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InTrust 11.4.1 - Installing Agents Manually

Setting Up Encryption

You can select to encrypt data communicated between the agent and the server (encryption uses 3DES with a 168-bit key). By default, encryption is enabled.

To enable or disable encryption manually

  1. In Quest InTrust Manager | Configuration | Servers, right-click the server name and select Properties.
  2. On the Agent tab, select or clear the Use encryption check box.
  3. Click Apply and close the dialog box.

Registering an Agent Alias on the Server

After the connection is established, you can register the agent access name (alias) that the server will use to communicate with the agent. On the computer where the agent is installed, run:

adcscm.nt_intel -register ServerName Port Alias

for Microsoft Windows computers

./adcscm -register ServerName Port Alias

for Unix computers

Replace Alias with the agent name to be used by the server for communication with the agent.

Note: Agent names must be unique within the scope of an InTrust server.

If you want to change the alias, first run the following command on the computer where the agent resides:

adcscm.nt_intel -unregister ServerName Port Alias

for Microsoft Windows computers

./adcscm -unregister ServerName Port Alias

for Unix computers where Alias is the current agent name, and then register the new name as described above.

You can view agent names and aliases in an agent's properties dialog box in InTrust Manager.

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