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Figure 4-15 Installation folder
8. Set the user information for the DB2 Administration Server; choose the domain of this
user. If it is a local user, leave the field blank.
Type a user name and password of the DB2 user account that you want to create
(Figure 4-16 on page 77). You can refer to Table 4-7 on page 68.
DB2 creates a user with the following administrative rights:
– Act as a part of an operating system.
– Create a token object.
– Increase quotas.
– Replace a process-level token.
– Log on as a service.
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Figure 4-16 User Information
9. Accept the defaults in the panel shown in Figure 4-17, and click Next to continue.
Figure 4-17 Administration contact list
10.Click OK when the warning window shown in Figure 4-18 on page 78 opens.
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Figure 4-18 Warning
11.In the Configure DB2 instances panel, accept the default and click Next to continue (see
Figure 4-19 Configure DB2 instances
12.Accept the defaults, as shown in Figure 4-20 on page 79. Verify that Do not prepare the
DB2 tools catalog on this computer is selected. Click Next to continue.
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Figure 4-20 Prepare db2 tools catalog
13.In the panel shown in Figure 4-21, click Defer the task until after installation is
complete and then click Next to continue.
Figure 4-21 Health Monitor
14.The panel shown in Figure 4-22 on page 80 is presented, click Install to continue.
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Figure 4-22 Start copying files
The DB2 installation proceeds and you see a progress panel similar to the one shown in
Figure 4-23 installing DB2 Enterprise Server Edition installation progress
15.When the installation completes, click Finish, as shown in Figure 4-24 on page 81.