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marcporter Absent Member.
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Documentation

I'm sure this isn't a revelation, but I found the documentation to be really lacking. Here are a few items that I struggled to find the answers for that might help others.

Q:Where do you install the agents?
A: On every server hosting a volume you want to scan

Q: Where does the NFRGroup & NFRUser objects need to be created?
A: Apparently anywhere you want?

Q: How do you stop/start the egnine & agent on linux?
A: /etc/init.d/nfrengined & /etc/init.d/nfragentncp each followed by status/stop/start/restart

Q: When you launch the NFRAdmin the first time, what address/port name/password do you put in.
A: In my case I am running the NSM integration, the address is the NSMEngine and NSM port. The name/password I used is the account I added to the NFRGroup. (happends to be the same account I use for NSM)

Hope this helps someone else struggling to find a few answers in the documentation.
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Documentation

Hi Marc! Thank you so much for your comments and suggestions! I am
forwarding all your suggestions to the person that wrote the
documentation. I can assure you that your suggestions will be added to
it rather quickly.

The product has 6 deployment methods and I can certainly see how it can
be confusing.

NFR Team


marcporter wrote:
> I'm sure this isn't a revelation, but I found the documentation to be
> really lacking. Here are a few items that I struggled to find the
> answers for that might help others.
>
> Q:Where do you install the agents?
> A: On every server hosting a volume you want to scan
>
> Q: Where does the NFRGroup & NFRUser objects need to be created?
> A: Apparently anywhere you want?
>
> Q: How do you stop/start the egnine & agent on linux?
> A: /etc/init.d/nfrengined & /etc/init.d/nfragentncp each followed by
> status/stop/start/restart
>
> Q: When you launch the NFRAdmin the first time, what address/port
> name/password do you put in.
> A: In my case I am running the NSM integration, the address is the
> NSMEngine and NSM port. The name/password I used is the account I added
> to the NFRGroup. (happends to be the same account I use for NSM)
>
> Hope this helps someone else struggling to find a few answers in the
> documentation.
>
>

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