OpenSSO Enterprise stores version 3.0 policy agent configuration data (as well as server configuration data) in a centralized data repository. You manage this configuration data using these options:
OpenSSO Enterprise Administration Console
You can manage both version 3.0 J2EE and web agents from the OpenSSO Enterprise Console. Tasks that you can perform include creating, deleting, updating, listing, and displaying agent configurations. Using the Console, you can set properties for an agent that you previously set by editing the agent's AMAgent.properties file.
For more information, refer to the Administration Console online Help.
ssoadm command-line utility
The ssoadm utility is the command-line interface to OpenSSO Enterprise server and is available after you install the tools and utilities in the openssoAdminTools.zip file. The ssoadm utility includes subcommands to manage policy agents, including:
Creating, deleting, updating, listing, and displaying agent configurations
Creating deleting, listing, and displaying agent groups
Adding and removing an agent to and from a group
For information about the ssoadm utility, including the syntax for each subcommand, see the Sun OpenSSO Enterprise 8.0 Administration Reference.
In some scenarios, you might need to deploy the IIS 6.0 agent using a local configuration. For example, if you deploy the agent with Access Manager 7.1 or Access Manager 7 2005Q4, which do not support centralized agent configuration, local configuration is used by default.
If you are creating a new agent profile in the OpenSSO Console, set Configuration to Local.
To specify a local configuration for an existing agent profile, edit the agent profile in the OpenSSO Console:
Log in to the Console as amadmin.
Click Access Control, realm-name, Agents, Web, and then the name of the agent profile you want to edit.
The Console displays the Edit page for the agent profile.
On the Edit page, check Local for Location of Agent Configuration Repository.
For a local configuration, you manage the IIS 6.0 agent by editing properties in the agent's local OpenSSOAgentConfiguration.properties file (in the same manner that you edit the AMAgent.properties file for version 2.2 agents).
The IIS 6.0 agent also stores configuration information in the local OpenSSOAgentBootstrap.properties file. The agent uses information in the bootstrap file to start and initialize itself and to communicate with OpenSSO Enterprise server. In most cases, you won't need to edit the bootstrap file; however, if you do edit the file, be careful, or the agent might not function properly.