Admin Console Archive Concepts

Any hub that has the automated_deployment_engine probe has archive functionality in Admin Console. You can download and deploy packages from any hub that has archive functionality.
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Any hub that has the automated_deployment_engine probe has archive functionality in Admin Console. You can download and deploy packages from any hub that has archive functionality.
If a hub has archive functionality, its 
Archive
 tab displays the local versions and the web versions of packages. The 
Local Version
 column of the 
Archive
 tab displays packages that are present on the file system of the selected hub, or the 
local archive
. Admin Console communicates with a central server, or 
web archive
, to obtain the list of packages displayed in the 
Web Version
 column. The web version of a package must be downloaded to the local archive prior to being deployed. However, you can deploy a package from a local archive to any robot in your infrastructure.
Certain packages, such as some of the packages in the UIM Server installation package, only appear in the 
Local Version
 column; web versions of these packages cannot be downloaded from the web archive.
Probes vs. Packages
All probes are packages, but not all packages are probes. Some packages, such as any of the UMP portlet packages, are simply bundles of software. 
From the perspective of the 
Archive
 tab, everything is a package. The 
Archive
 tab lists packages that are either on the file system of the selected hub (shown in the 
Local Version 
column), or downloadable from a central server (shown in the 
Web Version
 column).
After a package has been deployed to a robot, if the package is a probe, it is displayed in both the 
Probes
 tab and the 
Installed Packages
 tab. If the package is not a probe, it is only displayed in the 
Installed Packages
 tab.
After deployment, probes must be configured for your specific monitoring requirements.