Chat now with support
Chat with Support

Active Administrator 8.4 - Web Console User Guide

Active Administrator Web Console Overview Active Directory Health Alerts Notifications Active Directory Health Check
Using the Health Check landing page Creating a Health Check Setting options for Health Check tests Health check tests
Forest tests Domain tests Domain controller tests Site tests
Active Directory Topology Reports Network Operations Center

Viewing domain controllers

The Domain Controllers tab displays information about the domain controllers on which the Active Directory Health Analyzer agent is installed. See Installing Active Directory Health Analyzer agents in the Quest® Active Administrator® User Guide.

2
Click NOC View | Domain Controllers.

Domain

Name of the domain in which the domain controller resides

Site

Name of the site in which the domain controller resides

Forest

Name of the forest in which the domain resides

OS version

Version of the operating system

System up time

Duration of time the domain controller has been running

Read only DC

Indicates if the domain controller is a read-only domain controller (RODC)

Global catalog

Indicates if the domain controller is a global catalog server

Monitored by

Name of the computer with the agent that is monitoring the selected domain controller

Available RIDs

Number of available relative IDs (RIDs) in the domain

SysVol Shared

Indicates if the SysVol folder is shared

NetLogon Shared

Indicates if the NetLogon share is enabled

Managing diagrams

You can create new topology diagrams, and edit or delete existing diagrams. You can specify the number of diagrams that display and the size of the diagram. You also can specify a rate of rotation among all the diagrams in the selected profile. See Adding a new profile. Once the diagram is created, you can edit the layout to further customize the diagram. See Customizing the topology layout.

Topics:

Adding a new diagram

Once the diagram is created, you can edit the layout to further customize the diagram. See Customizing the topology layout.

2
Click NOC View | Topology.
4
Click Change Diagrams.
5
Click New.
9
Select the nodes to include in the diagram. Use Select All or Clear All to help with the selection.
10
Click Apply to save the diagram to the list of diagrams. You can continue to create or edit diagrams.
11
Click Save to save the changes to the Active Administrator server.

Editing a diagram

You can change the diagram name, select nodes and groups, and disable/enable the display of links. To edit the layout of the diagram, see Customizing the topology layout. To edit the diagram settings, see Editing profile settings.

2
Click NOC View | Topology.
4
Click Change Diagrams.
7
Click Save.
Related Documents