How to setup Systems plugin

Install required packages:

debian:

apt-get install fusiondirectory-plugin-systems

RHEL / CentOS:

yum install fusiondirectory-plugin-systems

Install required schemas:

debian:

apt-get install fusiondirectory-plugin-systems-schema
fusiondirectory-insert-schema -i /etc/ldap/schema/fusiondirectory/service-fd.schema
fusiondirectory-insert-schema -i /etc/ldap/schema/fusiondirectory/systems-fd-conf.schema
fusiondirectory-insert-schema -i /etc/ldap/schema/fusiondirectory/systems-fd.schema

RHEL / CentOS:

yum install fusiondirectory-plugin-systems-schema
fusiondirectory-insert-schema -i /etc/openldap/schema/fusiondirectory/service-fd.schema
fusiondirectory-insert-schema -i /etc/openldap/schema/fusiondirectory/systems-fd-conf.schema
fusiondirectory-insert-schema -i /etc/openldap/schema/fusiondirectory/systems-fd.schema

How to use the Systems plugin

In your FusionDirectory web interface you have now, in the “Administration” section, a new tab and a new icon called “Systems” that you can use to add the servers and network devices of your infrastructure :

Click on the tab or on the icon to join the Systems management page :

How to create Systems

Server

Workstation

Terminal

Network printer

Network device

Mobile Phone

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