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|05. Site Configuration Settings|
In this section, the user defines various site parameters:
Whenever changes are made, the Save Site Settings button should be pressed, which will save the settings back to the system. The Restart Application button will refresh all information within the Navigator Web server. If you are currently using the Windows user account that has been specified in IIS (Internet Information Server) for controlling the web site (this is usually the user account that was originally used to install NavigatorWeb), clicking on the Restart Application button will also restart the other services in the Spinoza Navigator suite. If not, a message indicating a manual restart will be required is issued.
Device Configuration section
In this section, the user can modify the devices known to the system. When a device already exists and must be modified, click on the device name – this will lead the user to the Device Configuration page. Devices can be removed from the system by selecting the Delete check box and then pressing the Delete Selected Items button. New devices can be defined by pressing the Add buttons, which lead to the Device Configuration page.
Note that if you are at the maximum number of devices defined by your license, the Add buttons will not appear. You can increase the number of devices allowed by visiting the Upgrade page on the Spinoza Navigator web site, at Purchase/Upgrade page.
In this section, the user can modify the Locations known to the system. Locations are a convenient way to group devices. Use of Locations is optional – there is always a location called All Locations. Locations can be used to control many devices via a single command, or to easily view the status of many devices at once. Note that a device can be contained in more than one location (in fact, if you define your own Locations, this will always be the case, since All Locations is always present).
The Locations list functions exactly the same as the Device list – click the Location name to modify the Location, use the Delete check box when you which to remove a Location, and use the Add button to create a new Location.