On the Workflow Enterprise Management page in the Symantec Management Console, under the Environment tab you can add a new Workflow Environment. When you add a new Workflow Environment, you create a new logical grouping of Workflow Server computers. For example, you can add a Workflow Environment for testing purposes.
Workflow Environments are only organizational categories; they do not necessarily correspond to any hardware.
In the Symantec Management Console, click Manage > Workflows > Workflow Enterprise Management.
Click the Environments tab.
Click Add Environment.
In the Add Environment dialog box, configure the environment settings.
The environment settings are as follows:
The name of your environment.
Name your environment based on its function. For example, if you set up an environment for a testing team, you can call the environment Testing Team 1.
The classification of your environment. Classification refers to a logical grouping of environments. You can see all of the available classifications by clicking the Classification header at the bottom of the left pane.
You can filter environments when you click on a classification.
Publishing Approval Email
The email address of the administrator who approves permission to publish to a managed environment. The option is used when a user does not have the required permission to publish to a managed environment.
The background color of the page when you view your environment. Use colors as visual reminders of which environment you view. For example, use blue for all testing environments, and use red for your production environment.
Sets whether this environment is managed in the Workflow Enterprise Management page.
Is Auto Publishing Target
Sets whether this environment is an auto publishing target. When you publish a workflow, it is published to all auto publishing targets.
Send Outage Notification
If this option is checked, all the servers in the environment are periodically pinged to see if they are running. Anytime they do not respond, an email is sent out.
Email To - The email address to which you want to send the email.
Email From - The return email address.
SMTP Server - The SMTP server that handles the email.
Outage Notification Interval (min.) - How often in minutes the servers are checked.
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