General configuration options for Tachyon.

Settings can be reached directly using the following URL:

https://<tachyon DNS Name FQDN>/Tachyon/App/#/platform/

where <tachyon DNS Name FQDN> is the one set up during the preparation phase, as described under the heading Preparation: DNS Names.

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Connectors page

Connectors are used to connect to other 1E and third party systems, retrieve their data and populate repositories. Tachyon provides the following inventory connectors to populate the Tachyon inventory repository:

Use the links above to find more information about each type of connector. Please refer to Using Inventory for more information about viewing and exporting inventory repositories.

Additional connectors may exist for add-on Consumer applications that have been installed. For example, AppClarity 8.0 has the following connectors to populate its entitlement repository:

  • AppClarity v5.2 connectorExports entitlements from an AppClarity 5.2 database into a TSV file, which can then be reviewed and imported into .
  • Entitlement .tsv connectorUploads entitlements from a folder containing one or more tab or comma separated value file(s).

Consumer applications may add additional connectors to populate their repositories.

Repositories page

Repositories are used by applications to process and store information. Tachyon provides an Inventory repository out-of-the-box. Some consumer applications provide their own types of repositories.

Repository typesUsed byUsed for
Application Migration
  • Application Migration
Migration rules.
Business Intelligence
  • Patch Success
Patch data for Patch Success.
  • AppClarity

Compliance data for AppClarity.

Reclaim policies and history.

  • AppClarity
Entitlements for AppClarity.
  • Inventory
  • AppClarity
  • Application Migration
  • Patch Success

Hardware and software inventory for devices.

Optionally stores associations between Catalog products and Configuration Manager packages and applications.

A default repository is provided for each type of repository. You cannot delete a repository but you can change its details, clear its data or archive it. You can add further repositories for each type.

Repositories are populated using Connectors which are executed either manually or on schedule, and data is then processed by applications. In some cases you can manually enter data.

Provider configuration page

Providers can be used by applications to leverage external tools to perform specific operations. For example the reclaim provider enables software to be uninstalled, thereby extending the functionality of the platform to include uninstallation.

Provider configuration page

Custom properties

Device Tags page

Device Tags are generally associated with Explorer and can be used when setting coverage to target Instructions to particular devices, but they can also be used to define Management Groups optionally used by all applications.

Device Tags must be defined by a Full Administrator before they can be used to tag devices or used to set the coverage of Instructions.

1E Client installers page


The 1E Client installers page enables you to upgrade the 1E Client across your network, and allows you to select the 1E Client installer you want to use for the installation. This process will only upgrade the client on Windows 8.1 devices and above. And will keep the settings from the previous deployment, it will not allow you to enable or change any features.

Consumers page

The 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.

Tachyon can integrate with third-party applications to enable its instruction-based investigation and resolution capabilities to be leveraged by other products. Some examples include: the Nomad Content Pause and Tachyon Configuration Manager integration features.

Consumers page

Components page

The Components page displays the configuration options and activity for all the components that make up the Tachyon platform.

Schedules page

The Schedules page lets you add schedules for executing actions on repositories, and select the categories of data you wish to collect. 

License information page

The License information page shows details of the current license status and lets you reactivate your license if any changes have been made.

In the Products section, under Features, you can see which consumers you are able to use, and which type of instructions you can run according to their prefix pattern. Available consumers and prefixes are listed below under License requirements for consumer applications.

License information page

System information page

The System information page lets you review the configuration of Tachyon components used for Tachyon real-time features. There are no configuration options.

Branding page

The Branding page lets you customize the appearance of the Tachyon Portal and emails to match your corporate style.