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     raul.marquez
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    Hello,

    I’m currently taking the following training:

    ForgeRock®
    Access Management: Core Concepts AM-400
    Student Workbook

    Steps taken before this point, as instructed by the workbook, were:
    – Configuring/create a web agent in AM
    – Stopping the apache server

    Those were preparation for the next step:
    – In Chapter 1: Lesson 2: Exercise 1: Task 3: Page: 65, it instructs the following while installing a Web Agent

    Accept the license: yes
    Configuration file: /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
    Change Ownership? yes
    Existing OpenSSOAgentBootstrap.properties file ↵ (Enter to accept the default)
    OpenAM server URL: http://subscribers.example.com:18080/am
    Agent URL: http://fec.example.com:80
    Agent profile name: webagent
    Realm / Organization Name: /subscribers
    Agent password file: /opt/web_agents/passwdfile
    Confirm Configuration: yes

    However it exits out with the following error:
    Error validating OpenAM – Agent configuration.

    Then I noticed there wasn’t actually a subscribers realm in AM, and nowhere in the workbook was it instructed to create one or mentioned that one was already created, so I created it myself thinking that that would solve the problem, only it didn’t, I still got the same error.

    Also, If I try to access http://subscribers.example.com:18080/am it asks for a user/password, upon creating the subscribers real no setting of user/password was asked to be set, although I did try amadmin/cangetinam.

    So not sure how to overcome this in order to continue and complete this training.

    As a side note: While creating the Web Agent the instructions refers to where the agent is being created as a console, for example “log in to the AM console”, console to me implies that I will get a command prompt. Regardless I figured it was in this portal: am.example.com:18080/am/XUI/#login/, which of course is a web ui, and I was able to follow through the instructions even though it kept calling it a console. Is this portal what it means by console?

    Any help is much appreciated.

    Thanks.

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