Common deployment types

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There are several ways in which Password Manager can be deployed. Below is a short summary of common deployment types.

1. Single Server Installation – All roles (the service and web-portals) located on a single server deployed internally only or both internally and externally with a NAT through the external firewall. This is the most common and easiest deployment type.
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2. Dual server install, Web roles separate from Core server – The Core Password Manager Service is installed on the internal server (that does not have web portals) and the web portals are installed on a separate server within the DMZ. This allows all web roles to be accessed externally. This deployment scenario is described in detail in the Administrator`s guide in paragraph 4.4 page 19
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3.Another type of dual server install is full Password Manager installation on the internal server (both the service and web portals) and the Self-service Web portal only installed on the DMZ server. This allows all web roles to be accessed internally and only the Self-service portal to be accessed from outside the network. It is the most secure deployment.
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4. Cluster Install – Cluster of the Front and/or Back End servers. The Front End server can be clustered in an Active/Active role for Load-Balancing and the Back End server can be clustered in an Active/Passive mode only for Failover. Clustering of only Back-end or only Front-end is allowed. It is also possible to cluster a single-server installation. All this can be done by means of built-in Windows features.
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