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Adding Officelinx to System Manager elements

Adding Officelinx to System Manager elements

Adding Officelinx to System Manager elements

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Does anyone know how to or has this working? I can't seem to find any documentation that walks you through the steps on how to manage Officelinx through SMGR.

Thank you,

RE: Adding Officelinx to System Manager elements

On the System Manager web console, click Services > Inventory.
In the left navigation pane, click Manage Elements.
On the Manage Elements page, click New.
On the New Elements page, in Type, click Officelinx.
On the General tab, in the Node field, type the IP address or FQDN according to the configuration in the actual Officelinx server.
System Manager uses these details to establish communication between System Manager and Officelinx.

On the Attributes tab, provide the Officelinx login name and password.
Click Commit.
The system adds Officelinx in System Manager.

On the Manage Elements page, click System Manager, and click More Actions > Manage Trusted Certificates.
On the Manage Trusted Certificates page, click Add to add a trusted certificate for the Officelinx server.
For information about adding trusted certificates, see Adding trusted certificate.

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