The instructions that follow in this section explain how to change both the agent profile name and the agent profile password on the Access Manager side.
Since the agent profile is created and updated in Access Manager Console, tasks related to the agent profile are discussed in Access Manager documentation. Nonetheless, tasks related to the agent profile are also described in this Policy Agent guide, specifically in this chapter. For related information about defining the Policy Agent profile in Access Manager Console, see the following section of the respective document: Agents in Sun Java System Access Manager 7 2005Q4 Administration Guide.
Perform the following tasks in Access Manager Console. The key steps of this task involve creating an agent ID (agent profile name) and an agent profile password.
With the Access Control tab selected click the name of the realm for which you would like to create an agent profile.
Select the Subjects tab.
Select the Agent tab.
Enter values for the following fields:
ID. Enter the agent profile name or identity of the agent.
This is the agent profile name, which is the name the agent uses to log into Access Manager. Multi-byte names are not accepted. Do not use the web agent default value of UrlAccessAgent.
Password. Enter the agent profile password.
Do not use the web agent default value of this password. The web agent default value of this password is the password of the internal LDAP authentication user, commonly referred to as amldapuser.
Password (confirm). Confirm the password.
Device Status. Select the device status of the agent. The default status is Active. If set to Active, the agent will be able to authenticate to and communicate with Access Manager. If set to Inactive, the agent will not be able to authenticate to Access Manager.
The list of agents appears.
(Optional) If you desire, add a description to your newly created agent profile: