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How to Install the MBAM Language Update on a Single Server

Updated: November 1, 2012

Applies To: Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring 1.0

Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring (MBAM) includes four server roles that can be run on one or more computers. However, only two MBAM Server features require the update to support installation of the MBAM 1.0 language release and the MBAM Policy Template. To update all three of the required MBAM features to be installed on one computer, perform the steps described in this topic.

To install the MBAM language update on a single server

  1. Open the Internet Information Services (IIS) Management Console, go to Sites , and then shut down the Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring website.

  2. Edit the bindings for the MBAM website, and then temporarily modify the bindings of the site. For example, change the port from 443 to 9443.

  3. Locate and run the MBAM setup wizard (MBAMsetup.exe) and select the following three features:

    1. Compliance and Audit Reports

    2. Administration and Monitoring Server

    3. Group Policy Templates

    ImportantImportant
    The MBAM server features must be updated in the following order: Compliance and Audit Reports first, then Administration and Monitoring Server. The Group Policy templates can be updated at any time without concern for sequence.

  4. After you upgrade the server database, open the IIS Management Console and review the bindings of the Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring website.

  5. Delete one of the bindings and ensure that the remaining binding has the correct host name, certificate, and port number for the MBAM enterprise configuration.

  6. Restart the MBAM website.

  7. Test the MBAM website functionality:

    • Open the MBAM web interface and ensure you can fetch a recovery key for a client.

    • Enforce encryption of a new or manually decrypted client computer.



      noteNote
      The MBAM client opens only if it can communicate with the Recovery and Hardware database.

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