Summary

The Devices page lists all Devices that have sent Nomad device registration events and have sent download events within the selected Time period.

On this page:

Navigation and filtering

Devices are listed in order of Latest Activity, devices with the most recent activity are at the top of the list. The Time period filter is 'inherited' if it has been previously set on another page in the same browser session. If the Time period is set to All time, devices that have registered (i.e. they are running Nomad) but have not sent any download activity will appear at the bottom of the list and Latest Activity will show Never in the Latest Activity column.

In addition to the Time period filter, you can use the Technology filter to show devices that have download activity from Nomad, Delivery Optimization (DO) or both (default).

The Devices list has the following columns:

ColumnDescription
FQDN Fully Qualified Domain Name.
Latest Activity Indication of how long ago the latest download activity occurred on this device.
Nomad SiteThe Nomad SSD Site that the device is currently in based on the last adapter registration event.
Subnet The subnet that the device is currently in based on the last adapter registration event.
Content SourceA bar representing the volume of content this device has downloaded from a peer (in grey) vs from a source over the WAN (in orange).

Devices page

You can use the Search Devices... box to search for a specific device by FQDN, Network Site or Subnet.

When you start typing into the search box, a list will appear as indicated below, allowing you to select which column (FQDN, Network Site or Subnet) that the search term should be applied to.

Search Devices...

Time period filter

Using the Time period filter at the top of the page you can narrow down the results by date. You can choose from the following options:

  • Last 90 days (Default)
  • Last 30 days 
  • Last 7 days.
If these filters are applied to any app page, it is reflected on all other pages in the Nomad App.

Date Range filter

Technology filter

You can use the Technology filter to differentiate between downloads through Nomad or Delivery Optimization (DO).

The following options are available:

  • Nomad & Do (Default)
  • Nomad 
  • DO.

If this filter is applied to any app page, it is reflected on all other pages in the Nomad App.

Technology filter

The Device view Downloads tab

The Device view is a common view used throughout Tachyon Platform 5.2 to present details of a device from multiple Tachyon Platform applications.

The default view in the Nomad devices view is Downloads. The remaining tabs display information corresponding to an app, feature or data set implemented in Tachyon Platform 5.2. Other tabs are visible if an app has been installed and licensed, and the user has permissions to use the app, refer to Additional Device View Tabs for detail . Clicking on one of the links in the FQDN column of the Devices page displays the Device view for the selected device. The aim of the Device view is to provide a combined overview of all the information known about a device along with the ability to retrieve information about the device in real-time. When displaying the Device view from a Nomad page the view defaults to the Downloads tab. The Downloads tab contains information derived from and useful for using Nomad.

In addition, the Summary banner displays a quick summary of the information provided in the various tabs displayed in the Device View. It can be viewed by toggling the Summary banner switch to on, refer to Summary banner on this page for details.

The data on Device View is not filtered by Time period. It shows data for all downloads on the device.


The details shown on the Downloads and other tabs rely on access to the associated app, but also Instruction Sets used by the Tachyon Platform. >To view details in the Downloads tab for the Nomad app you'll need to load the 1E Nomad product pack. For more details, refer to  Installing the Nomad app - 1E Nomad product pack.

Downloads tab

The Downloads tab has three items:

The Downloads tab presents download activity and status for the device. Whenever you click on an FQDN on any of the Nomad dashboard pages, the Device details page will be displayed with the Downloads tab selected.

Summary

Summary has four panels:

  • Status bar
  • Bandwidth Usage Per Day by Content Source (UTC)
  • P2P Efficiency by Content Source
  • Content Titles Count by Content Type.

Device details summary tab

Status bar

The status bar along the top shows high-level download statistics for this device:

ColumnDescription

Total 

Total number of downloads that have occurred on this device.
Downloading Number of downloads that are actively in progress on this device.
Downloaded Number of completed downloads on this device.
CancelledNumber of downloads on devices that are currently in the site whose latest status was Cancelled.
Failed 

Displays the number of downloads whose latest reported state on this device was failed. >The icon displays as blue if there are no failures and changes to red if there are failures.

No failed Failed

Clicking on any of these icons will navigate to the Content view of the Device detail tab, filtered according to the clicked icon.

