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9-3
Operation
Notes:
When switching and reboot operations are initiated, Boot/Sequence Delay
times will be applied as described in Section 5.7.
If a switching or reboot command is directed to a plug that is already in the
process of being switched or rebooted by a previous command, then the
new command will be placed in a queue until the plug is ready to receive
additional commands.
When the Plug Group Control Screen is displayed by an account that permits
Administrator or SuperUser command access, all user-defined Plug Groups
will be displayed.
When the Plug Control Screen is displayed by an account that permits User
or ViewOnly level commands, the screen will only include the Plug Groups
that are allowed by the account.
3. Initiating a Reboot Cycle: From the Plug Group Control Screen, locate the Plug
Group(s) that you wish to reboot, then click the down arrow in the task selector box
next to the Plug Group name, and use the dropdown menu to select the "Reboot"
option. Then click on the "Confirm Plug Group Actions" button to proceed.
4. Switching Plug Groups Off: From the Plug Group Control Screen, locate the Plug
Group(s) that you wish to switch Off, then click the down arrow in the task selector
box next to the Plug Group name, and use the dropdown menu to select the "Off"
option. Then click on the "Confirm Plug Group Actions" button to proceed.
5. Switching Plug Groups On: From the Plug Group Control Screen, locate the Plug
Group(s) that you wish to switch On, then click the down arrow in the task selector
box next to the Plug Group name, and use the dropdown menu to select the "On"
option. Then click on the "Confirm Plug Group Actions" button to proceed.
7. Switching Plug Groups to Defaults: From the Plug Group Control Screen, locate
the Plug Group(s) that you wish to default, then click the down arrow in the task
selector box next to the Plug Group name, and use the dropdown menu to select
the "Default" option. Then click on the "Confirm Plug Group Actions" button to
proceed.
Notes:
If Command Confirmation is enabled, then the RSM-8R4 will display a
confirmation screen before completing each power switching command.
When the confirmation screen appears, click on the "Confirm Plug Group
Actions" button to complete the command.
When each Plug Group command is completed, the Plug Status Screen will
be displayed. At that time, the Status Screen will show the updated On/Off
status of each plug.
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