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  • Scheduling Area - Remote Shutdown
    Day View button located on the status bar should be used to switch the Scheduling area to the Day View If the Day View is already chosen this button is highlighted The Day View offers the most detailed picture of tasks during a single day or a couple of days It displays tasks within vertical timelines where the task s topmost edge corresponds to its start time The time ruler is displayed to the left of the Day View If the day chosen in the Date Navigator pane is a part of a working week the working hours are highlighted on the timeline The timeline header is highlighted if the chosen day is the current date The current time is marked with a stroke on the time ruler Pic 3 The Scheduling area in the Day View Scroll buttons displayed at the top or bottom of the time ruler indicate if additional tasks exist in any non visible area of the Day View Those buttons can be clicked to scroll to the next previous tasks If there are no tasks available on the current timeline the Next Task and Previous Task buttons displayed on the timeline are used for navigation Work Week View The Work Week View button located on the status bar should be used to switch the Scheduling area to the Work Week View If the Work Week View is already chosen this button is highlighted The Work Week View is similar to the Day View and shows the days chosen as working days in the Calendar Options The Calendar Options enables you to specify both the working days and the working hours hence you can configure this view to fully fit your working schedule Pic 4 The Scheduling area in the Work Week View This view is specially designed for users who want to work with Remote Shutdown and see the same level of detail as for the Day View for the whole work week Week View The Week View button located on the status bar should be used to switch the Scheduling area to the Week View If the Week View is already chosen this button is highlighted The Week View displays tasks for any given weekly period The start time is displayed using digits and the current date is indicated by highlighting the corresponding date header Pic 5 The Scheduling area in the Week View If there are any existing tasks that do not fit into the screen area the down arrow button is displayed Clicking this button switches the representation to the corresponding date in the Day View Month View The Month View button located on the status bar should be used to switch the Scheduling area to the Month View If the Month View is already chosen this button is highlighted The Month View is designed to allow you to browse and analyze long term plans This view positions days one after another horizontally so that they constitute weeks while individual weeks are

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/remote-shutdown/doc/scheduling-area (2016-05-01)
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  • Date Navigator - Remote Shutdown
    Alternate Credentials Application Preferences Graphical User Interface features Evaluation of the Product Main Application Actions Application Log Task Management Live Update Product manual Date Navigator The Date Navigator pane is displayed in the right of the Scheduling area It should be used to select the dates to be displayed within the Scheduling area The view type used for the Scheduling area is automatically adjusted to accommodate to the dates selected in the Date Navigator pane Pic 1 The Date Navigator pane The Date Navigator can be configured to help you find scheduled tasks and perform weekly planning It is possible to drag a task from the Scheduling area and drop it on any date in the Date Navigator to schedule that task or its copy on that date You can configure the view to display the dates with tasks in bold font and turn on the week numbering on the Calendar Options preference page Contact Us Privacy Policy Terms of Use Copyright 2001 2016 EMCO Software MSI Package Builder Remote Installer Remote Shutdown Network Inventory Ping Monitor WakeOnLan Network Malware Cleaner Permissions Audit Network File Search Remote Installer Ping Monitor WakeOnLan Network Software Scanner Remote Console MAC Address Scanner Malware

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/remote-shutdown/doc/date-navigator (2016-05-01)
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  • Machine Queue - Remote Shutdown
    can add Machines to the task s Machine Queue and remove them anytime you want You can drag Machines from the Network Browser and Custom Grouping panes and drop them on the Machine Queue pane the Machines dropped are added to the task s Machine Queue The Machine Queue pane allows you to review the Machines that will be involved in particular tasks and manipulate their scope quickly and easily while navigating between the tasks Pic 1 Machine Queue pane You can change the grouping settings that by default group the Machines from this view by the Group they are located in Do not hesitate to change the visible columns and the grouping principles the way you want By the way you can always reset the application view s layout to the default settings using the Reset Layout command from the Ribbon bar Add Manually The Add Machine s button from the Machine Queue pane toolbar should be used to add Machines to the scope of Machines involved in the selected task Remove The Remove Machine s button located on the toolbar of the Machine Queue pane can be used to remove the selected Machines from the selected task s Machine Queue To add Machines to the task s Machine Queue press the Add Machine s button on the toolbar of the Machine Queue pane If you want to remove some Machines from the Machine Queue you can use the Remove Machine s button It is also possible to add Machines to the task s Machine Queue editor remove selected Machines from the task s Machine Queue expand and collapse grouping rows by using the pop up menu of the Machine Queue pane Pic 2 The Machine Queue pane pop up menu See the Machine Queue Management section for details

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/remote-shutdown/doc/machine-queue (2016-05-01)
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  • Task Details Pane - Remote Shutdown
    is similar to that of the Windows Explorer information pane When an item is selected detailed information on it is displayed including its name comment type and execution statistics Pic 1 The Task Details pane The Task Details pane is very useful if you want to review brief statistics on the task execution such as the results of the last execution the number of runs etc Thus you can navigate

