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KACE Systems Deployment Appliance 4.1 - Administrator Guide

About the KACE Systems Deployment Appliance (K2000) Getting started Using the Dashboard Configuring the K2000 Setting up user accounts and user authentication Configuring security settings Preparing for deployment Managing device inventory Using labels Creating a Windows Boot Environment Managing drivers Capturing images Capturing user states Creating scripted installations Creating a task sequence Automating deployments Performing manual deployments Imaging Mac devices About the Remote Site Appliance Importing and exporting appliance components Managing disk space Troubleshooting appliance issues Updating appliance software About us Legal notices Glossary

Delete devices from Device Inventory

Delete devices from Device Inventory

You can delete devices from Device Inventory, which lists all of the devices that have booted in to the K2000.

1.
On the left navigation pane, click Devices to display the Device Inventory page.
3.
Select Choose Action > Delete, then click Yes to confirm.

Delete devices from Network Inventory

Delete devices from Network Inventory

You can delete devices from Network Inventory, which lists all known devices including devices detected during a network scan, devices that have booted in to the KBE, devices uploaded from an inventory file, and devices added using the MAC address.

Deleting devices from Network Inventory that have booted in to the KBE deletes the corresponding Device Inventory devices. If you delete the MAC address from the Network Inventory, the record is removed from the Device Inventory and any corresponding boot actions are also deleted.

1.
On the left navigation pane, click Devices, then click Network Inventory to display the Network Scan Inventory page.
3.
Select Choose Action > Delete, then click Yes to confirm.

Unregister devices

Unregister devices

You can delete devices from Device Inventory to unregister devices and to free up a licensed seat. Deleting devices from Device Inventory deletes the corresponding Network Inventory devices if the device in Network Inventory has booted in to the KBE. If you delete the MAC address from a Network Scan, the record is removed from the Device Inventory and any corresponding boot actions are also deleted.

1.
On the left navigation pane, click Devices, then click Device Inventory to select the devices to unregister.
2.
Select Choose Action > Delete, then click Yes to confirm.

About the device action icons

About the device action icons

The appliance provides device action icons, which are scripted actions that can be performed on managed devices. There are several pre-programmed actions available. To run device actions, you must have the Administrator Console open in Internet browser.

Internet Explorer® requires ActiveX to start these programs on the local device. Other browsers do not support ActiveX. Telnet or VNC-Java Remote Control works with other browsers such as Safari® and Firefox®.

Table 3. Device action icons

Remote access program

Host requirements

Client requirements

Description

SecureCRT

crt.exe

SSH client

Connects to devices by default using SSH on port 8443.

DameWare® Mini Remote Control

dwrcc.exe

DMRC client

Installs on the device the first time a connection is opened.

Explorer

explorer.exe

Windows/SMB share

Displays shared directories for the device. The full path of the start-up file is required.

Microsoft Remote Desktop

mstsc.exe

Remote Desktop

Opens a remote desktop session with the device. Only supports Windows devices.

Ping

ping.exe

None

Handles the connection request if the device is online.

PuTTY

putty.exe

None

Opens an SSH connection from the browser host to the target device.

Telnet

telnet.exe

None

Opens a session from the browser host to the target device.

TightVNC

vncviewer.exe

None

Opens a session from the browser host to the target device.

VNC-Java Remote Control

None

VNC Java Client

Opens a session from the browser host to the target device that has network booted in to the KBE. Requires a Java virtual machine (JVM).

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