Secure Global Desktop servers are machines running Oracle Secure Global Desktop (SGD) software. By adding at least one other server you create an array. An array can distribute load between its servers and therefore increase reliability. One server in the array is the primary server, which is responsible for replicating configuration data. Other servers in the array are called secondary servers.
Use the Secure Global Desktop Server Settings tab to set up an SGD server array, or to configure settings for a particular SGD server.
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