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Any settings for this group will be lost and all affected systems will move to the Default Group.
Manually install the Automox agent on each system you want to manage.
This is your unique user key. Keep it handy to use during the installation process.
- sudo yum install -y <filename>
- sudo apt-get install curl aptitude lsb-release
- sudo dpkg -i <filename>
The access key identifies the agent with your Automox account.
- sudo /opt/amagent/amagent --setkey
The agent automatically starts and registers with the console on the next boot
Start the amagent service:
- sudo service amagent start
That’s it! Within a few minutes, you will be able to manage system packages in the console.