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Installs an endpoint on all operating systems except AS/400, and OS/2.
Syntaxwinstlcf [-a] [-C locale_name] [-D] [-d dir_name] [-e] [-f file_name] [-g machine[+port][:machine[+port]] [-i] [-j] [-L config_options] [-l endpoint_port] [-N endpoint] [-n endpoint_label] [-P] [-R] [-r policy_region] [-S share_name] [-s dir_name] [-T account] [-v] [-x TCPIP | IPX] [-Y] host [user_account password]...
DescriptionThe winstlcf command installs and starts the endpoint service (lcfd) on one or more workstations. This command can be used to install an endpoint on all operating systems except AS/400 and OS/2 operating systems. For AS/400 operating systems, use the w4inslcf.pl command or Tivoli Software Installation Service. For OS/2 operating systems, use the provided InstallShield program or Tivoli Software Installation Service.
- Before installing Linux endpoints, make sure that the the access method used (exec or shell) is enabled on the target. The exec access method is the default installation option; the shell access method is specified using the -e option.
- For UNIX operating systems, the login shell of the root user cannot be the C shell.
- To install Windows endpoints using the winstlcf command, you must first install one Windows endpoint in the domain or trust manually using the InstallShield image. This endpoint is used as a proxy to remotely install all additional Windows endpoints in the domain or trust. After you have installed the proxy endpoint, install all additional Windows endpoints in that domain or trust using the winstlcf command and -N option.
By default, the endpoint service starts after installation. You can install endpoints to multiple workstations by listing the machine names on the command line or using the -f option to specify a file that contains a list of machine names.
If you run the winstlcf command on a machine more than once, you have more than one instance of lcfd service running on that machine.
After you specify an installation password with the winstlcf command, that password becomes the default for all subsequent installations. To change the password, follow these steps:
- Explicitly specify another password.
- Attempt an installation on an unsupported operating system, which erases the global variable containing the password.
- Specify the -P option.
- Specifies that endpoints be installed asynchronously. Without this option,the command waits for the endpoint to log in to its gateway before installing the next endpoint.
- -C locale_name
- For Linux and UNIX operating systems only, specifies the language locale for the target endpoint. If the -C option is not specified, the language is inherited from the lcfd environment.
- -d dir_name
- Specifies the target directory in which to install the endpoint software. The default location is the /opt/Tivoli/lcf directory for UNIX operating systems and the c:\Program Files\Tivoli\lcf directory for Windows operating systems. When installing a Windows endpoint from a Linux or UNIX Tivoli server, forward slashes in path names are also supported.
- For Windows operating systems, indicates that the lcfep program is not installed. When installing in a Windows Terminal Server environment, this is the default behavior and cannot be overridden. In other words, the lcfep program cannot be installed in this environment.
- For UNIX operating systems only, specifies to use trusted host access instead of exec.
- -f file_name
- Specifies the name of a file that contains a list of machine where an endpoint needs to be installed. The file must contain one machine name per line. Each line can contain the machine name, the user ID, the password, the policy region, and the label that is used to install the endpoint. The following is the format of a line:host_name user_ID password policy_region endpoint_label
- The host name of the machine where the endpoint is to be installed.
- The user ID of the system administrator performing the installation.
- The password associated with the user_ID.
- Optional. The name of the policy region where the endpoint is moved.
NoteIf you specify endpoint_label and you do not want the endpoint moved to a policy region, you must specify policy_region as a null string ("").
- Optional. The label of the endpoint.
For example, the following could be three lines in a file:red root mstr_Key orange chris d1n0mite "" orange-ep yellow root mstr_Key NYC_PR yellow-ep
- -g machine[+port][:machine[+port]]...
- Specifies the Internet Protocol (IP) address or host name and, optionally, the port number of the gateway to which the endpoint logs in. Multiple gateway entries must be separated by colons (:). You must specify the port number if it is other than 9494, the default. If the -g option is omitted, the endpoint broadcasts to all gateways.
NoteIn a network address translation (NAT) environment, gateways must be specified as fully qualified domain names and not as IP addresses. Direct specification of gateway IP addresses fails in a NAT environment.
- Turns off auto-start configuration for a Linux or UNIX endpoint after installation. By default, Windows endpoints always start automatically after installation.
- Causes the command to use an encrypted secure shell (SSH) connection when connecting to the machine to install the endpoint.
- You cannot use SSH to perform installations on Windows targets.
- When you use this option to install an endpoint from a Windows system, you must use a trusted host access method. Because trusted host access methods do not use passwords, you cannot use the -j option with winstlcf options that require a password.
- To install an endpoint from a Windows system using the winstlcf command and -j option, you must launch a Cygwin command prompt and then run the winstlcf command from the version of Perl provided by Cygwin, as shown in the following example:/usr/bin/perl -S winstlcf -j optionsFor more information, see the chapter about SSH in the Tivoli Enterprise Installation Guide.
- -l endpoint_port
- Specifies the port number for the endpoint. The default port number is 9495.
- -L config_options
- Passes configuration options to the lcfd command for starting the endpoint. If you specify multiple options or have spaces in a single option, you must enclose the text in double quotation marks ("). See the lcfd command for a list of valid options.
- -n endpoint_label
- Specifies an endpoint label provided by a user.
NoteIf you omit the -n option, the endpoint label is generated automatically. If you do not specify the endpoint port number, the label is the host name of the endpoint. If you specify the endpoint port number (for example, using the -l option), the endpoint label is generated as follows:
- On Windows operating systems, the label has the format host-port.
