Use the PEM Administrator Status page to view server and time zone details.
PKWARE Support uses the information in the Server Status section to diagnose incidents and problems. Server Status provides a read-only view to the versions of your PEM Administrator application and database.
|Product||Nearly always "PKWARE PEM Administrator"|
|Application Version||The active version of PEM Administrator|
|Database Version||The active version of the PK Protect database|
|Database Connections||Number of connections this instance has with the PK Protect database|
|Operating System Update|
PKWARE offers regular updates to the PK Protect OS. If an update has been applied since the original installation, a date stamp for that version (YYYY.MM.DD) appears here.
|Application URL||Web address of PEM Administrator|
|Up Time||Displays: |
|Disk Space||Current disk usage, with remaining available space|
|Daily Jobs||You should restart the system daily to ensure that all clients also log in daily. Click the link to set the best time for the restart.|
Logs in PEM Administrator use Universal Time (UTC) to provide a consistent time stamp for system events and interactions with devices connecting from anywhere. Use this page to compare UTC with your local time.
|Local Time||Set by your system|
|Universal Time||Formerly known as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)|
|Time Zone||Set by your system with reference to UTC (Central Daylight Time is UTC -500)|
|Network Time On||If set to yes, your system is synchronized with an atomic clock, using the Network Time Protocol (NTP)|
|NTP Synchronized||If Network Time is on, this item should also read yes. If not, there's a problem.|
|NTP Server||By default, PEM Administrator connects to the nearest NTP Pool server. If you use an internal or other time server, type the URL here.|
This section allows you as an Administrator to Shutdown or Reboot the system manually. Click the appropriate button to complete the task.
Secure Shell (SSH) access to the server is Enabled by default. Click the link to Disable.