TÉLÉCHARGER VIEWER AUTOVIEW

TÉLÉCHARGER VIEWER AUTOVIEW

TÉLÉCHARGER VIEWER AUTOVIEW

These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

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Plug one end of a UTP patch cable 4-pair, up to 30 meters into the selected port and plug the other end into the RJ connector of the IQ module. After about one minute, the switch completes initialization and displays the OSCAR graphical user interface Free tag on the local port monitor. Point your web browser to the default IP address to access the device. Enter the appropriate addressing information for your network. To connect a serial IQ module to a serial device: 1.

Connect the power supply to the power connector on your serial IQ module. The cable expander can be used to turn on to four serial IQ modules from a single power supply.

Connect the serial IQ module power supply to a grounded AC wall outlet. Turn on your serial device. See Chapter 6 for detailed instructions. See Chapter 4 for detailed instructions on using the on-board web interface for switching.

Table 2. Consult the manual for your firewall for specific port forwarding instructions. Ethernet connection LEDS The green LED, labeled Link, illuminates when a valid connection to the network is established at the maximum supported rate and blinks when there is activity on the port. The amber LED illuminates when you are communicating at a slower rate when using an Ethernet connection.

If neither LED is illuminated, connection speed is at a rate of 10 Mbps. An amber LED illuminates when that port is selected. The LEDs blink during a firmware upgrade. The serial IQ module prevents a serial break from the attached device if the module loses power. However, a user can generate a serial break with the attached device by pressing Alt-B after accessing the Terminal Applications menu. To ensure that the local mouse movement and remote cursor display remain in sync, mouse acceleration must be set to none for all user accounts accessing a remote system through a KVM switch.

Mouse acceleration must also be set to none on every remote system. Special cursors should not be used and cursor visibility options, such as pointer trails, Ctrl key cursor location animations, cursor shadowing and cursor hiding, should also be turned off.

This port enables you to connect a keyboard, monitor and mouse to the switch for direct access. The Port column indicates the port to which a target device is connected. Selecting a target device Use the Main dialog box to select a target device. To select a target device: Double-click the target device name, EID or port number.

If you are denied access to the target device, a message will appear saying that you can not view that particular target device. To select the previous target device: Press Print Screen and then Backspace. This key combination toggles you between the previous and current connections. This leaves the user in a free state, with no target device selected.

The status flag on your desktop displays Free. Soft switching Soft switching is the ability to switch target devices using a hotkey sequence. You can soft switch to a target device by pressing Print Screen and then typing the first few characters of its name or number. To soft switch to a target device: Press Print Screen. If the display order of the Main dialog is by port the Port button is depressed , type the port number and press Enter.

To switch back to the previous target device, press Print Screen then Backspace. The following table describes the status symbols. Table 3. Connected target device is powered down or is not operating properly, and the IQ module is offline. Connected switch is online. Connected switch is offline or not operating properly. Doing so may render the module permanently inoperable and require the IQ module to be returned to the factory for repair.

For instance, in Figure 3. Opens the Help screen for the current dialog box.

Closes the current dialog box without saving changes and returns to the previous one. If the Main dialog box is displayed, pressing Escape closes the OSCAR interface and displays a status flag if status flags are enabled. See the Commands Dialog Box Functions on page 31 for more information. In a message box, pressing Escape closes the pop-up box and returns to the current dialog box. Opens dialog boxes, selects or checks options and executes actions when used with underlined or other designated letters.

Closes current dialog box and returns to previous one. Selects the OK button, then returns to the previous dialog box. In a text box, single-clicking an entry and pressing Enter selects the text for editing and enables the Left and Right Arrow keys to move the cursor.

Press Enter again to quit the Edit mode. Toggles back to previous selection. Status flag displays Free. This only applies to the 0 zero on the keyboard and not the numeric keypad. Immediately turns on Screen Saver mode and prevents access to that specific console, if it is password protected.

Moves the cursor from line to line in lists. Moves the cursor between columns. When editing a text box, these keys move the cursor within the column. Pages up and down through Name and Port lists and Help pages.

Moves the cursor to the top or bottom of a list. Erases characters in a text box. Deletes current selection in the Scan list or characters in a text box. Deletes from the current selection to the end of the list when editing a Scan list.

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Type from the keyboard or keypad. Use the Shift key to change case. Test AC outlets at the target device and monitor for proper polarity and grounding. Use only with grounded outlets at both the target device and monitor. Rack Mount Safety Considerations Elevated Ambient Temperature: If installed in a closed rack assembly, the operating temperature of the rack environment may be greater than room ambient. Use care not to exceed the rated maximum ambient temperature of the switch. Reduced Air Flow: Installation of the equipment in a rack should be such that the amount of airflow required for safe operation of the equipment is not compromised.

Mechanical Loading: Mounting of the equipment in the rack should be such that a hazardous condition is not achieved due to uneven mechanical loading.

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Circuit Overloading: Consideration should be given to the connection of the equipment to the supply circuit and the effect that overloading of circuits might have on overcurrent protection and supply wiring. Consider equipment nameplate ratings for maximum current. Consideration should be given to the connection of the equipment to the supply circuit and the effect that overloading of circuits might have on overcurrent protection and supply wiring.

Reliable Earthing: Reliable earthing of rack mounted equipment should be maintained. Pay particular attention to supply connections other than direct connections to the branch circuit for example, use of power strips. Reliable earthing of equipment should be maintained. Turn on the power and verify that all connections are working. Make the appropriate mouse setting adjustments.

Figure 2. Locate the power cord that came with the switch and plug one end into the power socket on the rear of the switch.

