What do the icons in the Deployment Console mean?

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What do the icons in the Deplyment Console mean?

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Deployment Console Computer Icons

The following is a sample list of computer icons displayed in each Deployment Console, identifying computer type and state.

(Blue screen with user) Computer connected to the Deployment Server with a user logged on.

 (Blue screen) Computer connected to Deployment Server, but the user is not logged on.

 (Blue screen with user and clock) Computer with a time-limited user license and a user logged on.

(Gray computer) Computer not currently connected to the Deployment Server but known to the Deployment Database.

(Yellow screen) A pre-configured computer with values defined in advance using the New Computer feature. As soon as the computer connects and the Deployment Server recognizes the new computer, the icon changes.

 (Blue screen with yellow triangle) A managed computer that is waiting for user interaction before running deployment tasks. This icon appears if the Workstations check box is selected in Initial Deployment.

 (Red and blue computers) A master computer is identified as a computer used to broadcast images to other client computers.

(Blue screen handheld with user) A connected handheld computer.

(server icon and user) A managed server connected to the Deployment Server with a user logged on. Additional icons identify different states of server deployment.

(UNIX icon, computer, and user) A managed Linux computer connected to the Deployment Server with a user logged on. Additional icons identify different states of Linux computer deployment.

 (racks and components) Physical view of Rack/Enclosure/Bay components for high-density server systems. These icons appear as physical representations to allow management of different levels of the server structure.In addition, server icons identify logical server partitions.

  (computer in folder) Select the New Computers or All Computers group to run jobs or operations for these default groups identified by an icon in the Computers pane.

Additional computer groups can be added to the Computers pane to organize similar computer types or to list computers of similar departments or locations. Click New Group or select New > Computer Group to create a new group.

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