Local Agent can be configured for visibility based on the "agent_type" parameter.
Here are the properties that work together to give complete control:
# accelQ user id firstname.lastname@example.org
# project code (found in Profile menu on accelQ)
# only required for agent_type=project
# type of the agent, which defines visibility # tenant, project or user agent_type=user
In the agent.properties file, you can supply one of the following values for agent_type, to control who (and from where) can access the agent.
Agent will be visible in any project, for the user ID specified in the properties file. Typically use this configuration for an agent that is assigned to you, as a user.
Agent is visible to the specified project name. Any user that logs into the given project name (as specified in the project name property) will be able to utilize this local agent.
Note: You can supply multiple project names to allow multiple projects to share an Agent. Simply specify the project codes separated with a comma (e.g. Project1, Project2)
Agent is visible across all projects and for all the users. This is like a global agent, which can be used by anyone on your tenant.
Choose this setting appropriately based on your requirement.