Is there a way to start multiple MainView Explorer configurations from the stand-alone package?

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    Is there a way to start multiple MainView Explorer configurations from the stand-alone package via the batch script?



    You could launch multiple configurations with the stand-alone parameters (batch script) by separating the configurations using commas, for example:



    Here is an example of the batch script: 
    @echo off rem Substitute your host and port in the command below. rem If host is TLS (SSL) set expref=s, otherwise expref=n (or remove expref) rem Example (TLS host): rem bin\javaw -Xmx1024m -Dsun.java2d.uiScale=1 -m com.bmc.mve sysa 3940 expref=s rem rem (If you wish to show the console messages window, change "javaw" to "java".) rem rem Other optional parameters you may add: rem autologon=y - to bypass the logon dialog using stored credentials rem config=xxx - to launch opening an initial configuration rem exportpath=xxx - to export data and configurations to a specified directory rem rem -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- rem Rename this file to 'runmve.bat' and double-click on it to launch MVE rem rem Note: You can also create a desktop shortcut with this command in the Target rem (for simple instructions on how to create a shortcut see "createShortcut.txt"). rem rem -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- rem bin\java -Xmx1024m -Dsun.java2d.uiScale=1 -m com.bmc.mve hostname portnumber expref=n autologon=y config=mvzos,mvcics,mvdb2 launch=no  - hostname is the host name for the MVE host server - portnumber is the port number for the MVE host server- config=mvzos,mvcics,mvdb2 these are the MVE configuration name


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