You can set policies for tenants on the Configure Policies tab.

You set policies on a per tenant basis. The Policy configuration screen displays the values of configuration parameters for Tenant appliances and Desktop Managers.

Click the Show Description button to show a brief description of each parameter. The default value appears in square brackets.

To change the value of a policy parameter:

  1. Double-click the row of the parameter you want to change.

  2. Enter the new value.

  3. Click OK to make the change or Cancel to retain the current value.

The screen displays only the most common policies by default. To see the full list, including advanced policies, select the web page and type “dtpolicy".

Configure Policies for Agent Update Functionality

In order for the Agent Update functionality to work, you must specify the upgrade server URL in the agentupdate.updateserver.url policy.

The following policies also affect this functionality, and can be set as needed (default values are shown in brackets):

agentupdate.cachePath

File share location for downloading agent installers. Tenant Appliance will update this as needed.

agentupdate.cipherList

Cryptographic cipher suite to use with SSL when connecting to Update Server [ECDHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384]

agentupdate.enable

When enabled (set to true), Tenant Appliance will scan for agent updates on Update Server. Setting this to false will disable the scan for new agents and also disables the scan for hot patch files on the file share.

agentupdate.enablehotpatch

When enabled (set to true), Tenant Appliance will scan for hot patch files placed on the file share by Customer Admin. Setting this to false will disable the scan for hot patch files on the file share.

agentupdate.job.repeatInterval

Interval (in ms) between scans for new agents on Update Server. Defaults to 24 hours [86400000]

agentupdate.job.startDelay

Wait time (in ms) for agent update scan to start after Tenant Appliance startup. Defaults to 1 minute [60000]

agentupdate.sslProtocol

Cryptographic protocols to use with SSL when connecting to Update Server [TLS_V1_2]

element.agentupdate.max.concurrent.updates.per.pool

Max number of VMs to update at a time in each pool. This will also be the max number of failures in a pool after which an agent update task will give up and fail. Default is 30.