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Intigua vAgent Architecture

Intigua virtualizes the management agents. The following explains how to access the various virtalized parts of the agent.

File system

The virtualized vAgent file system is accessible under the following path:

<Intigua Connector Dir>\vAgentManager\PackageManager\

For example:

C:\Program Files\Intigua\vAgentManager\PackageManager\networker8113\networker8113_Windows_x64_8.1.1.3_2.6.8.66.vai\payload\

Note - this folder is also accessible through the intigua console, using the "View Files" feature.

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Registry

The registry is virtualized as will, and can be found in this location

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\VMI\<vAgent Pacakge>\HKLM\...

For example:

Virtual Services

Virtualized services can be accessed via the intigua command line utility.

List vAgents

Virtualized services can be accessed via the intigua command line utility.

To see the list of the installed vagents, use this command:

intigua.exe vagents_list

List vServices

to show the list of the virtual services, use this command:

intigua.exe mservice <agent name>
Example:
c:\Program Files\Intigua\Intigua-Utils>intigua mservice networker8113
The connector`s PID is 2936
Connector is running in C:\Program Files\Intigua\vAgentManager\PackageManager\vl
ink\vlink_2.6.9.44\bin\vlinkprocess64.exe
Connector root directory is C:\Program Files\Intigua\vAgentManager
CLI version [2.6.9.44-64bit]

Agent 'networker8113'. 3 mservices
|=================================================================|
| MService name      =   nsrexecd
| CurrentState       =   SERVICE_RUNNING
| ServiceType        =   SERVICE_WIN32_OWN_PROCESS
| StartType          =   SERVICE_AUTO_START
| ControlsAccepted   =   7
|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
| MService name      =   nsrpm
| CurrentState       =   SERVICE_RUNNING
| ServiceType        =   INCORRECT VALUE - 272
| StartType          =   SERVICE_AUTO_START
| ControlsAccepted   =   5
|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
| MService name      =   nsrpsd
| CurrentState       =   SERVICE_RUNNING
| ServiceType        =   SERVICE_WIN32_OWN_PROCESS
| StartType          =   SERVICE_AUTO_START
| ControlsAccepted   =   7
|-----------------------------------------------------------------|

                        [ mservice networker8113 ] completed with status [SUCCEEDED]

Control vServices

To start or stop a virtual service, use this command:

intigua.exe sc [start|start] <agent name> <service name>

Example:

intigua.exe sc stop networker8113 nsrpm

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