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When you first created an account, Endpoint Protection organized your managed devices into a single console. A console is a collection of one or more endpoints running SecureAnywhere or other Webroot products. If you have a large network with hundreds of endpoints, you might want to create multiple consoles for simplified views of device groups. For example, you can create separate consoles for endpoints in remote offices or endpoints in separate departments.
|Note: Adding a console requires that you obtain a new keycode from Webroot. Keep in mind that our Endpoint Protection billing system is based on the number of seats you have, not on the number of keycodes. You do not need to purchase a new keycode, unless you have exceeded your maximum allowance of endpoint seats. Contact your Webroot sales representative for more information.|
This section describes how to add a console, rename a console, and switch between consoles.
Before you create a console, you must first obtain a new keycode and deploy SecureAnywhere to the endpoints with that keycode. When you create the console, it will automatically discover the endpoints that use the new keycode. If you need to migrate existing endpoints from one console to another, you must contact Webroot Business Support for assistance.