Steps for version update

Pre-uninstall steps

  • Take a backup of Cloud Assert VConnect database

  • Take a backup copy of the following files

File Name

File Path

Web.config

C:\inetpub\MgmtSvc-CloudAssert-VConnect

License.cal

C:\inetpub\MgmtSvc-CloudAssert-VConnect\bin

Web.config

C:\inetpub\AzureStack-VConnectAdminExtension

Web.config

C:\inetpub\AzureStack-VConnectRP

Web.config

C:\inetpub\AzureStack-VConnectTenantExtension

Uninstallation steps

  • Uninstall the VConnect service from Control Panel > Programs and features > Uninstall a program

Installation steps

  • Extract the VConnect installers to a location.

  • Install the VConnect Service using ‘CloudAssert.WAP.VConnect.Service.Setup.msi’ installer ➢ Open a new command prompt as administrator.

  • Change the directory to the AdminExtension folder and run the command “CloudAssert.AzureStack.VConnect.Extension.Admin.deploy.cmd /y”

  • Change the directory to the TenantExtension folder and run the command “CloudAssert.AzureStack.VConnect.Extension.Tenant.deploy.cmd /y”

  • Change the directory to the RPWeb folder and run the command “CloudAssert.AzureStack.VConnect.RP.Web.deploy.cmd /y”

Post-installation steps

  • Replace the web.config files with the backed-up copies.

  • Update the database using VConnect tool.

    • Open a powershell window

    • Navigate to the location of the VConnect tool

    • Run the below command by replacing the necessary values to update the database settings

.\VCONNECT.EXE UpdateDatabaseSettings <serverName> <databaseName> <userName> <password> [/isUseIntegratedSecurity] [/VConnectApiEndpoint:<String>] [/VConnectApiUserName:<String>] [/VConnectApiPassword:<String>]

  • Recycle the IIS application pool for the following sites.

    • AzureStack-VConnectAdminExtension

    • AzureStack-VConnectRP

    • AzureStack-VConnectTenantExtension

    • MgmtSvc-CloudAssert-VConnect