MagicInfo Lite Edition Server
MagicInfo Lite Edition
Server User Manual
MagicInfo is divided into 3 product groups; Author, Server and Client. MagicInfo Lite Edition Server
is a web-based administration tool used to administer contents and devices, and process content
scheduling and deployment.
Content
01 Before You Start
Major Functions..............................................4
System Requirements.....................................6
Installing and Removing..................................7
Installing.............................................................7
Removing............................................................11
Restrictions.....................................................12
Backing Up and Restoring the MagicInfo Lite Server 15
Backup.................................................................15
Restore.................................................................19
02 Login
View All................................................................49
Creating Playlists...................................................49
Previewing Playlists...............................................54
Editing Playlists ....................................................55
Deleting Playlists...................................................56
Playlist Group Management................................. 57
Managing Playlist Groups Based on the Authority to Manage
Playlist...................................................................57
View by Group....................................................58
Create Group........................................................58
View Recycle Bin.................................................62
All Playlists..........................................................62
By User.................................................................62
Server Access.................................................20
Sign Up...........................................................21
Lite Playlist Log................................................... 64
Considerations for Sign Up....................................21
Searching Playlists............................................... 65
03 Screen Layout
Menu Layout...................................................22
Menu Layout Components................................... 23
Main Menu............................................................23
Admin Menu.........................................................23
Shortcut................................................................23
Notice...................................................................23
04 Content Management
Menu Layout...................................................25
Content..........................................................26
My Contents........................................................26
View All................................................................26
Content Registration..............................................27
Editing Contents ..................................................31
Deleting Content...................................................33
More.....................................................................33
Previewing Contents............................................ 36
Searching Contents............................................. 37
General Search.....................................................37
Custom Search.....................................................37
Content Group Management................................ 38
Managing Content Groups Based on the Authority to
Manage Content....................................................38
View by Group ...................................................39
Create Group........................................................39
By Type...............................................................43
View Recycle Bin.................................................44
All Contents.........................................................45
By User.................................................................45
By Type................................................................47
Content Log........................................................48
Searching by Event Occurrence Time.....................48
Lite Playlist......................................................49
My Playlist...........................................................49
Searching by Event Occurrence Times...................65
General Search.....................................................65
05 Schedule Management
Menu Layout...................................................67
Lite Content Schedule.......................................... 67
Creating Schedules...............................................67
Setting Scheduled Contents...................................78
Moving Scheduled Contents..................................81
Editing Content Schedules.....................................81
Deleting Content Schedules...................................82
Additional Content Schedule Functions................. 82
Content Schedule Details..................................... 83
Searching Content Schedules............................... 83
General Search.....................................................83
View by Group ...................................................84
Create Group........................................................84
View Recycle Bin.................................................88
Lite Content Schedule Log................................... 89
Searching by Event Occurrence Time.....................89
Lite Message Schedule....................................90
View All Schedules............................................... 90
Creating Message Schedules.................................90
Editing Message Schedules....................................93
Deleting Schedules................................................93
Additional Message Schedule Functions................ 93
Message Schedule Details.................................... 94
View by Group ...................................................95
Create Group........................................................95
View Recycle Bin.................................................99
Searching Message Schedules.............................. 99
General Search.....................................................99
06 Device Management
Key Functions of Device..................................100
View All Lite Device............................................. 101
Monitoring............................................................101
Edit Column..........................................................103
General.................................................................104
Time.....................................................................105
Network................................................................108
System Info..........................................................108
System Setup.......................................................109
Display.................................................................110
View by Group....................................................112
Create Group........................................................112
Devices that generated a fault recently................ 116
Deleting Roles.......................................................158
Exporting Role Information....................................158
08 Setting
Setting............................................................159
Manage User Info...........................................160
View User Information......................................... 160
Manage Password............................................... 161
Withdraw Membership......................................... 161
Transfer Administrator Privileges.......................... 162
Faulty Devices List.................................................116
View Alarm Occurrence Devices.............................117
View Unapproved Lite Device................................118
Search Device.......................................................119
Server Settings................................................164
Alarm Rule......................................................121
View System Info............................................165
License Information........................................166
View Alarm Occur. Rule Reg. & Deployment......... 121
Register Alarm Occurrence Rule.............................121
Editing Alarm Occurrence Rules.............................122
Delete Alarm Occurrence Rules..............................122
Deploying Alarm Rules..........................................123
View Alarm Occur. Rule Deployment Status.......... 124
Manage Alarm Process Rule................................. 125
Register Alarm Processing Rule..............................125
Editing Alarm Processing Rules..............................126
Deleting Alarm Processing Rules............................126
Software Management....................................127
View Software Reg. & Deployment....................... 127
Registering Software.............................................127
Editing Software....................................................128
Deleting Software.................................................129
Deploying Software...............................................129
View Software Deployment Status....................... 130
Managing Software in MagicInfo Lite Edition Server.131
Updating Software................................................131
View Log List by Device....................................... 135
Device Log............................................................135
Log.................................................................136
View Log List by Server....................................... 136
View Service History............................................ 137
07 User Management
User Management and Role Settings...............138
View All Users.....................................................139
Adding Users........................................................140
Changing User Role...............................................141
Changing User Groups..........................................142
Deleting Users......................................................143
Exporting User Information...................................143
Editing and Viewing User Information....................143
Searching Users....................................................145
View by Group....................................................146
Create Group........................................................146
Unapproved Users............................................... 150
Approving Users....................................................150
Rejecting a User Approval......................................151
Recently Withdrawn Users................................... 152
Role................................................................153
Role Types..........................................................153
Adding Roles.........................................................154
Viewing Role Details..............................................156
Editing Roles.........................................................157
Is Alarm Mailing Enabled..................................... 164
SMTP Server Address.......................................... 164
Device Refresh Interval........................................ 164
Server License Info.............................................. 166
Registering a Standard LFD Device by Adding a License
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09 About Server
Content Registration............................................ 168
Setting Devices...................................................171
Registering Schedules.......................................... 173
LFD Setting.........................................................177
General.................................................................177
Network................................................................177
System Info..........................................................178
System Setup.......................................................178
Display.................................................................178
MagicInfo Lite Edition
Server
01
Before You Start
Major Functions
The MagicInfo Lite Edition Server is a web-based management tool that manages
content and devices and organizes and publishes content. A user can connect to
the server and control devices remotely and organize content with various effects
using their web browser.
Tips
-- Server Access
Open a web browser and enter http://(Server
IP):(Server Port)/MagicInfo in the URL bar to move to
the login screen.
E.g. The MagicInfo in (http://192.168.0.***:7001/
MagicInfo) is case-sensitive.
Managing media content
∙∙ Register and manage media (photo, video, music, LFD, VideoWall, document,
Flash and PDF) files saved on your PC.
∙∙ Registered contents can be scheduled and deployed to devices.
∙∙ Registered contents can be downloaded to a user PCs.
∙∙ Content information can be modified and deleted.
∙∙ Content items can be registered and managed in different categories (View by
Group, By Type); content items can be searched using a variety of keywords.
∙∙ Groups can be created to manage contents in groups.
∙∙ Content logs can be searched to view all content events (add, delete, edit)
that have taken place on the server.
∙∙ Content information can be converted to an Excel or PDF file and saved on a
user PCs.
∙∙ Select a content item from the content list to preview it as a thumbnail image
or video in Preview.
Playlist Creation
∙∙ Contents registered on the server can be organized into a single playlist for
normal or random playback. Multiple contents can be managed as a single
content item.
∙∙ Specify the screen transition effects when playing image content.
∙∙ Groups can be created to manage playlists in groups.
Remote Device Monitoring
∙∙ Device information (Device Name, On Air Content, Current Schedule) and on/off
status can be viewed in real time.
∙∙ Registered devices can be deleted.
∙∙ Different images representing the real-time status of individual devices to
indicate default content playback, scheduled content playback, panel-off and
server disconnection.
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Remote Display Control
∙∙ Configure the general settings, system settings and display settings; and view
network and system information about an LFD device.
Managing Faulty Devices
∙∙ Alarms or faults are notified on the server at times; the rules to be applied in
the processing of such alarms and faults can be registered.
∙∙ Devices experiencing alarms and faults can be processed after the alarm or fault
type is checked.
∙∙ A device communicates alarms and faults to the server when certain conditions
are identified. The definition of such conditions can be registered.
Remote Software Update
∙∙ Applications installed on devices are updated. Alarm occurrence rule files which
notify the server of alarms and faults are automatically updated.
∙∙ MagicInfo Lite Edition Server allows you to register and manage the software
update file for MagicInfo Lite Client.
∙∙ Software registered on the server can be deployed to devices through
scheduling.
∙∙ Update files can be updated automatically or through scheduling.
∙∙ Software is automatically downloaded to perform update when a device is
connected to the server or at a set time.
Content Schedule Creation and Management
∙∙ Contents can be scheduled to be played at a desired time.
∙∙ Daily/Weekly/Monthly schedules can be created.
∙∙ Make a playlist with various types of content so that they can be played like a
single content item.
∙∙ Background music can be set for various scheduled data.
∙∙ Operation of scheduled data can be viewed and managed.
∙∙ Deployment status of a selected schedule can be viewed, and deployment can
be cancelled.
∙∙ Schedules can be deployed to selected devices and device groups.
∙∙ Groups can be created to manage content schedules in groups.
∙∙ All content schedule events (add, delete, edit) that have taken place on the
server can be viewed in Contents Schedule Log.
Terminology
-- What is LFD?
LFD refers to a Large Format Display which
displays information.
Scheduling Messages
∙∙ Created messages can be played on a selected device or device group
immediately or at a scheduled time.
∙∙ Specify the font size and color of a message.
∙∙ Message background image, position, scrolling, and moving speed can be set.
∙∙ Groups can be created to manage message schedules in groups.
∙∙ Messages to be played can be previewed.
User Management and Role Setting
∙∙ All server users can be searched and managed.
∙∙ Create groups and manage users on a group basis.
∙∙ Administrators can create roles for users of server menus and assign them to
different users.
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System Requirements
Hardware
CPU : Dual Core 2.5 GHz or greater
RAM : 2048 MB or greater
200 GB or greater
Software
Internet Explorer 7.0 or later (8.0 recommended)
System
Windows 2003
Windows XP Professional SP3
Windows Vista
Windows 7
Windows Server 2008
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Installing and Removing
Caution
-- Precautions for Program Installation
Installing
Select an installation language.
MagicInfo Lite Server can only be installed under
a Windows administrator account. (Applicable
only on a Windows Vista or Windows 7 operating
system.) MagicInfo Lite Server requires
PostgreSQL. Install the PostgreSQL program
before installing Server.
-- Precautions for PostgreSQL
Installation
Run the MagicInfo Lite Server setup file.
The initial screen is displayed as shown on the left.
Click Next.
To install PostgreSQL properly, the Secondary
Logon service must be activated on the PC where
the application will be installed. (Applicable only
on a Windows Vista or Windows 7 operating
system.)
To install PostgreSQL properly, go to Start –
Control Panel – User Accounts – User Account
Control Settings and move the slider down to
Never Notify. (Applicable only on a Windows Vista
or Windows 7 operating system.)
Ensure you do not forget the PostgreSQL port and
administrator account password configured during
PostgreSQL installation as they are required to
install Server.
Tips
-- Selecting an Installation Type
The installation process can vary depending
on the Setup Type. This manual describes the
installation process based on when Complete is
selected for Setup Type.
-- Custom
Select the ‘I accept the terms of the license
agreement’ option and Click ‘Next’
Specify the program installation type and path, and
click Next.
Select Custom from Setup Type and click Next.
The following screen will appear.
Select the checkboxes of the functions you want
to install, and click Next.
The same installation process is applied when
both WAS and DB are selected and when
Complete is selected for Setup Type.
-- If only WAS is selected under Custom
Select only WAS under Custom and click Next to
open the following screen.
Enter your user information.
Enter the database server IP and password to
access database.
Click Next to open the screen where you can enter
user information.
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Specify the Java installation path.
This step will be skipped if only DB was selected
under Custom for Setup Type.
Tips
-- Installing Java
Select the existing path if Java is already installed
on the PC where Server will be installed.
If Java is not installed, it will be installed
automatically when Server is installed.
-- If only DB is selected under Custom
Specify the path where PostgreSQL is installed.
Specify the PostgreSQL path, and click Next to
open the following screen.
This step will be skipped if only WAS was selected
under Custom for Setup Type.
Enter the password of the PostgreSQL administrator
account.
This step will be skipped if only WAS was selected
under Custom for Setup Type.
Enter the WAS server IP that will be connected
to DB. Click Next to open the screen where you
can enter the PostgreSQL administrator account
password.
Caution
Enter the port for PostgreSQL.
This step will be skipped if only WAS was selected
under Custom for Setup Type.
-- Entering the PostgreSQL Administrator
Account Password
Enter the PostgreSQL administrator account
password that was configured during PostgreSQL
installation. It will be used as the Password for
PostgreSQL Magicinfo user account for a server
backup and recovery.
-- Entering the PostgreSQL Port
Enter the PostgreSQL port that was configured
during PostgreSQL installation.
Enter the Password for PostgreSQL magicinfo user
account.
-- Entering the magicinfo User Account
Password for PostgreSQL
In PostgreSQL MagicInfo Lite Edition Server
creates a database named magicinfo. To access
the database, add the ‘magicinfo’ user account to
PostgreSQL. The password for this ‘magicinfo’ user
account must be entered.
Tips
-- Selecting an IP from Multiple IPs
FTP Server Name : Enter the FTP Server Name.
HTTP Port : Set the Http port to use on the server.
FTP Port : Set the FTP port to use on the server.
FTP IP: Specify the FTP IP for the server.
Multiple IPs exist if there is more than one
network card on the PC where the Server will
be installed. Select an IP that will be used on
the Server from the screen displayed after the
magicinfo user account password was entered.
This step will be skipped if only DB was selected
under Custom for Setup Type.
Click Next.
This step will be skipped if only DB was selected
under Custom for Setup Type.
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Set the content streaming port.
This step will be skipped if only DB was selected
under Custom for Setup Type.
Create an organization for MagicInfo Lite Edition
Server.
Enter an organization name.
This step will be skipped if only WAS was selected
under Custom for Setup Type.
Caution
-- Creating administrator IDs
Administrator IDs must be between 5 and 20
characters. Administrator passwords must be
between 8 and 50 characters. You cannot use
more than 3 of the same number or character
consecutively.
Passwords must contain both letters and numbers.
Create an administrator account for managing the
created organization.
Set the administrator ID and password.
This step will be skipped if only WAS was selected
under Custom for Setup Type.
-- Entering e-mail addresses
Be sure to enter the entire e-mail address.
E.g. samsung@samsung.com
Enter the administrator’s name and e-mail address.
This step will be skipped if only WAS was selected
under Custom for Setup Type.
Set the SMTP IP to be used for e-mail notification of
alarms, temporary passwords and user rejections.
Select “Enable” to open the SMTP IP setup screen.
Select “Disable” to continue with the installation.
This step will be skipped if only DB was selected
under Custom for Setup Type.
Enter a SMTP IP address for e-mail notification of
alarms.
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The setup information is displayed.
Click ‘Next’ to proceed to the next step.
Tips
-- Configuring each web‘ browser
version after the installation
Microsoft Internet Explorer - ‘Tools’ - ‘Internet
Options’
Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0, 8.0
Install all Java software required to operate MagicInfo
Lite Edition Server. The installation is performed
automatically.
Go to “Search History” -
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set “Temporary
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Go to “Advanced”
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“International”
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The installation of the application is progressing.
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Click ‘Finish’ to finish the installation.
Make sure to restart the system when the installation
is completed.
This is required to configure the system correctly.
When the system is restarted, the MagicInfo Lite Edition Server service starts and
you can connect to MagicInfo Lite Edition Server using a web browser.
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Removing
Tips
Click Start - Settings - Control Panel - Add/Remove
Programs.
Select the MagicInfo Lite Edition Server and click
Change/Remove.
Removing the application begins.
-- Precautions for software
uninstallation
To removing the program, make sure to close all
web browsers and applications.
Uninstalling the program will delete only MagicInfo
Lite Server and will not delete Java or PostgreSQL.
-- Uninstall using All Programs
Select Start - All Programs - MagicInfo Lite Server - Uninstall MagicInfo Lite Server to uninstall
the program.
-- Re-installing MagicInfo Lite Server
If Server is re-installed, the existing MagicInfo Lite
database will be removed and a new database will
be installed.
Click Yes in the deletion confirmation message box.
The removal of the application is progressing.
The removal of the application is complete.
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Restrictions
Login
∙∙ Server URL format is HTTP://(Server IP):(Server Port)/MagicInfo.
The server IP is the IP of the environment where the server is installed and port
number is the port number entered when the server was installed. (‘MagicInfo’
at the end of the address is case-sensitive.)
∙∙ Internet Explorer 8.0 is recommended for optimum server connection.
∙∙ The initial server deployment requires one Server Administrator ID and one
organization administrator for each organization.
∙∙ General users can log in after an administrator approval following sign-up.
∙∙ When signing up, user IDs must contain only letters (case sensitive) and
numbers.
∙∙ User IDs must be between 5 and 20 characters. Passwords must be between 8
and 50 characters.
Tips
-- Media Type
IMAGE
MOVIE
SOUND
LFD
VideoWall
Content - Content Management
∙∙ When the content registration screen is opened for the first time, Java Web
Start can be installed. Java Web Start must be installed to register local content
items on the server.
∙∙ The following media files can be registered: images, videos, sound, LFD,
Videowalls, Office, Flash and PDF. To edit content items, select only one content
item and click Edit.
∙∙ Scheduled content items and playlists cannot be deleted.
To delete such content items and playlists, delete the schedule first.
∙∙ Deleted content items and playlists are moved to “View Recycle Bin.” Contents
and playlists in View Recycle Bin can be recovered; however, content items and
playlists deleted in “View Recycle Bin” are permanently deleted.
