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JohnnyWalker
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Super Easy Connect-IT Installation Question

I know its an easy one, but i couldnt find the answer anywhere.

Does Connect-It Require installation on it's own separate server or can it be installed on the same server thats running Service Manager?

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Valued Contributor.. egregoire Valued Contributor..
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Re: Super Easy Connect-IT Installation Question

For best performance you have to install CIT in dedicated server.
In many case CIT use, all memory and cores the server have (especially in parallelized mode or if you have multiple scenarios running on the same server).

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Eric G
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JohnnyWalker
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Re: Super Easy Connect-IT Installation Question

Thank you Eric - currently running only two scenarios - they read LDAP info for contact and assignment groups.

Very little overhead.  Do you think we could install it on the SM hosts under those circumstances?

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Valued Contributor.. egregoire Valued Contributor..
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Re: Super Easy Connect-IT Installation Question

Yes! You can ! 😉

2 scenarios reading LDAP don't use a lot of memory space.
You have just to pay attention on your flow CIT between LDAP and SM.
CIT doesn't like when the source or/and target are unavailable/stopped before CIT itself.
That situation increases the risk of CIT "zombie process".

BR
EG
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