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Istruzioni per l'uso ConnectPRO, Modello MIT-CAT5 8

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Connect a third and fourth Switch in the same way. With the CAT5 KVM 16 Port model, connect up to up to 256 computers through cascading. You must define a hotkey to display the OSD of each Switch. These hotkeys must be different for the top and bottom layers. The hotkeys can be any of the choices as set out above on page 14. To add/change a hotkey: 1. On the line to which the Switch is connected, press Tab to jump to the HKEY column. 2. Toggle between the options using the Space bar. 24. The Time settings In the Settings window navigate to the Time line and press Enter. The Time settings window appears see Figure 12. Figure 12 Time settings window Scan (SCN) - Label (LBL) - Time out (T/O) SCN SCN column, change the scan period. LBL - In the LBL column, change the display period of the OSD label showing which computer is currently accessed. T/O - When password protection is activated you can automatically disable the Management keyboard, mouse and screen after a preset time of non-use. Set this Timeout period in the T/O column. To set the above periods: 1. On the desired line press Tab to jump to the desired column. 2. Place the cursor over one of the 3 digits and type a new number. Enter a leading zero where necessary. For example, type 040 for 40 seconds. Typing 999 in the LBL column displays the label continuously. Typing 000 – the label will not appear. Typing 999 in the T/O column disables the Timeout function. Typing 000 – the Timeout function works immediately. Typing 999 in the SCNn displays the screen for 999 seconds. Typing 000 – the computer screen is skipped. 25. Users In the Settings window navigate to the Users line and press Enter. The Users settings window appears see Figure 13. Figure 13 The Users settings window There are 3 different access levels. These are: • Y – Full access to a particular computer. Plus access to the F4, F5 and F6 OSD functions • V –Viewing access only, to a particular computer (No keyboard/mouse functionality) • N – No access to a particular computer – A TIMEOUT label appears if access is attempted To give each user the desired access level: 1. Navigate to the desired computer line and User. 2. Toggle between the options using the Space bar. 26. Security In the Settings window navigate to the Security line and press Enter. The Security settings window appears see Figure 14. Figure 14 The Security settings window The ‘T’ column on the right hand side stands for Type of password. There can only be 1 Administrator password, 1 Supervisor password, and 6 User passwords. To change a user name or password: 1. Navigate to the desired line and column. 2. Type a new user name / password. User authentication is done solely via the password there is no security significance to the names. By default the User Profile settings are full access. 27. The OSD HELP window – F1 To access the HELP window press F1. The HELP window appears, see Figure 15. Figure 15 The HELP window Please note! All the functions set out in the Help window are performed from the Main window. The Help window is merely a reminder of the hotkeys and their functions. 28. Scanning computers– F4 Where necessary adjust the scan time in the Time Settings window, see above. To activate scanning: 1. Press Shift twice to open the OSD. 2. Press F4. Your screen displays each active computer sequentially, with the Scan label appearing in the top left corner. To deactivate scanning: Press F4. 29. Tuning – F5 You can tune the image of any remote computer screen from the Select Computer window. To adjust the screen image: 1. Navigate to the remote computer you wish to adjust. 2. Press F5. The screen image of the selected computer appears, together with the Image Tuning label. 3. Adjust the image by using the RightLeft Arrow keys. 4. When the image is satisfactory, press Esc. Note! Picture quality is relative to distance. The further away a remote computer is from the CAT5 KVM, the lower the image quality, and the more tuning needed. So place the higher resolution computers closer to the manager unit. 30. Moving the label – F6 Position the OSD label anywhere on the screen. To position the label from the Main window: 1. Navigate to the desired computer using the Up and Down arrow keys. 2. Press F6. The selected screen image and Identification label will appear. 3. Use the arrow keys to move the label to the desired position. 4. Press Esc to save and exit. 31. Using the Control software As an alternative to the OSD you can operate the CAT5 KVM system with the Control software located on the Marketing & Documentation CD. With the OSD you operate the system and view the computer screens on the same monitor. The Control software requires 2 monitors 1 for the software and 1 to view the computer screens. With the Control software you can: • View computers • Edit OSD settings • Save configurations for future use • Read configurations from and write configurations to the Multi-Platform CAT5 KVM 32. Control software system requirements • ...

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