∙∙ Appropriate codecs must be installed to preview images when uploading
content items using Java Web Start.
∙∙ Proxy settings can only be made when HTTP transmission is used for content
upload and download.
∙∙ Thumbnail images for Korean content items may not be visible when uploading
content items. In such a case, enable “Send UTF-8 URL” according to the
browser setting instructions on the right.
∙∙ Content items uploaded to PCs with an internal Intel graphics card may be
displayed as blank thumbnail images.
∙∙ When attempting to upload a file, the upload may fail if the file name uses
characters not recognized by the OS; for example, Korean files may not upload
if using an English version of Windows.
∙∙ Content items can be downloaded irrespective of the locale of the OS on a
device.
∙∙ If you disconnect while downloading content to a device, you can resume the
download from the last point.
OFFICE
FLASH
PDF
-- Restrictions for using content
On an LFD device for MagicInfo Lite Edition,
registered content such as photo, video, music,
document (PPT) and Flash files can be used.
To use LFD, VideoWall or PDF content, register a
standard LFD from the Server.
-- Configuring each web‘ browser
version after the installation
Microsoft Internet Explorer - ‘Tools’ - ‘Internet
Options’
Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0, 8.0
Go to “Search History” -
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Go to “Advanced”
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“International”
and check “Send
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Schedule - Schedule Management
∙∙ Schedules are deployed only to devices that are turned on and connected to
the server. (Schedules are automatically deployed to devices that are turned off
when the devices are turned on.)
∙∙ Schedules cannot be added to time periods that contain Schedule Constraints.
Device - Device Management
∙∙ If a server connection is not established when the power is on, the power is
displayed as ‘off’ in the monitor status (monitoring) window.
∙∙ Display configuration and system setup cannot be changed when a device is off.
∙∙ Panel On Time (<Lite Device> - <Display> - Panel On Time) indicates the
cumulative running time of the LFD since it was released from the factory. This
function is only available in products released after MXn.
∙∙ Search Device is available only for devices that are on the same network as the
server.
∙∙ Only LFDs that are in the same subnetwork as the server can be switched on
remotely.
∙∙ Alarm rules and software deployment reservations set for a time earlier than the
current time are applied immediately upon setting.
∙∙ New devices can only be approved by users with a Server Administrator’s
account (users with the user ID “admin”) or those belonging to the
Administrator group. When there is only one organization, approvals can be
made by the organization’s administrator. <Lite Device> - <View Unapproved
Lite Device>
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User - User Management
∙∙ An organization manager or a general user cannot view or modify users in an
organization. Only the server administrator (whose ID is “admin”) is authorized
to view or modify (edit or delete) users in an organization.
∙∙ Users in an organization can be modified (edited or deleted) using the User
menu. An organization can be renamed or deleted, but a new organization
cannot be created. Any modification (editing or deleting) of an organization
made using the User menu will be applied to the Content, Schedule, Device and
User menus.
∙∙ Withdrawn user accounts cannot be recovered by an administrator; reregistration is required (a password pop-up window is displayed when a
withdrawn user’s ID is entered in sign-up; enter the correct password to reregister).
∙∙ Depending on the role of general users, some menus may not be displayed.
∙∙ Users with their role set to “All” have the authority of a Server Administrator
or administrator. Such users can only be created by those authorized to create
users.
Setup - Personal Information Management, Server Setup, License Information
∙∙ Passwords can be changed in <Setup> - <Manage User Info.> - “<Manage
Password>.” The new password must be different from the old one. Three of
the same number or character cannot be used consecutively.
∙∙ Content items registered by a withdrawn member are not deleted.
∙∙ To delete an administrator’s account, the administrator’s role must be
transferred to another user first in <Setup> - <Manage User Info.> - <Transfer
Administrator Privileges>. For an administrator to delegate their role to another
user, the administrator and the user that will take over the role must belong to
the same organization.
∙∙ <Setup> - <Server Settings> - “Alarm Mailing Service” must be enabled to
issue a temporary password to a user.
∙∙ To use a standard LFD device from MagicInfo Lite Edition Server, a MagicInfo-i
Premium license must be entered.
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Backing Up and Restoring the MagicInfo Lite Server
When the MagicInfo Lite Edition Server is installed, Two (2) icons are created.
You can view the icons by clicking Start - Program - MagicInfo Lite - Server in
Windows.
Backup
Current settings and data in MagicInfo Lite Edition
Server can be backed up.
Restore
Backed-up settings and data in MagicInfo Lite Edition
Server can be restored.
Current settings and data may need to be saved when uninstalling MagicInfo Lite
Edition Server. In such a case, use the Backup or Restore function provided by
MagicInfo Lite Edition Server to save and back up settings and data.
Backup
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Current settings and data in MagicInfo Lite Edition Server can be backed
up.
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Tips
플레이어는 3개의 구성요소가 있습니다.
Select a 15
drive to back up to, enter the magicinfo database password
registered
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Backup button to start data backup.
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Periodic Backup with Task Scheduler in Windows
You can back up the MagicInfo Lite Edition Server settings and data periodically
using the Task Scheduler function in Windows.
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플레이어는 3개의 구성요소가 있습니다.
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14구성요소가 있습니다.
플레이어는
3개의
monthly).
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플레이어는 3개의
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10 backup date and time, and click Next.
Specify the
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플레이어는 3개의
15구성요소가 있습니다.
Specify the
10 user that will run the scheduled task. Enter the user name
and password, and click Next.
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Tips
-- dbpassword
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Ensure you enter the magicinfo user account
password (that was configured during Server
installation) as the dbpassword in the Run field.
In the displayed Magicinfo-i Server Backup configuration window, go
to the Task tab and enter -savepath:(drive name) –dbpassword(db
password) in the Run field. (e.g.: if you want to back up the C drive
and the db password is magicinfo, you can enter -savepath:C:\
-dbpassword:magicinfo.)
Click OK.
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레이어는 3개의 구성요소가 있습니다.
10
You can check that MagicInfo-i Server Backup has been added in the
Scheduled Tasks window.
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Restore
Backed-up settings and data in MagicInfo Lite Edition Server can be
restored.
1 플레이어는 3개의 구성요소가 있습니다.
Backed-up data is saved in “C:\backup” in folders assorted by backup
date and10time.
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-- Password for the Restore Directory
플레이어는 3개의 구성요소가 있습니다.
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‘Enter the MagicInfo database password.’
Select the folder containing the data you want to use for restoring, click
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the OK.
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Tips
14구성요소가 있습니다.
플레이어는 3개의
15
10
Click the Restore button after entering the magicinfo database password
registered
during MagicInfo Lite Edition Server installation to start
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restoration.
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플레이어는 3개의 구성요소가 있습니다.
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The restoring
12 is completed.
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MagicInfo Lite Edition
Server
02
Login
Tips
-- Server Access
N.B. The MagicInfo in (http://192.168.0.***:7001/
MagicInfo) is case-sensitive.
Caution
-- Administrator Log-in
To log in as an organization administrator after
the initial installation, the administrator ID and
password registered during installation must be
entered. For security, change the password in
<Setup> - <Manage User Info.>.
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. will not be liable
for any loss or damage due to not changing the
password.
Server Access
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2
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2
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Open a web browser and enter http://(Server IP):(Server Port)/MagicInfo
in the URL bar to move to the login screen.
플레이어는 3개의 구성요소가 있습니다.
Enter 10
a user ID and password and click the Login button(
)
to move to the main screen.
11 create a user account to use MagicInfo Lite Edition Server
(You must
10
if you don’t have a user ID.
After sign
12 up, you can log in following an approval by the
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administrator.
플레이어는 3개의 구성요소가 있습니다.
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-- Approve User
General users can login following an approval
by the administrator. The following message is
displayed when login is attempted without an
approval by the administrator.
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Sign Up
Caution
Click the Sign Up button (
) on the Login screen to move to the Sign Up
screen.
User information, ID and password can be registered on the Sign Up screen.
-- Checkpoints for Creating IDs
A user ID can only contain alphabets and
numbers, and is case-sensitive.
A user ID must be between 5 and 20 characters. A
password must be between 8 and 50 characters.
Considerations for Sign Up
When entering an ID, the Check ID button (
플레이어는 3개의
3개의 구성요소가
구성요소가 있습니다.
있습니다.
플레이어는
플레이어는
3개의
구성요소가
to check
if the
entered 있습니다.
ID is already in use.
플레이어는 3개의 구성요소가 있습니다.
) must be pressed
The password must contain both letters and numbers; no more than
2 consecutive numbers can be used and the same character must
not be repeated more than 2 times in a row.
Fields marked with * must be completed.
Select the organization you belong to.
After completing the required fields, click the Save button (
sign up.
) to complete the
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MagicInfo Lite Edition
Server
Screen Layout
03
Menu Layout
In the home screen that appears when a connection to the Server is established,
you can view the main menu, administration menu, shortcuts and notices.
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Menu Layout Components
Tips
Main Menu
-- Role Setting
The main menu used in MagicInfo Lite Edition Server; various functions of
MagicInfo Lite Edition Server can be used through the items on this menu.
The administrator designates a role to each user
of the server. Menus are not displayed to general
users without the required role.
Moves to the main screen.
Contents can be registered and managed.
Event schedules for contents registered on the server can be deployed to a
registered device or managed.
New devices can be approved; registered devices can be managed and
monitored; device information can be viewed; and the system and display
can be remote controlled.
All users of the server can be managed and roles of users can be edited.
Manage a user’s personal information and the Server’s general details.
Admin Menu
User ID
Go to [Setting] - [Manage User Info.] - [View User Information], and
view or modify personal information.
Logs out.
Shortcut
Links to frequently used menus are provided for fast and easy access.
(Manage Playlist, Unapproved User Management)
-- Home Screen Button
( ) : Moves to a menu page.
( ) : Minimizes the window.
( ) : Renews the window.
Notice
Click on the list to view the notices.
A list of notices can be searched.
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Notice Registration
Click
Tips
to view a list of notices.
-- Posting Important Notices
Notices set as “Important” are displayed in a
different color on top of the Notice list.
Click (
) to move to the input screen.
Title
Important
Posting period
Enter the title of the notice.
Select this field if the notice to be posted is
important.
Set the time to post.
Always
Select this mode to display the notice in the Home
screen for an indefinite period.
Select
Set the period to post the notice by clicking
( ).
Intended Readers
Set the scope of users authorized to read
the notice.
ALL
Can be read by all users that use the server.
Selected Group
Can only be read by the users under a specified
group.
Click (
) to save. Notices can be checked on the main screen in MagicInfo Lite
Edition Server.
Deleting a Notice
Select the notice(s) to delete on the notice list and click (
selected notice(s).
) to delete the
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MagicInfo Lite Edition
Server
04
Content Management
Menu Layout
Tips
Content
Content items can be viewed, registered and
managed.
My Contents
Content items registered by the user can be
managed by group and type.
All Contents
Content items registered by other users in the
same organization can be managed by user and
type.
Content Log
The history of added, modified or deleted content
items is displayed.
Lite Playlist
-- Menu Layout
Playlists can be viewed, created and
managed.
My Playlist
Playlists registered by the user can be managed by
group.
All Playlists
Playlists registered by other users in the same
organization can be managed by user.
Lite Playlist Log
The history of added, modified and deleted playlists
is displayed.
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Content
Content items to deploy to LFD devices can be edited (add, modify, delete) and
searched on the server, and managed by group and type. Also, content logs
generated on the server for added, deleted and modified content items can be
viewed.
A user authorized to manage content can modify or delete content registered
by other users in the same organization. To modify or delete content, go to “All
Contents.”
My Contents
Content items registered by the user can be managed by group and type in View
All, View by Group and By Type. However, content items registered by other users
are not displayed.
View All
Content items can be registered on the server; all content items registered by the
user can be viewed and managed.
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Content Registration
Click the Add button (
) to view the content upload window.
Click the Add Content button (
) to open the Open File window.
Terminology
-- What is LFD?
Select the type of files to upload in Files of type (Flash, image, LFD, Videowall,
video, Office, PDF, sound, All Files).
Select files to upload and click the Open button to add the files to the Content
Uploader window.
LFD refers to a Large Format Display which
displays information.
-- LFD content and VideoWall content
LFD content refers to content created using
MagicInfo-i Premium Edition Author, while
VideoWall content refers to content created using
MagicInfo VideoWall.
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Tips
-- Group Setting
Content items can be assigned to various groups
for more efficient management.
1
Uploads the contents on the upload list to the server.
2
Selects a file transfer mode. (HTTP, FTP)
3
Proxy setting is possible if the file transmission method is HTTP.
4
Content items saved on the PC can be searched and registered.
If a group is not specified, the content items will
be assigned to the default group.
5
Delete the selected content from the upload list.
Default group name: default
6
All content items on the upload list are deleted.
7
File transmission speed is displayed.
-- Content Name
If a content file is selected, the file name will
automatically be registered as the content name.
Double-click on a file on the upload list to adjust the content settings.
Content Name
Enter a content name.
Content File
Click the Browse button ( ) to re-register
content files.
Group
Click the Browse button ( ) to assign the
files to a group.
Meta Data
Click the Save button (
the settings applied.
Enter the metadata of the content.
) to register the content on the content upload list with
Terminology
-- What is Meta Data?
Meta data is data for data. It refers to data
which accompanies data, which is structured
information, for its analysis and categorization and
to add supplementary information.
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Adding Multiple Files
Double-click on an Office file or Flash file on the upload list to add an attachment.
Terminology
-- What are Multiple Contents?
Contents can be divided into single files and
multiple files with sub-folders.
Multiple contents are contents with multiple files
and sub-folders.
(e.g. In the case of Flash contents, multiple
contents are SWF files and contents with MP3 and
images in sub-folders)
As shown above, the icons at the bottom can be used to add files and folders or
delete them from the attachment list. If required, new folders can be created on
the attachment list.
Files are added to the attachment list. Click to open the Open window.
Folders and their contents are added to the attachment list. Click to open the
Browse Folders window.
A new folder is added to the attachment list.
A selected file or folder is deleted from the attachment list.
All files and folders on the attachment list are deleted.
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Select a file or folder on the Open window.
Open window
Browse Folders window
Double-click the folder you want to add to view its sub-files.
Click the Save button (
) to register a content item on the uploader list.
Click the Start Upload button (
Click the OK button (
) to transfer the content files to the server.
) to complete content registration.
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Editing Contents
Select a registered content item and click the Edit button (
Edit Content window.
) to move to the
Tips
-- How to Replace Content Files
Click the Edit button (
) to the right of a File
Name and open the Content Editor window.
Then, click the Content File Search button (
) and replace the content file. Set the Upload
Method and click the Start Upload button (
) to transfer the file. File editing is completed upon
completion of file transfer.
-- Adding Attachments and SubContents
When an Office or Flash file is selected on the
MagicInfo-i Content Editor window, attachments
can be added in the same way as contents are
uploaded on the MagicInfo-i Content Uploader
window.
The Version, Last Modified Date and File Name of the content file can be viewed.
Version is a number assigned to a edited content file in the order of editing.
Click the Apply button (
) to apply the selected content version.
-- 3 Ways to Edit Groups of contents
Select a content item on the content list on
the ‘View All’ menu and click the Edit button (
).
Select a content item on the contents list on the
‘View All’, click (
) from the 4 buttons
above, and use the Change Group menu.
On the ‘View All’ menu, use the Change button (
) at the bottom of the Preview box on
the right.
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Tips
-- Content Version
When a content file is edited, the original version
is displayed as V.1 and the edited file is displayed
as V.2.
Version is a number assigned to an edited content
file in the order of editing.
-- Media Type
IMAGE
MOVIE
Content Name
The name of a registered content item can
be edited.
SOUND
Version
The version of a content file is displayed.
LFD
Last Modified Date
The last modified date of a content item is
displayed.
VideoWall
Media Type
The type of a content item is displayed.
Resolution
The resolution of a content item is displayed.
Playing Time
The running time of movie content, such as a video
or Flash, is displayed.
Total Size
The size of a content file is displayed.
File Name
The name of a content file is displayed.
(Click the Edit button (
) to replace a
content file.)
Creator
The creator of a content item is displayed.
Group
The group to which a registered content
item belongs is displayed.
(Click the Change button (
) to edit the
group to which a content item belongs.)
Meta Data
The description of a content item can be
edited.
Click the Save button (
OFFICE
FLASH
PDF
) to finish editing the content.
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Deleting Content
Select a content item to delete and click the Delete button (
).
Caution
-- What to Remember When Deleting
Contents
2
Content assigned to a playlist or schedule cannot
be deleted. Be sure to delete the schedule before
you delete the content.
1
Verify the content to be deleted and click the OK button (
content.
) to delete the
More
Other functions, including Download, Change Group, Export and Delete All, are
available.
Tips
-- More - Export
Content file information is converted to an Excel
or PDF file and stored on the user’s PC. Content
name, Media Type and Last Modified Date can be
viewed.
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Downloading Contents
Select a content item to download, click the More button (
‘Download’.
) and select
Terminology
-- HTTP
HTTP is the acronym for HyperText Transport
Protocol and refers to an online hyper-text
communications regulation.
It is an application protocol required to send and
receive HTTP (text, graphic image, sound, video
and other multimedia files) related to TCP/IP.
2
-- FTP
FTP is the acronym for File Transfer Protocol
(protocol for standard file transfer on the Internet)
and enables sending and receiving of files
between a user’s local system and remote system.
1
Tips
-- Set Proxy
To configure the proxy setting, set the
transmission method to HTTP and click the Set
Proxy buttonn (
).
The Content Downloader window is displayed.
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2
4
3
5
7
6
1
Starts the content download.
2
The order of content download can be changed.
Select a content item and click the arrow button to move the content in the direction
of the arrow.
3
File transfer mode is selected (HTTP, FTP).
