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Show Active v. Passive Jump Client in Registry

We have a customer that is wanting to know if we have a readable registry entry that will denote whether a Jump Client is active or passive. He is scripting relevance statements in IBM Bigfix, and would like to determine if a system has active or passive based on registry alone.

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  • Aug 17 2016
  • Will not implement
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    Guest commented
    23 Aug, 2018 05:33pm

    Why won't they implement this?? They tell us to limit use of Active JC's, then when we ask how we can they say there's no way (thru any registry keys, values or any common files or folders). 

    The best method I found out was thru C:\ProgramData\bomgar-scc-[random]... there's a settings.ini file within it a line called connection_type=1. Type 1 is Active and Type 2 is Passive from what I can tell.