Accessing the Enterprise Endpoint Editor

You can access the Enterprise Endpoint Editor via the Enterprise Endpoint Editor menu option under the Tools menu in Scout Manager.

Viewing and Sorting Information

You can display only the VPGate instances you want to update by using several available sorting, searching, and grouping features within the editor. For example, you can display all VPGate instances running a particular software release, all endpoints on a certain VPGate, or all endpoints using a particular IP address. All unnecessary data is hidden, allowing you to focus on the information you need.

Groups and individual columns may be hidden, moved, and sorted by right-clicking in the column heading and selecting the appropriate command. You can also drag and drop column headings into the area below the tabs to sort information or use the Filter and Search commands to find specific information.

Easily Recognizing, Reverting, and Resetting Changes

When you modify values for a single endpoint, the cell turns orange indicating a change has been made.

Similarly, if you update a field in multiple endpoints at one time, the cells turn orange to indicate the change.

As you make changes, if you need to revert to the previous field value, you can select Revert Value.

Similarly, if you need to reset to the default field value, select Set to Default.

Recognizing Unapplied (Unsaved) Changes

The Enterprise Endpoint Editor is designed to indicate unapplied, or unsaved, changes in several ways:

  • A cell with an orange background. Indicates that data has been updated in that cell.
  • An orange dot to the left of the VPGate Name. Indicates that data has been updated on that endpoint.
  • An orange dot on the Endpoints or Driver tab. Indicates that data has been updated on that tab.