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Restart Assistant in OpenScape 4000 Version 10 R1

Restart Assistant in OpenScape 4000 Version 10 R1

Restart Assistant in OpenScape 4000 Version 10 R1

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Does anyone know if/where you would reboot Assistant in the OpenScape 4000 V10 R1. So in V10 R0 it was under WEBMIN System Administration, Reboot/shutdown (attachment). But in V10 R1 you are referred to the portal. I know I don't want to reboot in the Portal because that will reboot the entire system. I only want to reboot Assistant. I know I can go to Expert Mode and SSH to Assistant then type in reboot there. Seems this is no longer an option in the menu in V10 R1.

RE: Restart Assistant in OpenScape 4000 Version 10 R1

It got moved to the Portal, under Maintenance, Components.

RE: Restart Assistant in OpenScape 4000 Version 10 R1

(OP)
Thank you very much Moriendi

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