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Settings

The Settings View provides access to global system configuration options, such as Aging properties to remove hosts and users from the database or email settings for emailing users and administrators.

The Settings View is navigated using the tree control on the left side. The top level of the hierarchy represents the general configuration area, such as Authentication or System Communication. These areas are used to group similar functions. When a top level option such as Authentication is selected, the panel on the right contains a list of links to options that can be configured. For example, if Authentication is selected, the links provided include: Google, LDAP and RADIUS, and Roaming Guests. These options are also displayed below Authentication in the tree.

Use the Flat View button above the tree to list all of the options in alphabetical order instead of grouped in folders. Use the + Expand All and - Collapse All buttons at the top of the tree to open and close all of the folders. Click on the + symbol next to a folder to open it. Click on the - symbol to close the folder. Click on an option to display the corresponding configuration panel on the right.

Settings

The Settings View provides access to global system configuration options, such as Aging properties to remove hosts and users from the database or email settings for emailing users and administrators.

The Settings View is navigated using the tree control on the left side. The top level of the hierarchy represents the general configuration area, such as Authentication or System Communication. These areas are used to group similar functions. When a top level option such as Authentication is selected, the panel on the right contains a list of links to options that can be configured. For example, if Authentication is selected, the links provided include: Google, LDAP and RADIUS, and Roaming Guests. These options are also displayed below Authentication in the tree.

Use the Flat View button above the tree to list all of the options in alphabetical order instead of grouped in folders. Use the + Expand All and - Collapse All buttons at the top of the tree to open and close all of the folders. Click on the + symbol next to a folder to open it. Click on the - symbol to close the folder. Click on an option to display the corresponding configuration panel on the right.