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Binary Ninja Enterprise Server

Welcome to the Binary Ninja Enterprise server documentation, part of our Binary Ninja Enterprise product. This documentation covers:

  1. The Enterprise server, which is a collection of Docker images (contained in images.tar.xz, if you're performing an offline install) that are deployed as containers.
  2. The management interface, which is an executable called manage_server and is used to create and manage the Enterprise server deployment.

If you want to get up and running as quickly as possible, please see the Quick Start section below. If you are setting up a production copy of the Enterprise server, however, we recommend using the far more detailed deployment instructions on the Getting Started page instead.

If you are reading this before or after an upgrade to a new version of the Enterprise server, please check the Upgrading the Server page for any additional considerations or requirements for your specific upgrade.

Quick Start

If you've got Docker installed on your host, the absolute quickest way to get a new deployment up and running is to do the following:

./manage_server install
./manage_server start --detach

You should be able to navigate to https://your_host:3535 to see the server running at this point. It may take a minute or two to complete the initial setup of all the volumes, so be patient if you see an error page at first.

Once you see the Enterprise server login page, run the following to reset the admin password to whatever you'd like:

./manage_server change_password admin

If you don't see the Enterprise server login page, use the following to figure out what's going wrong:

./manage_server logs

Additional Documentation

If you need to customize any aspects of your deployment, make sure to check out the full Getting Started guide and the page on Customizing Your Docker Deployment.

For additional information about the web-based admin interface, see the "Admin Interface" section.

For additional information on the management interface, see the "Management Interface" section or simply run manage_server help.