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MID Servers for Orchestration

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MID Servers for Orchestration

Orchestration automatically selects an appropriate MID Server based on the capabilities that you configure in activities, the IP addresses of target devices, and the application that the MID Server is allowed to use.

To allow a MID Server to work with Orchestration, it must have the Orchestration application or the ALL application assigned to it. See Configure a default MID Server for each application for instructions.

You can have MID Servers focus on different capabilities and separate sections of your network. See:

You can also specify a default MID Server to use if no MID Servers meet the capability and IP range criteria for an activity. See Select the default MID Server for Orchestration.

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