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Hey guys,

I have an idea. I manage close to 40 Control boxes and 10 Operator boxes. Each time a new version comes out, its becoming quite time consuming to manually connect to each device and make sure the upgrade is downloaded and then run the upgrade.

Is it possible to, in Control and Operator:

1) Check that the newest version is downloaded?
2) Perform the upgrade via API?
3) Toggle the "Download new version automatically" to make sure it is always on?
4) Toggle the "Download beta versions" to make sure it is always off?
5) Push out SMTP relay settings via API so we can always make sure all of our devices can successfully send us emails?
5.5) Same with Operator, but I know the GUI is a bit different than Control for SMTP.

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Bump ... and add the ability to change the Samepage password in all of the devices. Smile I just had to manually connect to over 50 boxes to update the password thanks for Heatbleed.

Thanks guys!
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