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The Application Servers Node

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

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When you select a Patch Manager server in the Application Servers node, the console displays the following tabs with information about that server in the lower-center pane.

Summary

Displays details about the server, such as its name, Patch Manager server roles, and management group.

Sessions

Displays a list of active console connections to the selected Patch Manager server.

Task Diagnostics

Displays details about the tasks currently running on the Automation role server. These details also appear on the Task Diagnostics tab of the Management Servers node, which can contain details for several Application role servers.

Management and Application Server Monitoring

Lists all of the Patch Manager servers with the Management and/or Application server role. This view displays detailed information about the status of each server.

Application Server Settings

Displays the Patch Manager server settings that are specific to the Application server role. For additional information about these settings, see "Application Server Settings".

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