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OA Support Tip: How to configure HTTPS agent non-default configuration settings(Manual Installation)

During a manual HTTPS Agent Installation, a profile file can be used to program the agent to run with non-default configuration settings (ex: communication port, event interceptor port, or license type). 

 
The profile file must be manually created.

 
To create the profile file, perform the following:

 
1. On the system where you want to install the agent, create a new file and open the file with a text editor.


2. Type the following syntax to configure an agent variable to use a non-default value:
  
    set <namespace>:<variable>=<value>

 
    Note:
    <namespace> is the configuration variable namespace
    <variable> is the variable that you want to configure
    <value> is the value you want to assign to the variable

 
3. Save the file into a local directory.

 
Run the following command to install the operations agent with a profile file:

 
On Windows:

 
cscript oainstall.vbs -i -a -agent_profile <path>\<profile_file> -s <management_server> [-cs <certificate_server>]

[-install_dir <install_directory> -data_dir <data_directory>]

 
On UNIX/Linux:

 
./oainstall.sh -i -a -agent_profile <path>/<profile_file> -s <management_server> [-cs <certificate_server>]

 
For additional details and examples, please reference the Agent 11.1X Installation Guide.

 

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