Currenlty I have integration between BSM/OMi and SiteScope.
Currently my SiteScope server OM agent has certificate server and core authetication manager set to my BSM GW server.
When I deploy policies from SiteScope to himself it works fine, but how can I get the my OM policies deployed to the SIteScope server if the certificate server and manager are set to my BSM GW for the INTEGRATION?
Should the core authority manager be set to my OM server for this to occur?
I don't think you should be installing other polices other than integration ones, but OA in SiS servers only talks to GW server so that should be the way, as when you generate the cert request it goes to the GW and then to DPS.
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>>>So when my SiteScope server gets policies it would make the request to the GW server which sends the request to DPS server which then get the policies from OM management server.
No, DPS will never get any policies from OM. If you want OM to deploy policies on the OM Agent installed on SiteScope, you have to have that Agent managed by OM. If you don't know how to do it - ask your OM admin. If OM and BSM trust each other (meaning you have integration between OM and BSM) it doesn't really matter which server (OM or BSM GW) will be set as the certificate server for the OM Agent.
Once you make the OM Agent managed by the OM server you will also have to deploy flexible management policy on the OM Agent, so that events from the integration policies would be sent to BSM, whereas events from your OM policies would be sent to OM.
So to confirm, For my SiteScope server to have the OM policies deployed to it, I need to have it point and trusted by an OM server, and for the events from SiteScope Integration, I need to configure and deploy a Flexible management policy to the SIteScope server so those events would be sent to BSM/OMi and Om events sent to OM, correct?