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An enabled component group, at the enterprise level and server level, is one of the necessary conditions for execution of server component tasks belonging to that component group. For a checklist of other conditions, see Checking Your Enterprise and Siebel Server Configurations. Component groups are enabled and disabled independently at the enterprise and server level.
To enable or disable a component group at the enterprise or server level, it must first be assigned to one or more Siebel Servers. For further information on assigned and unassigned component groups, see About Assigned and Unassigned Component Groups.
Disable component groups on a particular server if the component group is not planned for immediate deployment but may be deployed in the future. If the component group is not planned for deployment, remove it from a Siebel Server by unassigning the component group, see About Assigned and Unassigned Component Groups for further information.
NOTE: To reduce unnecessary consumption of resources on a given Siebel Server, it is suggested to unassign or disable component groups that are not intended to operate on that Siebel Server. Also, any component groups that are not specifically intended for a Siebel Server should not be enabled initially on that Siebel Server.
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