The 32-bit agent installer has a product code (GUID) of:
The 64-bit agent installer has a product code (GUID) of:
This can be retrieved from the registry at:
You might have to look at the WOW6432Node on the 64-bit servers to find the correct value as well (even though it's a 64-bit agent, the installer is still a 32-bit installer I believe so the install information will be written in the 32-bit portion of the registry).
So you should be able to check the four locations:
To see which installer is there.
Thanks for the info Sean.
I will check it out.
I would need to figure out the same thing on UNIX.
We had a customer's low expertise employee installing a huge number of agents, and we are not sure he's always doing the right thing.
For instance, we have now an agent running on Debian, and one on Solaris 6, although (of course) we didn't provide agents for those OS's.
How can we understand what agent has been installed on a UNIX server?
can you do a ldd on the rscd binary and see if it's linking to 64bit libs ? (atleast on unix)
there's no 64-bit agent for sparc yet is there ?