pbregister

Registers a Privilege Management for Unix and Linux client or secondary server to the primary license server.

The command line utility provides a method of retrieving default configuration and required data files from the primary license server to aid the initial install of the service.

Pbregister is primarily used by Privilege Management for Unix and Linux installer. We highly recommend that its direct use should be made under the guidance of BeyondTrust Technical Support.
  • Version 9.0 and earlier: pbregister options not supported.
  • Version 10.0.1 and later: pbregister options supported.
pbregister <options...>

-a <application id>

The REST Application ID generated on the primary license server. Required to authenticate against the remote REST service.

-k <application key>

The REST Application Key generated on the primary license server. Required to authenticate against the remote REST service.
-n <hostname/address>

The TCP/IP address/domain name to contact the primary license server REST service. This is required.

-p <port>

The TCP/IP port to contact the primary license server REST service. If not specified, default is 24351.

-c <path>

Path to the libcurl shared libraries supplied by Privilege Management for Unix and Linux. Multiple libraries can be specified separated by a colon.

-s <path>

Path to the libcom_err and libssl shared libraries supplied by Privilege Management for Unix and Linux. Multiple libraries can be specified separated by a colon.

-N <profile>

The Registration Client Profile name, as defined in the primary license server database. If none is supplied the default profile is used.

-P <prefix>

The Privilege Management for Unix and Linux prefix.

-S <suffix>

The Privilege Management for Unix and Linux suffix.

-z Set this hosts name when registering with Registry Name Service.

-g '[{"svcgname" : "<name>", "role" : "<primary|secondary|client>"},{...}]'

Register this host as given roles within specified service groups.
-R Register with the Primary Registry Name Service.
-C Create simple x509 certificate.
-q Run the command in quiet mode. Displays minimal feedback, and will not interact.
-v --version