Changing the web agent AMAgent.properties configuration file can have serious and far-reaching effects. When you make changes, keep the following in mind:
Make a backup copy of this file before you make changes.
Trailing spaces are significant; use them judiciously.
Use a forward slash (/) to separate directories, not a backslash (\). Perhaps unexpected, but this applies to Windows systems.
Spaces in the Windows file names are not allowed.
If you make changes to the web agent AMAgent.properties configuration file, restart the Microsoft IIS 5.0 server to make your changes take effect.
The web agent AMAgent.properties configuration file includes information for a variety of configurations, including the following:
fully qualified domain name (FQDN) map
Access Manager services
service and agent deployment descriptors
The configuration file also contains configuration information on advanced features, such as forwarding LDAP user attributes through HTTP headers and POST data preservation.