DNS Manager supports many deployment and installation methods. More details on the installation procedures are available below. Before proceeding to the installation or upgrade stage, we advise you to read the
Download DNS Manager release notes.
The command line installer allows you to install DNS Manager on an existing machine that features a supported
operating system. The server must have network access that will allow the installer to download files from the public DNS Manager
The network installer can be downloaded from here.
The ISO image contains DNS Manager pre-packaged with the CentOS 5.1 operating system. This installation
method is recommended if the server does not have the operating system installed or if multiple servers must be deployed. The ISO image can be downloaded from here.
The VMware Image can be deployed on VMware Player, VMware Workstation, and VMware Server. The VMware Converter can
also be deployed to VMware ESX servers. The image contains DNS Manager pre-packaged with the CentOS 5 operating system. The image can be downloaded from here.
DNS Manager is ready for virtualized environments. The Virtuozzo and OpenVZ templates make the deployment of 4PSA DNS
Manager virtual servers a one-minute task. Updates can also be applied in the same way. Virtuozzo templates can be downloaded from here.
DNS Manager is packed for a wide range of 32bit and 64bit Linux distributions. The product is also available in easy to install and maintain
templates for Virtuozzo. DNS Manager is compatible with the following operating systems:
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