4
Proxy setting can be used if the file transmission method is HTTP.
5
The path to download content is selected.
6
Continued Download and Re-Download are available if the content to be downloaded
already exists on the PC.
7
Closes the content download window.
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Change Group
Select a content item for group editing, click the More button (
‘Change Group’.
) and select
Tips
-- Content Group Management
The content group is designed to be personalized
by users. Therefore, you can only manage your
group.
2
1
Select a group to change and click the OK button (
change.
) to complete the group
Export
Content information can be converted to an Excel or PDF file and exported to a PC.
Click the More button (
) to choose from Excel or PDF in the Export menu.
Select the file format you require.
Excel
PDF
Tips
-- Deleting All Registered Contents
Click the More button (
‘Delete All’.
Content information (Content Name, Media Type, Last Modified Date) is converted
to a document form.
) and select
Click the OK button to delete all registered
contents.
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Previewing Contents
Click a created content item to preview the content item on the right side of the
screen.
2
Tips
-- Content Version
When a content file is edited, the original version
is displayed as V.1 and the edited file is displayed
as V.2.
Version is a number assigned to an edited content
file in the order of editing.
-- Media Type
1
IMAGE
MOVIE
SOUND
1
3
2
1
A selected content item is downloaded to the
user’s PC.
2
A selected content item is edited.
3
The thumbnail image of a selected content item
is displayed.
4
The name of a selected content item is
displayed.
OFFICE
5
The media type of a selected content item is
displayed.
(IMAGE, Video, SOUND, LFD, Videowall,
OFFICE, FLASH, PDF)
FLASH
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5
6
7
8
9
10
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The resolution of a selected content item is
displayed.
7
The running time of video or Flash content is
displayed.
8
The last modified date of a selected content
item is displayed.
9
The file size of a selected content item is
displayed.
10
The author of a selected content is displayed.
11
The version of a selected content item is
displayed.
12
The group of a selected content item is
displayed.
(Click the Change button (
) to change
the group.)
13
The meta data of a selected content item is
displayed.
(Click the Change (
) to change meta
data.)
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LFD
VideoWall
PDF
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Searching Contents
Tips
General Search
-- Recent Searches
The 10 most recent searches are displayed.
Enter the name of a content item and click the
Search button (
) to view the information
for the content item.
Custom Search
-- My Search
Enter a keyword and click Save Search (
) Click “Save” to save the search results in My
Search.
-- Shared Search
Click the Custom Search button (
contents using a variety of keywords.
) on the Content menu screen to search
Click the (
) button to view the Save
Searched Word window.
-- Search Management Buttons
( ) : Moves to the Advanced Search screen.
( ) : Deletes search results.
( ) : Moves to the Save Search Conditions
settings screen. (Whether to share search
results can be specified)
The user selects an appropriate keyword and sets search conditions.
-- Searching Logs
To search logs by period, click the calendar button
(
Media Type
Contents are searched by media types, such
as Image, Video and Sound.
Creator
Contents are searched by registered
Creators.
Group
Contents are searched by different groups.
Keyword
Contents are searched by entering a
keyword.
Last Modified Date
Contents are searched by the last modified
date.
Recent Searches
The 10 most recent searches are displayed.
My Search
Search results can be saved. Saved search
results can be shared with other users if
Share is enabled.
Shared Search
Search results are shared with other users.
After setting the search conditions, click the Search button (
content log for the search conditions.
).
To go back to the previous screen after searching
logs, click the Search Again button (
).
)to view the
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Content Group Management
Content groups are strictly individualized and managed independently of schedules,
devices or user groups. Thus, the content menu is displayed differently depending
on whether or not the user is authorized to manage content, irrespective of the
user type.
Managing Content Groups Based on the Authority to Manage
Content
The menu for viewing content by user is enabled in All Contents. Content registered
by other users can be viewed, modified and deleted. However, groups of other
users cannot be changed or deleted. A user authorized to manage content can use
the following menu items:
Viewing All
Contents
-- Content Group Management
Even if you are an administrator, you cannot
create, modify or delete other users’ content
groups. You can only manage (create, modify,
delete) your own group.
To manage your group, click “Edit.”
-- Creating Lower Groups and Same
Groups
Groups can be created as lower groups and same
groups.
For a User Authorized to Manage Content
Viewing My
Contents
Tips
Editing Groups
To create a same group, select a group on the
same line and click “Add Group to the same level”
(
). Click “OK” when the group
has been added.
To create a lower group, select a group which will
be the higher group and click “Add Group to the
low level” (
). Click “OK” when the
group has been added.
-- Authority for Managing Content
Refer to the “User Management” section herein for
details about the authority for managing content.
Caution
For a User Not Authorized to Manage Content
The menu for viewing content by user is disabled in All Contents. Content
registered by other users can be viewed only. A user not authorized to manage
content can use the following menu items:
Viewing My
Contents
-- Creating or deleting groups
A duplicate group name cannot be used when
creating groups (the same group name can be
used by a different user).
Deleting a higher group will delete all of its lower
groups. Content items in the deleted group are
moved to “View Recycle Bin.”
Editing Groups
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View by Group
Content items registered on the MagicInfo Lite Edition Server are managed on the
basis of content groups created by users.
Tips
-- Creating Lower Groups and Same
Groups
Groups can be created as lower groups and same
groups.
Create Group
Content items can be assigned to different groups for more efficient management.
A group contains a higher group and multiple lower groups. The default higher
group is “default.”
Creating Higher Groups
To create a group at the same level, select a
group on the same line and click “Add Group to
the same level” (
). Click “OK”
when the group has been added.
To create a lower group, select a group which will
be the higher group and click “Add Group to the
low level” (
). Click “OK” when the
group has been added.
A “default” group is initially displayed in View by Group (this group cannot be
deleted).
Click “Edit” in View by Group to open the Change Group window.
Caution
-- Creating or deleting groups
A duplicate group name cannot be used when
creating groups (the same group name can be
used by a different user).
Deleting a higher group will delete all of its lower
groups. Content items in the deleted group are
moved to “View Recycle Bin.”
To create a higher group, select a group on the same line and click “Add Group to
the same level” (
).
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Enter a group name and click the check button ( ).
Click OK (
) in the Change Group window to finish creating the higher group.
Creating Lower Groups
Click “Edit” in View by Group to open the Change Group window.
Select a parent group and click Add Group to the low level (
).
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1
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Enter a group name and click the check button ( ).
Click OK (
)on the Change Group window to finish creating the lower group.
Select a group in “View by Group” to view the contained content items.
Content items can be divided into groups for more efficient management.
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Deleting Groups
Click “Edit” in View by Group to open the Change Group window.
Select a group to delete and click Delete (
).
Caution
-- Creating or deleting groups
A duplicate group name cannot be used when
creating groups (the same group name can be
used by a different user).
Deleting a higher group will delete all of its lower
groups. Content items in the deleted group are
moved to “View Recycle Bin.”
2
1
Click OK (
) on the Change Group window to finish deleting the group.
Changing Group Names
Select a group to rename and click Rename (
1
).
2
Enter the new group name and click the check button ( ).
Click OK (
) on the Change Group window to finish renaming the group.
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By Type
Contents registered on the server are displayed by the type.
Tips
-- Content Types
IMAGE
All contents classified as an Image are arranged
and displayed.
IMAGE
MOVIE
All video contents with any of the following
extension are displayed: ASF, AVI, MPEG, TS, TRP,
M2V
MOVIE
SOUND
All sound contents with any of the following
extension are displayed: MP3, OGG, WAV, MP2,
AC3, PCM
LFD
Contents created using MagicInfo-i Premium
Edition Author; the extension LFD is given.
LFD contents are made up of a LFD script file and
various media files.
SOUND
LFD
VideoWall
OFFICE
VideoWall
View videowall content with a VML extension
created using MagicInfo VideoWall Author.
FLASH
OFFICE
Contents with any of the following extensions are
displayed : PPT, XLS, DOC, PPTX, XLSX, DOCX
PDF
FLASH
Flash contents with the extension SWF are
displayed.
PDF
PDF contents with the extension PDF are
displayed.
e.g. Sound files grouped and displayed
-- LFD content and VideoWall content
LFD content refers to content created using
MagicInfo-i Premium Edition Author, while
VideoWall content refers to content created using
MagicInfo VideoWall.
Terminology
-- Videowall
A single content can be played on multiple
screens to create a so-called Videowall.
e.g. Office files grouped and displayed
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View Recycle Bin
Deleted content items will be moved to “View Recycle Bin.”
A deleted content item can be restored or permanently deleted.
1
2
3
1
A selected content item is restored.
2
A selected content item is permanently deleted.
3
All contents are permanently deleted.
Tips
-- Caution When Deleting Contents
Deleted content items are not permanently
deleted but moved to “View Recycle Bin.” Note
that content items deleted in View Recycle Bin are
permanently deleted.
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All Contents
When installing MagicInfo Lite Edition Server, an organization can be created by
entering an organization name and the organization administrator ID and password.
Then an administrator for the organization can be created.
If you log in with the organization administrator’s account or the account of a user
authorized to View, Create and Manage in Role of the Content menu, you can view
and edit content items registered by other users in the same organization in “By
User” and “By Type.”
However, if you log in as a general user, content items registered by other users can
be viewed only.
By User
Click “By User” to view a list of IDs of users in the same organization as the
organization administrator.
Click on a user ID to view the content items registered by the user.
Editing User Content
To edit a content item registered by other users in the same organization, select the
content item you want to edit and click Edit (
).
Content name, file name and meta data can be edited.
Even administrators cannot create, modify or delete other users’ content groups.
Their own groups can only be managed (create, modify, delete).
Click Save (
) to finish editing the content item.
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Deleting User Content
To delete a content item registered by other users in the same organization, select
the content item you want to delete and click Delete (
).
Click OK (
) to finish deleting the content item.
Downloading User Content
Select the content item you want to download, click More (
Download. The content downloader window will appear.
1
2
) and select
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3
Tips
-- Set Proxy
Set the transmission method to HTTP and click the
Set Proxy button (
) to use proxy setting.
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7
6
1
Starts the content download.
2
The order of content download can be changed.
Select a content item and click the arrow button to move the content in the direction
of the arrow.
3
File transfer mode is selected (HTTP, FTP).
4
Proxy setting can be used if the file transmission method is HTTP.
5
The path to download content is selected.
6
Continued Download and Re-Download are available if the content to be downloaded
already exists on the PC.
7
Closes the content download window.
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Exporting User Content Information
Information on content items registered by other users in the same organization
can be converted to an Excel or PDF file and exported to PCs.
Click More (
) to open the Excel and PDF menu on the “Export” menu. Select
Excel or PDF to convert and save the content information in the selected format.
Deleting All User Content
All content items registered by other users can be deleted. Click More (
and select “Delete All.”
Click OK (
)
) to delete all content items registered by a user.
By Type
Click the “By Type” menu to view a list of media types, including image, video and
sound.
Content items registered by other users in the same organization can be viewed
and managed by media type.
Select “Image” to view all image content items registered by all users in the same
organization.
The user who registered content items is displayed in “Creator.”
Content items can be edited (modify, delete) by type. Click More (
download, export (Excel, PDF) or delete all content items.
) to
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Content Log
All content events (add, delete, edit) that have taken place on the server can be
viewed.
Export
Content logs can be converted to an Office
file and saved on the user’s PC.
Event Occurrence Time
Content logs can be searched using a
calendar.
View All
The logs of all contents are displayed.
Tips
-- Exporting Content Logs
Content logs can be converted to an Excel or PDF
file and saved on the user’s PC.
Searching by Event Occurrence Time
Click on the calendar icon ( ) to open a calendar.
Select the date of log to search and click the View button (
).
The log (Event Type, Event Occurrence Time, User ID) of the content event that
took place on the searched date can be viewed.
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Lite Playlist
Terminology
A playlist (Playlist) to be deployed to LFD devices can be registered to the server,
modified (added, edited or deleted), viewed or managed on a group basis. Also,
playlist logs generated on the server for added, deleted and modified playlists can
be viewed.
Organization administrators can edit (add, modify or delete) playlists registered by
general users: they simply go to All Playlists - “By User”.
-- Playlist
Contents registered on the server can be
organized into a single content and played in
order. A variety of contents can be managed as
a single content. Effects can be applied to each
content item on a playlist for smooth playback as
a single content.
My Playlist
Playlists registered by the user can be managed by group in View All and View by
Group. However, playlists registered by other users cannot be viewed.
View All
All playlists created by the user can be viewed and managed.
Creating Playlists
Click the New button (
) to create a playlist.
Playlist Name
The name of a playlist to create is set.
Group
A playlist to create is designated to a group.
Meta Data
The description of a playlist to create is set.
Shuffle
Contents can be shuffled.
Add Content
A content can be added to a playlist to
create.
Delete
Contents added to a playlist can be selected
and deleted.
Click the Add Content button (
-- What is Shuffle?
Content on a playlist can be set to be played in
the order of registration or randomly.
).
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Select content to add to a playlist.
Tips
-- Adding content
A playlist (Playlist) can contain photo, video,
document (PPT) and Flash content files. Music,
LFD and PDF content can be used on a standard
LFD, not on an LFD for MagicInfo Lite. To use
such content on a standard LFD, the LFD must be
registered to the server.
For further details about registering and using a
standard LFD device, go to <Setting> - <License
Information> in the user guide and see the
“Registering a Standard LFD Device by Adding a
License” section.
Click on the My Contents or All Contents category on the left and select a content
item.
Content items registered by the user can be viewed and registered in the lower
menu of “My Contents.” Click on the lower menu of “All Contents” to view and
register content items registered by other users in the same organization by user
and type.
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-- Content Search Browser
To search for a content item, enter the content
name and click Search (
).
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All the currently displayed content items are added to the list of content items to be
added to the playlist.
2
The selected content is added or deleted in the list of content items to be added to the
playlist.
3
All the content items are deleted from the list of content items to be added to the
playlist.
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Select and add a content item.
Click the Add button (
) to move to the add effects window.
You can change the order of content items in the created list in one of the following
two ways.
1. Change the order by dragging with the mouse.
Drag and drop a content item to the marked position as below. The content item
will be rearranged to that position.
Terminology
-- Drag & Drop
2
‘Drag’ is common computer terminology, which
means to click and drag an icon or object to a
desired location.
Click on an icon or object and, while holding down
the mouse button, move the icon or object to the
desired location.
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Tips
-- How to Delete Content
1. Select a content item and click the ‘Delete’
button on the top right.
2. Select a content item and change its order using the left and right direction
buttons.
2. Right-click on a content item and select ‘Delete’.
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To delete a content item from the list, select the content item, right-click with your
mouse and click Delete (
) from the context menu, or click the Delete button
(
) in the top right corner while the content item is selected.
You can play each content item included in a playlist more naturally by inserting an
effect to the beginning and end of playback of the content item.
You can insert an effect to a content item by clicking the Effect button
(
) below the content item or clicking the Effect button (
the top right corner while the content item is selected.
) in
The Effect Settings window is displayed.
Tips
-- Adding effects
Effects can be added to photos only.
-- Apply this setting to all content in this
playlist
To apply the same effects to all Content on a
playlist, check the ‘Apply this setting to all content
in this playlist’ box at the bottom of the Effect
Settings window.
Effect
Select effects when playing content.
Content Duration
Enter each content item’s total playing time,
which will be displayed in the Playlist.
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Click the Save button (
) to apply the effects to the selected contents.
After settings are completed for the contents on the playlist, click the Save button (
) to create the new playlist.
Playlist Name, Meta Data and Last Modified Date can be viewed on the Playlist
Manager screen.
Select a created playlist to view its details on the right-side of the screen.
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Previewing Playlists
Click a created playlist to preview the playlist on the right side of the screen.
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Here are the functions of the Playlist Preview screen.
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1
Click the Edit button (
Edit Playlist screen.
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The thumbnail image of a playlist is displayed.
3
The name of a playlist is displayed.
4
The last modified date of a playlist is displayed.
When a playlist file is edited, the original file
is displayed as Version 1 and the edited file is
displayed as Version 2.
In short, version numbers are given in the
ascending order of the editing of a file.
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The number of content items included in a
playlist is displayed.
Terminology
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The total playback duration is displayed.
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The file size is displayed.
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The Creator that registered a playlist is
displayed.
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The version of a playlist is displayed.
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The group to which a playlist belongs is
displayed.
) to edit
(Click the Change button (
groups.)
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The meta data of a playlist is displayed.
(Click the Change (
) to change the meta
data.)
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3
4
7
8
9
) to move to the
Tips
-- Playlist Version
-- What is Meta Data?
Meta data is data for data.
It refers to data which accompanies data,
which is structured information, for its analysis
and categorization and to add supplementary
information.
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Editing Playlists
Select a registered playlist and click the Edit button (
playlist.
) to edit the selected
Playlist Name
The name of a playlist can be edited.
Group
The group to which a playlist belongs can be
edited.
Meta Data
Meta data can be edited.
Shuffle
The play mode of a playlist can be set.
(Shuffle, Play Sequentially)
Version
The version of a playlist file can be edited.
The Version of a playlist is a number indicating the order of its editing.
The Version of a file can be edited to restore the file to the state before editing.
Tips
-- Playlist Version
When a playlist file is edited, the original file
is displayed as Version 1 and the edited file is
displayed as Version 2.
In short, Version numbers are given in the
ascending order of the editing of a file.
Click the Add Content button (
) to add or delete a content item on a
playlist, and also edit the effects applied to the content item.
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Select a content item to delete and click the Delete button (
content item from the list.
) to delete the
Tips
2
1
-- Considerations before Deleting
Playlists
Deleted playlists can be restored in “View Recycle
Bin.”
Caution
-- When Deleting Contents
To complete the editing, click the Save button (
A playlist registered on a schedule cannot be
deleted. In such a case, delete the schedule first
before deleting the playlist.
).