Status bar

Bandwidth Usage Per Day by Content Source (UTC)

The Bandwidth Usage Per Day by Content Source (UTC) tile represents daily download activity on this device for the last 30 days. A column is displayed for each day when there was download activity. Each column indicates the volume of content that was downloaded over the WAN (in orange) or from peers (in grey).

Hovering over a segment of the column displays the volume of content downloaded on that day, demonstrating the value that Nomad and Delivery Optimization are providing through reduced WAN traffic. If the majority of content is being downloaded over the WAN, it could indicate that peers are simply not available (e.g. this device is being used from home) or it could be an indication that Nomad or Delivery Optimization are not correctly configured to optimize content from peers.

Bandwidth Usage Per Day by Content Source (UTC)

P2P Efficiency by Content Source

The P2P Efficiency by Content Source tile represents the overall peer-to-peer efficiency on this device. The data is grouped by source (Peers and WAN) and displayed as a donut chart showing the volume of content downloaded from peers (in grey) and from the source over the WAN (in orange).

The chart gives an indication of the overall value of Nomad and Delivery Optimization on this device. Ideally, more content will be downloaded from peers than from the source over the WAN, thereby saving network bandwidth. Where this is not the case, it could be due to remote working (where there are no peers available), or it could be due to configuration settings on the client that are not optimized for peer-to-peer caching and availability.

Clicking on a segment in this chart will navigate to the Content view for this device, filtered to show content that was downloaded from the selected source (Peer or WAN).

P2P Efficiency by Content Source

Content Titles Count by Content Type

The Content Titles Count by Content Type chart gives an indication of the number of Endpoint Manager applications and Software Update this device has downloaded.

Clicking on a segment in this chart will navigate to the Content view for this device, filtered by the selected Content Type. 

Content Titles Count by Content Type

Content 

The Content panel  shows the status of content downloaded on the device:

ColumnDescription
Content Titles 

Content title, for:

  • CM Packages, this is the Package name
  • CM Applications, this is a combination of the Application name and Deployment Type name
  • Software Updates, this is the title of the Software Update as defined in the Microsoft Update catalog (this is collected from the client, not the Microsoft Catalog). 
Type Currently, either Endpoint Manager or Software Update.
Status

Current status of the content on this device. This can include the following statuses.

  • Downloading
  • Downloaded (Cached)
  • Downloaded (Deleted)
  • Cancelled
  • Failed.
Latest Activity Date and time of the latest event for the content title on this device.
Duration  The time taken to download the content.
Download Bytes Amount of bytes of the content actually downloaded by the device. In some cases, especially with Software Updates, only deltas or byte ranges will be downloaded rather than the entire source content.
Content SourceA bar indicating the proportion of the content that was downloaded over the WAN or from peers.

The Time period filter does not apply to detail pages.

Contents tab


Navigation and filtering

There are four ways you can filter viewable content:

  • Search...
  • Sources
  • Types
  • Status.

Search and filter bar

Search...

Use the search box at the top left of the page to filter by specific criteria, for example in the picture opposite the default view has been filtered by Content Titles containing 2019 in their title.

Navigating away from this view resets the table to its default view.



Search... results

Filters

Filter the table using these options:

  • Source
  • Type
  • Status.
FilterOptionsDescription
Source

All Sources (default)Shows content that was downloaded from either the WAN or peers.
WAN Shows content that was partially or fully downloaded over the WAN.
Peers Shows content that was partially or fully downloaded from peers. 
TypeAll Types (default) Shows Endpoint Manager and Software Update content.
Software Update Shows only Software Update content.
Endpoint Manager Shows only Endpoint Manager content.
StatusAll Status (default)Shows all content for which any download activity has been reported.
Downloading Shows all content for which the latest reported status was downloading.
Cancelled Shows all content for which the latest reported status was cancelled.
Downloaded (Cached)Shows all content for which the latest reported status was Downloaded and has not subsequently reported deletion.
Downloaded (Deleted)Shows all content which completed downloading but has subsequently been deleted from the cache.
Failed Shows all content for which the latest reported status was Failed.
Downloaded Shows all content that has been downloaded (either still cached or deleted).

