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Allowed hosts

Use allowed hosts to configure the maximum hosts a single user can register.

Field

Definition

Allowed Host Records

Number of registered hosts a single user may have. For example, if a user has three (3) hosts and the limit is set to two (2), only two of the hosts can be registered on the network. Either "Over Registered Limit" or "Registration Failed" is displayed when count has been exceeded.

This field can be modified for a single user on the user view. If Allowed Hosts is set under Add or Modify user, the default setting here is ignored.

Default = 1000

See Add or modify a user.

  1. Click System > Settings.
  2. Expand the User/Host Management folder.
  3. Select Allowed Hosts from the tree.
  4. Enter the maximum number of hosts a user can register.
  5. Click Save Settings.

Allowed hosts

Use allowed hosts to configure the maximum hosts a single user can register.

Field

Definition

Allowed Host Records

Number of registered hosts a single user may have. For example, if a user has three (3) hosts and the limit is set to two (2), only two of the hosts can be registered on the network. Either "Over Registered Limit" or "Registration Failed" is displayed when count has been exceeded.

This field can be modified for a single user on the user view. If Allowed Hosts is set under Add or Modify user, the default setting here is ignored.

Default = 1000

See Add or modify a user.

  1. Click System > Settings.
  2. Expand the User/Host Management folder.
  3. Select Allowed Hosts from the tree.
  4. Enter the maximum number of hosts a user can register.
  5. Click Save Settings.