q -Environment $e


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      For side-by-side (additional instance) installation, please add the parameter "-SideBySideInstall" to the above command.


  16. For EDRS:

    1. Change the directory to the EDRS setup folder with the following command:

      cd "<SVNFolder>\EDRS\"

      Where, <SVNFolder>\EDRS\ is the location where the EDRS setup files have been downloaded.
      Please make sure that the EDRS setup path is enclosed in quotes, especially if the path name contains spaces.
       
    2. Run the following command to install EDRS:

      ./setup.ps1 -Credential $c -PropertiesFilePaths $p,$q -Environment $e

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      For side-by-side (additional instance) installation, please add the parameter "-SideBySideInstall" to the above command.



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    EDSS setup is optional, so you need to follow these steps only if you plan to use EDSS.


    For EDSS:

    1. Change the directory to the EDSS setup folder with the following command:

      cd "<SVNFolder>\EDSS\"

      Where, <SVNFolder>\EDSS\ is the location where the EDSS setup files have been downloaded.
      Please make sure that the EDSS setup path is enclosed in quotes, especially if the path name contains spaces.
       
    2. Run the following command to install EDSS:

      ./setup.ps1 -Credential $c -PropertiesFilePaths $p,$q -Environment $e

       

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      For side-by-side (additional instance) installation, please add the parameter "-SideBySideInstall" to the above command.

       

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    EDQSSsetup is optional, so you need to follow these steps only if you plan to use EDQSS.


    For EDQSS:

    1. Change the directory to the EDQSS setup folder with the following command:

      cd "<SVNFolder>\EDQSS\"

      Where, <SVNFolder>\EDQSS\ is the location where the EDQSS setup files have been downloaded.
      Please make sure that the EDQSS setup path is enclosed in quotes, especially if the path name contains spaces.
       
    2. Run the following command to install EDQSS:

      ./setup.ps1 -Credential $c -PropertiesFilePaths $p,$q -Environment $e

       

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      For side-by-side (additional instance) installation, please add the parameter "-SideBySideInstall" to the above command.

  19. For the ExamDeveloper application:

    1. Change the directory to the ExamDeveloper setup folder with the following command:

      cd "<SVNFolder>\Web\"

      Where, <SVNFolder>\Web\ is the location where the ExamDeveloper setup files have been downloaded.
      Please make sure that the ExamDeveloper setup path is enclosed in quotes, especially if the path name contains spaces.
       
    2. Run the following command to install ExamDeveloper:

      ./setup.ps1 -PropertiesFile $p -SecurePropertiesFile $q -Environment $e

       

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      For side-by-side (additional instance) installation, no extra parameter should be added to the above command

 

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Please follow the instructions in Uninstall service using command prompt to uninstall service manually.

 


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