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by COEST  in IDOL on 2021-03-03

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by kuth  in Content Manager
TES Deploy

Whenever you make changes to the configuration in TES you hit save which then saves the config to the local computer.

You then hit deploy to push that config to all workgroup servers.

It restarts the workgroup services on all servers.

Best to do it after hours but generally users won’t notice as the restart of the services is generally pretty quick.

I like to observe all servers update back to online though and manually restart the services if they get stuck during a deploy to be safe.

by kuth  in Content Manager on 2021-03-04

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