Deleting Playlists
Select a playlist to delete and click the Delete button (
).
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1
Ensure that the selected playlist is the one you want to delete and click the OK
button (
) to delete the playlist.
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Playlist Group Management
Playlist groups are strictly individualized and managed independently of schedules,
devices or user groups.
Thus, the playlist menu is displayed differently depending on whether or not the
user is authorized to manage playlist, irrespective of the user type.
Managing Playlist Groups Based on the Authority to Manage
Playlist
For a User Authorized to Manage Playlist
Viewing All Playlists
-- Playlist Group Management
Even administrators cannot create, modify or
delete other users’ playlist groups. Their own
groups can only be managed (create, modify,
delete).
To manage (create, modify or delete) your own
group, click “Edit.”
-- Creating Lower Groups and Same
Groups
Groups can be created as lower groups and same
groups.
The menu for viewing playlist by user is enabled in All Playlists. Playlist registered
by other users can be viewed, modified and deleted. However, groups of other
users cannot be changed or deleted. A user authorized to manage playlist can use
the following menu items:
Viewing My Playlist
Tips
Editing Groups
To create a same group, select a group on the
same line and click “Add Group to the same level”
(
). Click “OK” when the group
has been added.
To create a lower group, select a group which will
be the higher group and click “Add Group to the
low level” (
). Click “OK” when the
group has been added.
Caution
-- Creating or deleting groups
A duplicate group name cannot be used when
creating groups (the same group name can be
used by a different user).
For a User Not Authorized to Manage Playlist
Deleting a higher group will delete all of its lower
groups. Playlists in the deleted group are moved
to “View Recycle Bin.”
The menu for viewing playlist by user is disabled in All Playlists. Playlist registered
by other users can be viewed only.
A user not authorized to manage playlist can use the following menu items:
Viewing My
Playlists
Editing Groups
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View by Group
Playlists registered on the MagicInfo Lite Edition Server are managed on the basis
of playlist groups created by users.
Tips
-- Creating Lower Groups and Same
Groups
Groups can be created as lower groups and same
groups.
Create Group
Playlists can be assigned to different groups for more efficient management.
A group contains a higher group and multiple lower groups. The default higher
group is “default.”
Creating Higher Groups
A “default” group is initially displayed in View by Group (this group cannot be
deleted).
Click “Edit” in View by Group to open the Change Group window.
To create a same group, select a group on the
same line and click “Add Group to the same level”
(
). Click “OK” when the group
has been added.
To create a lower group, select a group which will
be the higher group and click “Add Group to the
low level” (
). Click “OK” when the
group has been added.
Caution
-- Creating or deleting groups
A duplicate group name cannot be used when
creating groups (the same group name can be
used by a different user).
Deleting a higher group will delete all of its lower
groups. Playlists in the deleted group are moved
to “View Recycle Bin.”
To create a higher group, select a group on the same line and click “Add Group to
the same level” (
).
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Enter a group name and click the check button ( ).
Click OK (
)on the Change Group window to finish creating the higher group.
Creating Lower Groups
Click “Edit” in View by Group to open the Change Group window.
Select a group to be the higher group and click Add Group to the low level (
).
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1
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Enter a group name and click the check button ( ).
Click OK (
)on the Change Group window to finish creating the lower group.
Select a group in View by Group to view the playlists in the selected group.
Playlists can be divided into groups for more efficient management.
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Deleting Groups
Click “Edit” in View by Group to open the Change Group window.
Select a group to delete and click Delete (
).
Caution
-- Creating or deleting groups
A duplicate group name cannot be used when
creating groups (the same group name can be
used by a different user).
Deleting a higher group will delete all of its lower
groups. Playlists in the deleted group are moved
to “View Recycle Bin.”
2
1
Click OK (
) on the Change Group window to finish deleting the group.
Changing Group Names
Select a group to rename and click Rename (
).
2
1
Enter the new group name and click the check button ( ).
Click OK (
) on the Change Group window to finish renaming the group.
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View Recycle Bin
Deleted playlists are moved to “View Recycle Bin.”
A deleted playlist can be restored or permanently deleted.
1
2
3
1
A selected playlist is restored.
2
A selected playlist is permanently deleted.
3
All playlists are permanently deleted.
Tips
-- Caution When Deleting Playlists
Deleted playlists are not permanently deleted but
moved to “View Recycle Bin.”
Note that playlists deleted in “View Recycle Bin”
are permanently deleted.
All Playlists
When installing MagicInfo Lite Edition Server, an organization can be created by
entering an organization name and the organization administrator ID and password.
Then, an administrator for the organization must be created.
If you log in with the organization administrator’s account or the account of a user
authorized to View, Create and Manage in Role of the Playlist menu, you can view
and edit playlists registered by other users in the same organization in “By User.”
However, playlists registered by other users can be viewed only if you log in as a
general user.
By User
Click “By User” to open a list of the IDs of users in the same organization as the
current user.
Click on a user ID to view the playlists registered by the user.
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Editing User Playlists
Select a playlist to edit and click Edit (
users in the same organization.
Click Add Content (
content item, click Effect (
) to edit playlists registered by other
) to add a content item. To edit effects applied to the
).
Select a content item to delete and click Delete (
content from the list.
) to delete the selected
Even administrators cannot create, modify or delete other users’ playlist groups.
Their own groups can only be managed (create, modify, delete).
Click Save (
) to finish editing the content item.
Deleting User Playlists
Select a playlist to delete and click Delete (
other users in the same organization.
Click OK (
) to delete playlists registered by
) to delete the playlist.
Exporting User Playlist Information
Information on playlists registered by other users in the same organization can be
converted to an Excel or PDF file and exported to PCs.
Click More (
) to open the Excel and PDF menu items on the “Export” menu.
Select Excel or PDF to convert and save the playlist information in the selected
format.
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Deleting All User Playlists
All playlists registered by other users can be deleted. Click More (
select “Delete All.”
Click OK (
) and
) to delete all the playlists registered by a user.
Lite Playlist Log
Tips
All playlist events (add, delete, edit) that have taken place on the server can be
viewed.
Export
Playlist logs are converted to Excel or PDF
files and saved on the user’s PC.
Event Occurrence Time
Dates can be entered to view the playlists
on which events have taken place during the
entered period.
View All
All playlist logs are displayed.
-- Exporting Playlist Logs
Log information on playlist files can be converted
to an Excel or PDF file and saved on the user’s PC.
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Searching by Event Occurrence Times
Click on the calendar icon ( ) to open a calendar.
Select the dates between which you want to search logs and click the Search
button (
).
The playlist logs (Event Type, Event Occurrence Time, User ID) created between
the entered dates can be viewed.
Searching Playlists
General Search
Enter a playlist name and click Search
(
) to view information on the playlist.
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MagicInfo Lite Edition
Server
Schedule Management
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Menu Layout
Schedules to be deployed to a registered device can be created, viewed and
managed.
Lite Content Schedule
Schedules of all registered contents can be searched, created and managed.
Creating Schedules
Click the New button (
) to create a schedule.
Creating a schedule includes configuring Basic Properties, Schedule Constraints
settings and a Content Schedule.
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플레이어는
3개의 구성요소가 있습니다.
Basic Properties
Tips
-- Background Music
If background music is set, only the images of
the content and the selected background music
are played.
-- Schedule Name
A duplicate schedule name is not allowed.
-- Default Content for Full Frame
Set a default content item to be displayed in the
full frame when no content schedules are running
on a device.
Default MagicInfo cube video is displayed if
“Default Content for Full Frame” is not set.
Caution
Schedule Name
Set the name of a schedule.
Schedule Group
Set the group to which a new schedule will
belong.
Select Device
Select a device.that will be registered to a
schedule.
Deploy with Reservation
Set the schedule deployment time.
Deploy Now
Deploy a schedule to a client immediately upon
registration on the server.
Time to Deploy
Set the time when a schedule will be deployed.
Default Content for Full
Frame
Set the default content to be displayed in full
frame mode.
Background Music
Select music content to be used as
background music for a schedule.
Description
Enter a description of a schedule.
Click the Next button (
-- Considerations before Setting
Reserved Deployment
If 'Deploy Now' is selected in Deploy with
Reservation, deployment time cannot be set.
Once Deploy with Reservation is set, all the
changes to the schedule since the last deployment
will be applied to the next deployment.
) when the basic properties are set.
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플레이어는 3개의 구성요소가 있습니다.
Schedule Constraints
Tips
This function prevents schedules from being added at set times.
Drag the time slots in which to set schedule constraints.
-- Schedule Constraints
Schedule Constraints setting is optional. If not
required, click the Next button (
).
The Schedule Constraints Settings window is displayed.
Weekly Repeat Settings
Set the Schedule Constraints in weekly units.
Schedule constraints are repeated on the
days that are checked in the week.
Time
Set the time slot during which Schedule
Constraints will be applied.
Area Constraints
Select a Schedule Constraints mode.
Finish setting the schedule constraints and click OK (
constraints in the timetable.
) to register the
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To modify or delete a schedule constraint registered on the timetable, click the
schedule constraint.
Tips
-- Turn Off Device Panel 1
Applied constraints will be displayed in the schedule as shown below:
During a time slot where Turn Off Device Panel is
set, a schedule can be created. However, content
assigned to the schedule will not be displayed
because the panel is turned off.
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Content Schedule Setting
Caution
Content schedules can be set in Daily, Weekly or Monthly units.
Daily
Daily schedule is set in increments of 30 minutes.
Select a date you want to set a schedule on and click the time period.
-- Free Disk Space
Free Disk Space displayed at the top of the
schedule indicates the available capacity of the
device with the smallest capacity among the
devices in the groups containing the current
schedule. The available capacity will be reduced
each time a content item is added to the schedule.
No more content can be added if the available
capacity reaches 0.
The Content Schedule setting window is displayed.
The time set in the timetable is the basic setting. You can adjust schedule times to
be more precise, in seconds, on the Content Schedule screen.
Period
Set the time period.
Time
Set the time.
Repeat
Set the schedule to be repeated. (Once,
Daily, Weekly, Monthly)
Select Content
Select the content you want to schedule.
Click the Select button (
) to view the Content selection window.
A content item or playlist can be selected.
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Select the type of the content item (Content or Playlist) you want to schedule using
tab 1 in the diagram below.
Click on category 2 and select a content group.
-- Selecting content
Content items registered by the user can be viewed in the lower menu of “My
Contents” for registration. To view and register content items registered by other
users in the same organization by user and type, click on the lower menu in “All
Contents.”
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Tips
3
Types of content that are available for scheduling
include photo, video, document (PPT) and Flash
files. LFD and PDF content can be used on a
standard LFD registered to the Server, not on an
LFD for MagicInfo Lite.
For further details about registering and using a
standard LFD device, go to <Setting> - <License
Information> in the user guide and see the
“Registering a Standard LFD Device by Adding a
License” section.
-- Content Search Browser
2
To search for a content item, enter the content
name and click Search (
).
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Select a content item or playlist from the content thumbnail images (category 3)
and click Select (
) to register the content item or playlist in the Content
Schedule window.
Click Save (
) on the Content Schedule window when content schedule
setting is finished.
The content schedule is added when all settings are completed.
Click Finish (
) to complete creating the content schedule.
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Weekly
Weekly schedule is set in increments of 30 minutes.
Click the time period on the date you want to set a schedule on.
Caution
-- Free Disk Space
Free Disk Space displayed at the top of the
schedule indicates the available capacity of the
device with the smallest capacity among the
devices in the groups containing the current
schedule. The available capacity will be reduced
each time a content item is added to the schedule.
No more content can be added if the available
capacity reaches 0.
The time set in the timetable is the basic setting. You can adjust schedule times to
be more precise, in seconds, on the Content Schedule screen.
Period
Set the time period.
Time
Set the time.
Repeat
Set the schedule to be repeated. (Once,
Daily, Weekly, Monthly)
Select Content
Select the content you want to schedule.
Click the Select button (
) to view the Content selection window.
A content item or playlist can be selected.
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Select the type of the content item (Content or Playlist) you want to schedule using
tab 1 in the diagram below.
Click on category 2 and select a content group.
-- Content Search Browser
Content items registered by the user can be viewed in the lower menu of “My
Contents” for registration. To view and register content items registered by other
users in the same organization by user and type, click on the lower menu in “All
Contents.”
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Tips
To search for a content item, enter the content
name and click Search (
).
3
2
4
Select a content item or playlist from the content thumbnail images (category 3)
and click Select (
) to register the content item or playlist in the Content
Schedule window.
Click Save (
) on the Content Schedule window when content schedule
setting is finished.
The content schedule is added when all settings are completed.
Click Finsh (
) to complete creating the content schedule.
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Monthly
A monthly schedule can be set. The current day is displayed in yellow. Click on the
date you want to set a schedule on.
Caution
-- Free Disk Space
Free Disk Space displayed at the top of the
schedule indicates the available capacity of the
device with the smallest capacity among the
devices in the groups containing the current
schedule. The available capacity will be reduced
each time a content item is added to the schedule.
No more content can be added if the available
capacity reaches 0.
The Content Schedule setting window is displayed.
The time set in the timetable is the basic setting. Schedule times can be adjusted to
be more precise, in seconds, on the Content Schedule screen.
Period
Set the time period.
Time
Set the time.
Repeat
Set the schedule to be repeated. (Once,
Daily, Weekly, Monthly)
Select Content
Select the content you want to schedule.
Click the Select button (
) to view the Content selection window.
A content item or playlist can be selected.
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Select the type of the content item (Content or Playlist) you want to schedule using
tab 1 in the diagram below.
Click on category 2 and select a content group.
Content items registered by the user can be viewed in the lower menu of “My
Contents” for registration. To view and register content items registered by other
users in the same organization by user and type, click on the lower menu in “All
Contents.”
Tips
1
-- Content Search Browser
3
To search for a content item, enter the content
name and click Search (
).
2
4
Select a content item or playlist from the content thumbnail images (category 3)
and click Select (
) to register the content item or playlist in the Content
Schedule window.
Click Save (
) in the Content Schedule window when the content schedule
settings are finished.
The content schedule is added when all settings are completed.
Click the Finish button (
schedule.
) to save and complete creation of the new content
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List
A list of schedules registered on the Daily, Weekly and Monthly timetables are
displayed. The period and time of content deployment can be viewed and schedules
can be edited or deleted.
2
3
4
1
1
A schedule can be edited or deleted.
2
Cancel schedule deployment.
3
Move to “Schedule Constraints” settings in the previous stage.
4
A schedule registered on the list is deployed.
A list of content schedules is displayed on the main screen when the content
schedule is successfully deployed.
Schedule Name
View the name of a content schedule.
Device Group
View the device group for a schedule that
will be played.
Last Deployed Date
View the last date a schedule was deployed.
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Setting Scheduled Contents
Click on a content schedule registered on the timetable to open the content
schedule setting menu.
Editing Schedules
Click on “Edit Schedule” to edit content schedules.
Period
Edit the period of a content schedule.
Time
Edit the time of a content schedule.
Repeat
Edit the repeat settings of a content
schedule.
(Once, Daily, Weekly, Monthly)
Select Content
Edit a content item.
When finished editing, click the Save button (
) to complete the editing.
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Bring to Top
When content schedules overlap, the order they are executed can be set.
Click on the content schedule to execute first and click on “Bring to Top”.
1
2
The selected content schedule is set to be executed first.
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Delete
A selected content schedule is deleted from the list of schedules.
To delete, click on the table of content schedule and select “Delete”.
1
2
Copying
A content schedule can be copied.
Click on a content schedule and select “Copy”, and then click on a desired time and
select “Paste”.
1
2

The content schedule is copied.
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Moving Scheduled Contents
Registered content schedules can be moved.
Drag and move a content schedule with the mouse to a desired location.
2
1
A moved content schedule can be returned to its previous place.
Click on a moved content schedule and click “Undo Move” to return the content
schedule to its previous place.
Tips
-- Undo Move
Even when a schedule is moved multiple times,
only the last move can be undone.
Editing Content Schedules
To edit, select a schedule registered on the server and click the Edit button (
).
2
1
Similar to creating a schedule, settings can be edited in Basic Properties, Schedule
Constraints and Content Schedule settings.
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Deleting Content Schedules
To delete, select a schedule registered on the server and click the Delete button (
).
2
1
Deleting a content schedule will assign the default schedules to the devices that
contained the deleted content schedule.
Additional Content Schedule Functions
Select a schedule you want to apply additional functions to and select the More (
) button.
2
1
Change Group
Change a selected content schedule group.
Save As
Save a selected content schedule in another
name.
Delete All
Delete all content schedules.
Export
Information on a selected content schedule
is converted to an Excel or PDF file and
saved on the PC.
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Content Schedule Details
Click on a schedule to view its details on the right of the screen.
1
2
3
4
5
1
Enter or edit the content schedule of a selected
schedule.
2
View the name of a selected schedule.
3
View the device group for a schedule that will
be played. The device group settings can be
changed by clicking the “Mapping” button.
4
View the last modified date of a schedule.
5
View the group a schedule belongs to. The group
can be edited by clicking the “Edit” button.
View whether a schedule is reserved.
(Exists, Does Not Exist)
Click the “Add” button to reserve a schedule.
6
6
Searching Content Schedules
General Search
Enter a content schedule name and click the
Search button (
) to view the information
on the entered content schedule.
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View by Group
Content schedules registered on MagicInfo Lite Edition Server are divided into
groups and managed.
Administrators can view and manage content schedules in groups the contents
schedules were assigned to when they were added.
Create Group
Content schedules can be assigned to groups for more effective management.
A group contains a higher group and multiple lower groups. The default higher
group is “default.”
Tips
-- Creating Lower Groups and Same
Groups
Groups can be created as lower groups and same
groups.
To create a same group, select a group on the
same line and click “Add Group to the same level”
(
). Click “OK” when the group
has been added.
