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What is a vPro Proxy and how to create a vPro proxy?

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QUESTION

What is a vPro Proxy and how to create a vPro proxy ?

ANSWER

 A vPro Proxy is used to relay  the vPro commands/actions from the KServer to the vpro machines if you are behind a restrictive firewall or have port 5900 blocked.

 

 

A vPro Proxy is required if the following

  • The target vPro machines are behind a firewall and you want to remote power up/force power down. The vPro Proxy is on the same LAN and requires no addition configuration.
  • The target vPro machines are behind a firewall and you want to connect to them via KVM. The vPro Proxy is on the same LAN and has a public IP address and port configured. You provide the VSA with the public IP address and port used by the vPro Proxy using the Configure vPro Proxy dialog.
  • You want to enable (activate) target vPro machines via KVM without entering a consent code each time a KVM session is started. The vPro Proxy shares the same DNS server as the target machines and the vPro Proxy has a certificate appropriately configured. The certificate is only used when the vPro machine is enabled (activated). After that, KVM sessions start without entering a consent code.

Only one KVMView session can run at a time, per vPro Proxy. The vPro Proxy requires Windows XP or later and does not have to be a vPro machine.

 

 

How to create a vPro Proxy

1)     Select the machine and click on the Advanced drop down menu

2)     Click on Create vPro Proxy

3)     Click on the gear next to the agent name  and select  Configure vPro Proxy

4)     Enter ip address /dns name and port ( the port cannot be a port in use or a reserved port. Certificate  server is only required if you do not want to be prompted for the kvm consent code. Then click  save changes.

  Please download the vPro Proxy pdf file , by copying and pasting the link below in your browser.  

 http://community.kaseya.com/resources/m/docandguides/80454/download.aspx

 

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