Enabling proxying for agents


When deploying the AD or Exchange management packs you need to enable proxying on agents in order for discovery to work properly. This could be a time consuming process since there is no way to multi select all the required agents and enable proxyings for all of them at once. To help with this issue, I wrote a UI based utility that allows you to select a computer group, browse the members, and multiselect the right computers and enable/disable proxying.


The link to the zip file is at the bottom of this post.


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ProxySettings.zip


Comments (5)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Your Proxy Settings tool is great (and also good for browsing computer membership). Is it possible to update it so taht it remembers the RMS? Most organisations only have 1. Or even accept it as a paramter.

    Also it would be good if there was a refresh option. I noticed today taht I had it opened added new agents but they did not show up until I restarted the tool (and typed in the RMS again).

    Ian

  2. Anonymous says:

    Check out Boris Yanushpolsky's blog ( http://blogs.msdn.com/boris_yanushpolsky ). Boris is an SCOM

  3. Anonymous says:

    Just wanted to drop a line and say thanks for the great tool.  I’ve used it in numerous implementations.