Preparing Content Gateway Settings on INI File for Deployment

This chapter will cover the required setting on the INI file to deploy the Unified Access Gateway appliance and automatically enable the Content Gateway Edge Service based on the configuration provided by you.

1. Configuring the General deployment settings

An INI file containing all the configuration settings is required to deploy the Unified Access Gateway Appliance.

In this lab you will use the uag-CG.ini file and fill out the respective parameters for your deployment.

You will be deploying a new Unified Access Gateway appliance and name as UAG-CG, that has two NICs where NIC one is set to internet facing and NIC two for Backend and management.

2. Open the UAG-CG INI File for Editing

Editing UAG-2NIC.ini
  1. Click the File Explorer icon from the task bar
  2. Click Desktop
  3. Click UAG Resources
  4. Right-click the uag-CG file
  5. Click Edit with Notepad++

3. General and Network Settings (1/2)

INI File

On the General section the settings are already filled out of you, which includes the settings related to the deployment location and network configuration of the Unified Access Gateway Appliance.

The SSLCert and SSLCertAdmin contain the information regarding the SSL Certificate for the Admin and Internet interfaces.

4. Configuring Content Gateway Settings

AirWatch settings

Right below General Section, you will find the AirwatchContentGateway section, which contain the required parameters to enable Content Gateway Edge Service on your Unified Access Gateway Appliance.

  1. Scroll down to find the AirwatchContentGateway section.
  2. Paste the Content Gateway Configuration ID you copied from the Workspace ONE UEM Console in previous steps.
  3. Enter Your VLP Email Address for the apiServerUsername.  This was used to sign in to the Workspace ONE UEM Console in earlier steps.
  4. Enter for apiServerUrl.
  5. Enter VMware1! for apiServerPassword.
  6. Enter the hostname assigned to you at the start of this lab (Format: for airwatchServerHostname.

When not providing the apiServerPassword as part of the INI settings, the admin needs to add the password through the appliance Admin UI.


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