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What is the Farm Design Tab?
Posted by on 05 May 2015 08:03 AM

In the Farm Design tab administrators are allowed to view and change their infrastructure graphically, providing ease of use and administrative control.  

You can easily add Terminal Servers, Gateways, hypervisors and other network components.

Farm Design Tab

From the toolbar, select the component to add from the following:

  • Terminal Server
  • VDI Host
  • Remote PC
  • Gateway
  • Backup Server

To view the infrastructure in Full Screen mode, click the ‘Full Screen’ button. In full screen mode, you can still add components. 


The Infrastructure design may be printed by clicking ‘Print’ button in the header. Doing so would pop up a window.

Adjust the printing parameters accordingly. Select the ‘Printer’ you would like to print from. Finally press OK to print.

If the ‘Printer’ button is not available (as shown in the following screenshot below) press Ok and the Infrastructure design will be printed on the default printer.

 

 


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