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% CAP description for Application --> Execute External Command --> Local
\begin{itemize}
-\item Use this parameter to define whether the command should be run locally (on the client machine, the same machin as \app{} is installed on) or remotely (on the machine where the \gdagent{} is installed, and the \gdaut{} is running.).
+\item Use this parameter to define whether the command should be run locally (on the same machine as the \ite{}, the same machine as \app{} is installed on) or remotely (on the machine where the \gdagent{} is installed, and the \gdaut{} is running.).
\item Set this parameter to true to run the command locally.
-\item Set this parameter to \app{}efbooleanfalse to run the command remotely.
-\bxtipp{If you are running your \gdaut{} on the same machine as the \app{} client, there is no difference between running the command locally or remotely.}
+\item Set this parameter to \gdrefbooleanfalse to run the command remotely.
+\bxtipp{If you are running your \gdaut{} on the same machine as the \ite{}, there is no difference between running the command locally or remotely.}
\item For information on using relative paths to the location of the commands on local and remote machines, see the section in this document \bxpref{relativepath}.
\end{itemize}

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