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Manage System Types

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»Table of Contents
»Index
»Product Overview
»Getting Started
»Monitoring Systems, Events, and Clusters
»Using Tasks
»Using Default Tools
»Reporting
»Administering the Software
»Users and Authorizations
»Users
»Backing Up and Restoring the Database
»Toolboxes
»System Groups
»Authorizations
»Managed Systems
»Audit Log
»Clusters
»Events
»Networking and Security
»Server Certificates
»Trusted Certificates
»Identification
»Filtering
»Discovery
»Status Polling
»Data Collection
»Protocols
»WMI Mapper Proxy
Manage System Types
»Navigating Manage System Types Page
»About System Type Manager
»Creating a New Rule
»Editing Rule
»New STM Rule Reference
»Version Control Repository
»Troubleshooting
»Printable Version
»Glossary
»Using Help
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» Introduction
» Related Procedures
» Related Topics

Introduction

The System Type Manager (STM) is a utility to modify the default behavior of identification. STM lets you customize the type and product name of systems using rules based on responses to SNMP and DMI (Windows only) lists from systems on your network.

For most HP systems, the system type and product name cannot be modified. Outside of this, identification can be customized based on SNMP System Object Identifiers (OIDs). Manufacturers assign unique system object identifiers to their SNMP instrumented products. STM enables you to customize identification by creating rules that map these system object identifiers to product categories and names of their choice. You must have full configuration rights to use STM.

To access the Manage System Types page, select OptionsDiscoveryIdentificationManage System Types. From this page you can:

  • Create a New Rule. Click [New]

  • Edit an Existing Rule. Click [Edit]

  • Delete an Existing Rule. Click [Delete]. A confirmation box is displayed. Click [OK] to delete the rule, or click [Cancel] to cancel the deletion and return to the Manage System Types page.

Related Procedures

» Manage System Types - Creating a New Rule
» Manage System Types - Editing Rule

Related Topics

» Manage System Types - Navigating Manage System Types Page
» Manage System Types - New STM Rule Reference
» Manage System Types - About System Type Manager