This article describes how to bind Privilege Manager communications to a single IP Address when multiple network interface cards (NICs) are configured
Enhancement request is now available in Privilege Manager for Unix Version 5.5.2 (042) and up
The "thishost" setting in the pm.settings file can now be used to bind client request's to a specific hostname or IP address. If "thishost _" is used, requests will bind to the IP address of the client's "uname -n" hostname.
For client hosts with multiple network interfaces, this will result in static values for the submithostip and submithost variable's when requests are received on the master
1 - Edit the /etc/opt/quest/qpm4u/pm.settings file and add one of the three examples below.
Replace the data and < > with relevant data for your environment.
EXAMPLE 1: (specifying a hostname)
EXAMPLE 2: (specifying an IP address)
EXAMPLE 3: (generic form)
In Privilege Manager for Sudo, If the pm.settings file does not exist, pmjoin_plugin will create it. You can either create the pm.settings file and put the thishost setting as the only entry, or you can run use the -d option to pmjoin_plugin to set the setting: