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Windows Explorer style interface allowing provisioning and configuration manangement. Faliliar to use operations such as copy, paste, rename, delete, export, import are applied tto configurations on a user or system basis. Create templates and quickly view summary configuration data.

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GUI Configuration Tool - Global - per system screen shots

Global - per system

The UTS installation folder contains a folder named scripts. This folder and its subfolders contain batch files (scripts) for user sessions. Pre-GUI versions of the UTS used subfolders with the User Name to associate the script with the user. Post-GUI versions have three subfolders in the script folder

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The Global – per system Active Configuration Summary provides the administrator with a quick view of most of the Global – per system configuration settings on the right side of the display. Some configuration values are stored in text files and they can be viewed by clicking on a button to open the text file

On the left side of the display are categories that organize the Active configuration settings into similar groups.

Active Configuration - Summary View

From the Active Configuration Summary view it is easy to determine which property page to use to edit the configuration setting. Each configuration setting resides within a frame with a label. For example: Automatic Logon is a label on the frame around the configuration settings associated with Automatic Logon. On the left side of the display is the property page icon with Automatic Logon as the name. Clicking on the property page Automatic Logon will display the properties associated with Automatic Logon on the right side of the display

Similarly, the Failure Detection/Recovery frame on the display on the right contains the configuration settings associated with Failure Detection/Recovery and on the left side of the display is the property page icon with Failure Detection/Recovery as the name. Click on the property page Failure Detection/Recovery will display the properties associated with Failure Detection/Recovery on the right side of the display

There are a few exceptions to this direct association due to screen space but will still be easy to find.

Active Configuration Summary View Explained

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Automatic Logon

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Security Summary

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Security - Telnet Encryption

 

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Security - Connection Restrictions

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Security - Connection Limits

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Security - FIPS 140-2 Control

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Failure Detection and Recovery

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Power Features - Summary

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Power Features - Printing

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Power Features - Team Services

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Power Features - Event Logging

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Emulations - Summary

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Emulations - Character Emulation

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Emulations - Default Domain

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Emulations - Negotiate Windows Size (NAWS)

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Emulations - Color Mappings

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Character Translation

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Emulations - Character Terminal Initialization

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Bell Control

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Protocols

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System Templates

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UTS System Template - Individual

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