Once you have finished editing the deployment script, it is ready to run to deploy the Agent Manager to the remote UNIX hosts.
NOTE: This part of the example describes using one type of login method (passwords) for connecting to remote machines using SSH. However, if you have private keys configured in your environment, then you might encounter one of the following scenarios when establishing an SSH connection:
1 Ensure that remote_install_fglam_example.sh is executable.
2 Execute the remote_install_fglam_example.sh script.If Wget is not found on a host or if the operating system listed for a host in the hostnames file does not match the operating system types listed in the script, the script continues deploying the Agent Manager to the rest of the hosts that you specified in the hostnames file.
The example in this section outlines a scenario in which you use a software deployment tool and provide it with Agent Manager silent installer parameters to install the Agent Manager on multiple Windows hosts.
CAUTION: Using a deployment tool and Agent Manager silent installer parameters is an advanced activity. You should do so only if both of the following conditions apply: