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Administrating the Patch Manager Web Console

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The Patch Manager web console displays read-only data collected from the Patch Manager servers. If you are a Patch Manager administrator, review the following sections:

Notes:
  • Some of the features in the Patch Manager web console do not work unless it is running with another Orion Platform product. The sections in this chapter only describe features that do not have this additional requirement.
  • The Patch Manager web console uses different credentials from those Patch Manager uses for the administration console. Configure specific users for the Patch Manager web console as described in "Web Console User Accounts".
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