Im looking for docs describing Configuration of SaaSagent32 and Gateway. Where can i find it?
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Managing Gateway Settings
Gateways allow you to scan your network and create records about the devices and machines. You can install more than one gateway; however, you can only set one gateway as the central gateway. A central gateway allows you to have a single machine that communicates with the main server. All other gateways send information to the central gateway.
Once the gateway is successfully installed it sends its own data to the main server and a configuration item record is created for the gateway machine. Open the Gateway workspace to find a list of all the gateways.
The Data Center Edition Gateway is bundled with Netscan which allows you to scan within a subnet (IP range), and with VMHA (Virtual Machine Host Auditor) which discovers virtual machines using a host/guest model.
HEAT Discovery Managers can manage settings from the Gateway workspace.
From the Gateway workspace, you can specify a central (or default) gateway computer. If the agent task of a client cannot be assigned to any gateway, then the system uses the gateway identified as the central gateway as the fallback.
The system selects the closest matching gateway to a client computer based on the IP address of the client computer. If the subnet of the client falls within the IP range of a gateway, it is associated with that gateway. If a client does not match the subnet range of any other gateway, then the client defaults to the central gateway.
If Central Gateway is checked in the Details tab, the computer is the central gateway.
Many of the tasks that you perform within the Inventory workspace are scheduled as agent tasks, for example updating gateway settings. You can cancel an agent task if it has not yet started or is in pending status.
Tasks that are in the pending or in progress status are set to expire if they are not processed within the default expiration time, which is seven days.
Follow these steps to view the list of agent tasks:
To scan or deploy agents from the gateway computer to other machines, you must provide credentials that have administrator privileges on the client machines.
The system updates the credentials and deploys the settings.
The Client Task Subnets tab controls which computers the gateway manages. It only handles tasks such as deploy agent for computers that reside in the specified subnets (unless it is the central gateway).
The specified gateway should have access to the subnets that you specify here. If there are multiple gateways, the client subnet decides which gateway handles the task.
Data center edition gateways have access to Netscan and can scan virtual machines. See Using Netscan.
You can select options to deploy agents from the Deploy Client Agent Tab
The specified gateway should have access to the selected target types. If there are multiple gateways, the client subnet decides which gateway handles the task.
The system deploys the settings.