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Monitoring QoE Applications and Nodes in SAM

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By default nodes and applications are automatically monitored by QoE when you deploy a Network or Server Sensor. You can automatically filter which nodes or applications are monitored.

See Global QoE Settings for more information on changing these settings.

Server Sensors automatically monitor the top 50 applications on the node they are installed on based on the global settings. You can change which applications are monitored after the sensor is deployed.

For more information, see the following topics:

 
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