To create a lower group, select a group which will
be the higher group and click “Add Group to the
low level” (
). Click “OK” when the
group has been added.
Creating Higher Groups
A “default” group is initially displayed in View by Group (this group cannot be
deleted).
Click “Edit” in View by Group to open the Change Group window.
Caution
-- Creating or deleting groups
A duplicate group name cannot be used when
creating groups (the same group name can be
used by a different user).
Deleting a higher group will delete all of its lower
groups. Content schedules in the deleted group
are moved to “View Recycle Bin.”
To create a higher group, select a group on the same line and click “Add Group to
the same level” (
).
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1
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Enter a group name and click the check button ( ).
Click OK (
)on the Change Group window to finish creating the higher group.
Creating Lower Groups
Click “Edit” in View by Group to open the Change Group window.
Select a group to be the higher group and click Add Group to the low level (
).
1
2
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Enter a group name and click the check button ( ).
Click OK (
)on the Change Group window to finish creating the lower group.
Select a group in View by Group to view the content schedules in the selected
group.
Content schedules can be divided into groups for more efficient management.
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Deleting Groups
Click “Edit” in View by Group to open the Change Group window.
Select a group to delete and click Delete (
).
Caution
-- Creating or deleting groups
A duplicate group name cannot be used when
creating groups (the same group name can be
used by a different user).
Deleting a higher group will delete all of its lower
groups.
Content schedules in the deleted group are moved
to “View Recycle Bin.”
2
1
Click OK (
) on the Change Group window to finish deleting the group.
Changing Group Names
Select a group to rename and click Rename (
).
1
2
Enter the new group name and click the check button ( ).
Click OK (
) on the Change Group window to finish renaming the group.
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View Recycle Bin
When a content schedule is deleted, “View Recycle Bin” is displayed.
Here, a deleted schedule can be restored or permanently deleted.
1
2
3
1
Restore a selected content schedule.
2
Permanently delete a selected content schedule.
3
Permanently delete all contents schedules.
Tips
-- Deleting content schedules
Deleted content schedules are not permanently
deleted but moved to “View Recycle Bin.”
Note that content schedules deleted in “View
Recycle Bin” are permanently deleted.
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Lite Content Schedule Log
All schedule events (create, delete, edit) that have taken place on the server can be
viewed.
1
2
1
Convert a content schedule log to an Excel file and save it on the user's PC.
2
Search content schedule logs for a selected date using a calendar.
3
Display content schedule logs for a specified time period.
4
Display all content schedule logs.
3
Tips
-- Exporting Content Schedule Logs
Save to a PC the log information about a content
schedule converted to Excel or PDF file format.
4
Searching by Event Occurrence Time
Click on the calendar icon ( ) to open a calendar.
Select the date of logs you want to search and click the View button (
).
The content schedule logs for the selected date are displayed.
(Schedule Name, Event Occurrence Time, Event Type, User Name)
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Lite Message Schedule
Message schedules can be created, viewed and managed.
View All Schedules
All schedules registered on the server can be created, viewed and managed.
Creating Message Schedules
Click the New button (
) to create a schedule.
플레이어는
3개의 구성요소가 있습니다.
Basic Properties
The name, group, playing time and play start time of a message schedule can be
set.
Message Title
Enter the name of a message schedule.
Message Group
Set the group of a message schedule.
Device Group
Set the device group of a message schedule.
Playing Time
Set the playing time of a message schedule.
Playing Start Time
Set the play start time of a message
schedule.
Click the Next button (
Message Settings.
) after setting the Basic Properties to move to
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플레이어는 3개의 구성요소가 있습니다.
Message Settings
The content, font, effects and background image of a message that will be
deployed can be set.
Tips
-- Previewing Message Schedules
Settings configured by the user can be previewed
at the top of the screen.
Message
Enter the content of a message you want to
deploy.
Font Settings
Configure the message font size, thickness,
inclination and color.
Scroll Settings
Set the direction and speed of the message
scroll.
Scroll direction: Left, Right, Up, Down
Speed: Slow, Normal, Fast
Background Image
Set the background image of message.
Click the Next button (
) after completing the Message Settings. The Display
Location settings menu will be opened.
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플레이어는 3개의 구성요소가 있습니다.
Display Location
Specify the display orientation and where to display a message on the screen.
Position
Specify where (top, middle or bottom) to
display a message on the screen.
Screen Rotation
Select a display orientation (0, 90, 180 or
270 degrees).
Click the Finish button (
message schedule.
) when all settings are completed to create a
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Editing Message Schedules
On the main screen of Message Schedule Manager, select a message schedule and
click the Edit button (
).
2
1
Similar to creating a message schedule, a message schedule can be edited by
changing settings in Basic Properties, Message Settings and Display Location. Click
the Finish button (
) to complete editing of a message schedule.
Deleting Schedules
To delete a schedule, select a schedule registered on the server and
click the Delete button (
) on the main screen of Message Schedule Manager.
2
1
Additional Message Schedule Functions
A total of 4 menus are available.
(Change Group, Save As, Delete All, Export)
Select a schedule you want to apply an additional function to, click the More button
(
), and select from one of the menus.
2
1
Change Group
Change the group of a message schedule.
Save As
Save a message schedule in another name.
Delete All
Delete all message schedules.
Export
Message schedule information is converted
to an Excel or PDF file and exported to the
user’s computer.
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Message Schedule Details
Click on a created message schedule to view its details on the right of the screen.
2
1
1
1
Preview a message schedule.
2
View the name of a message schedule.
2
3
View the content of a message.
3
4
Shows the status of a message schedule.
4
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View by Group
Message schedules registered on MagicInfo Lite Edition Server are divided into
groups and managed.
Administrators can view and manage message schedules in groups the message
schedules were assigned to when they were added.
Create Group
Message schedules can be assigned to groups for more efficient management.
A group contains a higher group and multiple lower groups. The default higher
group is “default.”
Tips
-- Creating Lower Groups and Same
Groups
Groups can be created as lower groups and same
groups.
To create a same group, select a group on the
same line and click “Add Group to the same level”
(
). Click “OK” when the group
has been added.
To create a lower group, select a group which will
be the higher group and click “Add Group to the
low level” (
). Click “OK” when the
group has been added.
Creating Higher Groups
A “default” group is initially displayed in View by Group.
Click “Edit” in View by Group to open the Change Group window.
Caution
-- Creating or deleting groups
A duplicate group name cannot be used when
creating groups (the same group name can be
used by a different user).
Deleting a higher group will delete all of its lower
groups. Message schedules in the deleted group
are moved to “View Recycle Bin.”
To create a higher group, select a group on the same line and click “Add Group to
the same level” (
).
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1
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Enter a group name and click the check button ( ).
Click OK (
)on the Change Group window to finish creating the higher group.
Creating Lower Groups
Click “Edit” in View by Group to open the Change Group window.
Select a group to be the higher group and click Add Group to the low level (
).
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1
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Enter a group name and click the check button ( ).
Click OK (
)on the Change Group window to finish creating the lower group.
Select a group in View by Group to view the message schedules in the selected
group.
Message schedules can be divided into groups for more efficient management.
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Deleting Groups
Click “Edit” in View by Group to open the Change Group window.
Select a group to delete and click Delete (
).
Caution
-- Creating or deleting groups
A duplicate group name cannot be used when
creating groups (the same group name can be
used by a different user).
Deleting a higher group will delete all of its lower
groups. Message schedules in the deleted group
are moved to “View Recycle Bin.”
2
1
Click OK (
) on the Change Group window to finish deleting the group.
Changing Group Names
Select a group to rename and click Rename (
1
).
2
Enter the new group name and click the check button ( ).
Click OK (
) on the Change Group window to finish renaming the group.
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View Recycle Bin
When a message schedule is deleted, “View Recycle Bin” is displayed.
Here, a deleted schedule can be restored or permanently deleted.
1
2
3
1
A selected message schedule is restored.
2
A selected message schedule is permanently deleted.
3
All message schedules are permanently deleted.
Tips
-- Deleting message schedules
Deleted message schedules are not permanently
deleted but moved to “View Recycle Bin.”
Note that message schedules deleted in “View
Recycle Bin” are permanently deleted.
Searching Message Schedules
General Search
Enter the name of a message schedule
and click the Search button (
) to
view the information for the entered message
schedule.
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MagicInfo Lite Edition
Server
Device Management
06
Key Functions of Device
Device
∙∙ Monitor a device registered to the Server, or configure settings for the device. View
devices that had an error or an alarm went off for.
∙∙ Alarm occurrence and processing rules can be registered so the server can receive
alarms from devices and process faults.
∙∙ Software can be registered on the server and deployed to devices by reservation.
∙∙ View logs occurred on each of devices that are registered to the Server.
Log Management
∙∙ View all logs that were generated on devices registered to the Server and view
services that occurred on the devices.
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View All Lite Device
Active devices and devices that are connected to the server but not active are
displayed. Device details can be viewed. Devices can be monitored and controlled
remotely.
Monitoring
Device information (Device Name, On Air Content, Current Schedule) and on/off
status can be viewed.
1
-- Searching and Setting Devices
Devices that are currently connected to the server
are given priority for searches and changing
settings.
-- Setting Default Content Items
If no contents are scheduled on the current
device, default content items can be set to be
played.
Default content items can be set in “Default
Content” in “Basic Properties” in the Create
Schedule window.
2
1
“Default content in playback mode”
If there is no content currently scheduled for the device, the default MagicInfo cubic
image or user defined default content will be played.
2
“Scheduled content in playback mode”
If content is scheduled in the Schedule menu and deployed to the device, the deployed
content will be played.
3
Tips
4
3
“Panel Off”
The LFD screen’s backlight is turned off. If the LFD is currently either in state 1 or
2 above and its panel is turned off, it will be indicated as Panel Off. This is because
monitoring priority is given to content in playback mode.
4
“Disconnected”
The device is not connected to the server. If the device is turned on and not connected
to the server, it is indicated as being disconnected.
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Click the device image on the screen to move to the Advanced Search screen.
Tips
-- Content Version
When editing a content file, the original file is
marked as V.1, and an edited file is marked as V.2.
Version is a number assigned to a edited content
file in the order of editing.
-- Media Type
IMAGE
MOVIE
SOUND
LFD
VideoWall
OFFICE
FLASH
In detailed device view mode, the name and connection status of a device and the
name of a schedule deployed to the device can be viewed.
Now Playing Content
View details of contents being scheduled.
Content Name
View the name of a content item.
Media Type
View media type.
Version
View the version of a content item.
Last Modified Date
View the last modified date of a content item.
Content Download Status
PDF
-- Selecting content
Types of content that are available for scheduling
include photo, video, document (PPT) and Flash
files. LFD and PDF content can be used on a
standard LFD registered to the Server, not on an
LFD for MagicInfo Lite.
For further details about registering and using a
standard LFD device, go to <Setting> - <License
Information> in the user guide and see the
“Registering a Standard LFD Device by Adding a
License” section.
View content download information.
Content Name
View the name of a content item.
File Size
View the file size of a content item.
Status
View download status.
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Edit Column
The device management menu includes the General, Network, System Info.,
System Setup and Display tabs. Columns displayed on the main screen of each tab
can be customized by the user.
Click Edit Column (
) on the tab to edit columns in.
The window is displayed where you can edit columns.
Click “Show” to display the item on the screen.
Click “Hide” to hide the item on the screen.
Specify the columns to display on the tab and click OK(
).
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General
General information for a device is displayed.
The top buttons can be used to modify, move or delete items in the current tab or
select whether to display a row.
Tips
-- Moving Device Groups
To change the group of a device, go to view
all devices and then the general tab, select the
device and then click Move (
).
Click a device in the list of devices to view general information about the device.
To modify general information about a device, check the checkbox of the device
and click Edit (
) in the list of devices or click Edit (
) in the View
Device General Info. screen.
Select a new group and click OK(
).
-- Changing Device Settings on the
Device Information Screen
Settings cannot be changed when a device is
turned off.
Device Name
View the name of a device.
Device ID
View the ID of a device.
Device Model Name
View the model name of a device.
Approval Date
View the date and time of approval of a
device.
Screen Size
View the screen size of a device.
Resolution
View the resolution of a device.
IP
View the IP address of a device.
MAC Address
View the MAC Address of a device.
Firmware Version
View the firmware version of a device.
Client Program Version
View the version of MagicInfo Lite Client
installed on a device.
Location
View the installation location of a device.
When changing settings is completed, click the Save button (
).
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Time
You can set the current time by using the Clock Set function, set the On Time and
the Off Time and specify the Holiday for the corresponding device.
Tips
-- Time
Depending on the type of device, configuring
an item may be restricted. (Set Timer, Holiday
Management)
Device Name
Shows the name of the device.
Connection
View the power status of a device.
Clock Set
Shows the current date and time.
Timer1 ~ Timer3
Shows the configured On and Off time.
Holiday Count
Shows the number of configured holidays.
Clock Set
Sets the Current Time of the device.
Select a device to set the time for and click the (
Clock Set
If you click the (
closed.
) button.
You can configure the clock in Month, Days,
Year, Hr, Min and AM/PM units.
) button, setting the clock is completed and the window is
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Set Timer
Determines whether to enable or disable the device (On/Off)
Select a device to set a reservation, and click the (
) button.
You can reserve up to 3 On and Off Times (Timer 1 - Timer 3) for a device.
On Time
Set the On Time of the device in the Hr, M
and AM/PM units.
Off Time
Reserves the Off Time of the device in the
Hr, M and AM/PM units.
Repeat
Select the period to repeat the
corresponding Set Timer (Timer) for as Once,
Everyday, Mon~Fri, Mon~Sat, Sat~Sun and
Manual. If you select Manual, the day of the
week on the right side is activated. If you
select a particular day of the week, the Set
Timer is repeated on the selected day of the
week.
Volume
Specify the volume of the device at the
reserved time.
Input Source
Select the source to be played on the device
at the reserved time.
Holiday
If you select Apply, the device is not turned
on by the configured timer on the holiday set
on the device. If you select Don’t Apply, the
device is turned on at the reserved time even
on the holidays set on the device.
If you click the (
closed.
Tips
-- Set Timer
Depending on the type of device, you may be able
to use only one timer.
-- Holiday
If you select Apply, the priority is assigned to
Holiday Management and if you select Don’t
Apply, the priority is assigned to Set Timer.
) button, the Set Timer is completed and the window is
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Holiday Management
Sets the holidays on the device.
The device does not work on the configured holidays. (e.g. If you set January 1 ~
January 5 as holidays, the device remains off during this period.)
Select a device to set a holiday for and click the (
) button.
Month/Day
Sets the holiday of the device in the Month
and Day units. The start date of a holiday
should be equal to or earlier than the end
date. (E.g. You cannot set a holiday as May
5~May 4.)
Add
Set the month and date to be set as a
holiday and press the (
) button. The
specified day is added to the holiday list.
Holiday List
Lists the added holidays. If you select a
holiday and click the
icon on the right, the
holiday is deleted from the list.
If you click the (
the window is closed.
Tips
-- Holiday Management
Depending on the type of device, you may not be
able to use Holiday Management.
) button, the Holiday Management setup is completed and
Click a device in the list of devices to open the Clock Set screen.
The Clock Set, Timer Set and Holiday Management options can also be used in this
screen.
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Network
Network information for a device is displayed. Network information (IP Setting Type
/ MAC Address / IP / Subnet Mask address) can be viewed.
Click a device in the list of devices to view network information about the device.
Device Name
View the name of a device.
MAC Address
The MAC address of a device is displayed.
IP Setting Type
View whether the IP address of a device is
static or dynamic.
IP
The IP address of a device is displayed.
Subnet Mask
View the subnet mask address of a device.
System Info.
View the system information of a device.
Tips
-- Changing Device Settings on the
Device Information Screen
Settings cannot be changed when a device is
turned off.
Below is the View Device System Info. screen.
Device Name
View the name of a device.
CPU Type
View the type of the CPU installed on a
device.
Memory Size
View the device memory size.
Disk Space Usage
View the current disk space usage of a
device.
Free Disk Space
View the free disk space on a device.
System Time
View the current system time on a device.
All information in System Info. is product information and cannot be edited.
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System Setup
The system setup of a device connected to the server can be viewed and edited.
Tips
-- Deploying a schedule to an LFD device
A schedule can be deployed from the Server to
a device by setting up a network between the
Server and device. Alternatively, a schedule can be
deployed to the device by connecting a removable
disk to the device (setting up a local schedule).
Click On (
) to send a Magic Packet to devices that are off and remotely turn
them on. (Wake On Lan function)
The On function is applied only to devices in the same Subnet as the server.
To use this function on devices on other networks, contact a network administrator
to pass the broadcast Magic Packet through the router.
To power off and restart a device, select a device and click the Restart (
)
button.
To deploy a schedule to a device via the Server, select the device and click the
Network Mode (
) button.
Click a device in the list of devices to view system settings information about the
device.
To modify system settings information about a device, check the checkbox of the
device and click Edit (
) in the list of devices or click Edit (
) in the
View Device System Settings screen.
Device Name
View the name of a device.
Triggering Interval
Set the triggering interval.
Monitoring Interval
Set the monitoring interval of a device.
Connection Time Limit
Set the download connection time.
FTP Connection Mode
Set the FTP connection mode.
(ACTIVE / PASSIVE)
When changing settings is completed, click the Save button (
If Network Mode is selected when both a network
with the Server and a local schedule are set
for a device, a schedule will be deployed to the
device via the Server. This means that a schedule
deployed from the Server will run.
-- Changing Device Settings on the
Device Information Screen
Settings cannot be changed when a device is
turned off.
Terminology
-- What is a Monitoring Interval?
Monitoring interval refers to the interval when
information on schedules and contents being
played in MagicInfo Lite Client is sent to the
server.
-- What is a Triggering Interval?
Triggering interval refers to the interval when the
information on deployed schedules is sent from
the server to MagicInfo Lite Client.
).
