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Installing the PAM Windows Proxy in a PAM Clustered environment.

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Article ID: 186519

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Products

CA Privileged Access Manager (PAM)

Issue/Introduction

The documentation at: Install the Windows Proxy Software shows the following text as step 5 of the 'Install the Windows Proxy Software':

5. In the Server Information window, enter the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) of the Privileged Access Manager server in the Server Name field and select Next.

This is OK when we work with a standalone PAM server, but what should we provide when working in a clustered environment?

Environment

Product: Layer 7 Privileged Access Manager.
Version: 3.x

Resolution

In a clustered environment, we should provide the VIP (Virtual IP) of the cluster site we want the Windows Proxy to point to.