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Use and disable the web console breadcrumbs

Created by Steven Bansil_ret, last modified by Steven Bansil_ret on Jan 23, 2017

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As you navigate the Web Console views, your location is recorded as a series of links, or breadcrumbs, to the views you have opened. Each breadcrumb offers the following navigation options:

  • Clicking a breadcrumb opens the corresponding view directly.
  • Clicking > next to a breadcrumb opens a clickable list of all other views at the same navigation level in the Web Console. For example, if you are on a Node Details view, clicking > displays a list of other monitored nodes.

Only the first 50 monitored nodes, listed in alphanumeric order by IP address, are displayed.

Customize the Web Console breadcrumbs

  1. Click > at an appropriate level in a breadcrumb to open the drop-down list.
  2. Click Customize this list.
  3. Select a criterion from the menu, and then click Submit.

All items in the customized list will be identical for the selcted criterion.

Disable the Web Console breadcrumbs

  1. Log in to your server using an account with administrative access.
  2. Open web.config(default location C:\Inetpub\SolarWinds\) for editing.
  3. In the <appsettings> section, locate the following setting:

    <add key="DisableBreadCrumbs" value="false"/>

  4. Change false to true, as follows:

    <add key="DisableBreadCrumbs" value="true"/>

  5. Save web.config.

    If you run the configuration wizard after editing this setting, your changes may be overwritten.

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