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Information

Description

 

The Information side menu contains general information regarding your computer, software, hardware, expiration warranty, etc...

 

Settings - Information

Settings - Information

 

Settings

 

General

 

The General section allows you to enter specific information regarding the computer, such as operating system, MAC address and hardware description.

 

Option

Description

Domain

Specify the your entry domain.

IP

Specify the IP address of the remote computer.

OS

Specify the remote computer Operating System. You can type another value if it's not listed.

Site

Indicate the physical site where the remote computer is located.

Rack

Indicate in which rack the device is located.

Software

List all software installed on the remote computer.

MAC

Contains the remote computer MAC address and enable the Wake On Lan functionality.

Architecture

Specify the processor architecture between 32-bit or 64-bit.

Blade

Indicate the remote computer blade location.

Details

Indicate the details where the device is located.

Is Hyper-V server

Indicate if the entry is a Hyper-V server and enable Hyper-V console in the footer.

Is virtual machine

Indicate if the entry is a virtual machine. You can specify the name as well.

Is Terminal Server

Indicate if the entry is a Terminal Server and enable Terminal console in the footer.

Is VMware server

Indicate if the entry is a VMware server and enable VMware console in the footer.

Is XenServer server

Indicate if the entry is a XenServer conole in the footer.

 

Hardware

 

The Hardware section allows you to specify the hardware information of the remote computer.

 

Option

Description

CPU

Indicate the remote computer CPU model.

Memory

Indicate the remote computer memory amount.

Monitors

Used to enumerate the list of monitors and the models.

Drives

Indicate the remote computer Drives.

Asset Tag

Indicate the remote computer asset tag.

Details

Indicate any other details related to the hardware. For example it could be a video card or hard disk size.

 

Contact

 

The Contact section allows you to enter some contact information for the given entry. It is very useful when managing a third party server and it is also possible to link the entry to an existing contact.

 

Notes

 

The Notes section allows you to enter any text related to the entry

 

Other

 

The Other section allows you to define custom properties and values that can then be access via variables in child connections or Macros/Scripts/Tools.

 

Custom field 1, 2 and 3 can be encrypted for enhanced security. When used with an Advanced Data Sources users must have reveal password capabilities to be able to decrypt and view the value. Tap on the button next to the custom field to protect the content.

 

Statistic

 

Statistic contains the information regarding whom and when the entry was created, as well as whom and when the last update where made to the entry.