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how to do a ddmi agentelss discovery in 10.01

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ucmdb 10.01 or 10.10.

 

I have a dmz that allows only unix probes.

 

On 10.01 or 10.10 Is there a way to configure the DDMI agentless discovery on a unix probe sending data back to a ucmdb 10.01 or 10.10 mam app server? 

 

 

 

 

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Re: how to do a ddmi agentelss discovery in 10.01

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Hello,

 

UNIX probe is only supported for integrations and not for discovery. Discovery can be done only on probes that are deployed on Windows.

 

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Re: how to do a ddmi agentelss discovery in 10.01

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Hello,

 

UNIX probe is only supported for integrations and not for discovery. Discovery can be done only on probes that are deployed on Windows.

 

Regards,

Irina

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