Downloads and Links
Here you can find the latest RPM downloads for our products. Note that these are ordered by date (most recent first) and each row represents a known working set of RPMs. To ensure maximum compatibility, we always recommend using a complete working set rather than mis-matched versions.
Once the RPMs are downloaded, if you need help with the installation or upgrade, please Start Here for idenprotect Core Platform, here for idenprotect Authentication Portal, here for idenprotect User Portal or here for idenprotect Active Directory Agent
How to download and notes about using Wget
We have created short links using bit.ly and these are used in the table below. You can click on the link to start an immediate download of the RPM file, these will then need to be transferred over to your server. This can be done on command line with the scp command or using an application like WinSCP
If you would prefer to use something like wget with the urls below to download the files directly to your server, please note that the default behavior downloads the files with the filename the same as the bit.ly link. (For example, if you used the command wget http://bit.ly/idenprotect-server-3_9, you would end up with a file called idenprotect-server-3_9). The Yum installation will not automatically work with this file name so we recommend one of the following options: -
- Recommended option - Use Wget's content disposition option which will download the file with it's original name. (For example wget --content-disposition http://bit.ly/idenprotect-server-3_9 will download a file called Idenprotect-server-3.9.0-15b.el7.noarch.rpm)
- Secondary option - Change the file name to include .rpm at the end. This can be done using the mv command (For example mv idenprotect-server-3_9 idenprotect-server-3_9.rpm). Note - on occasion we have witnessed Yum still not being able to complete the installation with the renamed file which is why this is not our most recommended option.
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