The manual installation of Network Agents provides an option of manual control over all aspects of installation and configuration of any Network Agent on a particular machine.
You can have a need for configuring and installing Network Agents manually in some cases including:
For all these cases, you can install and configure your Network Agents manually. Read the next sub-chapters for taking detailed instructions about the manual installation and setup.
You can install Network Agents on remote machines by the two ways: locally or in a centralized mode. This chapter is about a local installation procedure. Please refer to the corresponding chapter for instructions describing a process of centralized installation.
To install a Network Agent, follow these steps:
The Network Agent Settings window will appear.
Network Agent is always launched from a certain user account, and allows backing up data that can be accessed by this user only.
The program is installed on your computer.
After the installation, you will need to configure the Network Agent, so it can register on a networked Management Panel of some network edition, and allow it to access its data. Please see the next chapter for details.
Technically, the file workstation.hbl is a common XML file in which all parameters are available in a simple and readable form.
and instead of localhost, insert the IP of the machine on which the agent is installed.
For example, if your Server is located at 192.168.1.100, you need to change it as follows:
To restart the Network Agent, go to Windows services, find a service named Handy Backup Network Workstation 8, and restart it.