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Directory Import Processor

Directory Import Processor
Foundation 22.1

To view the products registered for the current workstation only, maximize the System Status dialog box. The System Status dialog box is always available in the main Client window. If it is minimized, it is displayed in the lower left corner of the main Client window.

At the bottom of the System Status window is a list of all products registered on the workstation and a status message for each.

To view the products registered for any workstations that have logged in to OnBase and revoke product registrations:

  1. In the OnBase Client, select Workstation Registration from the Admin | User Management menu. The Products Registered for Workstation dialog box is displayed.
    The left pane of the screen displays a list of the workstations that have, at any time, been logged on to OnBase. The current workstation is shown at the top of the list and marked with an asterisk (*).
  2. In the left pane, select the workstation to view the products registered for.

    To filter the workstations displayed in the left pane, type the first few letters of the Workstation Name in the Filter field. The list is filtered to show only those workstations with a name that begins with the letters typed.

    The right Products Registered pane displays all products registered for the selected workstation.
  3. To revoke a product registration, select the product registration to revoke in the right Products Registered pane and click Revoke.
  4. To re-register a workstation, delete the old workstation by selecting it in the left Workstations pane and clicking Delete. All product rights held by the deleted workstation are returned to the list of available licenses found in the Products Registered drop-down list. This forces the user logging on from that workstation to register the workstation the next time they attempt to log on.