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Dell Command | Integration Suite for System Center Version 5.1 User’s Guide

Configure Subscriptions

A subscription is a collection of one policy with one or more clients selected from those on the network. From the Configure Subscriptions screen, you can view subscriptions that have been previously created, as well as perform the following operations:
  • Create a new subscription
  • Edit a subscription
  • Delete a subscription
  • Subscribe (apply a subscription to the selected clients)
  • Unsubscribe (remove a subscription from a client)
Each subscription row can be in one of several states:
  • Pending
  • Running
  • Stopping
  • Completed
  • Completed with error(s)
  • Stopped
To sort the Subscriptions table by any of its fields in ascending or descending order, click the relevant column title. Columns in the Subscriptions table are:
  • Subscription Name
  • Operation
  • Modifier — Modifies the Operation. Currently Stop is the only modifier.
  • Status — The status of the Subscription; if a single client remains in the Pending or Retry state, then the Status of the Subscription will be Complete With Errors.
  • Policy Name
  • Policy Filters
  • Clients — If one client is included in the subscription, its Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) will be listed in the table. To see a list of client FQDNs included in the subscription if there are two or more, click the Multiple . . . hyperlink in the column.

To refresh the Subscriptions table, click the refresh button.

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