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How AAAD know wich ip address or AACC server will register ?

How AAAD know wich ip address or AACC server will register ?

How AAAD know wich ip address or AACC server will register ?

(OP)
Hi all,

I'm confusing of how an AAAD agent software know in which AACC will register ? given that we have two AACC seperate server on the network

Thank you in advance.

RE: How AAAD know wich ip address or AACC server will register ?

In some cases you install by going to the web page of the server you want to connect to and go through the install process. At that point the software gets a configuration file from the server so it know where to go when it is started.

If you are packaging you would take the files from the appropriate server and get the config files with the appropriate information.

As I recall (it has been a while) there is an XML file with the information that you could manually configure.

RE: How AAAD know wich ip address or AACC server will register ?

(OP)
Hi effort1584,

Thanks for the reply, it is very clear now, I seen that there is an XML file for manual configuration of AAD

Thank you.

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