Manage all your databases at once

Here's an easy way to manage all the databases on your server at once, regardless of the directory in which they are located.

If you need to manage all the databases on your server at once, regardless of the directory in which they are located, use the All view.

For example, if you need to make an ACL change to all the databases, or create replicas of all the databases for clustering, switch from the standard "Tree" view to the All view via the button next to the Tools menu in the Administrator client.

This will list all the databases on the server without the directory, which lets you select all the databases at once and issue the required commands.

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