Managing Devices From the End User Portal
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An administrator can also remotely manage devices from the end user portal. The DEVICES option displays all devices connected to the portal that you are managing.

For each device a read only administrator can do the following:

  • Rename the device.
  • Edit device settings, such as the configuration template used and clear the MAC address.
  • Delete a device.

In addition, a read/write administrator can also edit device settings, such as the backup folder to use and the configuration template to apply to the device.

To edit device settings or restart a device:

  1. Click DEVICES in the navigation pane.
    The Devices page opens, displaying all the devices connected to the portal.
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  2. Click the image.png icon to the right of the device you want to manage. Options are displayed in a popup menu.
    Rename Device – Rename the device.
    Set Description – Provide a description of the device.
    Restart Device – If, the device is running, this option is displayed enabling the administrator to remotely restart the device.
    Advanced Settings – Advanced settings for the device.
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    Note

    Some devices do not have this option, for example, mobile devices.

    Administrators can change the following:

    • The MAC address
    • The backup folder, either to not have a backup folder or to one of the current backup folders.
    • The software version.
    • The configuration template, either the default template or to one of the other templates defined in the portal.

    Delete Device – Remove the device from the CTERA Portal. This deletes any backups of the device on the CTERA Portal. You confirm the removal by entering your user name.
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  3. Click the device name.
    The device details are displayed.
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  4. Click the image.png icon for the options described above after clicking the image.png icon.


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