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Batch Processing

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Batch Processing allows Remote Support administrators to execute certain tasks throughout the Remote Support interface against a group, or batch, of systems from a single view. When a view supports Batch Processing, the Batch pane appears at the bottom of the view.

To execute a Batch Processing task:

  1. Add one or more systems to the Batch list using any of the following methods:

    • Open a pre-configured batch machine file.

    • Drag the systems you want to include into the Batch pane from the Network Browser pane.

    • Click the menu for the view at the top of the Remote Support window, and then select Add Machine.

  2. If you want to save your list of systems for future use, click the Save As icon on the Batch mini toolbar, and then enter a new name for your batch list.

  3. In the Batch pane, select the systems you want to include in the task. Hold Ctrl or Shift to select multiple systems.

  4. Click the menu for the view at the top of the Remote Support window, and then select Batch Processing.

  5. Complete the Batch Properties window according to the current view.

  6. Click OK.

After you run the Batch, the icons in the Batch list change according to the status of the task.

The Status column returns the following status codes based on the results of a batch task:

  • None: No Batch has been performed.

  • Complete: The Batch completed as configured.

  • Error: The Batch item failed. Refer to the Error column for additional details.

  • Pending: The Batch item is in the queue to be scheduled on that system.

  • Active: The Batch item is in progress on that system.
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