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This guide has been prepared to assist you in becoming familiar with Foglight for Exchange. It provides basic navigation techniques, describes the dashboards, views and reports included with Foglight for Exchange, and provides information about the rules that are available for your monitored system.
This section describes the basic techniques used to navigate through Foglight for Exchange. It is intended to introduce you to the layout of the Foglight user interface and how to navigate through the dashboards and views provided with Foglight for Exchange:
For more information about Foglight navigation, see the Foglight User Guide or online help.
Depending on who you log in as, you may see either the contents of the first bookmark (the Welcome page is the default) listed under Bookmarks, or a home page. For further details about these Foglight pages, see the Foglight User Guide or online help.
Typically the browser interface is divided into three panels:
The navigation panel, at the left of the browser interface, operates like a drawer and is open by default. To close the navigation panel, click the arrow to the far left of the Foglight browser interface. Click the arrow again to open the navigation panel.
The navigation panel contains an expandable view of all the dashboards available to the current user. To access a specific dashboard, open the appropriate module (for example, Exchange) and select the dashboard to view it in the display panel.
The navigation panel also provides access to the Foglight Administration and Configuration areas, and may provide access to some cartridge-specific navigational views (for example, the Exchange Infrastructure view for the Exchange Explorer dashboard.)
If you do not see any dashboards in the navigation panel, the user ID with which you signed in may not have been assigned to a group. For details, see the Foglight User Guide or online help.
The display panel is the large panel in the middle of the browser interface and is used to view current dashboards and reports, as well as to create new dashboards and reports. You can increase the size of the display panel by resizing the navigation panel, or if open, by closing the action panel.