Configuration ID

The configuration ID is a number that refers to a particular configuration file. Each new configuration file is assigned its respective ID which remains the same while saving or exporting the file.
To assign a new ID to configuration file, you can generate one by clicking the Generate new button, or overwrite it manually. The number is supposed to be written in the hexadecimal form with 8 figures at maximum.


Configuration ID in Mirror
Each configuration ID is assigned a value called “Timestamp” (can be viewed in the file update.ver). Client computers keep track of downloaded configuration (identified by an ID). Each modification of configuration changes the value “Timestamp” in the file update.ver. When downloading configuration, client computers check the value – if it differs, modification is applied and timestamp updated on client computers. If a configuration file is replaced by another, the latter is given an ID different from that assigned to the former.