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How do I install Oracle Advanced Security Option

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How do I install Oracle Advanced Security Option
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goto OTN and read the documents
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Most people that post questions as mine, would have already performed all the reading and research, prior to wasting people's time.  I'm sorry you wasted your time with replying in such an un-professional manner.

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sorry..  
after reading the documents and guides
then, going through the install process.
what problems are you having?
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We aren't having problems. We just couldn't find any documentation that stated when advanced security options were installed.  We dug deeper into our install and found that it must be installed by default.  

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