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First, ensure that oubound port TCP 3121 isn't blocked on the target machine. From Internet Explorer on the target machine, attempt to navigate to the following URL (where 'ProtectServerName' is the name or IP address of the console machine):
You should see a page displayed. Anything else should be somewhat indicative of the problem.
If you are using a proxy server, ensure that you have selected to bypass for local addresses. You will also want to confirm that the WinHTTP settings match those of the Internet Options in terms of proxy server configuration (you can see these settings with either the 'proxycfg' or ‘netsh winhttp show proxy’ commands, depending upon operating system).
The link you provided worked fine from the console machine, but didn't work at all from the target machine.
I have made sure that the firewalls are deactivated completely.
I am not using a proxy server. There is none when using the netsh.. command, and Internet Explorer doesn't use one either.
Another thing I find strange is that tcpview.exe reports port 3121 as listening, but if I port scan from the target machine I can't see port 3121, but other ports are visible like 139.
I'd also like to add that I can telnet to port 3121 from the target machine
Ok, now I managed to install it manually by supplying credentials.
But the Agent pushing still hasn't worked. Still gets stuck on 67% and I don't know why.
It is getting stuck at the point at which the agent machine attempts to connect to the console machine via TCP 3121. Is the 'WinHTTP Web Proxy Auto-Discovery Service' started on the target machine? If so, try stopping it and see if that makes a difference.
When you manually install the agent, after entering the console uri, do you see the list of policies on the console?
I have no such service on my target machines.
I will test a push install on a Windows 7 machine shortly and see if that works better.