Here you can view and make changes, if necessary, to System Environment Variables on the remote machine. Windows environment variables that are defined by you or by programs are listed, such as a path where files are located. These are the variables that are effective for all users logged into the computer.
Click the Export button to download a CSV file containing the list system environment variables available on the remote computer.
This option allows you to change virtual memory settings on the remote computer:
Simply enter an initial (minimum) or maximum size for the paging file next to a drive listed above.
Entering zero values both for the minimum and maximum size will set the paging file size to a minimum allowed for the current remote computer configuration.
You will need to reboot the computer for any changes to take effect.
Note: Available only if managing EA hosts running Windows 7 and above operating systems
Use the options available on the page to configure the User Account Control (UAC) Settings of the remote computer.
To modify the UAC settings of the remote computer:
- Use the Settings for administrators section to configure UAC settings that will apply when an administrator-level user is logged into the remote computer.
Use the Settings for users section to configure UAC settings that will apply when a non-administrator user is logged into the remote computer.
The availability of the user-specific settings depend on the configuration of the Settings for administrator section.
Click the Normal Reboot button that will show immediately after you click Apply to reboot the remote computer in order for the changes to take effect. The remote computer will restart immediately.
use the Reboot section to perform other types of reboot.
This option allows you to edit the time on the remote computer:
Note:The time is displayed according to the time zone settings of the remote computer.