How to administer and maintain the Tachyon system. The main purpose of Tachyon is to enable super-fast investigation of your network environment to retrieve sets of devices that you can then run immediate actions on.

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Using the Administration Console

How to configure Tachyon using the Administration Console.

  • The Admin Log pageThe Admin log page lets security administrators view the audit information contained in the Tachyon logs. It shows any notifications that have been generated by the Switch, Core and Workflow components. It also displays audit information related to installation, permissions, product pack and consumer related operations carried out using Tachyon Explorer.
  • The Agent installer pageThe Agent installer page is part of a feature that is currently under development and for use with the new Tachyon Discovery product, which is due for release in the coming months. To enable Tachyon Agents to be rolled out across a network in conjunction with the network discovery piece, this page lets you select the Tachyon Agent installer you want to use for the installation.
  • The Consumers pageThe Consumers page lets you register the consumers that can access Tachyon. To enhance the security of the Tachyon system, only consumers that have been registered on this page will be allowed to access Tachyon.
  • The Custom Properties pageThe Custom properties page is used to define properties that can be used when setting coverage tags on devices. Before devices can be tagged and questioners can use Tachyon Agent device tags to set the coverage of questions, Tachyon custom properties administrators first need to create some properties.
  • The Dashboard pageThe Dashboard page enables infrastructure administrators to view information about the current status of Tachyon. It provides a summary of the current questions and actions. It also provides real-time troubleshooting information on the CoreApi, Switch and Workflow components.
  • The Instruction Sets pageHow to load Instruction Definitions into Tachyon and then create, populate and delete Instruction Sets.
  • The License info pageThe License info page shows details of the current license status.
  • The Management groups pageThe Management groups page lets you view the currently defined management groups.
  • The Permissions pageThe Permissions page lets Permissions Administrators configure Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) for the Tachyon system. Here you can find the built-in system roles used to administer Tachyon features, and how to configure custom roles for Instruction Sets and Management Groups.
  • The Registered mobile phones pageTachyon features by release
  • The System information pageThe system information page lets you review the current Tachyon system configuration.

A general methodology for investigating issues with Tachyon, as well as identifying key issues and their resolutions.