You can create routing rules based on host name, FQDN, and domain. The jobs that are found with the matching expressions are sent to the CCS Manager or site that you specify in the rule.
The following table lists the operators that you can use to create the rule:
Table: Operators and descriptions
Matches all the words in the search string.
Starts with the specified search string.
Ends with the specified search string.
Matches a search string, which includes regular expressions.
Contains the search string, which can be a word, word fragment, or a phrase.
For example, if you use the word 'Critical' in the search string, the Contains operator searches for the words critical, srvcritical, and so on. The operator searches for these terms regardless of where they appear in a sentence.
Consider this example, you want to perform a CCS job on the servers whose host name begins with CriticalSrv and on the servers that are in the Medical domain.
You can define routing rules based on expressions as follows:
Route jobs for the assets whose host name begins with CriticalSrv to CCS Manager 1.
Route jobs for the assets that are in the Medical domain to Site A.