This tab allows you to select display preferences, such as whether you would like to show or hide system sessions, full computer names and navigation history.
Enable Grouping – shows the grouping bar above the information grid, which allows for dragging any column header to the bar to group records by that column
Show System Sessions – by default, the “System(1)” and “Services(0)” sessions are hidden on server machines in ControlUp, so the only sessions you see are real human users. Enable this checkbox to display the system and services sessions.
Show Full Computer Names – this checkbox determines whether the Organization Tree should show full computer names (FQDNs) or flat names.
Show Navigation Bar – display the “Back” and “Forward” buttons above the information grid.
Show Navigation History – display the “History” dropdown above the information grid.
Show Actions Task Pane – display available management actions in a separate pane on the right.
Show Configuration Error Balloon – in case of an error during an update to the central configuration, display a balloon in the status bar indicating that not all changes may be saved.
Show Disconnected Computers – if you disable this checkbox, computers will not be displayed in ControlUp unless they are in the “Ready” state, meaning that disconnected computers will disappear from the information grid.
Show Parent View Record – when this option is enabled and a record is double clicked or focused on, the information grid will display the parent record information on top of the grid as well as its child objects below.
Show Computers with Errors – display computers on the information grid even if their connection status is currently in error. This option can be disabled to support scenarios in which not all computers are accessible or powered on.
Show Powered Off Computers – display computers for which the hypervisor layer has reported a “Powered Off” status.
Show Unmanaged VMs – display computers discovered via the hypervisor layer, to which ControlUp Agent has not been deployed.
Note: ControlUp includes a full screen mode, which can be invoked by pressing F11. If you would like ControlUp to open in full screen mode automatically upon launch, specify the “/fullscreen” command line parameter when launching the console executable.