To use View Connection Server, you install the software on supported computers, configure the required components, and, optionally, optimize the components. Installing the View Connection Server SoftwareDepending on the performance, availability, and security needs of your View deployment, you can install a single instance of View Connection Server, replicated instances of View Connection Server, and security servers. You must install at least one instance of View Connection Server. Installation Prerequisites for View Connection ServerBefore you install View Connection Server, you must verify that your installation environment satisfies specific prerequisites. Install View Connection Server with a New ConfigurationTo install View Connection Server as a single server or as the first instance in a group of replicated View Connection Server instances, you use the standard installation option. Install a Replicated Instance of View Connection ServerTo provide high availability and load balancing, you can install one or more additional instances of View Connection Server that replicate an existing View Connection Server instance. After a replica installation, the existing and newly installed instances of View Connection Server are identical. Configure a Security Server Pairing PasswordBefore you can install a security server, you must configure a security server pairing password. When you install a security server with the View Connection Server installation program, the program prompts you for this password during the installation process. Install a Security ServerA security server is an instance of View Connection Server that adds an additional layer of security between the Internet and your internal network. You can install one or more security servers to be connected to a View Connection Server instance. Firewall Rules for View Connection ServerCertain ports must be opened on the firewall for View Connection Server instances and security servers. Reinstall View Connection Server with a Backup ConfigurationIn certain situations, you might have to reinstall the current version of a View Connection Server instance and restore the existing View configuration by importing a backup LDIF file that contains the View LDAP configuration data. Microsoft Windows Installer Command-Line OptionsTo install View components silently, you must use Microsoft Windows Installer (MSI) command-line options and properties. The View component installers are MSI programs and use standard MSI features. Uninstalling View Components Silently by Using MSI Command-Line OptionsYou can uninstall View components by using Microsoft Windows Installer (MSI) command-line options.