Determining the Trust Relationship
When picking the source system from the list, a trusted column displays that indicates whether a trust relationship exists between the management server and the indicated system. If a trust relationship is not configured for that system, that system is marked no in the trusted column.
Changing a Trust Relationship
To change a trust relationship for a system, click [configure] in the appropriate row. The HTTP server configuration page or Systems Management Homepage for the associated system is displayed. Refer to Networking and Security - Using Replicate Agent Settings to Modify Management HTTP Server Settings for more information on these settings.
Wake on LAN feature
Wake on LAN (WOL) is a feature that is used by HP Systems Insight Manager to bring a target system that either is in Advanced Configuration Power Interface (ACPI) Standby mode or powered off to full power. The Replicate Agent Settings feature can optionally use the WOL feature to wake target systems that are in low power mode so they can be configured. A system can be remotely powered up if it is equipped with a WOL-enabled Network Interface Card (NIC) or it has ACPI support in the operating system. Refer to the target ProLiant server documentation to determine if Remote WakeUp is supported by the server.
Replicate Agent Settings Events
Replicate Agent Settings events are used to show the status of a Replicate Agent Settings task. They reflect successful or unsuccessful attempts of a Replicate Agent Settings task execution. They are logged in the job details for the corresponding Replicate Agent Settings task.