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 Once you have completed building the Command Queue you can then edit it as required by moving the command object by using drag and drop, or deleting command object within the queue by clicking on the {{command_queue:​cross.png}} symbol. Once you have completed building the Command Queue you can then edit it as required by moving the command object by using drag and drop, or deleting command object within the queue by clicking on the {{command_queue:​cross.png}} symbol.
  
-By default all commands will be run concurrently once sent to the device. However, there are circumstances in which you will need to run commands in a serial manner, with one command following when the previous has finished. This can be done using the Link capability within ​proVconnect’s Command Queue. Notice the Link icon {{command_queue:​chained.png}} and an example of linked commands within the image on the left.+By default all commands will be run concurrently once sent to the device. However, there are circumstances in which you will need to run commands in a serial manner, with one command following when the previous has finished. This can be done using the Link capability within ​Xcalibur W’s Command Queue. Notice the Link icon {{command_queue:​chained.png}} and an example of linked commands within the image on the left.
  
-You can then save the Command Queue as a Task Template by clicking the Save icon located on the top orange bar ({{command_queue:​save.png}}). When clicked **proVconnect** will present you with a dialog requesting the name of the Task Template. Once you provide an appropriate name and click the Save Template button the Command Queue will be saved in the Library’s Tasks section.+You can then save the Command Queue as a Task Template by clicking the Save icon located on the top orange bar ({{command_queue:​save.png}}). When clicked **Xcalibur W** will present you with a dialog requesting the name of the Task Template. Once you provide an appropriate name and click the Save Template button the Command Queue will be saved in the Library’s Tasks section.
  
 If you wish to publish the Command Queue as a task to devices you can click the Publish button and choose to make it an immediate task or a repetitive task. If you wish to publish the Command Queue as a task to devices you can click the Publish button and choose to make it an immediate task or a repetitive task.
  
  
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