Installing and Uninstalling EUM Agent
- It is suggested to have a processor with 4 cores.
- A single EUM Agent can handle up to 15 to 20 RBM monitors simultaneously (varies based on the load)
EUM Agents for RBM monitors have to be installed on a dedicated Windows / Linux machine - 8 GB RAM, 40 GB HD. However, Applications Manager can be installed on Windows or Linux. This works with the Professional Edition and Enterprise Edition (with Managed Server).
Installing EUM Agent
To start end user monitoring from multiple locations, you have to install the EUM agents in the respective locations. The agents can be installed in both Windows and Linux systems. Please note that the EUM agents will work only if the central Applications Manager server is running.
Note: Edge-based EUM Agents can be installed only on Windows Server with Microsoft Edge (versions 17 & above) Support.
Follow the steps given below to install the EUM agent in Windows systems.
- Download the EUM Agent (.exe) file for Windows.
- Execute the downloaded file. The installshield wizard will open up. Click Next to continue. Read the license agreement and click the Yes button.
- Specify the details of your Applications Manager installation such as host, port, and EUM API Key (which is available under Settings → REST API → End User Monitoring). Click Next to proceed.
- Provide the location where the EUM agent should be installed in your machine. Click Browse to provide a different location of installation. Click Next.
- Specify the name of the folder to be placed in Program Folder. The default is ManageEngine End User Monitoring Agent. Click Next.
- If you want to install EUM as a service, select the 'Install End User Monitoring Agent as Service' option and click Next. Please note that you need to have administrative privileges to install the EUM agent as a service.
Note: Edge-based EUM Agents must be installed in non-service mode.
- The current settings will be displayed in the next screen. If you need to make any changes, click Back, or else click Next to continue with the installation. Once you click Next, the setup will start copying the jar files necessary for the EUM agent.
- You have an option to fill up a registration form for technical support.
- In the final step of the installation wizard, there are options available to View the Readme file and to Launch the End User Monitoring Agent Now. Select these options if required. Click Finish to complete the installation process.
Follow the steps given below to install the EUM agent in Linux systems.
- Download the EUM Agent (.bin) file for Linux.
- Execute the downloaded file. The Installation Wizard is displayed. Click Next to continue. Read the license agreement and click the Yes button.
- Provide the location where the EUM agent should be installed in your machine. Click Next.
- Current Settings will be displayed in the next screen. If you need to make changes, click Back, else click Next to continue the installation.
- Click Finish to complete the installation process.
- You have an option to fill up a registration form for Technical support.
- Finally, select if you want to view the ReadMe file or click Finish to launch the EUM agent immediately.
- You can also install the EUM agent via command line. Just type in the following command in the command prompt:
Execution of this command will take you through the installation process.
- Real Browser Monitor (RBM) via Firefox and Chrome browsers are supported in Linux.
- Users need Administrative privileges to install and run the agent in both the Windows and Linux OS.
- We recommend that you do not have more than one installation of the EUM agent in a machine as this causes malfunctioning in agent data collection in certain cases.
- Maximum allowed EUM Agents per Applications Manager instance is 20.
Uninstalling EUM Agent
- If the EUM agent is running, you should stop the agent before uninstalling it. You can stop the agent using any of these options:
- Use the Start menu->All Programs->ManageEngine EndUser Monitoring Agent->Stop Server option.
- From the command prompt, execute the StopServer.bat file present under the <ManageEngine/EUMAgent> folder.
- Use the Start menu->All Programs->ManageEngine EndUser Monitoring Agent->Uninstall option. The installshield wizard will be displayed. Follow the instructions shown on screen to uninstall the agent.
- Remove the agent completely using the Control Panel->Add/Remove Programs option.
- From the command line, go to the <EUMAgent Home>directory and execute the below commands:
sh StopServer.sh -force
- Exit out of the command prompt and close all the files and folders opened in the <EUMAgent Home> directory.
- Execute the command ./Uninstall from the <EUMAgent>/Uninstall directory and follow the process. If there is no GUI or if you are uninstalling from a remote server, execute the command ./Uninstall -console from the <EUMAgent>/Uninstall directory and follow the process.
