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Additional Application and Management Server Scenarios

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

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Scenarios that warrant deploying additional Application role servers relate directly to managing separate Patch Manager console connections. Use additional Application role servers to provide redundancy or additional load capacity for console connections, or to create isolated sandboxes in which a console user manages an environment. An Application role server has its own credentials, user profiles, and security roles.

Scenarios that warrant deploying additional Management role servers include any in which you want to create additional management groups. Since each Patch Manager server uses its own instance of SQL Server, creating multiple management groups means segregating Patch Manager data into multiple data stores. Examples of when this might be helpful include managing segments of an organization that have data sensitivity or confidentiality concerns, or reporting at a granular level, such as by department or site.

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