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Topic Title: Disaster Recovery issue
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Created On: 01/12/2018 07:21 AM
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flowers
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Hi,

We just experienced a mini DR event where some network personnel modified router rules where we could not access some databases from our production AM server but we could from our DR server.

So, how can we disable all tasks in one step (meaning they are greyed out) so we can manually re-enable just a few which we want to run from DR server?

The slide switch in lower right corner is an all or none decision for all tasks. As the number of tasks on the box is very high it would be convenient to have something that could disable all tasks at once so we could selectively allow only a few to run.

Is there a file behind the scenes that could be modified with a simple scan-and-replace process?

Thanks,
Rich

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Edited: 01/12/2018 at 07:49 AM by flowers
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