Terminal ID Manager is a Management and Security Server Add-on product that enables you to conserve terminal ID resources by providing IDs to client applications at runtime.
In addition to setting up Terminal ID Manager in the MSS Administrative Console, further configuration must be done in theto set up and manage terminal IDs.
Refer to the Terminal ID Manager Guide for the complete set of configuration steps.
Use the options on this panel to set the location of the Terminal ID Manager server.
On the machine where Management and Security Server is installed, open the Administrative Console to .
NOTE:To access the Terminal ID Manager configuration panel in the Administrative Console, you must install the Terminal ID Manager activation file on the same machine -- even if you installed Terminal ID Manager on a separate machine.
Check, and enter the server information.
If you do not see the , the Terminal ID Manager activation file is not installed. To install:. check box
In the Administrative Console, open .
Click activation.terminal_id_manager-12.7.<n>.jaw from your download location., and upload
Checkto encrypt the data between the Terminal ID Manager and the browser, as well as the connections between Terminal ID Manager and a client (Host Access for the Cloud or Reflection for the Web). You may see a warning if the certificate is not recognized.
You can use a full server name or the full IP address.
Enter theof the server where Terminal ID Manager was installed.
During an automated installation, the default port isfor HTTP and for HTTPS.
Note the tidm.. The default is
This entry is used in the URL that accesses the Terminal ID Manager server.
Click the Terminal ID Manager Console. You will be prompted for the administrator login.to open the
Note: You can also open the Terminal ID Manager from the menu.
Use theto define the server settings and to configure pools to manage terminal IDs. Open Help for assistance.
At first, you may notice a red server status: Server database not yet configured. If so, you need to set up the database. Follow the steps in the Terminal ID Manager Console Help.
Once the database is configured, the status changes to green: Server database available, and you can continue configuring your Terminal ID Manager.
To complete the configuration, use the Terminal ID Manager Guide.