Tag is an arbitrary name that can be assigned to an agent, router and a deployment. A tag can be
static, which means that a
tag was created by an agent or a router. Tags control which agents are to be selected for a specific deployment.
Both agent and deployment can have multiple tags assigned to them. All tags in a deployment must exist in an agent in order to be deployed to that agent. The agent can have more tags than a deployment.
A static tag can be removed, but if the agent is still active it will present the static tag to the system again, and the tag will be re-created in the system. If there are no agents reporting in static tags the static tag can be removed completely. A static tag is used as any other tag in the system; the only difference is that it was created by the agent itself.
Creating and assigning tags to agents is usually something that is done once.
Tags on routers are used for a specific routing rule decision called