Search results filtered

Nomad Configuration

Shows the 1E Nomad Branch Settings for the selected device. You can use this to check a device's Nomad registry entries if the device is not behaving as expected.

The registry details presented are gathered by the 1E-Nomad-NomadBranchSettings instruction of the 1E Nomad product pack.

Classic product pack used to create the 1E Nomad instruction set in Tachyon, required by the following Nomad 7.1 features:

Nomad Configuration


The 1E Nomad Branch Settings panel is expandable. Moving your mouse over the panel reveals an Expand button on the top left of the panel and a refresh button. Clicking the refresh button, re-runs the 1E-Nomad-NomadBranchSettings instruction.

1E Nomad Branch Settings controls

A full list of Nomad registry values by feature are available on the Nomad registry values page. Registry values for NomadBranch are located in:  HKLM\Software\1E\NomadBranch

Nomad Configuration expanded

Summary banner

The Summary banner displays a quick summary of the information provided in the various tabs displayed in the Device View. It can be viewed by toggling the Summary banner switch to on.

The following picture shows the Summary banner displayed for a particular device.

The following table describes the information provided in the Summary banner.

PanelDescriptionData source

Summary banner panel 1

Shows details equivalent to the following tiles:

TabPanelColumnTileDescriptionExample
OverviewDetails


Hardware and Operating SystemOperating System

Version

Windows 10 Pro 20H2 (x86)
Hardware and Operating SystemHardware

Device Type

Desktop
Hardware and Operating SystemHardware

Manufacturer

VMware, Inc
Hardware and Operating SystemHardwareModelVMWare Virtual Platform
IdentificationLocation

Location


IdentificationIdentification

Criticality

Undefined (0)
Data from Tachyon Master (the latest online status message)




Summary banner panel 2

Shows details equivalent to the following tiles:

TabPanelColumnTileDescriptionExample
OverviewDetails


Hardware and Operating SystemHardware

CPU Type

Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU X5650 @2.67GHz x86
Hardware and Operating SystemHardware

RAM

3071 MB
IdentificationIdentification

1E Client 

v5.2.5.251
Hardware and Operating SystemOperating System

Version

v10.0.19042.746
Hardware and Operating SystemOperating System

Virtual/Physical

VMWare

Summary banner 3

Shows details equivalent to the following tiles:

TabPanelColumnTileDescriptionExample
Overview


Details





IdentificationLocationTimezoneUTC+00 - Europe/London (Inferred)
IdentificationIdentificationDomain1ETRN
Connectivity and ActivityActivityUser1ETRN\Administrator
Connectivity and ActivityConnectivityLocal IP Address10.0.1.3/24




Netmask255.255.255.0

Summary banner panel 4

Shows details equivalent to the following tiles:

TabPanelColumnTileDescriptionExample
Overview




Details







Connectivity and ActivityConnectivityFirst Connected22 March 2021, 12:17 UTC
Connectivity and ActivityConnectivityLast Connected27 April 2021, 09:23 UTC
Connectivity and ActivityActivityLast Boot18 March 2021, 12:24 UTC




Up timea month

Summary banner panel 5

Shows details equivalent to the following tiles:

TabPanelColumnTileDescriptionExample
Overview




Details







IdentificationGroupingMgmt. Groups
  • All Devices
  • All Win10 Workstations
  • Servers.

Additional Device View tabs

In addition to the Downloads tab, there are a series of tabs, each corresponding to an app, feature or data set implemented in Tachyon Platform 5.2

The Overview and 1E Client tabs are always present in the Device View. Other tabs are visible if an app has been installed and is licensed.

Each tab has one or more panels with tiles populated with data from various sources, some by instructions that are run instantly, with results cached for 3 minutes. An appropriate error message is displayed instead of a tile in the following circumstances:

  • If the device is offline, as indicated by the color of the icon in the top left
  • The user does not have at least Viewer permission to view use the license the tab or panel
  • The user does not have questioner permission to run the instruction
  • An instruction has not been uploaded.

The Device View tabs and panels page lists the names of tabs and their panels, and a description of each tile indicating how the tile is populated.

TabPanelDescriptionData source

Overview

Details

Displays a number of tiles sorted into Identification, Hardware and Operating System and Connectivity and Activity columns that show information for the selected device retrieved from the online status information stored in the Tachyon Master database.