Plug the other end into an appropriate AC wall outlet. The grounding plug is an important safety feature. You must install both a keyboard and mouse on the local ports or the keyboard will not initialize properly. Attach the color-coded connectors of an AVRIQ module to the corresponding keyboard, monitor and mouse ports on the server you will be connecting to the switch. After approximately one minute, the switch completes initialization and displays the OSCAR graphical user interface Free tag on the local port monitor.

Connect the other end of the CAT 5 patch cable to the desired port on the back of your switch. Power up your serial device. Setting up your network for the on-board web interface AutoView switching systems that have the on-board web interface use IP addresses to uniquely identify the switch and the target devices.

Avocent recommends that IP addresses be reserved for each switch and that they remain static while the AutoView switches are connected to the network. The amber LED illuminates when you are communicating at a rate of Mbps when using an Ethernet connection. If neither LED is illuminated, connection speed is at a rate of 10 Mbps. An amber LED illuminates when that port is selected. The LEDs blink during a firmware upgrade.

Before using the web interface to access the switch, first specify an IP address through the SETUP port on the back panel of the switch. To ensure that the local mouse movement and remote cursor display remain in sync, mouse acceleration needs to be set to none for all user accounts accessing a remote system using a KVM switch.

Mouse acceleration should also be set to none on every remote system. Special cursors should not be used and cursor visibility options, such as pointer trails, Ctrl key cursor location animations, cursor shadowing and cursor hiding should also be turned off. This port enables you to connect a keyboard, monitor and mouse to the switch for direct access. Targets can be identified by customizable names. The Port column indicates the port to which a target device is connected.

The Main dialog box will appear. Disconnect the KVM session. Access the Commands dialog box. The following table describes the status symbols. Table 3. Connected target device is powered down or is not operating properly and the AVRIQ module is offline. Connected switch is online. Connected switch is offline or not operating properly. Doing so may render the module permanently inoperable and require the AVRIQ module to be returned to the factory for repair.

For instance, in Figure 3. Selecting target devices Use the Main dialog box to select target devices. To select target devices: Double-click the target device name, EID or port number. If the display order of your list is by port Port button is depressed , type the port number and press Enter.

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This key combination toggles you between the previous and current connections. This leaves the user in a free state, with no target device selected. The status flag on your desktop displays Free. Soft switching Soft switching is the ability to switch target devices using a hotkey sequence. You can soft switch to a target device by pressing Print Screen and then typing the first few characters of its name or number.

The Main dialog box appears. Click Setup - Menu. The Menu dialog box appears. For Screen Delay Time, type the number of seconds of delay desired before the Main dialog box is displayed after Print Screen is pressed. Click OK. To soft switch to a target device: 1. Press Print Screen. If the display order of the Main dialog is by port Port button is depressed , type the port number and press Enter.

To switch back to the previous target device, press Print Screen then Backspace. Opens the Help screen for the current dialog box. Closes the current dialog box without saving changes and returns to the previous one. If the Main dialog box is displayed, pressing Escape closes the OSCAR interface and displays a status flag if status flags are enabled.

See Controlling the status flag in this chapter for more information. In a message box, pressing Escape closes the pop-up box and returns to the current dialog box. Opens dialog boxes, selects or checks options and executes actions when used with underlined or other designated letters.

Closes current dialog box and returns to previous one. Selects the OK button, then returns to the previous dialog box. In a text box, single-clicking an entry and pressing Enter selects the text for editing and enables the Left and Right Arrow keys to move the cursor.

Press Enter again to exit. Toggles back to previous selection. Immediately disengages user from a target device; no target device is selected.

Status flag displays Free. This only applies to the 0 zero on the keyboard and not the numeric keypad. Immediately turns on Screen Saver mode and prevents access to that specific console, if it is password protected. Moves the cursor from line to line in lists.

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Moves the cursor between columns. When editing a text box, these keys move the cursor within the column. Pages up and down through Name and Port lists and Help pages. Moves the cursor to the top or bottom of a list.

Erases characters in a text box. Deletes current selection in the Scan list or characters in a text box.

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Type from the keyboard or keypad. Use the Shift key to change case. Select the Names button when initially setting up your switching system to identify target devices by unique names. Select the other setup features to manage routine tasks for your target devices from the OSCAR interface menu. Change display, timing, color or location of the status flag. Simultaneously send mouse movements and keystrokes to multiple target devices.

Set up a custom Scan pattern for up to 16 target devices. Set passwords to protect or restrict access or enable the screen saver. Set the keyboard country code to send to Sun servers.

Identify the appropriate number of ports on an attached cascade switch. Identify target devices by unique names. Click Setup to open the Setup dialog box.

The Names list is always sorted by port order. You can toggle between displaying the name or the EID number of each AVRIQ module, so even if you move the target device to another port, the name and configuration will be recognized by the switch.

Click Setup - Names to open the Names dialog box as shown in Figure 3. The mouse cursor will change into an hourglass during the update. No mouse or keyboard input will be accepted until the list update is complete. To assign names to target devices: 1. In the Names dialog box, select a target device name or port number and click Modify to open the Name Modify dialog box as shown in Figure 3. Type a name in the New Name box. Solution intéressante qui permet à l' étudiant de récupérer une version imprimable du diaporama.

Voilà un premier état des possibilités, il en existe d'autres que mes petits camarades de jeu se feront un plaisir de vous indiquer. En fait, ça ne marche presque jamais car il existe des incompatibilités entre les versions de Moodle, les versions de PowerPoint ou de MS Office.

Et ça ne marche pas non plus si les "diapos" PowerPoint sont trop complexes animations, présence d'images, etc. Autrement dit, cette fonctionnalité ne sert à rien. Elle ne devrait plus figurer dans les versions actuelles de Moodle, comme je l'ai dit plusieurs fois sur le forum international de Moodle.

Mais les habitudes ont la vie dure!