DriveWorks Pro 15: Live Settings [send feedback...]

Introduction

The Live Settings is available from the settings of DriveWorks Live.

URL Settings

Name/Address

This is the name/address of the server/machine for which DriveWorks Live is to listen.

The drop down box will automatically populate with all IPV4 and IPV6 addresses found on the machine DriveWorks Live is installed on.

Select * to enable DriveWorks Live to listen through all addresses found.

Port Number

This is the number of the port number used by DriveWorks Live to connect to the Address.

The Port number will need to be open in the machines firewall.

Virtual Directory (Optional)

Used when a virtual directory appears after the URL entered in the web browser to direct to the DriveWorks Live machine.

Example

/Virtual Directory Name/

SSL (Advanced)

Having this setting checked will allow DriveWorks Live to use the SSL certificate.

See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms733791.aspx for configuring a Port with an SSL certificate.

Windows Firewall

Click the Add Exception button to prevent Windows Firewall from blocking communication attempts.

Only applies to Windows firewall

Mail Server Settings

Mail Server Settings in DriveWorks Live, when applied, will allow DriveWorks Live to send an email to the Administrator when the maximum number of licenses in use has been exceeded.

This facility allows Administrators to understand the frequency this occurs and plan appropriately for future license shortfalls by obtaining additional licenses or planning the most effective use of existing licenses.

From Email Address

The email address that will appear in the From field of the sent email.

e.g DriveWorksLive@company.com

Administrator Email Address(es)

The email address of the person responsible for administering DriveWorks Live.

Multiple Administrators email addresses are separated with a semi-colon

e.g admin1@company.com; admin2@company.com; admin3@company.com

Server

This is the name of the SMTP server (smtp.mycompany.com) which will be used to send the email.

Port

This is the port number for out going mail. 25 is the standard port used, however check with your system administrator as the port may have been blocked.

Requires SSL

Check this option if you require the email to be sent using a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) connection. An SSL connection helps protect email sent between the mail client and the server.

User Name

This is the username used to logon to the mail server.

Password

This is the password used to logon to the mail server.

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