The columns and tiles are shown in the following table:

ColumnTileDescription
Identification
Identification

Display's the current device:

  • FQDN
  • Name
  • Domain
  • Criticality
  • Serial Number
  • 1E Client
  • Tachyon GUID.
Location

Displays the device's:

  • Timezone
  • Offset
  • Location
  • Locale.
Grouping

Displays the device:

  • Tags - freeform tags applied to the device
  • Coverage Tags - any coverage tags applied to the device
  • Mgmt. Groups - lists the management groups the device is a member of.
Hardware and Operating System
Hardware

Shows hardware details for the device:

  • Virtual/Phyiscal
  • Manufacturer
  • Model
  • Device Type
  • Chassis Type
  • RAM
  • CPU Type
  • CPU Architecture
  • SMBIOS GUID.
Operating System

Shows operating system, type and version for example:

  • Type
  • Version
  • Version Number
  • Architecture
  • Installation.
Connectivity and Activity
Connectivity

Shows current device connectivity status:

  • Status
  • Last Connected
  • First Connected
  • Certificate Type
  • Certificate Expiry
  • Connection State
  • Local IP Address
  • MAC Address
  • Connecting IP.
ActivityShows Last Boot date and tiem and current user.
Data from Tachyon Master (the latest online status message)

Env. Variables

Shows a list of the environment variables set on the device.

Resource Usage

Two panels:

  • Resource Usage over the last hour - shows system disk, CPU and memory usage per minute for the last one hour
  • Resource Usage at  day/month/year time  - shows executable resource usage for a specific minute:
ColumnDescription
Product
Resource name, for example 1E Client
Executable
Resource executable, for example 1e.client.exe 
Instance Count
Number of currently running instances.
Cpu Percent
Perentage of CPU currently being consumed.
Memory Virtual Mb

Virtual memory consumed in Mb.

Memory Physical Mb
Physical memory consumed in Mb.
Io Read Kb Per Second
Number of associated read input/output operations per second.
Io Write Kb Per Second
Number of associated write input/output operations per second.
Handle Count
The number of object handles.

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Downloads

Summary

Download activity and status for the device. Whenever you click on an FQDN on any of the Nomad pages then the Device View will be displayed with the Downloads tab selected.Data from Content Distribution.

Content

Content Titles on the selected device, the default view is from All Sources, All Types and All Status.

You may see a difference in the number of items in a device’s Nomad cache versus that displayed in the Nomad app Device View. This is because if downloaded content has been deleted from MEMCM, the content titles cannot be resolved in the Nomad app and are not displayed. This is under consideration for re-design and may be revised in future versions of Nomad.

Data from Content Distribution.

Nomad Configuration

1E Nomad Branch Settings .

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Experience

Metrics

Metrics are the data points that are collected by the 1E Client and sent to the Tachyon server. They are collected at different intervals depending on the type of data that is being collected.

Data from Experience metrics

The Trends tab shows the changes in the scores over time.  Hovering over any of the bars shows the details for that time and event.  If the user viewing the device details also has the ability to at least ask a question in Explorer the Explore button will be visible.

Data from Experience metrics

Logs

The Event Logs tab gives you a listing of the Windows Event log entries for that device. This brings that data to this view and is very useful when determining the root cause of an issue that has been reported on the device.

Data from Experience metrics

Application Interactions

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User interactions

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Hardware

Disk drives

Shows disk drives, including hardware and usage information.

ColumnDescription
Drive
Drive letter.
Volume Name
Volume name, if set.
Drive Type

Drive type, for example:

  • Removable Disk
  • Local Disk
  • Compact Disk.
Size Gb
Total disk size in Gb.
Free Space Gb
Current free space in Gb.
Usage Percent
Percentage used of total drive space.
File System
File system, for example NTFS.
Manufacturer
Standard or SSD drive.
Model
Drive manufacturer.
Serial Number
Unique disk serial number.
Partition
Drive and partition of the specific drive.
Firmware Revision
Drive firmware version.
Device ID
Device ID of the specified disk.
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Peripherals

Shows the list of plug and play hardware devices (Windows only).

