Registering a Child Server

  1. Navigate to Administration > Settings > Parent Control Manager Settings.

    The Parent Control Manager Settings screen appears.

  2. Configure Connection Settings:
    • Type the name the child server displays in the parent Control Manager in the Entity display name field.

  3. Configure Parent Control Manager Server Settings:
    1. Type the FQDN or IP address for the parent Control Manager server in the Server FQDN or IP address field.
    2. Type the port number the parent Control Manager uses to communicate with MCP agents in the Port field.

      For increased security, select Connect using HTTPS.

    3. If the IIS Web server of Control Manager requires authentication, type the user name and password.
  4. Configure MCP Proxy Settings:
    1. If you will use a proxy server to connect to the Control Manager server, select Use a proxy server to communicate with the Control Manager server.
    2. Select the protocol the proxy uses:
      • HTTP

      • SOCKS 4

      • SOCKS 5

    3. Type the proxy server's FQDN or IP address in the Server name or IP address field.
    4. Type the proxy server port number in the Port field.
    5. If the proxy server requires user authentication, type the user name and password.
  5. Configure Two-way Communication Port Forwarding:
    1. If you will use port forwarding with MCP agents, select Enable two-way communication port forwarding.
    2. Type the forwarding IP address in the IP address field.
    3. Type the port number in the Port field.
  6. To verify the child server can connect to the parent Control Manager server, click Test Connection.
  7. Click Register to connect to the parent Control Manager server.

    If you change any of the settings on this screen after registration, click Update Settings to notify the Control Manager server of the changes. If you no longer want the Control Manager server to manage the server, click Unregister anytime.