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    Will Autodomain look for multiple servers?

    eguhlin

      I have users who install MEE off of our internal network, so I have configured the server to be reachable from the internet. I can get the machines to sync over the internet, however, when a user runs the installation from the internet, the Autodomain script only looks for the default server. Is there a way to get the autodomain script to look for multiple server names and/or IP addresses? My SDMCFG.ini has 4 server entries. The first two are for the production server and the second two are for the hotbackup server. each have an internal name and an external name that is redirected to the internal name. Shouldn't the autodomain script move on to the next server name in the list if it cannot connect to the default server? Can I place multiple default servers in the autodomain.ini? Please advise, thanks for the help.

       

      SDMCFG.ini example from MEE server:

      [Databases]
      Database1=SbFileDB.dll
      Database3=xxx.xx.xx.xx
      Database2=xx.xx.xxx.xx

      Database4=xxx.xx.xx.xx
      Database5=xx.xx.xxx.xx
      [Database1]
      Description=McAfee Endpoint Encryption Database
      IsLocal=Yes
      Authenticate=No
      DataPath=E:\McAfee\Endpoint Encryption\SBDATA
      [Defaults]
      DatabaseID=1
      TokenType=01000000
      [Database3]
      Description=Server1
      IsLocal=No
      Authenticate=Yes
      Port=5555
      ServerKey=xxxxxxxx
      AuthType=1
      [Database2]
      Description=server1.company.org
      IsLocal=No
      Authenticate=Yes
      Port=5555
      ServerKey=xxxxxxxx
      AuthType=1
      [Database4]
      Description=Server2
      IsLocal=No
      Authenticate=Yes
      Port=5555
      ServerKey=xxxxxxxx
      AuthType=1
      [Database5]
      Description=server2.company.org
      IsLocal=No
      Authenticate=Yes
      Port=5555
      ServerKey=xxxxxxxx
      AuthType=1

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