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Install multiple Patch Manager admininstrator consoles

Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Steve.Hawkins on Jul 02, 2018

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You can install multiple Patch Manager administrator consoles to connect to a single Primary Application Server (PAS) from multiple locations, or to connect to a Secondary Application Servers (SAS) as needed.

Multiple consoles with a single PAS

In environments that require one Application Server role, deploy additional Patch Manager administrator consoles to allow console connections from more than one computer. See "Configuring Remote Administration Consoles" for details.

Multiple consoles with dedicated servers

In environments that require multiple Application role servers, the Patch Manager installer installs a Patch Manager administration console on each additional server. If you need to connect to these servers from separate computers, deploy additional Patch Manager administrator consoles and connect them to the appropriate Application role server as needed. For additional information, see "Configuring Remote Administration Consoles".

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