Reflection X Icons

The icons displayed in the left panel of X Manager show the status of the X Manager components available to you.

Icon

Description

plus sign

Create
Create a new definition.

minus sign

Delete
Delete the currently selected definition

up icon

Move up
Move selected definition up in the section.

down icon

Move down
Move selected definition down in the section.

Sort alphabetically

Sort alphabetically
Sort the items alphabetically in a section of the navigation pane.

hide section

Hide
Hide a section of the navigation pane.

expand section

Expand
Expand a section of the navigation pane.

Client definition

X client definition
Configuration settings for starting an X client application.

Public client definition

Public X client definition
(domain mode only) X client definition created by the administrator, and available to all users in the domain. Only the administrator can modify the settings in this shared definition.

XDMCP defintion

XDMCP definition
Configuration settings for making an XDMCP connection.

Public XDMCP definition

Public XDMCP definition
(domain mode only) XDMCP connection definition created by the administrator, and available to all users in the domain. Only the administrator can modify the settings in this shared definition.

Public launch group definition

Launch group definition
List of X Client and/or XDMCP definitions to launch as a group.

Public launch group definition

Public launch group definition
(domain mode only) A launch group definition created by the administrator, and available to all users in the domain. Only the administrator can modify the items in this list.

session definition

Session definition
Configuration settings for a session.

public session definition

Public session definition
(domain mode only) Session definition created by the administrator, and available to all users in the domain. Only the administrator can modify the settings in this shared definition.

session running joined

Running session that is being viewed
The session has been started, and is currently being viewed on this computer.

unjoined session

Running session that is not being viewed
The session has been started, but is not currently being viewed on this computer.

trashcan

Trashcan
Find the trashcan icon is in the toolbar. If the trashcan is full (as shown here) there are one or more definitions available in the trashcan that you can still restore. Click the icon to open the Definition Trashcan dialog box and restore a deleted definition.

 

When working with Fonts, Secure Shell Keys, and Color Schemes, the following icons display:

Icon

Description

ssh user key

User key
Secure Shell user key pair for connection to X clients.

ssh host key

Trusted host key
Secure Shell host public key for connections to X clients.

public host key

Public trusted host key
Secure Shell host public key created by the administrator, and available to all users in the domain.

font collection

Font collection
Font file set collection for use by X servers.

public font collection

Public font collection
Font file set collection created by the administrator, and available to all users in the domain.

color scheme

Color scheme
Configuration settings for colors in a color scheme, which can be used by an X server.

public color scheme definition

Public color scheme
Color scheme created by the administrator, and available to users in the domain.

keyboard map icon

Keyboard map
Configuration settings for keyboard actions.

public keyboard map

Public keyboard map
Keyboard map created by the administrator, and available to users in the domain.

 

The following icons appear in the X Administrative Console.

Icon

Description

Change password icon

Set user password
Available from the Authentication pane when Authentication system is set to Internal.

Registered node (online)

Registered node (online)
On the Domain Composition pane. Indicates that the listed domain node is online.

Registered node (online)

Registered node (not online)
On the Domain Composition pane. Indicates that the listed node is not available.

Related Topics

The X Manager Interface