In addition to
describing the Secure Gateway and Secure Gateway Proxy installation and
configuration processes, this section also explains how to move to the current
version of Secure Gateway from an installed earlier version. It also presents
how to use a firewall with Secure Gateway and Secure Gateway Proxy.
When Secure Gateway
or Secure Gateway Proxy is installed on a supported 64-bit Windows operating
systems, it installs in the 32-bit application location by default.
Important: You must have access to administrative privileges to install and
configure the Secure Gateway and use the management tools. If User Account
Control (UAC) is enabled, you must run the installer program in elevated mode;
that is, with administrative privileges enabled.