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Display
Device Brightness, Volume and Mute can be preset and viewed.
Tips
-- Channel
Check the checkbox of a device whose Input
Source is TV and click Channel (
) to set
the channel for the device.
Click a device in the list of devices to view display information about the device.
To modify display information about a device, check the checkbox of the device and
click Edit (
) in the list of devices or click Edit (
) in the View Device
Display Conf. screen.
Device Name
View the name of a device.
Power
Check the checkbox and click the Save
button to immediately turn the selected
device off.
Panel Status
Turn the device panel on or off.
Input Source
Set the input source for a device.
Volume
Set the device volume between 0 and 100.
Mute
Mute or un-mute the device volume.
Safety Lock
If Safety Lock is enabled, the buttons at the
bottom of the LFD do not function.
Remote Control
If Remote Control is set to Setting, devices
can be remote controlled. If Remote Control
is set to Disable, devices cannot be remote
controlled.
Panel Lock
Enable or disable Panel Lock on a device.
(Lock, Unlock)
OSD
Enable or Disable OSD(On Screen Display)
on a device.
All Keys Lock
Lock or Unlock all functions of a device.
Monitoring Temperature
View the current temperature in the LFD.
Alarm Occurrence
Temperature
Set the temperature limit.
Panel On Time
View the period of time that a panel has
been on.
-- Changing Device Settings on the
Device Information Screen
Settings cannot be changed when a device is
turned off.
-- Display
Different functions are provided for each input
source.
Terminology
-- What is Alarm Occurrence Temperature?
An alarm and fault warning are generated when
the system temperature exceeds the set limit.
-- What is Panel On Time?
Panel On Time is the total time that an LFD has
been on since its factory release. This function is
available in products released after MXn.
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Click the View More Button (
about a device.
) to view more detail display information
Picture PC
You can view and set the PC mode screen
status for a device.
You can only control this item for a device
if its Source item is set to PC mode (PC,
MagicInfo, DVI, or BNC).
Sound
You can set the sound options for a device.
Image
You can configure the image settings for a
device.
You can only control this item for a device if
its Source item is set to PC & BNC.
Signal Balance
You can view and set the signal information
for a device.
You can only control this item for a device if
its Source item is set to PC & BNC.
Maintenance
You can configure the maintenance settings
for a device.
You can adjust the LAMP (back light) of the
LFD automatically or manually and enable or
disable the screensaver function.
Advanced Settings
You can change the device settings for the
menu, the operation of the fan, etc.
When changing settings is completed, click the Save button (
).
Tips
-- Advanced Settings
Advanced Settings may not be enabled depending
on the LFD model.
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View by Group
Devices registered on the MagicInfo Lite Edition Server are managed in groups.
The group a new device will be registered to can be specified by the administrator
when the device is approved.
Devices can be managed in groups using “View by Group.”
Create Group
Classifying devices into groups allows more efficient device management.
A group contains a higher group and multiple lower groups. The default higher
group is “default.”
Tips
-- Creating Lower Groups and Same
Groups
Groups can be created as lower groups and same
groups.
To create a same group, select a group on the
same line and click “Add Group to the same level”
(
). Click “OK” when the group
has been added.
To create a lower group, select a group which will
be the higher group and click “Add Group to the
low level” (
). Click “OK” when the
group has been added.
Creating Higher Groups
A “default” group is initially displayed in View by Group.
Click “Edit” in View by Group to open the Change Group window.
Caution
-- Creating or deleting groups
A duplicate group name cannot be used when
creating groups.
Deleting a higher group will delete all of its lower
groups.
To create a higher group, select a group on the same line and click “Add Group to
the same level” (
).
Because each organization must contain at
least one group, a newly-created organization
is automatically assigned a “default” group. The
only remaining group in an organization cannot
be deleted.
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Enter a group name and click the check button ( ).
Click OK (
)on the Change Group window to finish creating the higher group.
Creating Lower Groups
Click “Edit” in View by Group to open the Change Group window.
Select a group to be the higher group and click Add Group to the low level (
).
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Enter a group name and click the check button ( ).
Click OK (
)on the Change Group window to finish creating the lower group.
Select a group in View by Group to view the devices included in the group.
You can manage devices efficiently by classifying devices into groups.
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Deleting Groups
Click “Edit” in View by Group to open the Change Group window.
Select a group to delete and click Delete (
).
Caution
-- Creating or deleting groups
A duplicate group name cannot be used when
creating groups (the same group name can be
used by a different user).
Deleting a higher group will delete all of its lower
groups. The devices included in a deleted group
are moved to “View Recycle Bin.”
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Click OK (
) on the Change Group window to finish deleting the group.
Changing Group Names
Select a group to rename and click Rename (
).
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Enter the new group name and click the check button ( ).
Click OK (
) on the Change Group window to finish renaming the group.
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Devices that generated a fault recently
Devices experiencing faults can be viewed and processed.
Faulty Devices List
Devices experiencing faults, fault type and processing status can be viewed. Fault
processing status is divided into Received, Process and Finished (Rollback).
Tips
-- Faults and alarms in devices
Faults and alarms must be processed immediately
as system performance can be hindered if not
processed.
Devices experiencing faults can be searched.
The information on a fault can be viewed.
After receiving a faulty device, the administrator checks the fault type and clicks the
Receive button in “Fault Processing”.
Device Name
View the name of a device.
Device Model Name
View the model name of a device.
Fault
View the fault type.
After-Sales-Service Status
View the status of processing of a faulty
device.
(Occurrence, Received, Completed)
Event Occurrence Date
View the time when a fault occurred.
Fault Processing
View the status of fault processing.
(Receive, Process, Finished)
The screen below shows a fault received. As shown, the Process button is activated.
Click the Process button when the fault is fixed.
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The screen below shows the status of “Completed” changed from After-SalesService Status.
There is a function which returns devices with the “Completed” fault processing
status to the “Occurrence” status.
If a device with a fault is in the “Completed” fault processing status and requires an
inspection due to another fault, click “Rollback” in Process Fault.
The fault processing status is changed to “Occurrence.”
Faults occurred on a device can be managed in the order of fault Receive - Process
- Finished (Rollback).
To open the screen showing detailed information about a device, click the row of
the device in the list of devices.
Fault : LFD device lamp fault, brightness sensor fault, device fan malfunction
View Alarm Occurrence Devices
The name and model of an alarm-generated device, alarm type/level and event
occurrence date can be viewed.
Tips
-- Faults and Alarms in Devices
Faults and alarms must be processed immediately,
as system performance can be hindered if not
processed.
Alarms and faults occur in the following instances.
A fault is more serious than an alarm. Issues that do not hinder system operation
critically are processed as alarms.
When an alarm is displayed, the cause must be fixed as it can cause a system fault
if left unprocessed.
Alarm : Insufficient disk space, LFD device overheat, sudden switching off of device
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View Unapproved Lite Device
All devices that are waiting for approval can be viewed in the “View Unapproved
Lite Device” menu. To open a list of devices waiting for registration, click <Device>
- <View Unapproved Lite Device>.
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Tips
-- User Types Authorized to Approve
Devices
A new device can only be approved by a user
that has the server administrator account (the
user with the ID “admin”) or a user of the
Administrator group authorized to approve new
devices.
If there is only one organization, the organization
administrator is authorized to approve a new
device.
Select a device to approve on the list and click the Approve button (
view the Approve Device settings window.
) to
-- Approving Multiple Devices
Multiple devices can be approved at the same
time. To approve multiple devices, check the
checkboxes of the devices (with the same
model name) you want to approve in the list of
devices and click Approve (
). Enter a
representative device name. Each device will be
registered under a name in “device name_(Serial
Number)” format.
Device Name
Set the name of a device to be approved.
Click the dropdown button and select the
device model.
If the device model is not listed, select
Default.
Device Model Name
Select the group a device to be approved will
belong to.
Device Group
Location
Set the location of an installed device.
Finish the settings and click the OK button (
) o complete the Approval.
An approved device can be viewed in “View by Group” or “View All Devices”.
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Search Device
Devices that are on the same network as the server but not registered on the
server can be called.
Server information is transmitted to responsive devices to establish connection
between the devices and server.
Click Search Device (
Terminology
-- What is Multicast?
Multicast enables simultaneous transmission of
data to multiple groups on the internet.
).
Register the IP address range of the devices to find in the IP range field and click
Next (
) to view a list of responsive devices.
Caution
-- Entering an IP
When entering an IP range, the last IP bandwidth
must be under 50.
Select the device you want to register on the server and click Next (
).
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Enter the information for the server to connect to.
Enter the MagicInfo Server URL and Tunneling Server address.
Click Save (
). A message will appear indicating that a request has been
made to connect to the device.
Click OK (
). The device appears in “View Unapproved Devices.”
Click Approval (
). After configuring the device settings, you can register the
device on the server.
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Alarm Rule
Terminology
Rules can be set to notify the cause of troubles in a device and explain how to
resolve them.
View Alarm Occur. Rule Reg. & Deployment
An Alarm Occurrence Rule File, which sends alarms and faults from a device to the
server if a specified condition is true, can be registered and managed.
-- Alarm Occurrence Rule
An alarm occurrence rule defines the conditions
that trigger transmission of alarms and faults to
the server from a device.
-- Alarm Processing Rule File
An alarm processing rule file is the rule to process
alarms and faults of specified conditions received
by the server.
Tips
-- Export
To export information for alarm occurrence rules
(in Excel or PDF format) to a PC, click Export (
).
The Register Rule, Edit, Delete and Deploy buttons can be used to register, edit,
delete and deploy alarm occurrence rule files.
-- Downloading the Alarm Occurrence
Rule File
To download the alarm occurrence rules to the PC,
click the file name.
Register Alarm Occurrence Rule
-- Alarm Rule Auto Update
Applied Model
Select a device model.
Alarm Occurrence Rule
File
Click the Search button (
location.
Version
The file version is set.
Auto Update
Set whether alarm occurrence rule files will
be automatically updated.
) and set the file
Apply
Enter a version that will be automatically updated
and click the Add button (
) to add the
version to the list.
Any version of alarm occurrence rule file currently
being used is automatically updated if it is the
same as a version added on the list. To delete a
version included on the list, select the version you
want to delete and click the Delete button (
).
Not Applied
Select this mode if you do not want to use Auto
Update.
Click the OK button (
When Bootstrapping (exchange of information
when connecting to a server, i.e. reconnecting a
device to a server) while using the Auto Update
function, the device compares the version of
the installed alarm rule with the version of the
alarm rule set to be automatically updated. If the
version in use is included on the list of versions
to be updated, alarm rules are automatically
downloaded.
When download is completed, the device
automatically runs a downloaded alarm rule and
performs the required task.
) to register the alarm occurrence rule file.
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Editing Alarm Occurrence Rules
Select a registered alarm occurrence rule file and click Edit to edit the selected
alarm occurrence rule file.
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Click the Edit button (
Edit and click the OK button (
) to open the Edit Alarm Occurrence Rule window.
) to apply the changes.
Delete Alarm Occurrence Rules
Select an alarm occurrence rule to delete and click Delete (
).
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Click OK (
) on the warning window to delete the alarm occurrence rule.
Deleted alarm occurrence rules cannot be restored.
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Deploying Alarm Rules
Upgraded alarm rule files to be deployed to devices can be registered on the server
and scheduled to be deployed to each device.
Select a file and click the Deploy button (
).
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A window for alarm rule deployment reservation is displayed.
Schedule an alarm rule download for a device to download the alarm rule at
scheduled time.
Device Model Name
View the name of a device model a rule file
will be applied to.
Rule File Name
View the name of a rule file.
Rule Ver.
View the version of an alarm rule.
Deployment Reservation
Click the ( ) icon to set the date and time
of alarm rule deployment.
Applied Version
Select a version of an alarm rule to be
deployed to a device.
Select Applicable
Device(s)
Select a device an alarm rule will be applied
to.
(By Device Model, By Device Group)
By Device Model
Tips
-- Setting Alarm Rule Deployment
Reservation
If the scheduled time is earlier than the current
time, the alarm rule is downloaded immediately
upon completion of scheduling.
The alarm rule is deployed to all devices listed in
“Device Model Name”.
Click the Add button (
) and select a group
to add the group to the list for deployment.
By Device Group
Click the OK button (
) to complete the alarm rule deployment reservation.
Registered software can be checked in “View Alarm Occur. Rule Deployment
Status”.
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View Alarm Occur. Rule Deployment Status
View details of deployed alarm rules for each item (RSV ID, Device Model Name,
File Name, Version, Booking Date, Start Date, Type, Subscriber and Status).
Tips
-- Changing the Scheduled Times for
Alarm Occurrence Rule Deployment
1. If Status is “Reserved,” click on “Start Date” to
change the reservation time.
2. Select items displayed as “Reserved” and click
“Edit” to change the reserved deployment time.
RSV ID
View the reservation number.
Device Model Name
View the device model name.
File Name
View the name of an alarm occurrence rule
file.
Version
View the version of a file.
Booking Date
View the date when an alarm occurrence
rule file is scheduled.
Start Date
View the date when an alarm occurrence
rule is scheduled for deployment.
Type
View the categorization of devices for
application.
(By Device Model, By Device Group)
Subscriber
View the ID of the user that deployed the
file.
Status
View the deployment status of a file.
(Reserved, Cancel, Completed)
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Manage Alarm Process Rule
Rules can be set to notify the cause of troubles in a device and explain how to
resolve them.
The administrator can register and manage alarm processing rules.
Terminology
-- Alarm Processing Rules
An alarm occurrence rule defines the conditions
that trigger transmission of alarms and faults to
the server from a device.
-- Alarm Processing Rules
An alarm processing rule file is the rule to process
alarms and faults of specified conditions received
by the server.
Tips
-- Export
Alarm processing rules can be registered, modified, deleted, applied or exported
using the Register, Edit, Delete, Apply or Export button.
To export information for alarm processing rules
(in Excel or PDF format) to a PC, click Export (
).
Register Alarm Processing Rule
-- Downloading the Alarm Processing
Rule File
To download the alarm processing rules to the PC,
click the file name.
Applied Model
Select a model for application.
Process Rule File
Click the Search button (
location..
Version
Enter the file version information.
) and set the file
After completing the settings, click the OK button (
) to register the alarm
processing rule.
To apply the registered alarm processing rules, select the check box of the alarm
processing rule and click Apply (
).
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Editing Alarm Processing Rules
To edit, select a registered alarm processing rule file and click the Edit button (
).
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Click the Edit button (
Edit and click the OK button (
) to open the Edit Alarm Processing Rule window.
) to apply the changes.
Deleting Alarm Processing Rules
To delete, select an alarm processing rule and click the Delete button (
).
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Software Management
Terminology
Upgraded MagicInfo Lite Client program for deployment to devices can be
registered on the server and scheduled for deployment to each device. Schedule a
software download for a device to download the software at scheduled time.
If the reserved time is earlier than the current time, the software is downloaded
immediately upon completion of reservation.
-- What is Bootstrapping?
Bootstrapping involves an exchange of information
when connecting to a server, i.e. reconnecting a
device to a server.
When Bootstrapping (exchange of information when connecting to a server, i.e.
reconnecting a device to a server) while using the Auto Update function, the device
compares the version of the installed software with the version of the software set
to be automatically updated. If the version in use is included on the list of versions
to be updated, software is automatically downloaded.
When download is complete, the device automatically runs the downloaded
software to perform the required task.
View Software Reg. & Deployment
Software can be registered and managed.
Registering Software
To register, click the Register button (
).
The Register Software window is displayed.
Applied Model
Select a model for application.
Software Type
Select a software type.
Software Name
Enter the name of software.
SW File
Click the Search button (
location.
Version
Enter the version of software.
Auto Update
Enable or disable auto update.
(Apply, Not Applied)
) and set the file
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Apply
Enter the version to be automatically updated and
click the Add button (
) to add the version to
the list.
Any version of alarm occurrence rule currently
being used is automatically updated if it is the
same as a version added on the list. To delete a
version included on the list, select the version you
want to delete and click the Delete button (
).
Not Applied
Auto update is not used.
Click the OK button (
Tips
-- Auto Update
Software is not automatically edited if ‘Auto
Update’ is set to “Not Applied.”
) to complete the software registration.
Editing Software
-- Auto Update
To edit, select software and click the Edit button (
).
Software is not automatically edited if ‘Auto
Update’ is set to “Not Applied.”
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-- Downloading Software Files
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To download a software file to a PC, click the file
name.
The Edit Software window is displayed.
Applied Model
Select a model you want to edit.
Software Type
Edit the type of software.
Software Name
Edit the name of software.
SW File
Click the Search button ( ) to edit the
location of the file you want to register.
Version
Edit the version information.
Auto Update
Enable or disable auto update.
(Apply, Not Applied)
Click OK (
-- Export
To export information for a software file (in Excel
or PDF format) to a PC, click Export (
).
) to save the changes and complete the software editing.
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Deleting Software
To delete, select software and click the Delete button (
).
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Deploying Software
To schedule a deployment, select software and click the Deploy button (
).
Tips
-- View Detailed Software Info.
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Click the row of a device in the list of devices to
open the detailed information screen.
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The Reserve Software window is displayed.
-- Software Deployment Reservation
If the reserved time is earlier than the current
time, software is deployed immediately upon
reservation.
Device Model Name
View the device model name.
Software Type
View the software type.
Software Name
View the software name.
Software File Name
View the software file name.
Software Version
View the software version.
CRC Info.
View the CRC information.
Deployment Reservation
Click the ( ) icon to set the date and time
of software deployment.
Applied Version
Set the software version to be applied.
Select Applicable
Device(s)
A device to which an alarm rule will be
applied is selected.
By Device Model
Terminology
-- CRC Info.
CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check) is a type of error
detection, which verifies data reliability in serial
transmission.
Software is deployed to all devices belonging to the
model name entered into the ‘Device Model Name’
field.
