If upgrading from Apollo 2016.0 to 2016.3 (support Full Motion Video data), user need to install the following features:
Windows Server 2012 R2
1. Windows Server Essentials Experience role. Add this role to your system using
Windows Server Manager.
2. Windows Server Essentials Media Pack for Windows Server 2012 R2. Download and install from https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=40837
NOTE: It is not necessary to configure Windows Server Essentials. If Windows warns you or prompts you to configure the Windows Server Essentials Experience role or the Windows Server Essentials Media Pack, you can ignore these warnings and simply take all the defaults when installing these components.
Windows Server 2008 R2
1. Desktop Experience feature. Add this feature to your system using Windows Server Manager.
2. Windows Media Services 2008 for Windows Server 2008 R2. Download and install from https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=20424
 Make sure Tomcat & Dropbox services setup as automatic, then stop both services
 Stop Geospatial Server administrator console Service
 Install Apollo data manager 16.3 patch
 Install Apollo Server 16.3 patch
[4.1] Check time stamp after you installed 16.3
There is a known issue with date timestamp (user will get a lot of 'quartzSchedulerFactory' related error in the Tomcat server log, and user will not be able to login to data manager): Basically user will get this issue when install a major version then immediately apply patches. There's a situation in which some configuration files don't get updated when they should. We've already identified the problem and will fix it in our next release. The problem only happens when the target (non .TEMPLATE) file has a modified date that is newer than the corresponding template file date. If you installed 16.0 when it came out and haven't modified these configuration files since, then the new files in 16.3 will have a newer mod date than the existing 16.0 files. The problem generally happens when you install 16.0 after 16.3 was released, then patch with 16.3. It's also not new to 16.0/16.3, the problem has been around for some time.
After installation, use TotalCommander (File->Change Attributes) to modify date of the following files to be 2015
Basically the date of above files need to be older than the following *.TEMPLATE files; if above files are older than *.TEMPLATE files, then no need for TotalCommander workflow.
NOTE: 64bit TotalCommander can be downloaded @ https://www.ghisler.com/amazons3.php
use the following command line to modify the date for template files.
>forfiles /P "C:\Program Files\Hexagon\ERDAS APOLLO" /M *.TEMPLATE /S /C "cmd /c Copy /B @path+,,"
 Start Geospatial Server administrator console Service
 Configure Apollo. Run C:\Program Files\Hexagon\ERDAS APOLLO\configwizard\.ConfigurationWizard.exe as administrator.
 Set Tomcat & Dropbox services setup as manual start, then restart the physical server.
 Manually start Tomcat service.
 Start Apollo data manager to update ISO Metadata for Apollo catalog
Apollo 2016.3 significantly improves to the ISO Metada framework, user can use data manager to update existing ISO metadata to the new framework.
From data manager, go to Catalog->ROOT, and right-click on ROOT to choose "Update ISO Metadata". (see the following screen copy)
From "Update ISO Metadata" dialog, check "For Datasets" and "For Aggregates"