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Using a new remote probe as parent of group

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Hello! We have a customer who's probe device has died following a catastrophic hardware failure. As such their probe server is gone and we are looking at deploying. Before we rebuild their many many many subgroups, is there a way to attach a prtg group to a new probe device? It will have the same network rights etc so i am hoping this is possible

new-server probe remote-probe

Created on Mar 13, 2018 10:21:26 AM by  Samuel Ashdown (62) 1 1



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I worked this out :l Thanks for your preemptive help :)

Created on Mar 13, 2018 11:16:19 AM by  Samuel Ashdown (62) 1 1



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