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Using the Policy Server map
Administrator Help | Forcepoint Web Security and Forcepoint URL Filtering | v8.5.x
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In multiple Policy Server deployments, the Policy Server Map tab of the Status > Deployment page gives a graphical representation of all of your Policy Server instances.
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A legend underneath the map explains the icons.
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Configuration changes can be written to a standalone or primary Policy Broker, but replica Policy Broker instances are read-only.
Under the map, a table lists the IP address, description, Policy Broker IP address, key type, version, and current status of each Policy Server instance.
Click a Policy Server icon in the map or IP address in the table to see a list of the components (like Filtering Service, Log Server, and User Service) associated with the selected Policy Server instance. Note that in some cases, a single component name (like Real-Time Monitor) is used to represent multiple, interdependent services (like RTM Client, RTM Server, and RTM Database).
For each component, the list displays its name, IP address or hostname, version, and status.
The status column displays one of the following icons:
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For administrators with permissions to start and stop component services or demons, the table also includes a start or stop link.
In some cases, a single entry in the list may represent multiple services. In these cases, all of the services that make up the component are started or stopped when the link is clicked.
An additional link offers the option to show all health alerts associated with the selected Policy Server within the Components pop-up window.

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