End User Monitoring Agent Settings
When you start the End User Monitoring agent, the EUM web client will be automatically launched. The web client can be accessed at the URL http://localhost:9999 where localhost is the host system where the EUM agent is installed and 9999 is the port number where the EUM agent is running.
Upon accessing the EUM agent, you will be prompted with the EUM login page. Login using EUM API Key, which is available under Settings → REST API → End User Monitoring. To learn how to change Applications Manager hostname, port number and other proxy settings, refer here.
Note: To configure EUM agent settings for versions 17.0 & below, refer here.
After successful login, you will be redirected to the Agent Settings page. Here you can modify the necessary EUM agent settings by clicking the Edit button and updating the settings. These changes will take effect only when you restart the agent.
The Server settings specified here are used to establish a successful connection with the Applications Manager instance:
- Server Host: Hostname of your Applications Manager instance.
- Server SSL Port: Provide SSL port of your Applications Manager instance. The port configurations can be viewed in AMServer.Properties file located under <Applications Manager Home>\conf\ directory.
- EUM API Key: API key for user authentication, which is available under Settings → REST API → End User Monitoring.
- Polling Interval: Polling Interval in minutes.
- Allow multiple agents with the same host name: This option should be enabled when a user’s network has multiple servers with the same hostname and the user needs to deploy an Agent on each one. Click here to learn more.
You have to restart the EUM agent for the any changes in Server settings to take effect.
The Proxy settings specified here are used to establish a successful connection with the Applications Manager instance:
- Auto-detect proxy settings for this network - EUM Agent automatically detects the proxy settings to be used.
- No proxy - EUM Agent connects without a proxy.
- Use system proxy settings – EUM Agent uses the proxy settings defined in your system settings.
- Automatic proxy configuration URL – EUM agent uses the proxy settings defined in the PAC file.
- Manual proxy configuration:
- Proxy Host & Proxy Port: Enter the value of the proxy host & port on which the proxy connection will run.
- Username & Password: Enter the username & password for authorization.
- No Proxy: Give the domain names for which the manual proxy configurations should not be applied. The following rules are applicable:
- Use semicolons(;) to separate entries
- The host may be any of the following types:
- A complete host name (e.g. www.test.com)
- A domain name. Domain names must begin with a dot (e.g. ".test.com")
- An IP-address (e.g. "126.96.36.199")
- An IP-subnet, specified as an IP-address and a netmask separated by a "/" (e.g. "188.8.131.52/255.255.255.192"). A 0 bit in the netmask means that bit won't be used in the comparison (i.e. the addresses are AND'ed with the netmask before comparison).
You have to restart the EUM agent for the any changes in Proxy settings to take effect. If you have chosen any one of the following options: No proxy, Use system proxy settings OR Automatic proxy configuration URL, the EUM agent will automatically detect proxy settings to be used when connecting to Applications Manager.
WebDriver specified here will be used to perform playback during each data collection.
- Microsoft Edge WebDriver Path: Complete filepath of the Microsoft Edge WebDriver installed on the server where this End User Monitoring Agent is installed. If the WebDriver is installed under C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ then the provide the path as C:\Windows\SysWOW64\MicrosoftWebDriver.exe
Click here to find the steps to configure WebDriver for Microsoft Edge (versions 17 & above)
- Google Chrome WebDriver Path: Complete file path of the Google Chrome WebDriver installed on the server where this End User Monitoring Agent is installed.
Sample driver path:
For Windows : C:\Windows\chromedriver.exe
For Linux : /home/test/chromedriver
Click here to find the steps to configure WebDriver for Google Chrome (versions 65 & above).
- Playback using Microsoft Edge WebDriver is supported only in the End User Monitoring Agent installed on Windows Server with Microsoft Edge (versions 17 & above) Support.
- Playback using Google Chrome WebDriver is supported only in the End User Monitoring Agent installed on Server with Google Chrome (versions 65 & above) support.