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IPO 9.1.6 with VM Pro Primary PC and Backup VM Pro PC

IPO 9.1.6 with VM Pro Primary PC and Backup VM Pro PC

IPO 9.1.6 with VM Pro Primary PC and Backup VM Pro PC

(OP)
The setup

I am trying to program2 sites both with IP500v2 with VM Pro on server. ( This is not Server Edition)
One site is the Primary vm pro other is backup.
I can't get vm Pro servers to sync. I was assuming the setup would be the same as it is for Server Edition

Is there anything differnt? I do not see anything in the distributive vm as far as sync?

RE: IPO 9.1.6 with VM Pro Primary PC and Backup VM Pro PC

(OP)
I have configured the SMTP settings in VM Pro Clients

RE: IPO 9.1.6 with VM Pro Primary PC and Backup VM Pro PC

Windows or Linux App Servers. If the former you have to have IIS and SMPT configured correctly. If the former it should do it automatically once the two VMs realise they are part of an SCN setup.

| ACSS SME |

RE: IPO 9.1.6 with VM Pro Primary PC and Backup VM Pro PC

(OP)
Windows servers.

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