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Configure Patch Manager

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The Primary Application Server (PAS) is a dedicated server that hosts the Primary Application Server (PAS) role. This server provides the default management group, certificate configuration authority, and communications hub for your Patch Manager deployment. This server role is installed on a host system with the Patch Manager Administrator Console.

The Primary Application Server is also referred to as the Patch Manager server.

After you install your first updates, configure the following resources on the Primary Application Server:

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