Core Process and Configuration Files

Control Manager saves system configuration settings and temporary files in XML format.

The following tables describe the configuration files and processes used by Control Manager.

Table 1. Control Manager Configuration Files

Configuration File

Description

AuthInfo.ini

Configuration file that contains information about private key file names, public key file names, certificate file names, and the encrypted passphrase of the private key as well as the host ID and port.

aucfg.ini

ActiveUpdate configuration file

TVCS_Cert.pem

Certificate used by SSL authentication

TVCS_Pri.pem

Private Key used by SSL

TVCS_Pub.pem

Public Key used by SSL

ProcessManager.xml

Used by ProcessManager.exe

CmdProcessorEventHandler.xml

Used by CmdProcessor.exe

UIProcessorEventHandler.xml

Used by UIProcessor.exe

DMRegisterinfo.xml

Used by CasProcessor.exe

DataSource.xml

Stores the connection parameters for Control Manager processes

SystemConfiguration.xml

Control Manager system configuration file

CascadingLogConfiguration.xml

Log upload configuration file used for child servers

agent.ini

MCP agent file

TMI.cfg

Trend Micro Management Infrastructure configuration file

Table 2. Control Manager Processes

Processes

Description

ProcessManager.exe

Launches and stops other Control Manager core processes.

CmdProcessor.exe

Sends XML instructions, formed by other processes, to managed products, processes product registration, sends alerts, performs scheduled tasks, and applies Outbreak Prevention Policies.

UIProcessor.exe

Processes and transforms user input made in the Control Manager web console into actual commands.

LogReceiver.exe

Receives managed product logs and messages.

LogProcessor.exe

Receives new messages from managed products and receives the entity information from child Control Manager servers.

LogRetriever.exe

Retrieves and saves logs in the Control Manager database.

ReportServer.exe

Generates Control Manager reports.

MsgReceiver.exe

Receives messages from the Control Manager server, managed products, and child servers.

CasProcessor.exe

Allows a Control Manager server (a parent server) to manage other Control Manager servers (child servers).

DCSProcessor.exe

Performs Damage Cleanup Services functions.

Ntpd.exe

Network Time Protocol service.

inetinfo.exe

Microsoft Internet Information Service process.

jk_nt_service.exe

java.exe

Java server side extensions used to build web-based user interface by defining the interface instead of using a lot of standalone CGI programs.

cm.exe

Manages dmserver.exe and mrf.exe.

mrf.exe

The Communicator process.

dmserver.exe

Provides the Control Manager web console log on page and manages the Product Directory (Control Manager-side).

sCloudProcessor.NET.exe

Manages tasks related to Policy Management.