Create and manage clients on your network

Introduction

The NetFoundry client is light-weight agent that is installed on your computer in order to access one or more AppWANs.

To manage your clients on the console, choose Manage Clients from the navigation menu. From this page you can:

  • Create a new client
  • Edit existing clients
  • Delete clients

Click on a client row to view details about that client. Click the blue plus-sign in the upper right corner to create a new client. Use the ellipsis menu at the end of each row to take actions on an individual client, like deleting and sharing.

 

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Create a new client and share it with others

From the Manage Clients page, click the blue plus-sign icon to create a new client:

  1. Client Name: Give this client a unique name to identify it
  2. Location: Specify the "home region" where client will spend most of its time

Click the "Create" button to continue.

On the confirmation screen, take note of the Registration Key. When you install the client on your computer, you will need this information. This key is a security measure to prevent unauthorized people from joining your network. Keep it safe. If it is compromised then delete the client from your network immediately.

If you are not the one installing the client, you can email these details to someone else. Click on the share icon in the upper-right hand corner of the page.

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Installing client software on a computer

Clients are available for both MacOS and Windows operating systems, and can be downloaded from the NetFoundry downloads page. See one of these guides for installing the client software on your computer:

When you run the installer, it will prompt you for the key it should use to register with your NetFoundry network. The registration key is generated from the NetFoundry console when you create a client.

Viewing details about a client

The client dashboard will show you an events timeline, historical usage information, and. memberships to Endpoint Groups and AppWANs.

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