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CISCO SG500 Stack - reboot just one swtich in stack

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I have 3 Cisco SG500 Switches in a stack. I would like to reboot just one of them, i only see the option to reboot the stack in the GUI, is it possible to just reboot on of the switches in the stack?

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reload slot stack-member-number

To find the stack-member-number this is the command.

sh switch
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