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Install SRM Profiler agents

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Updated: June 16, 2017

The SRM Profiler Server works with SRM Profiler agents and SRM Profiler proxy agents. Depending on how many devices SRM Profiler is monitoring, SRM Profiler agents can help improve overall performance with SRM Profiler through load balancing across multiple servers.

You can download agents for multiple platforms and quickly install them. After installation, they self-register with the SRM Profiler server and automatically start monitoring the server on which they are installed.

Before installing an agent, edit the Default policy for operating systems on the server, as these settings are pushed out to the agent when it self-registers.

The self-registration process will create an OS Resource on the SRM Profiler server. Resources can also be defined manually.

If there is a firewall between your SRM Profiler agent and your SRM Profiler server, you must open Port 4319 so the agent can send data back to the server.

 
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