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Configure a multi-domain MID Server

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Configure a multi-domain MID Server

You can create a MID Server in the global domain that can explore targets in other domains.

Before you begin

Before configuring a multi-domain MID Server:
  • Activate the Domain Support - Domain Extensions Installer [com.glide.domain.msp_extensions.installer] plugin.
  • Ensure that your instance is domain separated.

Role required: admin


  1. Type sys_properties.list in the navigation filter and press Enter.
  2. Locate the glide.ecc.enable_multidomain_mid property.
  3. Set the value of the property to true.
    Note: Enabling this property has no effect on existing MID Servers. MID Servers in a domain prior to setting this property, remain in that domain.
  4. Create a MID Server in the global domain.
    A MID Server created in the global domain after this property is set to true can explore any domain for which it has the credentials. However, this MID Server is restricted to trying only the credentials for the target domains requested by ECC Queue inputs.
    Caution: If you reset the glide.ecc.enable_multidomain_mid property to false after creating a multi-domain MID Server in the global domain, that MID Server writes all the data it receives to the global domain and not to the correct domains.