I am trialing LDMS 9, I have it installed on a temporary computer with Win2k8 R2. I want to do set up remote VPro provisioning so I followed the instructions and requested a cert from GoDaddy.
My problem is that I inherited a domain name with underscores in it, so I can't use that in DNS. I want the VPro clients to send the hello packet looking for 'provisionserver' and hit my landesk provision server. I added provisionserver.domainname.com (domainname would be a domain we use for our worldwide website, not the actual windows domain) to my dns, it points to the static IP of the LANDesk Core server. The certificate I requested points to the same provisionserver.domainname.com that I mentioned before, and is only accessable within our intranet. I'm not sure that the hello packets will get to the LANDesk core server.
In other situations with other management consoles i have used with "hello packets", I had to name the actual server whatever name the client was trying to reach. In this case I would have to rename my LANDesk Core server to 'provisionserver'.
I haven't deployed any agents, and I will be changing the physical hardware once I purchase LDMS. The only thing I have done with my test setup is create the cert request for VPro. Is my setup fine or should I uninstall LDMS 9, change the computer name, then re-install LDMS? I am worried it might mess up my cert.