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/remote-shutdown/doc/task-details-pane (2016-05-01)
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  • Program Interface Overview - Ping Monitor
    into the following parts the Details view the Hosts view the Hosts Browser view the Reports view the Connectivity Events view the Application Log view and the Ribbon bar Pic 1 The main program window The Details view is used to display the detailed information on the selected hosts and their performance and availability characteristics The Hosts view is intended to provide you with the connection statuses for all monitored hosts and their performance and availability characteristics The Hosts Browser view displays the hosts and groups of hosts in the hierarchical structure and is primarily designed for performing hosts management The Reports view is designed to display and manage preconfigured monitors performance and availability reports to be generated either on demand or on a regular basis The Connectivity Events view provides access to the important connectivity status events for all monitored hosts And the Application Log view shows those events not connected to hosts availability and monitoring activity such as messages from supplementary operations reports generation problems etc What s inside Details View Hosts View Hosts Browser View Reports View Connectivity Events View Application Log View Graphical User Interface features Contact Us Privacy Policy Terms of Use Copyright 2001 2016

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/ping-monitor/doc/program-interface-overview (2016-05-01)
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  • Hosts Management - Ping Monitor
    All hosts can be grouped via host groups A group for instance allows you to add a single unit as a report member adding a group reference and change a set of hosts included into the report by simply changing a set of group members Also the group allows you to define custom settings to be applied for all hosts in it during the monitoring unless the settings are overridden on a host itself See the Overriding Common Settings section of this document for details The host is used as a master object for all data gathered by the program It means that the gathered data is connected to a host that allows to maintain the host monitoring statistics and create statistical reports for specific date intervals The most part of the monitoring data for the host is stored until deleted by the user or until the host is deleted The historical data can also be deleted automatically when treated as outdated this option is available for configuration in the program preferences All the hosts are displayed in the Hosts and the Hosts Browser views The first one is primarily designed for reviewing the hosts states and monitoring data and the second one for performing hosts management although you can use them on your wish The main difference of the views is that the Hosts Browser one is hierarchical and display the hosts with the groups they are located in so it should be easier to review the grouping and perform regroup operations In this chapter we will take a closer look on the process of defining the hosts and groups of hosts configuring them for monitoring changing hosts configuration deleting hosts or groups and at the process of hosts import and export What s inside Defining Hosts and Groups

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/ping-monitor/doc/hosts-management (2016-05-01)
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  • Monitoring Connectivity - Ping Monitor
    monitoring data is gathered by the program to allow you review the overall monitoring statistics for each host and build performance and availability reports for required periods of time The mentioned reports are covered in details in the Reporting section of this document The monitoring process for each host can either be inactive running or paused Those states can be either controlled manually or by the program regarding the automation and monitoring intervals options defined in the program preferences and per host While the monitoring process is paused the ping packets are not sent to the remote hosts and the ping statistics stays the same until the monitoring process is resumed The host can be in one of three states those are Online Offline and Unknown These states are based on a monitoring status If the monitoring status is Connection Established or Connection Restored than the host is treated as online if the monitoring status is Connection Not Established or Connection Lost than the host is treated as offline for other statuses the state is unknown Ping Monitor can notify you when the host goes online or offline via e mail balloon or sounds These ways of notifications are enabled on the Notifications preference page You can choose which notification is enabled for each trigger Also any kind of actions can be performed on these triggers with an ability to specify the delay for each action The main characteristic of the monitored host is its uptime the percentage of the monitoring time the host was online The time period when the host is offline is called an outage Each outage is detected regarding the condition defined in the monitoring settings This and other information on the host availability and performance is available in the data gathered during the monitoring process

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/ping-monitor/doc/monitoring-connectivity (2016-05-01)
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  • Reporting - Ping Monitor
    can be sent to you via e mail and stored either locally or on an FTP server You can generate a generic report for any period of time any time you want Also it is possible to save preconfigured reports to be generated either on demand or automatically on a regular basis There are two different types of reports those are the Summary and the Detailed ones The summary reports provide you with a brief information on monitors availability and performance in a form of a table where each row represents a single host from the report members The detailed report contains a wider range of data and consists of multiple sections where each section stands for a single host Within a section you can find the monitoring activity response time and availability characteristics The cumulative characteristics are amplified with the graphical representation of the characteristics dynamic in time for the report period The presentation and the actual set of displayed characteristics depends on the report output settings In the following chapters we will provide you with the detailed description of the reports configuration process What s inside Generic Reports Preconfigured Reports Report Members Report Outputs Importing and Exporting Preconfigured

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/ping-monitor/doc/reporting (2016-05-01)
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