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After using the FusionReactor 4.0.x setup to perform a fresh install of FusionReactor, you will (by default) be taken to the FusionReactor Administration Manager (FRAM) and the Initial Server Scan wizard will pop up.


Figure 1: Server Scan Information

Figure 1: Clicking 'Run Scan' will search your system for servers to monitor. The initial server scan will only search 2 sub directories deep from the displayed filesystem root.

If you click 'Skip', the scan will not run and no servers will be discovered by the FusionReactor Administration Manager. Clicking 'Skip' will take you back to the Instance Manager. You can manually run the server scan with provided parameters from the Instance Manager. Follow the online guide Add Server & Scan System on how to do this.


Figure 2: Scanning

Figure 2: The scan is searching the local filesystem for servers that can be monitored by FusionReactor. This scan may take several minutes to complete depending on the size of your hard drive and the number of files stored on it.


Figure 3: Server Scan Finished

Figure 3: Once the scan has completed, all detected servers that can be monitored by FusionReactor will be displayed.

Click 'Next' to see a complete list of the servers which were discovered.


Figure 4: Select Server Instances

Figure 4: Select the server instances into which you wish to install FusionReactor by ticking the check box associated with each server instance.

Clicking 'Install Instances' with one or more servers instances checked will install FusionReactor into each one of the selected instances. More detailed information is available on the subject of installing FusionReactor Instances.

If you do not wish to install FusionReactor into any server instances at this point then either click the "X" button at the top right of the dialog box, or click 'Install Instances' with no check boxes selected. This will take you back to the Instance Manager where you also have the opportunity to add FusionReactor instances by following the online guide Install FusionReactor Instance.

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