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ERA 6 Proxy and Installation

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I manage many sites and am very familiar with ERA v5.  We are starting to deploy v6 and I had a quick question.  After the agent is deployed, to push a security package to a remote site, does a proxy have to be in place?  I don't see anything in the documentation about this but I have many branch offices that only have a 2-10 computers and a proxy at each site seems overkill.  In one of my two test branches I have a proxy deployed and installs work fine.  In a smaller branch I don't and installs fail.  Just wanted to see if this was the answer before I dig too deep.  Thanks.

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Hello zwylde,



The ERA Server must be visible by client computers. Additionally, client computers must be able to communicate with your ERA Server to use remote deployment and the wake-up call feature.

I also consider to install ERA Proxy to a branch office with 2-10 computers as an overkill. I suggest you to,

  • use agent live installers to deploy ERA Agent
  • if possible, to resolve it on a network layer, for example to create a tunnel/VPN connection to your HQ office.
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