Device types #

The device types overview gives you a quick overview of the different device types in your environment. You can see the number of devices per model and manufacturer.

Operating systems #

The operating systems overview gives you a quick overview of the different operating systems in your environment. You can see the number of nodes per operating system.

Configurations #

The Configurations overview gives you a quick overview of the different configurations in your environment. You can see the number of nodes assigned to the configuration.

Runtimes (daily) #

This is a quick overview of the different average runtimes per configuration per day.

Runtimes (monthly) #

This is a quick overview of the different average runtimes per configuration per month.

API Endpoint #

This is the API endpoint that you have to use to connect your nodes to the configuration management module on port 443.

Node Status #

This is a quick overview of the different node statuses in your environment. You can see the number of nodes per status (Compliant, Non-Compliant, Running).

Below you see an example of dynamic links in the console. They are shortcuts inside the data tables to the corresponding areas – in this case to Configurations and Policies. With these, you can navigate easily to the area to continue the working process.

Module statistics #

The widgets on the right show the following data:

  • number of connected nodes
  • number of created DSC configurations
  • number of integrated DSC modules
  • number of created LCM policies

Wizards #

The wizards are the main entry points to the Configuration Management module. They guide you through the process of creating and uploading a DSC configuration.

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