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Importing and exporting configuration scripts allows you to modify in whole or in part the configuration script used on your unit.
Configuration scripts are files containing textual commands that are sent over the network to a Mediatrix unit. Upon receiving the file, the unit executes each command line in sequence. Script commands can assign values to configuration variables, or execute configuration commands.
A configuration script can be used on any firmware version, regardless of the firmware version it was exported from. It is possible to import a complete configuration script, a subset of the configuration script or even a few lines of a configuration script.
Importing a configuration script can be useful to:
Scripts are written by the system administrator and can be used to accomplish various tasks, such as automating recurrent configuration tasks or batch-applying configuration settings to multiple devices. Scripts can be executed once or periodically at a specified interval. They can also be scheduled to be executed when the Mediatrix unit starts.
The privacy key must match the privacy key used to encrypt the file.
Media5 corp strongly recommends to use encryption to protect certificates and passwords.
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