The Web pages for Novell Remote Manager have three main frames: the header frame (top), the navigation frame (left), and the main content frame (right). They also contain theand online help.
Figure 6-1 Layout of Novell Remote Manager
Contains general information about the server as well as links to the Health Monitor and Configuration pages and anlink to close the browser window. The File System Management page is considered the Home page.
The general information about the server includes the following:
Overall server health status as one of the following:
White with black X (no connection)
Name of the user you are logged in to Novell Remote Manager as
Version of the operating system running on the server and the amount of time the server has been running
Lists general tasks that you can do using Novell Remote Manager as well as links to specific pages for performing those tasks. The left navigation frame includes collapsible categories that are remembered for the next time you log in. This lets you display the Novell Remote Manager features that you use most often and hide some of the ones that you don’t.
The links in the navigation frame change depending on the plug-in programs that are installed on the server.
IMPORTANT:When working in Novell Remote Manager, using the browser'sbutton can result in unintended actions being re-sent to the server. You must use the navigation links provided in the tool.
The information in this frame changes depending on which link you click in the header or navigation frame.
Shows the overall health for the server as determined by the selections on the Health Monitoring page. Clicking theicon also takes you to the Health Monitoring page where you can view or configure the specifics of the server’s health.
When aicon appears in the upper right corner of a page in the main content frame, you can view help for the page that is displayed.