Admin Module: Settings

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For changing of the Host Module's settings the Settings dialog box is used.

It contains 2 tabs: "Security Settings" and "Interface Options".

 

Security Settings tab.

 

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Fig.5. Settings dialog box: Security Settings tab.

 

Option 1 (fig.5) serves for specifying whether the Admin Module will be requesting the Master Key each time after Module starts.

In order to change the Master Key you should press the corresponding button in this dialog and then enter new Master Key.

 

If the Option 2 is turned on, the Connection dialog will be offering to save the Access Password while connecting to each new remote PC. Otherwise the saving of the Access Passwords will  never be offered.

 

Use the 'Reset to defaults' button for resetting all security settings to theirs default state

 

Interface Options tab.

 

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Fig.6. Settings dialog box: Interface Options tab.

 

Autosave settings

 

When the option 3 (fig. 6) is turned on, the settings of each Remote Screen Window (position, size and display mode) will be always stored in the address book file, and these settings will be restored each time after the program is launched.

 

When the option 4 is turned on, the color palette of each Remote Screen Window will be always stored in a address book file, and will be restored after the program is launched.

 

When the option 5 is checked, the position of the Control Window will be always stored in a configuration file and will be restored after the program is launched.

 

Tray icon options

 

Turn on option 6 if you want to hide Admin Module to the system tray when the Control Window is being minimized (after the minimizing all Admin Module's windows will hide).

 

Option 7 is used for specifying whether the tray icon will always be visible.

 

Use the 'Reset to defaults' button for resetting all interface options to theirs default state.


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