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You can customize the Orion Web Console for individual users by creating views.

You need Administrator Rights to create views.

Plan what should be on a view before you create it.

OptionAction
Identify objects to see on the view.Select the appropriate object type, such as nodes, interfaces, groups, applications, and so on.
View information for all objects of the selected object type.Select a Summary view.
View details for a selected object.Select a Details view.
Select information about the objects you want to see.Select resources.
Divide the information into several tabs.Enable Left Navigation.
Optimize the view for large screens or mobile devices.Create a Network Operations Center (NOC) view.
Limit what devices should be displayed on the view.Add a limitation.
Access the view from the Menu Bar.Add the view into the menu bar.

Create views

 

  1. Log in to the Orion Web Console, and click Settings > All Settings.
  2. Click Add New View in the Views grouping.
  3. Name the view, and select the view type.

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  4. Click Submit.

You have now created an empty view. The Customize view page opens automatically. Add resources that contain the information you want to see or immediately add the view to a dashboard.

The Type of View affects how the view is made accessible to users, and your choice may not be changed later. For more information, see Specify views for device types.

After you have created a new view, you can customize which widgets are on the page.

 
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