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Click the Add button (
) and select a group
to deploy the software to. The selected group is
included on the list.
By Device Group
Click the OK button (
) to complete the software deployment scheduling.
Registered software can be viewed in “View Software Deployment Status”.
View Software Deployment Status
Software deployment lists and schedule can be viewed.
Software scheduled for deployment can be edited and cancelled, and the schedule
status (Reserved, Cancel, Completed) can be viewed.
RSV ID
View the reservation number.
Device Model Name
View the device model name.
Software Name
View the software name.
Software Version
View the software version information.
Booking Date
View the scheduled date for software
deployment.
Start Date
View the software deployment start date.
Type
The categorization of devices for application
is displayed.
(By Device Model, By Device Group)
Subscriber
The ID of the user who deployed the file is
displayed.
Status
View the software deployment status.
(Reserved, Cancel, Completed)
Tips
-- Changing Software Deployment
Reservation Times
1. If Status is “Reserved,” click on “Start Date” to
change the reservation time.
2. Select items displayed as “Reserved” and click
“Edit” to change the deployment reservation
time.
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Managing Software in MagicInfo Lite Edition Server
Software management in MagicInfo Lite Edition Server is an important stage for
remote device management.
The process of software management is described so users can conveniently
manage software.
Updating Software
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-- Considerations before Creating Folders
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Click the Register button (
) under ‘View Software Reg. & Deployment.’
Tips
-- Automatic Software Update
When Bootstrapping (exchange of information
when connecting to a server, i.e. reconnecting a
device to a server) while using the Auto Update
function, the device compares the version of the
installed software with the version of the software
set to be automatically updated. If the version
in use is included on the list of versions to be
updated, software is automatically downloaded.
When download is complete, the device
automatically runs the downloaded software to
perform the required task.
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The Automatic Software Update Function
If Auto Update is used, software is automatically updated even if it is not scheduled
for deployment
After Bootstrapping, the set versions of software are automatically detected and
updated.
Terminology
-- What is Bootstrapping?
Bootstrapping involves an exchange of information
when connecting to a server, i.e. reconnecting a
device to a server.
Tips
-- Deleting Versions Included in the
Auto Update List
To delete, select a version on the Auto Update list
and click the Delete button (
).
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3개의
구성요소가
있습니다.
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software
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if the entered version is already in the Auto Update list.
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Click on the calendar icon (
) on the displayed Reserve Software window.
Tips
-- Selecting Devices for Application
If “By Device Model” is selected, the software is
deployed to all of the selected device models.
If “By Device Group” is selected, the software is
deployed to all devices in the selected group when
the OK button is clicked after a group is selected
by clicking the Add button.
-- Scheduling a Software Deployment
If the scheduled time is earlier than the current
time, the software is downloaded immediately
upon completion of the scheduling.
Terminology
-- What is Bootstrapping?
Set the date and time of download.
Check the version of the software for deployment and select a device the version
will be applied to.
Bootstrapping involves an exchange of information
when connecting to a server, i.e. reconnecting a
device to a server.
Select the software update type.
Click the OK button (
) to complete the scheduling.
Details of the schedule can be viewed in “View Software Deployment Status”.
The software is added to “View Software Deployment Status” upon completion of
the scheduling.
Tips
-- Changing Software Deployment
Reservation Times
1. If Status is “Reserved,” click on “Start Date” to
change the reservation time.
2. Select items displayed as “Reserved” and click
“Edit” to change the deployment reservation
time.
Software deployment list information (Software Name, Software Version, Booking
Date, Start Time, type, Subscriber and Status) can be viewed.
Deployment settings can be edited or cancelled.
Software scheduling status is displayed to the right of the list under Status.
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View Log List by Device
A list of devices registered on the server can be viewed.
Device Log
Select a device and click the Device Log button (
).
Device logs are displayed by date in ascending order.
Details of events that have taken place after the approval of a selected device,
such as modification of device settings and information and group change, can
be viewed. The event time and ID of the user that caused the event can also be
viewed.
Customized Device Log Search
Tips
Click Custom Search (
) on the Device Log list screen to search for device
logs using a variety of keywords.
-- Recent Searches
The 10 most recent searches are displayed.
-- My Search
Enter a keyword and click Save Search (
) Click “Save” to save the search results in My
Search.
-- Shared Search
Click the (
) button to view the Save
Search Conditions window.
The user selects appropriate keywords and sets search conditions.
Log ID
Enter a log ID to search for device logs
matching the entered log ID.
Event Type
Select an event type and search logs
corresponding to the type.
Device ID
Device ID is displayed.
Device Name
Device name is displayed.
User ID
A user ID is entered to search for the
entered user’s device logs.
Event Occurrence Time
A period is set to search for all logs in the set
period.
-- Search Management Buttons
( ) : Moves to the Advanced Search screen.
( ) : Deletes search results.
( ) : Moves to the Save Search Conditions
settings screen. (Whether to share search
results can be specified)
-- Search logs
To search logs by period, click the calendar button
(
).
To go back to the previous screen after searching
logs, click the Search Again button (
).
-- Event Type
After you set the search conditions, click Search (
search conditions will be displayed.
). The device logs for the
Events (Add a Device Group, Delete a Device
Group, Edit a Device Group, Edit Device Display
Conf., Edit System Conf. and Approve Unapproved
Device) that occurred on a device appear by event
type.
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Log
Tips
All device-related events that have taken place on the server can be viewed,
including device setting modification, software registration/editing, alarm processing
rule editing, device approval/deletion and device group change.
-- Recent Searches
The 10 most recent searches are displayed.
-- My Search
Enter a keyword and click Save Search (
) Click “Save” to save the search results in My
Search.
View Log List by Server
A log of all devices registered on a server related to a device is displayed by date in
ascending order.
-- Shared Search
Click the (
) button to view the Save
Search Conditions window.
Details of events that have taken place after the approval of a device, such as
modification of device settings, information modification, software registration and
group change, can be viewed. The event time, device ID and ID of the user that
caused the event can also be viewed.
-- Search Management Buttons
( ) : Moves to the Advanced Search screen.
( ) : Deletes search results.
( ) : Moves to the Save Search Conditions
settings screen. (Whether to share search
results can be specified)
Customized Log Search by Server
Click Custom Search (
) on the View Log List by Server screen to search
for logs by server using a variety of keywords.
-- search logs
To search logs by period, click the calendar button
(
).
To go back to the previous screen after searching
logs, click the Search Again button (
).
-- Event Type
Events (Add a Device Group, Delete a Device
Group, Edit a Device Group, Edit Device Display
Conf., Edit System Conf. and Approve Unapproved
Device) that occurred on a device appear by event
type.
The user selects appropriate keywords and sets search conditions.
Log ID
A log ID is entered to search for logs
matching the entered ID.
Event Type
An event type is selected to search for logs
matching the entered event type.
Device ID
Logs for the entered device ID are displayed.
Device Name
Logs for the entered device name are
displayed.
User ID
A user ID is entered to search for logs for the
entered user ID.
Event Occurrence Time
A period is set to search for all device logs
for the set period.
Click Search (
) after setting the search conditions to view logs by server
matching the set search conditions.
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View Service History
Tips
A list of services performed on a device can be viewed.
-- Recent Searches
Service type, start time, finishing time, service completion status and device ID can
be viewed.
The 10 most recent searches are displayed.
-- My Search
Enter a keyword and click Save Search (
) Click “Save” to save the search results in My
Search.
-- Shared Search
Click the (
) button to view the Save
Search Conditions window.
Customized Log Search by Server
Click Custom Search (
) on the View Service History screen to search for
logs by server using a variety of keywords.
-- Search Management Buttons
( ) : Moves to the Advanced Search screen.
( ) : Deletes search results.
( ) : Moves to the Save Search Conditions
settings screen. (Whether to share search
results can be specified)
-- search logs
To search logs by period, click the calendar button
(
).
To go back to the previous screen after searching
logs, click the Search Again button (
).
The user selects appropriate keywords and sets search conditions.
TID
A TID number is entered to view the service
history for the entered number.
Type
A service type is selected to search for
service history.
Service Status
A service status is selected to search for
service history.
Device ID
A device ID is entered to search for service
history for the entered ID.
Device Name
A device name is entered to search for logs
for the entered name.
Start Time
A start time is set to search for services that
were started at the set start time.
Finishing Time
A finishing time is set to search for services
that were finished at the set finishing time.
After you set the search conditions, click Search (
the search conditions will be displayed.
). The service history for
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User Management
07
User Management and Role Settings
User Management
All users on the server can be viewed and managed. New user membership can be
approved. Also, groups can be created to manage users in groups.
Setting the Role
Each user is given the authority to use the server. In this item, the administrator
can create and manage the authority to use the server menu.
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View All Users
A list of all users registered on the server and detailed information can be viewed.
Administrators can use the Add User, Change Role, Change Group and More (Delete
and Export) functions on this menu.
User ID
View the user ID.
User Name
View the user name.
Group Name
View the name of a group a user belongs to.
Role Name
View the role designated to a user.
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Adding Users
Click the Add button (
) to add a user.
Enter the user information on the Add User window.
Caution
-- Tips on User ID creation
The User ID must be comprised of English
characters or numbers, and is case-sensitive.
The User ID must be between 5 and 20
characters, while the Password must be between
8 and 50 characters.
1
1
When entering an ID, the Check ID button (
플레이어는 3개의 구성요소가 있습니다.
플레이어는
3개의 ID
구성요소가
있습니다.
the entered
is already
in use.
) must be pressed to check if
2
2
The Password
must be alphanumeric. No more than 2 consecutive numbers can be
10
10 same character can not be repeated 3 times in a row.
used and the
3
3
11
Fields marked
11 with * must be completed.
4
4
Select the 12
correct group and role.
12
5
5
13 the user information, click the OK button (
After entering
13
11
12
13
6
6
14
14
7
7
15
15
) to add the user.
8
8
9
9
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Changing User Role
The administrator designates a role to each user of the server.
Depending on the role of a user, use of the server may be restricted and
inaccessible menus are not displayed.
To edit roles, select a user and click the Change Role button (
).
Caution
2
-- Changing a Role
The administrator’s role cannot be changed.
1
The role selection window is displayed.
Select a role and click the OK button (
) to edit the role of the selected user.
Role Types
Content Manager
Content menus can be viewed and managed.
Content User
Content menus can be viewed.
Device Manager
Device menus can be viewed and managed.
Schedule Manager
Schedule menus can be viewed and
managed.
Schedule User
Schedule menus can be viewed.
User Manager
User menus can be viewed and managed.
Tips
-- Allocating Administrator Role
A Server Administrator’s role is Server
Administrator and an organization administrator’s
role is Administrator.
Two roles cannot be allocated to a single user.
An administrator can delegate his/her role to
another user in <Setup> - <Manage User Info.> <Transfer Administrator Privileges>.
Types of roles can be added and edited by the administrator. Refer to the ‘Setting
Roles’ page for further details.
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Changing User Groups
Changing the Group of All Users
All users of a group can be moved to another group simultaneously. Click Change
Group (
) and select “All Users in the Group.”
1
2
Select a new group in the Change Group window and click OK (
users in the group will be moved to the new group.
). All the
Changing the Group of Selected Users
Select users. Click Change Group (
) and select “Selected Users.”
2
3
1
Select a new group in the Change Group window and click OK (
selected users will be moved to the new group.
). The
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Deleting Users
Tips
The administrator can delete users from the members list.
Select users to delete, click More (
) and select “Delete.”
-- Deleting General Users
General users can be deleted in Setting - Manage
User Info. - Withdraw Membership.
2
Caution
-- Deleting users
1
Users cannot delete their own accounts.
The selected users are deleted from the MagicInfo Lite Edition Server members list.
Exporting User Information
MagicInfo Lite Edition Server member information can be converted to an Excel file
and exported to a user’s PC.
Click More (
), select “Export” and select a file format (Excel or PDF).
1
2
3
User information (User ID, User Name, Group Name, Role Name) is converted to an
Excel file.
Editing and Viewing User Information
The administrator can view and edit user information. Select a user from the user
list. The details of the selected user will be displayed on the right side of the screen.
2
1
To edit the user information, click the Edit button (
window.
) on the displayed details
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1

Edit and click the Save button (
) to complete editing of user information.
Resetting Passwords
Users who have lost their password can request a temporary password from an
administrator. Click “Issue” (
) in Reset Password at the bottom of the details
screen to send a temporary password to the user.
Caution
-- Reset Password
A “SMTP server address” must be set in
<Setup> - <Server Settings> for an organization
administrator to issue a temporary password to
a user.
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Searching Users
Tips
The administrator can search users in a number of ways.
-- Recent Searches
General Search
The 10 most recent searches are displayed.
User information can be viewed by entering
a user name and clicking the Search button (
).
Customized Search
Click the Custom Search button (
in different ways.
-- My Search
Enter a keyword and click Save Search (
) Click “Save” to save the search results in My
Search.
-- Shared Search
) on the user menu screen to search users
Click the (
) button to view the Save
Search Conditions window.
-- Search Management Buttons
( ) : Moves to the Advanced Search screen.
( ) : Deletes search results.
( ) : Moves to the search condition save settings
screen. (Search result share setting
available)
The user selects appropriate keywords and sets search conditions.
User ID
An ID is searched.
User Name
A name is searched.
Organization
All users in a specified organization are
searched.
Only the server administrator (the user with
the ID “admin”) can search for users by
organization.
Group
All users in a specified group are searched.
Role
All users in a specified role are searched.
Telephone
A user is searched by a phone number.
E-Mail
A user is searched by an e-mail address.
Join Date
All users who have joined on a specified date
are searched.
Last Login Date
All users who have logged on in a specified
period are searched.
Configure the search conditions and click the Search (
users that satisfy the conditions will appear.
The screen below shows a completed search.
To go back to the previous screen after the
customized search, click the Search Again button
(
).
) button. A list of
User ID, User Name, Group Name and Role Name can be viewed.
To return to the previous screen, click Search Again (
).
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View by Group
Users registered on the MagicInfo Lite Edition Server are classified into groups. The
administrator can view or manage users according to the groups the users were
assigned to when approved for signing in.
Create Group
Classifying users into groups allows more efficient user management.
A group contains a higher group and multiple lower groups. The default higher
group is “default.”
Creating Higher Groups
Tips
-- Creating Lower Groups and Same
Groups
Groups can be created as lower groups and same
groups.
To create a same group, select a group on the
same level and click “Add Group to the same
level” (
). Click “OK” when the
group has been added.
To create a lower group, select a group which will
be the higher group and click “Add Group to the
low level” (
). Click “OK” when the
group has been added.
A “default” group is initially displayed in View by Group.
Click “Edit” in View by Group to open the Change Group window.
Caution
-- Creating or deleting groups
A duplicate group name cannot be used when
creating groups.
Deleting a higher group will delete all of its lower
groups.
To create a higher group, select a group on the same level and click “Add Group to
the same level” (
).
Because each organization must contain at
least one group, a newly-created organization
is automatically assigned a “default” group. The
only remaining group in an organization cannot
be deleted.
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Enter a group name and click the check button ( ).
Click OK (
)on the Change Group window to finish creating the higher group.
Creating Lower Groups
Click “Edit” in View by Group to open the Change Group window.
Select a group to be the higher group and click Add Group to the low level (
).
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2
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Enter a group name and click the check button ( ).
Click OK (
)on the Change Group window to finish creating the lower group.
Select a group in View by Group to view the users included in the group.
You can manage users efficiently by classifying users into groups.
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Deleting Groups
Click “Edit” in View by Group to open the Change Group window.
Select a group to delete and click Delete (
).
Caution
-- Creating or deleting groups
A duplicate group name cannot be used when
creating groups.
Deleting a higher group will delete all of its lower
groups.
2
1
Click OK (
Because each organization must contain at
least one group, a newly-created organization
is automatically assigned a “default” group. The
only remaining group in an organization cannot
be deleted.
) on the Change Group window to finish deleting the group.
Changing Group Names
Select a group to rename and click Rename (
).
1
2
Enter the new group name and click the check button ( ).
Click OK (
) on the Change Group window to finish renaming the group.
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Unapproved Users
After joining, a user can log in after an approval by the administrator.
The administrator can approve or reject users in the “Unapproved Users” menu.
Caution
-- Checkpoints for Approving User
Membership
Only one user can be approved at a time.
A warning is displayed if multiple users are
selected and the Approval button is clicked.
Approving Users
Click Unapproved Users to view a list of users standing by for approval after signup.
Click on a user on the list to view his/her user information in Information on the
right side of the screen.
2
1
Tip
-- Export
To export information for disapproved users
(in Excel or PDF format) to a PC, click Export (
).
Select a user to approve and click the Approve button (
) to move to the
Approve User screen. User role and group can be set on the user approval settings
screen.
Select a Role and Group and click the OK button (
). After the approval, user
roles and groups can be viewed and edited in the “View All Users” menu.
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Rejecting a User Approval
Membership requests by users can be rejected.
Select a user to reject and click the Reject button (
Approval window.
Tips
). to open the Reject
-- Sending a Reject Notification Mail
“’A SMTP Server Address’ must be set in <Setup>
- <Server Settings> for e-mail notification of
rejections.”
-- Users Returning after Withdrawal
The reason of withdrawal for a returned user will
be displayed in the Information section.
Caution
-- Users with New Organizations
A user who changed his organization will be
moved to <Unapproved Users>. The approval of
this user cannot be rejected.
Enter the reason for rejection and click the OK button (
to the user.
) to send an e-mail
When a user attempts to log in using a rejected ID, the reason for rejection is
displayed.
The sign up fail warning screen is displayed only once for the initial log-in attempt.
Then, a message saying that the entered ID does not exist is displayed.
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Recently Withdrawn Users
Details of users who have withdrawn their membership in <Setting> - <Manage
User Info.> - <Withdraw Membership> and users deleted by the administrator can
be viewed.
