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configure trust relationship on multiple agents

configure trust relationship on multiple agents

configure trust relationship on multiple agents


My company have just acquired another company and they have Systems Insight Manager set up.  However there HP Nodes agents are in all sorts of configuration.  What I want to do is configure the agents en mass to either trust-all configuration or trust by certificate.

Is there a way to do this in Insight Manager for all 600 nodes in one foul swoop.



RE: configure trust relationship on multiple agents


Setup one of the systems as you want them all to be
Goto configure - Replicate agent settings
Choose all of your target systems
Then choose your source with all of your settings and trusts
In the config page - goto HP system manager homepage settings - Settings - Trusted certificate properties - and highlight all of the servers

Hope this is what you are after.

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