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Using the Patch Manager Web Console

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Steve.Hawkins on Jan 17, 2018

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After you integrate Patch Manager with the Orion Platform, you can view deployment data from your Primary Application Server (PAS) in the Patch Manager Web Console. 

The Patch Manager Web Console displays information about your Patch Manager deployment in a read-only user interface. The console connects to the Orion Platform through the Patch Manager Orion web interface that you install on the Orion server or any or any Microsoft® Windows®-based web server that can connect to the Patch Manager Application server.

Below is an example of the read-only Patch Manager Web Console (or dashboard) in the Orion Web Console. To access the web console, log in to the Orion Web Console, click My Dashboards, and select Patches > Patch Summary.  


See the following sections for details about using the Patch Manager Web Console: 

See Orion Web Console and chart settings for details about customizing the Orion Web Console user environment. 

Some features in the SolarWinds Patch Manager Web Console are disabled unless it is running with another Orion Platform product. This section describes features that do not have this requirement.


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