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Retail Platform Software for Windows User's Guide

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3-28 Chapter 3: Understanding the RSM LE Settings RSM Managed (Enabled or Disabled) RSM Server Discovery (Dynamic or Fixed) Connected RSM Server RSM Server (Primary) RSM Server (Secondary) Logical System Name Custom Tag OS Monitor (Enabled or Disabled) File Agent (Enabled or Disabled) Software Agent (Enabled or Disabled) Default Destination Directory Description Indicates whether this system is managed by an RSM SE Server. If this option is set to enabled, it is assumed that this RSM LE system will be managed by an RSM SE Server. Determines if a managed client gets the address of the managing server dynamically or whether you assign a fixed address for the SE Server. Displays the last RSM SE Server that the client communicated with, if managed. Refers to the field for setting the name or IP address of the server if RSM Server Discovery is Fixed. Refers to the field for setting the name or IP address of the secondary server in a dual server environment. Refers to the identifying name for this system that can be used to identify this system by a name other than its computer name at RSM Servers. For example, it may be desirable to use names like Lane 1 or Bakery to identify the location or usage of the system. Provides the functionality to group systems managed by RSM SE or RSM EE into various roles such as the functional area in the store, a region in the country, or any other grouping you wish. Indicates whether the monitoring of the operating system is Enabled or Disabled. This setting is a licensed feature, but it can be used without an RSM SE server. Indicates whether File Agent is Enabled or Disabled to support file distribution packages scheduled from RSM SE or RSM EE. Indicates whether Software Agent is Enabled or Disabled to support software execution in packages scheduled from RSM SE and RSM EE servers. Refers to the default destination directory used for packages that contain distributed files but no destination directory is defined in the package.

Chapter 3: Understanding the RSM LE 3-29 Licensing The licensing section displays the current licensing information. If RSM LE is managed by an RSM SE server, these are information fields and cannot be changed on this screen. If the RSM LE is unmanaged, you can add a license file through this section. The Licensing section displays the following licensing information: Current User—refers to the user who is currently logged on to this session of RSM LE. License File—refers to the name of the license file currently in use. License Expiration—refers to the expiration date for the license file. If the license has expired, only EUI functionality is available in RSM LE.

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