When a plugin is installed, it is put into a folder called
plugins within the installation area of a Workbench. For a single Workbench, one would typically use the graphical Workbench Plugin Manager for installing plugins and modules. However, when administering a large number of Workbenches, it can be more efficient to:
- Install the desired plugins and modules on a single Workbench using the Workbench Plugin Manager.
- Copy the
pluginsfolder and its contents from that Workbench's installation area to the same relative location on other machines running the same Workbench version.
Tools delivered as part of a module, i.e. a commercial Workbench plugin, require a module license to be available. Please see Licenses for more on licensing.