User ID
The ID of a withdrawn user is displayed.
User Name
The name of a withdrawn user is displayed.
Date Withdrawn
The date and time of withdrawal are
displayed.
Caution
-- Storage of User Information After
Membership Withdrawal
User information is deleted 1 week after
membership withdrawal.
Select a user on the list of withdrawn users to view the user information on the
right.
User information registered at the time of sign up, such as E-mail, Organization,
Team and Position, are displayed.
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Role
Roles can be designated to users to enable or disable the use of functions on the
server.
Depending on the type of designated roles, restrictions may be imposed on the use
of the server.
(Menus not accessible by a user are not displayed.)
An administrator can add or delete types of roles on this screen. Also, role
constraints (for viewing, creating, management and approval) can be edited.
Role Types
Caution
-- Editing Roles
Default roles cannot be edited.
(Administrator, Content Manager, Content User,
Device Manager, Schedule Manager, Schedule
User, User Manager)
Only created roles can be edited.
A total of seven default roles are registered to the server. The role of the
organization administrator (Administrator) cannot be assigned to more than one
user in the same organization.
Administrator
Overall events that take place in the
organization can be managed.
Content Manager
Content menus can be viewed and managed.
Content User
Content menus can be viewed.
Device Manager
Device menus can be viewed and managed.
Schedule Manager
Schedule menus can be viewed and
managed.
Schedule User
Schedule menus can be viewed.
User Manager
User menus can be viewed and managed.
Tips
-- Assigning the Administrator Role
The organization administrator’s role
(Administrator) cannot be assigned to more than
one user in the same organization.
The administrator role can be transferred to
another user in <Setting> - <Manage User Info.>
- <Transfer Administrator Privileges>.
The administrator is authorized to assign the above roles to other users, or create
and assign a tailored role for each user.
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Adding Roles
The administrator can create a customized role for a user.
Click the Add button (
) on the Roles screen.
The Add Role window is displayed.
Tips
Role Name
Enter the name of the role.
Available roles are displayed.
-- Duplicate Role Name Check
Click the Check Duplication button (
) to
make sure that the entered name is not already
in use.
Select Role
Settings for roles other than Custom Role
are all predefined. You can change these
settings as required.
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All items except Custom Role have their own roles set.
Roles are set by selecting a role (Read, Create, Manage, Approval) on the Content,
Schedule, Device, User and Setup menus.
Tips
-- Default Roles
Custom Role
Content User
Content Manager
Content
Manager
Content menus
can be viewed and
managed.
Content User
Content menus can
be viewed.
Device Manager
Device menus can
be viewed and
managed.
Schedule
Manager
Schedule menus
can be viewed and
managed.
Schedule User
Schedule menus can
be viewed.
User Manager
User menus can
be viewed and
managed.
Schedule User
As shown above, ‘Custom Role’ is not preset and must be set by the administrator.
Settings in roles other than Custom Role are preset. Make the required settings
when selecting a role other than Custom Role.
When role setting is completed, click the Save button (
settings.
) to save the
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Viewing Role Details
Click on a role to view the details of the selected role.
Tips
-- User Count
Click the number of users for each role. The list of
users who use the corresponding role will appear.
The roles can be changed in this screen.
The View Detailed Role window is displayed.
Detailed information on the selected role can be viewed. Checked items (View,
Create, Manage, Approve) mean that those functions are enabled.
Click Close (
) when finished.
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Editing Roles
Detailed settings for a user-created role can be modified. However, the default roles
cannot be changed.
( Administrator , Content Manager, Content User, Device Manager, Schedule
Manager, Schedule User, User Manager)
Only created roles can be modified.
Select a role and click Edit (
).
Caution
-- Editing Roles
Default roles cannot be edited.
(Administrator, Content Manager, Content User,
Device Manager, Schedule Manager, Schedule
User, User Manager)
Only user-created roles can be modified.
2
1
The Change Role window appears.
The key functions of the Content, Schedule, Device, User and Setting menus are
displayed in the Change Role window.
Select or deselect Read, Create, Manage or Approval for each function. The selected
roles will be assigned to the function and the deselected roles will be disabled.
After modifying the role, click Save (
) to save the changes.
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Deleting Roles
Select a role on the roles list and click the Delete button (
selected role.
) to delete the
2
Caution
-- Deleting Roles
The default roles cannot be deleted.
(Administrator, Content Manager, Content User,
Device Manager, Schedule Manager, Schedule
User, User Manager)
Only user-created roles can be deleted.
1
However, a role being used by another user cannot be deleted.
To delete such a role, delegate another role to the user and delete the role when
“User Count” is displayed as 0.
Exporting Role Information
MagicInfo Lite Edition Server role information can be converted to an Excel or PDF
file and exported to a user’s PC.
Click Export (
).
Role information (role name, user count) can be viewed as an Excel file.
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MagicInfo Lite Edition
Server
Setting
08
Setting
User information can be managed and the MagicInfo Lite Edition Server
environment can be set.
All activities can be performed using the menu on the left of the Setting page.
(Manage User Info., Server Settings, View System Info., License Information)
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Manage User Info.
Your personal information can be viewed on this screen. Your login password can
also be managed and membership can be withdrawn.
View User Information
Personal information entered at the time of joining can be viewed and edited.
Click the Edit button (
) to edit any errors in personal information.
When editing is completed, click the Save button (
personal information.
) to save the edited
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Manage Password
Your login password can be changed.
플레이어는 3개의 구성요소가 있습니다.
플레이어는
3개의 구성요소가
있습니다.
플레이어는
플레이어는 3개의
3개의 구성요소가
구성요소가 있습니다.
있습니다.
Your new password and existing password must be different.
Your password can be up to 50 characters long.
For your password, you must use a combination of English letters and
numbers.
For your password, you cannot use a 3-digit serial number or repeat the
same character three times or more.
Enter a new password and click Save (
) to finish changing the password.
Withdraw Membership
1
2
플레이어는
3개의you
구성요소가
Even though
withdraw있습니다.
your membership, the content you created will
플레이어는
플레이어는 3개의
3개의 구성요소가
구성요소가 있습니다.
있습니다.
not be deleted.
Your profile will be deleted after you withdraw your membership.
If you are an administrator, you must delegate your administrator roles to
another user before withdrawing your membership.
Check the warning message, check the field and click Withdraw (
withdraw membership.
) to
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Transfer Administrator Privileges
An organization administrator can transfer his/her role to another user.
Enter the ID of the user to transfer the administrator’s role to in Administrator ID of
the New Organization.
Click Check if the ID is available (
available.
Tip
For an administrator to delegate their role to
another user, the administrator and the user that
will take over the role must belong to the same
organization.
) to check that the entered user is
If the role can be transferred to the entered user, click OK (
).
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An administrator loses his/her role as an organization administrator when it is
transferred to another user.
A new role must be delegated for the administrator after transferring the old role.
Click the drop-down button in Select My New Role, select a new role and click
Transfer Administrator Privileges (
).
A message confirming the role transfer is displayed. Click OK (
the log-in screen.
) to move to
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Server Settings
Alarm mailing can be set for e-mail notification of faults and alarms in devices, and a
SMTP server address can be set for e-mail notification of user rejection and temporary
passwords.
The refresh cycle of a device can also be changed.
Click Edit (
) on the screen to move to the server setup screen.
Terminology
-- What is SMTP?
SMTP is a protocol used to transfer e-mail. Just
as 'http' is the default protocol of the WWW, a
protocol is required to use e-mail. SMTP is the
protocol used to send e-mail and POP and POP3
are the protocols used to receive e-mail.
-- What is a Download Server?
The MagicInfo Lite Edition Server can have
multiple download servers. A download server is
used to lessen the volume of contents deployed
by a single server.
When a content item is uploaded to the main
server, it must be deployed to each of the
download servers so that they can deploy the
content item to devices.
Is Alarm Mailing Enabled
Check the “Send a mail to the administrator when an alarm occurs.” field to send
notification e-mail to an administrator in the event of a device error.
The notified administrator addresses the device error.
-- What is Download Server Sync?
Download server synchronization refers to
downloading any new contents that have been
uploaded to the main server.
SMTP Server Address
A SMTP server address can be set for e-mail notification of user rejection and temporary
passwords.
Caution
-- SMTP Server
The SMTP server should be configured separately
from MagicInfo.
Device Refresh Interval
Devices and the server check for commands to be executed by the devices at set
intervals. An interval can be set for commands to be checked for.
Terminology
-- What is a Device Refresh Interval?
A device and server does not always maintain
a connection. This is because a maintained
connection applies a burden on the server.
So each device is checked at a set interval for
any new commands to execute. Device refresh
interval refers to the interval at which commands
to execute are checked for.
An interval can be set in seconds by clicking the arrow button or entering a number.
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View System Info.
System, OS Information and JVM Information on MagicInfo Lite Edition Server can
be viewed.
System status can only be viewed.
Terminology
-- What is JVM?
JVM is the acronym for Java Virtual Machine.
-- What is WAS?
WAS is the acronym for Web Application Server,
which is middleware (a software engine) used
to execute applications on a user's computer or
device through HTTP on the internet.
System
WAS Info.
WAS (Web Application Server) information is
displayed.
OS Name
The name of the installed OS is displayed.
OS Image Version
OS version is displayed.
OS Architecture
OS architecture is displayed.
JVM Version
JVM (Java Virtual Machine) version is displayed.
JVM Vendor
JVM (Java Virtual Machine) vendor is displayed.
Storage Size
View the size of the hard disk drive on the PC
where the Server is installed.
OS Information
Physical Memory
Total useable memory is displayed.
Available Memory
Actual useable memory is displayed.
Total Page File Size
Total page file size is displayed.
Free Page File Size
Free page file size is displayed.
Memory Load
Memory load is displayed.
Process Kernel Time
Process kernel time is displayed.
Process User Time
Process user time is displayed.
JVM Information
Free Memory Size
Memory useable on JVM (Java Virtual
Machine) is displayed.
Total Free Memory
Total memory useable on JVM (Java Virtual
Machine) is displayed.
Max Free Memory
Maximum memory useable on JVM (Java
Virtual Machine) is displayed.
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License Information
Server license information can be viewed.
Server License Info.
MagicInfo Lite Edition Server license information can be viewed.
Product Kind
Software product type is displayed.
Grade
MagicInfo-i grade is displayed.
(Standard, Advanced, Premium)
Charge Type
The MagicInfo Lite Edition Server software is
offered free of charge.
Connections
The number of devices that can be
connected to MagicInfo Lite Edition Server is
unlimited.
MAC Address
The MAC address of the device where the
server is installed is displayed.
Reg Date
License registration date is displayed.
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Registering a Standard LFD Device by Adding a License
The number of devices connected to an issued license can be increased.
Click the Add button (
).
Tip
-- Using a standard LFD device
To use a standard LFD device, register a license
and go to <Device> - <View Unapproved Lite
Device>. Next, register the device.
You can deploy LFD, VideoWall or PDF content to
the registered standard LFD and use the content
on the LFD.
The Add License screen is displayed.
Select a MAC address (MAC Address), and enter the product key (Product Key) and
license key (License Key) assigned to the LFD product you have purchased.
Click OK (
) button. The license will be added, and the LFD device will be
registered and available for use.
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MagicInfo Lite Edition
Server
About Server
09
This section shows the process of transmitting and playing a content item from
MagicInfo Lite Edition Server on a device.
1
A content item is registered on MagicInfo Lite Edition Server.
2
A new device that will play the content item is approved.
3
Register created content and the approved device to a schedule, and play
the content on the device.
4
LFD settings are made on the “Device” menu if required.
Content Registration
Contents can be registered when server connection and login are completed. Here
is how contents are registered.
Select 'Content' on the above menu.
Click Add (
) to open the content uploader window.
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2
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Click Add Content (
) to open the Open File window.
Select files to upload and click Open. The files will be added to the content uploader
window.
Double-click on a file on the upload list to configure the content settings -- Content
Name, Group and Meta Data.
Click Save (
) to save the settings.
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Click the Start Upload button (
) and transfer the content file to the server.
After the content item is transferred, a message appears indicating a successful
transmission.
Click the OK button (
) to register the content on the server.
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Setting Devices
Uploaded contents are registered on a schedule and deployed. Before performing
this step, the device to which the schedule will be deployed must be set.
Caution
-- The Device Approval Role
The new device approval role can only be used
by the server administrator (a user with the
ID “admin”) or a user that is registered to the
Administrator group and authorized to approve
a device.
Select 'Device' on the above menu.
Select <Lite Device> - <View Unapproved Lite Device> from the left menu.
Devices waiting for approval can be viewed in the “View Unapproved Lite Device”
menu.
Click View Unapproved Lite Device. A list of devices waiting for registration will
appear.
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Click on a device to approve and click the Approve button (
Approve Device window.
) to open the
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Set the device name and click the drop-down button on the ‘Device Model Name’ to
select the model name of the device.
(Select the correct model name of the device. If the model name of the device is
not listed, select ‘Default’.)
Set the group to which the device will belong. Click on the ( ) icon to display a list
of device groups.
Set the device group to which the device will belong.
Enter the location of the device and click the OK button (
) to complete the
device approval.
Approved devices can be viewed in “View All Devices” or in their groups in “View by
Group.”
Device settings must be made before schedule settings to deploy the schedule to
devices after registration.
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Registering Schedules
Create schedules after completing device settings. This section describes the
procedure to create a schedule.
Select 'Schedule' on the above menu.
Click on the New button (
) to open the Create Schedule screen.
Creating a schedule includes configuring Basic Properties, Frame Settings, Schedule
Constraints settings and a Content Schedule.
플레이어는
3개의 구성요소가 있습니다.
Basic Properties
Tips
-- Background Music
Set background music to play only the image of
a content item with the set background music. If
“Run with Content” is checked, content sounds
and the background music are played together.
-- Schedule Name
A duplicate schedule name is not allowed.
-- Default Content for Full Frame
You can set default content to be displayed in
the full frame when no content schedules are
running on a device. Default MagicInfo cube video
is displayed if “Default Content for Full Frame” is
not set.
Schedule Name
Set the name of a schedule.
Schedule Group
Set the group to which a new schedule will
belong.
Select Device
Select a device.that will be registered to a
schedule.
Deploy with Reservation
Set the schedule deployment time.
Deploy Now
Deploy a schedule to a MagicInfo Lite Client
immediately upon registration on the server.
Time to Deploy
Set the time when a schedule will be deployed.
Default Content for Full
Frame
Set the default content to be displayed in full
frame mode.
Background Music
Select music content to be used as
background music for a schedule.
Description
Enter a description of a schedule.
Click the Next button (
) when the basic properties are set.
Caution
-- Considerations before Setting
Reserved Deployment
If 'Deploy Now' is selected in Deploy with
Reservation, deployment time cannot be set.
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플레이어는 3개의 구성요소가 있습니다.
Schedule Constraints
You can set the time to stop deploying schedules in a registered device for a
specified period of time.
Drag the time slots in which to set schedule constraints.
Tips
-- Schedule Constraints
Schedule Constraints setting is optional. If not
required, click the Next button (
).
The Schedule Constraints Settings window is displayed.
Weekly Repeat Settings
Schedule constraints are set in weekly units.
Schedule constraints are repeated on the
days that are checked in the week.
Time
The time to which schedule constraints will
be applied is set.
Area Constraints
A schedule constraint is selected.
Turn Off Device Panel
During a time slot such as this, in which Turn Off
Device Panel is set, a schedule cannot be created
in the content schedule settings screen and the
device's panel is turned off.
After configuring the schedule constraints, click OK in the Schedule Constraints
Settings window and click Next (
) in the Schedule Constraints table.
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플레이어는 3개의 구성요소가 있습니다.
Content Schedule Setting
The mapping screen is divided into Daily, Weekly and Monthly.
Daily
Daily schedule is set in increments of 30
minutes.
Weekly
Weekly schedule is set in increments of 30
minutes.
Monthly
A monthly schedule can be set.
Click the time period on the date you want to set a schedule on. The Content
Schedule setting window is displayed.
The time set on the timetable becomes the default setting. Schedule times can be
adjusted more precisely in seconds on the Content Schedule screen.
Period
Set the time period.
Time
Set the time.
Repeat
Set the schedule to be repeated. (Once,
Daily, Weekly, Monthly)
Select Content
Select the content you want to schedule.
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Select a Content item or Playlist you want to schedule and click the Select button (
).
Tips
-- Content Search Browser
To search for a content item, enter the content
name and click Search (
).
Click the Save button (
) when content schedule settings are completed.
The content schedule is added when all settings are completed.
Click the Finsh button (
schedule.
) to save and complete creation of the new content
When mapping is completed, the new schedule is displayed on the schedule list.
Schedule is created and deployed. Normal playback of scheduled contents is
checked.
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LFD Setting
When a schedule is deployed to a device, remote adjust the device to the deployed
content for System Setup and Display settings or view the device information.
Tips
-- Monitoring
On the main screen of the ‘Device’ menu, device
on/off status, set schedules and contents being
played can be monitored.
Select 'Device' on the above menu.
To view information on or change settings for a device, go to <Lite Device> <View All Lite Device> and select the Monitoring, General, Network, System Info.,
System Setup or Display tab.
General
General information for a device is displayed.
-- Searching and Setting Devices
Device must be connected to the server to view
and adjust settings.
-- Changing Device Settings on the
Device Information Screen
Settings cannot be changed when a device is
turned off.
On this screen, Device Name, Device Model Name and Location can be edited.
Network
Network information for a device is displayed. This tab shows the network
information (IP Setting Type / MAC Address / IP / Subnet Mask address).
Only ‘Port’ can be edited.
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System Info.
System information is displayed.
All information in System Info. is product information and cannot be edited.
System Setup
System settings can be viewed and edited.
General system settings can be viewed and edited.
Display
Device Brightness, Volume and Mute can be preset and viewed.
When changing settings is completed, click the Save button (
).
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