Does anyone know if there is a command line to set a proxy to an already installed version of Cortex XDR?
I know the proxy can be set using the command line: Cortex_Installer.msi proxy_list=”<proxy>:<port>”
That being said, I didn’t find any way to change the defined proxy, once the installation is complete, except completely uninstalling the software and re-installing it with the correct Proxy list.
I know I can change it through the Cortex Cloud console but the problem I am facing is that some of our endpoints do not have access to the internet and we are using Cortex Broker VMs as a relay. So, if someone made a mistake when entering proxy information, that computer will never register with the cloud console, and modifying the proxy won't be available.
TLDR: is there any command line available to force a Cortex XDR proxy list once the application is installed?
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