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Check which HP Device Manager Server is configured or tried to contact

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Is there any way to check on a T520 ThinClient with Windows 10 x64 wich Device Manager is configured or which Device Manager the Client is trying to connect? I think here must be a configuration file or a registry entry for this setting?

 

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When you login to the unit as Admin you can find the "HPDM Agent" in the Control Panel. In there it shows the IP or hostname to which HPDM Gateway it's registered too.  It will also show the build version of the Agent (but that doesn't neccessarily indicate the Server is the same version when the Agent wasn't updated).

It can be also found in the Registry under HKLM\software\Hewlett-Packard\DM Agent\Config

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