|Article:HOWTO62640|||||Created: 2011-12-14|||||Updated: 2011-12-17|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO62640|
To share or receive common configuration settings and data with multiple Notification Server computers, you must first add the Notification Server computer to a hierarchy. Because Notification Server computers can be managed locally, each Notification Server computer must be added or removed from a hierarchy individually with the appropriate access credentials. Typically, the Symantec Administrator managing the topology design accesses the Notification Server computers in other sites remotely to add them to a hierarchy.
See About hierarchy.
The requirements for configuring hierarchy are as follows:
A site must exist for each Notification Server computer, and must include the subnet that contains Notification Server. The site must also contain a package server (a site server that is running the package service) that serves the Notification Server computer.
See About site services.
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