Hi Francesco, this sounds perfectly logical. When the switches are stacked, it is 1 logical unit. If you run a script for a specific unit, it won't work nor update when the unit is turned on since as far as the master is concerned it would be an isolated node.
So the short answer is no, there is not a way to make it automatically propogate when the switch comes up.
But it begs the question, why are switches in the stack shut down while you're doing a configuration maintance? It does not seem logical.
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