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How many Hosts should a property contain

courtneya707225
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I have migrated properties from DTM to Launch, and when doing so, I always have a host for each environment. When I create a new property and have it hosted by Adobe, do I also need to create a host for each environment?

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benAllen
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@courtneya707225, you should be able to use the same host for multiple environments. I have three embed codes for most of my Launch properties and I use a single host that I set up for all three of those environments. One host can work for multiple properties as Launch doesn't force you into having a 1:1 relationship between host and properties. You can have one host for five different environments or you can use different hosts for each of your environments. 

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benAllen
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@courtneya707225, you should be able to use the same host for multiple environments. I have three embed codes for most of my Launch properties and I use a single host that I set up for all three of those environments. One host can work for multiple properties as Launch doesn't force you into having a 1:1 relationship between host and properties. You can have one host for five different environments or you can use different hosts for each of your environments. 

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Haran_Huang
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No need.
Generally, one property uses one host, and all the environments in it use the same one.

jantzen_belliston-Adobe
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