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The Machine Info page contains the following operating system and hardware-related information for the selected server.
The local machine’s time zone.
The amount of time the unitary computer system is offset from Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
The left pane contains the following operating system details:
The operating system running on the machine.
The operating system version running on the machine.
The date and time when the operating system was installed on the machine.
The date and time when the machine was last restarted.
The language version of the operating system installed.
The unique identifying number (SKU) assigned to the machine.
The version number of the latest Service Pack installed on the system.
The Windows directory of the operating system.
The right pane contains the following computer system information:
The full name assigned to the computer.
The name of the local computer according to the domain name server (DNS).
The domain to which the agented server belongs.
The role assigned to the computer within a domain workgroup. Possible values include:
The manufacturer’s model number for the computer.
A list of the roles assigned to the system.
The type of system running on the Windows-based computer.
The total amount of memory installed on the machine.
The Processors page contains the following information about the processors on the selected server.
The size (or width) of the address bus, which indicates the maximum amount of RAM a processor can address. Possible values include:
The processor architecture used by the platform. Possible values include:
A short description (one line string) for the object.
The size (or width) of the external data bus, which defines the rate at which data can be moved into or out of the processor. Possible values include:
The external clock frequency, in MHz.
The processor family type.
The amount of cache memory available for the Level 2 processor cache.
The clock speed, in MHz, of the Level 2 processor cache.
The amount of cache memory available for the Level 3 processor cache.
The clock speed, in MHz, of the Level 3 processor cache.
The name of the company that manufactured the processor.
The maximum clock speed, in MHz, for the processor.
The label assigned to the processor.
The number of cores for the current instance of the processor.
The number of logical processors for the current instance of the processor.
The processor family type.
The processor identifier that describes the processor features.
The primary function of the processor. Possible values include:
The architecture-dependent system revision level.
The revision level of the processor in the processor family.
The globally unique identifier for the processor.
The architecture-dependent processor revision number.
The voltage capabilities of the processor. Possible values include:
The Drives page contains the following information about the drives that are configured on the selected server.
The unique identifier assigned to the disk drive.
The interface type of the physical disk drive.
The name of the company that manufactured the disk drive.
The manufacturer’s model number of the disk drive.
The number of partitions contained on the physical disk drive.
The size of the disk drive.
The Shares page contains the following information about the shared resources that are configured for the selected server.
The maximum number of concurrent users that can connect to the shared resource.
A short comment that describes the shared resource.
The alias assigned to the path set up as a shared resource.
The fully qualified path to the shared resource.
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