We are trying to use the 3PDS area to pass information between agents
on a local client and agents on a remote server. In order to not have
to deal with group permissions, etc, I felt a short cut would be to
have both the local and remote agents register with the 3PDS using
a common set of credentials (i.e. the same vendor name, application
name, enterprise name and UUID). That way, any blocks allocated by
one of the agents would be accessible by any other agent.
If the remote machine performs the first registration with this common
vendor name, UUID, etc, then any other remote machine (I have tried two
machines so far) can also register with these common credentials. The local
machine however is not able to register with the same common credentials.
Conversely, if the local machine does the initial registration, then no
remote machines are able to register with the common credentials.
Am I correct in assuming that when an application is first registered with the
3PDS, AMT also records if the registration was from a local or remote source?
If so, does it then only allow either local or remote (depending on
who got in first) to register with the same credentials?