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You can specify a server that hosts the Application Catalog website point by its Net BIOS name or FQDN, specify automatic detection, or specify a URL for customized deployments.In most cases, automatic detection is the best choice because it offers the following benefits: Automatic detection does not guarantee that clients will be given an Application Catalog website point that is closest to them.When the client is detected to be on the Internet, only the Internet FQDN is given to the client.The client makes this service location request every 25 hours or whenever it detects a network change.
Click Schedule to create the default schedule that will be displayed to users when they deploy a configuration baseline.How automatic detection works: The client makes a service location request to a management point.If there is an Application Catalog website point in the same site as the client, this server is given to the client as the Application Catalog server to use.You might decide not to use Automatically detect for the following reasons: If you specify the Application Catalog website point rather than use automatic detection, specify the Net BIOS name rather than the intranet FQDN to help reduce the likelihood that users will be prompted for credentials when they connect to the Application Catalog on the intranet.
To use the Net BIOS name, the following conditions must apply: Typically, users are prompted for credentials when the URL contains an FQDN but not when the URL is a Net BIOS name.
Because the Application Catalog receives the list of available software for users from the site server, this setting does not have to be configured as True or Yes for users to see and request applications from the Application Catalog.