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Install inSync

Before you begin

Before you begin, ensure the following:

  • You are logged on to your laptop using your own credentials.
  • You have received the inSync account activation email and have it handy.
  • You have downloaded the inSync installer on your laptop. The link to download the installer is available in your inSync account activation email. If not, contact your inSync administrator for the installer.

Install inSync on Windows

To install inSync

  1. Double-click the inSync installer.
  2. In the Select your language list, click your preferred language.
  3. Click Next
  4. Accept the end user license agreement (EULA), and click Continue.
  5. Click Browse to select the full path of the installation home directory. 
  6. If you want a shortcut icon of inSync to appear on your laptop, select the Desktop shortcut check box. 
  7. If you want to add inSync to the Quick Launch toolbar on your laptop, select the Add to quick launch bar check box.
  8. Click Install.
  9. After the installation is complete, click Finish.

The Activate Druva inSync wizard appears. You must now activate inSync.

Install inSync on Mac

To install inSync

  1. Double-click to mount the .dmg file.
  2. Double-click the inSync installer inside the mounted volume.
  3. Accept the end user license agreement (EULA).
  4. Select the disk to which you want to install inSync.
  5. Click Finish.

Install inSync on Linux

Procedure for Ubuntu

To install inSync

  1. Open a terminal.
  2. Change the current working directory to the directory that contains the inSync installer.
  3. Run the following command:
    sudo dpkg –i <package name>
    

    where <package name> represents the file name (along with the extension) of the installer.

Procedure for CentOS and RHEL

To install inSync

  1. Open a terminal.
  2. Change the current working directory to the directory that contains the inSync installer.
  3. Run the following command:
    rpm –ivh <package name>
    

    where <package name> represents the file name (along with the extension) of the installer.

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