Settings > Site
The Site Settings page shows license, culture, .NET, and web server information plus allows configuration of lookup data and event log settings.
The Site Settings Page
In the License Status section you can see specific information about your System Frontier license, to include:
- To whom System Frontier is licensed
- The type of license (Trial, Starter, Pro, Enterprise)
- Your email address
- User limit (the number of users that can use System Frontier)
- Node limit (the number of non-server objects)
- Tool limit (the number of custom tools that can be created and used)
- The license expiration date (date format will depend on locale)
Culture, .NET, and Web Server Information
Near the middle of the Site Settings page, are details about:
- the Culture Information, which shows the locale orientation of the installation
- the latest .NET version installed
- the name and IP address of the System Frontier Web server
Next is the Lookup Data section:
There are 4 aspects that can be configured under the Lookup Data section.
Categories can be configured for Custom Tools so that they may be grouped for ease of interaction. You can add new categories or edit an existing one.
Objects, such as servers or workstations, all have an Environment field, which helps in distinguishing the usage for any particular object. Like in the Categories page, you can add or edit the Environments used for objects in your installation.
Computer objects can have different statuses applied to them based on your definitions. Examples include statuses of Active, Inactive, Decommissioned, or Maintenance. You can use the same status names currently used in your organization, if desired.
In the same manner as the Categories and Environments page formats, you can add or edit statuses on this Status page.
4. Management Service
Though it’s actually a part of the post-installation steps for System Frontier, you can view and configure your management server information here as well. The port of 48500 cannot be changed. If your System Frontier installation version supports multiple management servers, you will be able to add them here.
If there are a lot of Event Logs being returned during a query, it can hinder your UI performance. In the Event Logs section of the Site settings, you can limit the number of Event Logs returned as well as restrict the Event Log results to a more recent date range.
The objective is to improve the user interface performance. Returning Event Log entries from a computer with a very large Event Log can impact your experience since it can take up resources to pull that information. Confining the number of results to a narrower range will also help if that is something under your consideration.
Be sure to read the User Guide for more information.