ColumnDescription
Device Type

Hardware device, including for example things like:

  • Battery
  • Monitor
  • Keyboard
  • Mouse
  • Ports
  • SoftwareDevice.
Name
Device name.
Instance Count
Number of instances of a periperal device.
Service
Associated Windows service, for example atapi, serial, PCI, ACPI.
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Network

Throughput

Shows network throughput on all adapters for the last hour, represented by the following tiles:

  • Average throughput - including Timestamp, Bytes Recieved per Second, Bytes Sent Per Second
  • Bytes received per second
  • Bytes sent per second.
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Interface configuration

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DNS

Shows the Cache and Host file tiles:

  • DNS Cache Contents - with the entries from local DNS cache, Host Name and Address.
  • HOSTS file - shows the content of the drivers/etc/hosts file.

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TCP connections

Returns a list of established TCP connections.

ColumnDescription
Process Name
Local process name.
Process Id
Uniquely identifies an active process.
Class
Class of Internet networking protocol.
Local Address
Local network address.
Local Port
Network port used by a specific process.
Remote Address
Source IP address from which the traffic came from.
Remote Port
Remote port used by a specific process.
Latency Ms
The time taken in milliseconds for data or a request to go from a source to a destination.
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Listening ports

Returns a list of processes which are listening for network connections.

ColumnDescription
Process Name
Local process name.
Process Id
Uniquely identifies an active process.
Class
Class of Internet networking protocol.
Local Address
Local network address.
Local Port
Network port used by a specific process.
Product
Related product, for example host process for Windows Services, Local Security Authority Process, SCNotification. 
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ARP Cache

Returns a list of processes which are listening for network connections and also shows routing tables.

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WIFI

Shows a list of visible wifi networks, including basic network properties.

ColumnDescription
SSID
WiFi network name.
Is Connected
Shows as either true or false, dependent on whether the corresponding adapter is connected to the network.
Is Hidden

Shows as true if the WiFi network is not broadcasting a public SSID.

Is Secure

Shows as either true or false:

  • true - if the WiFi network is secure
  • false - if the network is open.
Signal
Shows WiFi signal quality; from 0 (worst) to 100 (best).
Authentication
The default authentication mechanism supported by the network.
BSSI IDs
The Service Set Identifier (SSID) of the network, it will be empty if the network is hidden.
Encryption
Shows the default encryption mechanism supported by the network.
Adapter
Shows the WiFi network adapter name to which this network is visible.
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Policies

Rules Compliance

Column Description
Rule Name
Name of rules applied to the current device. The viewable list relates to the selected Tachyon policy from the policy dropdown on the page.
State
If the device state is Compliant, Noncompliant or Not Applicable. 
Type

Rule type:

  • Check - allows you to verify that a device has a particular state, such as a registry key having a specific value
  • Fix - allows you to define a desired state for the device and then enforce that state.
Effectiveness

Policy rule effectiveness is the usefulness of policy rules and is represented as either:

  • Disabled - the rule has not yet been enabled from the Guaranteed State Rule Administration page, so it is not currently active
  • Unassigned - the rule is enabled, but has not been deployed to any devices
  • Ineffective - the rule has been deployed, but no devices have changed their compliance position for this rule in the last thirty days
  • Effective - the rule has been deployed and at least one device has changed its compliance position for this rule in the last thirty days.
History

Rule history.

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Software

Installations

Shows (per-device) installed software.

ColumnDescription
Product
Software product name.
Publisher
Software publisher.
Version
Product version number.
Architecture
Instruction set architecture (ISA) version.
Install Date
Software installation date.
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Windows services

Shows list of installed Windows services and their current state.

ColumnDescription
Name
Windows service name.
State
Windows service state, Running or Stopped.
Startup Type
Windows service startup type, for example Automatic, Automatic (Delayed Start), Manual, Disabled.
Process Id
Uniquely identifies an active process.
Description
Windows service description.
Logon Account
Windows service logon account context.
Type
Windows services type, for example file system driver, kernel driver, shared process.
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Env. Variables

Shows operating system environment variables.1E-TachyonPlatform-Software-EnvironmentVariables

Processes

Shows detailed information about all running processes.

ColumnDescription
Product

Software product name.

