Configuration Tool - Configuration File Parent topic

Procedure

  1. Navigate to the appropriate directory:
    • On Linux, type cd /var/lib/securecloud/
    • On Microsoft Windows, click Start and type cmd to open a command shell, then type cd C:\Program Files (x86)\Trend Micro\SecureCloud\Agent\
  2. Create the agentconfig.ini file in the directory:
    • On Linux, type vi agentconfig.ini
    • On Windows, use Notepad to create a new file called agentconfig.ini and save it to the \Agent\ folder
  3. Edit the file contents based on the company's SecureCloud framework:
    [Agent]
    KMS_URL=https://ms.securecloud.com/
    ACCOUNT_ID=
    CSP=Native
    POLICY=Default Policy
    AUTO_PROVISION=yes
    
    Important
    Important
    Specify all of the information in this file in exactly the format shown. For example, the agent header must be [Agent]

    Agent Configuration File Valid Values

    Line Name
    Description
    Values
    KMS_URL
    URL for the Key Management Server.
    • Exact URL.
      Example: https://ms.securecloud.com/
    ACCOUNT_ID
    SecureCloud Account ID.
    • Exact Account ID.
    CSP
    Cloud Service Provider.
    • Amazon-AWS
    • vCloud
    • CloudStack
    • Native
    POLICY
    SecureCloud policy name.
    • Exact policy name.
    • Default Policy
    AUTO_PROVISION
    Indicates whether to use automatic provisioning.
    Important
    Important
    Auto-provisioning is only possible with MBR-partitioned disks that have at least one file system.
    • yes
    • no
    For vCloud environments, add the following to the agentconfig.ini file and change the values to reflect the company's vCloud framework:
    [vCloud]
    VCSD_ADDRESS=172.20.0.1
    ORGANIZATION=tw
    USER_NAME=test
    USER_PWD=test
    Important
    Important
    Like in the above section, specify all of the information in exactly the format shown, and the values are case-sensitive. The header must be [vCloud]

    vCloud Configuration File Entries

    Line Name
    Description
    VCSD_ADDRESS
    vCloud IP address.
    ORGANIZATION
    vCloud organization name.
    To see this information, go to AdministrationSettingsGeneral.
    USER_NAME
    vCloud user name.
    USER_PWD
    vCloud password.
  4. Run the SecureCloud Agent configuration script:
    • On Linux, type sh scprov.sh conf -c agentconfig.ini -x <passphrase> -q
    • On Windows, type scprov conf -c agentconfig.ini -x <passphrase> -q
    The SecureCloud Agent is configured and the device inventory is uploaded to the Key Management Server.