Configuring resource pools

When working with Windows operating systems that report directly to management servers, the agents will automatically fail over to other management servers in the event of a failure unless specifically configured for primary and failover management servers via PowerShell or Active Directory integration.

UNIX/Linux operating systems and network devices, however, do not have the ability to fail over automatically to any available management server and instead rely on resource pools to define the management servers that are involved in supporting communications with these types of devices.

Adding management servers to these resource pools allows you to dedicate specific servers to dedicated device monitoring types, and multiple ...

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