Executable
Executable name.
Version
Product version number.
Devices count
How many devices are reporting.
Crashes
Number of times this software crashed during the last 24-hour reporting period.
Hangs

Number of times this software crashed during the last 24-hour reporting period.

Software crash and hang information is obtained from Windows event data. For background information on Windows events and the event viewer refer to https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/302542/how-to-diagnose-system-problems-with-event-viewer-in-microsoft-windows

Performance anomalies
Number of performance anomalies detected in this software during the last 24-hour reporting period.
I/O write KB/s
Average disk I/O read rate per second during the last 24-hour reporting period.
I/O write KB/s

Average disk I/O write rate per second during the last 24-hour reporting period.

For background information on analyzing disk storage performance refer to https://docs.microsoft.com/en-gb/archive/blogs/cotw/analyzing-storage-performance

Virtual Memory Usage KB
Processor Time Seconds
Each instance of the executable will burn processor time. This column gives the average of the total time consumed by each process instance per second. Each instance uses the sum of all time used by each core in parallel. Therefore, it is possible to see more seconds here than in a day (usually 60 x 60 x 24 = 86400) for the whole column, if your system is working extremely hard 24x7. The theoretical maximum would be somewhere near number of cores  seconds per day . Hence, 'Processor Time' rather than 'Human Time'
Processor Time %

This is an easier notion than Processor Time Seconds. This is the average of the processor consumption of each instance. Each instance of this process will have caused different percentages of compute resource in all the processors and cores to be used over time (unless they have specifically requested certain core affinity). For each minute each process is running, a profile of the usage is built for the whole day. This value is the average of all of those samples. There is no way to work out, for any one of the process instances involved, how long any particular instance was running for. This could indicate a process that is going wild with resources, but it would take more investigation on the device to discover for how long this is happening. It is perfectly possible to see all the values in this column adding up to more than 100% as the processes were not necessarily running at the same time.

Responsiveness Impact %

An indicator of how reactive a process is to activity by other processes on the device. Typically, anti-virus products watch and respond to potentially suspicious activity such as increased network traffic. Anti-virus products will differ in their impact on the overall performance of a device.

Responsiveness Impact % is used to indicate how sensitive a process that appears to be to the use of system resources by other processes on a device. For example Security Protection software present on a device may reveal a spike in its activity whenever a new process is started on that device. This would typically be because the Security Protection software may wish to ensure that the new process starting on the device is present in a security white-list. Other software may also react to activity by other processes and by reacting they impact system resource uses, thereby adversely affect the user's experience. So it is useful to be able to identity software with the highest Responsiveness Impact on a device and potentially investigate further.

Responsiveness Impact % represents the proportion of the increased CPU activity detected by the 1E Client as a result of performing a set of operating system level operations that can be attributed to a given running process. Examples of these would be Windows registry and resource creation operations.

It is reported as a percentage to normalize results across devices that offer a range of computing power.

For example if software.exe on a device is attributed a Responsiveness Impact of 53% this means that more than half of the spike in CPU usage caused by software monitoring activity on that device can be attributed to software.

Handle Count

Average number of Windows handles used by this software during the last 24-hour reporting period.

Physical Memory Usage KB

Average Physical Memory Usage KB during the last 24-hour reporting period.

Please refer to https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/rammap for a useful tool to examine physical memory allocation on a device.

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1E Client

Binaries

Shows a list of the binary files in the executable folder of the 1E Client.

ColumnDescription
File Name
Associated 1E Client file name.
File Version
Software version.
File Size
File size in bytes.
Description
File description
Date Created
The date the file was written to disk.
Date Modified
The date the file was last saved.
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Configuration file

Shows the full content of the 1E Client configuration file, including:

  • Logging settings
  • Communication settings
  • Agent settings
  • Module settings.
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Extensibility

Shows extensibility objects (modules and providers) loaded by the 1E Client.

ColumnDescription
Type
Module or Provider component.
Binary Name
Associated 1E Client binary name, for example 1E.Client.Module.Interaction.dll
Name
Name, for example Interaction.
Version
1E Client version, for example 5.2.5.251
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Local Storage

Shows Data Files and Client Inventory Database Use tiles that display the list of:

  • Data files (logs, databases, etc) created by the 1E client
  • Tables in the 1E Client Inventory database, along with a row count per table.

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