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Barracuda Managed Workplace

Creating Automation Packages

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You can bundle scripts together in a package to create tasks that run more than one script. The scripts in a package run one after the other, in the order that you arrange them. You can also set up parent/child relationships between scripts, in which the child script runs conditionally on the result from the parent script. For example, you can set up a condition that if the parent script fails, the child script will execute.

Barracuda Managed Workplace includes many automation packages that you can modify and use as needed, or you can create your own. When you create or modify a script package, you can enter script parameter values, set up package termination conditions, and set up notification flags for generating alerts based on individual script results. These settings are then used when you schedule the script package as an automated task.

You can do the following:

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