Deployment and Operations
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|The latest Enterprise Library information can be found at the Enterprise Library site.|
Two of an administrator's main tasks will be to make sure that the initial deployment of the Security Application Block is planned and managed, and that subsequent updates are deployed with minimal impact to existing applications that use the application block. For details of deploying and updating Enterprise Library and the application blocks, see Deploying Enterprise Library.
In addition, administrators must decide whether they want to use the instrumentation exposed by the application block. For details of how to enable and disable instrumentation, see Enabling Instrumentation. For information about the instrumentation contained within the Security Application Block, see the following topics:
- Security Application Block Performance Counters
- Security Application Block Event Log Entries
- Security Application Block WMI Events
|Before the Security Application Block can be deployed on any computer, the Microsoft .NET Framework must be installed.|