- On Linux and UNIX operating systems, the label has the format host-instance, if the instance number is greater than 1. The value of instance matches the instance number used in the $LCFROOT/dat/instance directory.
- -N endpoint
- Specifies an existing Windows endpoint in the domain or trust to be used as a proxy to remotely install all other Windows endpoints.
NoteTo install Windows endpoints using the winstlcf command, you must first install one Windows endpoint in the domain or trust manually using the InstallShield image. This endpoint is used as a proxy to remotely install all additional Windows endpoints in the domain or trust. After you have installed the proxy endpoint, install all additional Windows endpoints in that domain or trust using the winstlcf command and -N option. When you use this option, all endpoints to be installed are assumed to be Windows clients. Installing the Tivoli Remote Execution Service is not necessary.
- Prompts for a password for each machine. This option is useful only when installing on remote hosts with different passwords. If each machine has the same password or if you do not use this option, the command prompts for a global password to use for each machine.
- -r policy_region
- Specifies a policy region to install the endpoint to.
- Requires the Windows endpoint to restart after installation without prompting the user. This option is only needed if the Tivoli Authentication Package, TivoliAP.dll, was not previously installed on the endpoint or an older version of the Tivoli Authentication Package is being replaced.
- -s dir_name
- Specifies the source directory containing the endpoint installation image.
- -S share_name
- Specifies a destination share name (default = C$).
- -T account
- Specifies the Tivoli remote access account for the Windows endpoint.
- Lists verbose installation information and error messages.
- -x [TCPIP | IPX]
- For Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX) endpoints only. Specifies the protocol used by the endpoint. If you do not specify this option, the endpoint uses TCP/IP. Supported protocols are TCP/IP and IPX. To specify both TCP/IP and IPX, specify the option as -x=TCPIP,IPX. You cannot turn off the TCP/IP protocol for a gateway.
- Installs the endpoint without confirmation. By default, this command identifies the actions that must be taken to perform the installation and requests confirmation before continuing. Using this option, the command identifies the actions and performs the installation without requesting confirmation.
- host [user_account password]
- Specifies the name of the machine on which the endpoint is installed. If you specify only the host name, the root or Administrator account is used. You are prompted for the password. You can specify a different user account and password by enclosing the three entries in single quotation marks. For example, you might enter the following:winstlcf 'vernon DOMAIN-NT\chris d1n0mite'
If the Windows domain and the local computer use the same user_account name (such as Administrator), you must specify the fully qualified name for the account, as in the preceding example. Quotation marks are necessary when specifying fully qualified user accounts.
AuthorizationNo Tivoli authorization role is required except when the -N option is specified. To use the winstlcf command and -N option, you must have the super, senior, or admin role.
- The following example installs the endpoint software on a UNIX workstation vernon, sets the locale to French, and starts the endpoint daemon (lcfd). The winstlcf command uses the root account and prompts for the root password on vernon. The installation image is placed in the default directory. The endpoint starts with the default configuration.winstlcf -C fr vernon
- The following example installs the endpoint software on a Windows workstation olympus and starts the endpoint service. The winstlcf command uses the Administrator account and prompts for the Administrator password on olympus. The installation image is taken from a Windows proxy fuji (a previously installed endpoint in the Windows domain). The software is installed in the default directory on olympus. The endpoint starts with the default configuration.winstlcf -N fuji olympus
- The following example installs the endpoint on a Windows workstation in a directory other than the default directory. In this example, the endpoint is installed on workstation bonnell on drive D with the share name steve. For instances where the share name of the destination drive is not the default name (D:\ = D$), use the -d to specify the directory (D:\tivoli\lcf), and use the -S to specify the share name (steve).winstlcf -N pctmp107 -d D:\tivoli\lcf -S steve bonnell
- The following example installs the endpoint software on workstation myoung. The endpoint performs its initial login through IP address 18.104.22.168.winstlcf -g 22.214.171.124 myoung
- The following example installs the endpoint on workstation bbunny and passes configuration options to the lcfd command to use when it starts the endpoint. In the example, -g cedar+1616 specifies the gateway and port that the endpoint contacts for initial login, and -Dlcs.machine_name=bbunny-ep assigns a specific name to the endpoint.winstlcf -L "-g cedar+1616 \ -Dlcs.machine_name=bbunny-ep" bbunny
- The following example installs machines cedar and mahogany as endpoints. The installation process prompts for a global root password, but does not prompt for confirmation before installing.winstlcf -P -Y cedar mahogany
- The following example installs multiple endpoints from the endpt.txt file. The installation process does not prompt for password or installation confirmation. The software is installed in the /usr/lcf directory.winstlcf -f endpt.txt -Y -d /usr/lcf
- The following example installs the Windows endpoint antonella on the computer system agodino using IPX to connect to the NetWare gateway lux using the endpoint vernon as a proxy.winstlcf -x IPX -N vernon -g LUX+7787 -n antonella agodino
- The following example installs an endpoint on machine oak using an encrypted SSH connection from a Windows managed node ./usr/bin/perl -S winstlcf -j oakNote
To install an endpoint from a Windows managed node using the winstlcf command and -j option, you must launch a Cygwin command prompt and then run the winstlcf command from the version of Perl provided by Cygwin.
See Alsolcfd.sh, wdelep
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