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By default, a Cloud Agent Group will already be set up when an Organization is created. If you wish to use one or more Local Agent Groups, you will need to set these up for your Organization using the instructions on this page.

 

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NOTE: When you create Local Agent Groups, you will also need to associate them with an Environment. For more information, see Environments.

Access the Agent Groups page from Menu > Agents > Agent Groups.

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The top section of the Agent Groups page contains a table that shows all the Agent Groups for your Organization. 

There are two types of Agent Groups:

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Initially, you will see the Jitterbit Cloud Agent Group, which is set up by default. Note that there is only one Cloud Agent Group needed; you cannot add additional Cloud Agent Groups or Cloud Agents. There is also nothing available to edit within the Cloud Agent Group, as Cloud Logging will always be enabled (logs viewable from the Menu > Activities page)You can also sort the table by clicking on any of the column headers.

To add and edit Local Agent Groups, follow the instructions in the next sections.

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In this table, you can see information about each Local Agent including IP address, operating system, version, status, and available actions you can take. You can also sort this table by clicking on any of the column headers.

Add Agents or Download

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Agent Software

To add a new Local Agent to your selected Local Agent Group, click the  button. In the popup, enter a name for your new Agent.

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NOTE: You can also add Agents and download Agent software via the Agents page. If added from the Agents page, you will also need to select the Local Agent Group that you want to associate the new Local Agent with.
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NOTE: You may be limited to the number of Agents you can create based on your subscription plan. If you require more Agent GroupsAgents, please contact your Client Success Manager.

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To edit or remove Local Agents, use the Action dropdown on the far right. These options will be disabled if your Agent is currently in
"Running" status. The Agent must be either "Stopped" or "Unregistered" in order to edit or remove the Agent.

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  • Choose Edit to change the name of your Local Agent.
  • Choose Remove to disassociate delete the Local Agent from the Local Agent GroupOrganization.

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    NOTE: This will not only remove the association of the Local Agent with the Local Agent Group, but it will also remove the Local Agent from your Organization. If you instead wish to associate the Local Agent with a different Agent Group, you can do so from the Agents page.

Stop Agent or Download Agent Logs

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