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ePO disaster recovery and TIE/DXL Broker

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Hi Heroes,

We are planing to migrate our ePO server to another machines with the same ip/fqdn, the DB server remains unchanged. 

Just to double confirm - does our TIE/DXL Broker server needs any additional configuration after the ePO migration is done?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: ePO disaster recovery and TIE/DXL Broker

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Hello User21257322, 

 

Ideally the agent will just start checking into the new ePO server. However, in the case this does not work, due to certs being different, etc there is a command you can run on the TIE servers themselves 'reconfig-ma'. This will reprovision the agent with the "new" ePO server.

 

If the agent does just start checking into the new ePO installation, there is still a good chance the ePO certs will change during the migration. So I would recommend running this command on each TIE server after the migration: reconfig-cert.

This will ensure the servers are operating with certs from the same CA as your ePO server. It may prevent some issues down the road. 

 

Thanks

Brian

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Hello User21257322, 

 

Ideally the agent will just start checking into the new ePO server. However, in the case this does not work, due to certs being different, etc there is a command you can run on the TIE servers themselves 'reconfig-ma'. This will reprovision the agent with the "new" ePO server.

 

If the agent does just start checking into the new ePO installation, there is still a good chance the ePO certs will change during the migration. So I would recommend running this command on each TIE server after the migration: reconfig-cert.

This will ensure the servers are operating with certs from the same CA as your ePO server. It may prevent some issues down the road. 

 

Thanks

Brian

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