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Create new widgets on a VMAN appliance dashboard

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Created by Kevin Sperrazza, last modified by christopher.roy on Aug 07, 2018

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Overview

This article describes how to create a new widget on any VMAN appliance dashboard.

Environment

All VMAN appliance versions

Steps

  1. On the VMAN appliance console, select the dashboard you would like to create a widget on from the dashboard menu.
  2. When the dashboard loads, scroll to the bottom and click + next to the last widget.
  3. Select the preferred widget.
  4. Click OK. A new blank widget should appear next to the last widget on the dashboard.
  5. Customize the widget according to your preferences. Refer to the following for more information about dashboards and widgets:

 

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