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Might be a daft question - splitting out systems manager

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Might be a daft question - splitting out systems manager

Hi there Guys and Girls

 

This may be a silly question but if I have a system manager within a network, does anyone know how I can remove this and put it in its own network ?

 

Thanks

 

-Gary

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Re: Might be a daft question - splitting out systems manager

Go:

Organization/Overview

Click the "arrow" network to the networks tab to make it use most of the screen.  Select the network and then go "Split".  You can then re-combine the bits you want back together.

 

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Re: Might be a daft question - splitting out systems manager

We have our systems manager stuff in its own dedicated network.  

Adam R MS | CISSP, CISM, VCP, MCITP, CCNP, ITILv3, CMNO
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Kind of a big deal

Re: Might be a daft question - splitting out systems manager

Go:

Organization/Overview

Click the "arrow" network to the networks tab to make it use most of the screen.  Select the network and then go "Split".  You can then re-combine the bits you want back together.

 

Screenshot from 2018-06-14 19-51-06.png

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Re: Might be a daft question - splitting out systems manager

Thanks, that worked, all be it, a little long-winded 🙂
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Re: Might be a daft question - splitting out systems manager

Adam, thats what I had and combined it into another one in error and then could not see how to split it again 🙂
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