The Automox Agent uses PowerShell scripts to execute most of its functions including scanning and patching.

These scripts execute from a fixed directory on the local device. By default this is set to the following locations:

Windows: C:\ProgramData\amagent\
Mac:  /Library/Application Support/amagent/
Linux: /var/lib/amagent

If you would prefer these actions to run from a different default path, that can be set using an agent command on the device (--setexecdir)

Windows
C:\Program Files (x86)\Automox\amagent.exe' --setexecdir C:\MyPath\MyDir

Mac
/usr/bin/local/amagent --setexecdir /MyPath/MyDir

Linux
/opt/amagent/amagent --setexecdir /MyPath/MyDir


The next time the Automox Agent service is restarted, it will use the newly specified location for running its scripts.

Some endpoint security applications block scripts that don't originate from a designated location. So the most common reason to modify this setting is to move it to a whitelisted or preferred directory for your security software. 

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