Through self-service and automation, administrators can lower costs and efficiently manage their infrastructure from anywhere using Virtual Automation (PVA). Click below for frequently asked questions, documentation and other helpful tools to get the answers you need.
Windows or Linux-based or bare metal computer serving as Master Server:
Windows or Linux-based computer server as Client Server:
Windows-based computer acting as Master Server:
Linux-based computer acting as Master Server:
Physical server without virtualization technology running 32-bit, x86-64-bit versions of:
Virtual Automation manages Virtuozo, Virtuozzo Containers (Windows and Linux) and Server Bare Metal (standard and advanced editions).
When using Virtual Automation, the administrator may also take advantage of the Virtuozzo Containers templates & associated online template library. The template libraries are located here: http://kb.odin.com/115548
Please go to http://kb.odin.com/113101 to learn how to change the default language.
To learn how to set the preferred IP address for Virtual Automation agent, please review the latest KB article at: http://kb.odin.com/112904
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