Editing site properties
Site properties include the following:
Site name and site description
Specifying the time period for when the console times out
Whether or not to delete the clients that have not connected after some period of time
Whether or not application learning is turned on for the site
Maximum log sizes that are maintained at the site
You can edit local or remote site properties from the console.
To edit site properties
In the console, click Admin.
In the Admin page, under Tasks, click Servers.
In the Admin page, under View, expand Local Site (site name) or expand Remote Sites.
Select the site whose properties you want to edit.
In the Admin page, under Tasks, click Edit Site Properties.
In the Site Properties dialog box on the General tab, edit the description for the site in the Description box.
You can use up to 1024 characters.
In the Site Properties dialog box on the General tab, select a value from 5 minutes to Never from the Console Timeout list.
The default is one (1) hour. The administrator is automatically logged off the console when the Console Timeout period is reached.
In the Site Properties dialog box on the General tab, check Delete clients that have not connected for x days.
You can delete the users that have not connected for a specified number of days (from 1 to 99999). The default setting is enabled for a period of thirty (30) days.
In the Site Properties dialog box on the General tab, check Keep track of every application that the clients run.
Learned applications help administrators track a client’s network access and the use of applications by recording all applications that are started on each client. You can enable or disable the learning of applications for a specific site. If this option is not enabled, then tracking of applications does not occur for that site. Tracking of applications also no longer occurs even if it is enabled for those clients that connect to the designated site. This option functions like a master switch.
In the Site Properties dialog box on the General tab, select a reporting server from the Select a server to send notifications and run scheduled reports list.
This option is only relevant if you use a Microsoft SQL database that is connected to multiple databases.