About Network Registration

Using the Main Page
Selecting a User or Group
Viewing Machines
Signing Off

Registering a Machine
Selecting the Location
Selecting a Building Subnet
Entering Machine Info
Setting Protections
Submit the Registration

Editing a Machine
Editing Basic Information
Setting Protections
Adding DNS Resources
Adding DHCP Options
Deleting a Machine

Setting Protections
Editing User/Group Rights
Adding a User
Adding a Group
Deleting a User or Group

Searching Machines


hardware address - (sometimes called MAC address or ethernet address) All ethernet cards, whether wired or wireless, have a 12-digit hexidecimal number (which means it can contain the letters A through F in addition to numerals) that uniquely identifies it. When you connect your machine to the network, the network uses this number to verify that your machine is registered. For information on how to find your card's hardware address, see Finding Your Hardware Address. An example of a hardware address is 00E02938A48C, sometimes also written as 00:E0:29:38:A4:8C.

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