Using this help system
Use this help system to find out how to install, manage and customize GFI WebMonitor. Tweak settings according to your requirements and troubleshoot any issues encountered.
This help system is intended for network administrators that manage an organization's internet systems, assuming that readers are familiar with common networking and web technologies.
If evaluating GFI WebMonitor, consider starting from the Thirty Day Evaluation Plan which introduces the basics of GFI WebMonitor.
To find specific help topics, use the Search function at the top of every topic.
Find the required help topics using:
- Search - key in the terms to find in the search box at the top of each topic. Open the results topic that best matches your search parameters.
- Top navigation bar - topics are grouped in the navigation bar according to major functions of using the product. Click a node or sub-node to locate the required information.
- Related topics - the right side bar contains topics related to the currently active topic. Click a topic to read more.
- Glossary - Certain key terms contain a definition to help users who are unfamiliar with the term. Hover your cursor over terms that have a dashed underline to show the definition.
Conventions used in this manual
|Note||Additional information and references essential for the operation of GFI WebMonitor.|
|Important||Important notifications and cautions regarding potential issues that are commonly encountered.|
|Step by step navigational instructions to access a specific function.|
|Bold text||Items to select such as nodes, menu options or command buttons.|
|Italics text||Parameters and values that you must replace with the applicable value, such as custom paths and file names.|
|Indicates text values to key in, such as commands and addresses.|
This help system can be used in most web browsers that support HTML5 and CSS3, including Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Internet ExplorerA web browser developed and distributed by Microsoft Corporation. 9 or later, and the latest versions of Google ChromeA web browser developed and distributed by Google., Mozilla FirefoxMozilla Firefox is an open source Internet browser., and Safari.
If using Internet Explorer 9 in Compatibility view mode, certain features may not work. It is recommended to switch off Compatibility view.
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