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The Patch Manager System Configuration Node

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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The Patch Manager System Configuration node contains a variety of one-time configuration tasks and management views. It consists of the following child nodes:

Management Groups

This node contains a child node for each Patch Manager Management Group. A Management Group is a container of computers managed by a single Patch Manager server in the Management role. By default, this node consists of the single Management Group, Managed Enterprise.

Patch Manager Servers

This node contains a child node for each Patch Manager server role in the Patch Manager environment. Each child node displays a list of servers in the selected role.

Security and User Management

This node consists of a tabbed view to view and manage security and user settings.

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