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OEM 11g - Add host

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How do I add a host to OEM 11g?
The host has a service account on it and I have allocated a directory for oem called /oem (nothing in directory at this point).
We already have OEM 11g up and running but I have a new server with a few databases on it that I want managed in grid control.
What is the process to add this?
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You will need to deploy the agent:

1) From Grid or
2) Manually
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I this article which worked for me. Thanks.
http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11857_01/install.111/e15838.pdf
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I found an article from oracle stating the method of how to do what I needed.
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