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    emery.rudolph commented  · 

    Thank you for the information regarding the Parent select function. I was unaware even after all these years!

    This brings me to the other item, which is actually the more desirable feature - the ability to perform individual profile selects using the CTRL key. I have many parent folders which hold members of multiple clusters. If I want to perform a task on cluster01, then I would like to be able to select only those systems that comprise that cluster. Although I could create a sub-folder called cluster01, it becomes very messy for me because I am using virtualized systems (Solaris LDOMS), so I would much rather select the individual systems than open a parent folder. This also comes into play when I need to select specific systems like the first nameserver in the primary and DR environments. These do not logically fall under their own folder, but rather in the nameserver folders.

    I hope this make sense. If not - I'll check back to field any questions. :-)

    Thanks for all of your hard work in making an absolutely outstanding product!

    emery.rudolph commented  · 

    Thanks for the information. It's funny how you can use something so long and not notice certain features!

    And while this functionality is wonderful, it is only half of what I would like to see. I can select an entire parent profile and open all the children, but most time I just want a subset of those children.

    For instance, most of my profiles have PROD, QAT, DEV and then subsections for the specific project or application. If I have 8 PeopleSoft PROD app servers under one parent and I want to open 4, I currently cannot.

    If I could hold the Control key down and manually select the nodes that I want to open simultaneously, that would be outstanding!!!!!!

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