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Metasys SCT: System Configuration Tool Help

Brand
Metasys
Product name
System Configuration Tool
Document type
User Guide
Document number
LIT-12011964
Version
13.2
Revision date
2020-01-21
Language
English

The screen contains four frames and provides a consistent look and feel in every mode (online, or offline). Your access to certain features depends on the mode in which you are operating and your assigned access type and privileges.

Note: If the navigation frame or a display frame is active, the header bar of the active frame or pane is highlighted. The Menu and Status frames are not highlighted even when you click in them.
Note: If you are using Windows 7 OS, the Aero Snap feature malfunctions upon manual screen expenditure. To resolve screen viewing issues maximize to full-screen view or disable the Aero Snap feature through computer settings.
Figure 1. Site Management Portal (SMP) UI Screen Frames

Figure 2. System Configuration Tool (SCT) UI Screen Frames

Table 1. System Configuration Tool (SCT) UI Screen Frames

Number

Name

Description

1

Menu

Displays the menu bar and the first three characters of the logged-in user name. Active Directory service user names display as the fully qualified user name (for example, user@engineering.jci.com).

Logging Out or exit from the system using buttons in the menu frame.

2

Display

Presents data or information in the user-selected Panel Layout. See the Display Frame Layout section for more information on the Display Frame.

3

Navigation

Displays navigation trees that organize items in the system. The All Items tree generates automatically when you configure the system database. You can create one or several user navigation trees (also referred to as user views) for defining your own navigation concept.

For more information on the navigation tree, see the Navigation Tree section.

4

Status

Displays information about current user actions and the current time/time zone of the server that you are logged into (supervisory device or Site Director).