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- A managed server is computer or device represented by its hostname or IP address.
- It does not matter what operating system the device is running (server or client operating system, network device, etc.).
- It does not matter, if it is virtualised or not.
- It does not matter how many CPUs/cores the device has.
Server Pool Configuration
Royal Server is keeping track of the servers you manage. In the Server Pool configuration, you can delete previously managed servers to free up licenses. This panel shows the number of managed servers you have licensed, how many are used already and how many free licenses are available. The column “Last Accessed” shows the last timestamp Royal Server accessed this server (this information is stored in memory and is not immediately available after the service was started).
Managed Server Configuration
- Firewall should let through Royal Server traffic (default port is 54899)
Royal TS/X Management Connection
Last but not least, you need to make sure you specify proper credentials when you configure a management connection (such as Windows Events or Windows Services) in Royal TS/X. In most scenarios, a user account who is member of the local administrators group is used. For low privilege environments a number of steps are necessary to grant non-administrative users the required rights.
Royal TS/X and Royal Server
Configure your Management Endpoint in our clients apps and you are good to go. A detailed blog post regarding the required steps will be available soon