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This video demonstrates how to install satellite from the command line, including katello installer, puppet configuration, testing, installing Satellite 6 with DHCP, DNS, TFTP, and advanced installation options.
This third video in the series covers getting and updating a subscription manifest, enabling and syncing repositories, and additional things to note about synchronizing content.
In the fourth video in this series, Dan Macpherson discusses the application lifecycle, including custom content views and performing an errata content search.
In the first part of this series, Dan Macpherson discusses what Satellite 6 is, basic topology, an overview of Capsule (provisioning service), how the the discovery service works, and what's involved with Puppet.
For Satellite 6, you need to import a new manifest if you are installing Satellite for the first time, replacing a manifest with expiring or expired subscriptions, or have made changes to your subscription allocations and need Satellite to reflect those changes.
This video shows how to configure Satellite 6 and LDAP Authentication, as well as user groups.
For more information on Satellite 6, see:https://access.redhat.com/products/red-hat-satellite
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