We recommend you run the console from our remote desktop server (see Getting started).
If you do want run the console locally; it only runs from a Windows PC. For best results you should run this from a desktop PC (less than 3 years old) with a landline located on the Stanford campus. It is recommended to have more than 4 GB of RAM, x64 and SSD drive preferred.
Your console PC should be a secure workstation or server, and you should take care to prevent unauthorized users from accessing it. When you're not using the console, log out, and if you need to step away from your PC, be sure to log out of or lock Windows. Logging out of the console when you're not using it is not only a good security practice: each console connection increases load on the TEM server, and logging out will help to maintain better performance for all console users.
Stanford Tivoli Endpoint Manager Console Operators Guide
- Getting Starting - provides links to the TEM software you need to install on your console.
- Getting to Know the TEM Console - describes how to get started using the console once the TEM software is installed.
- Stanford TEM Resources - provides links to useful information about TEM.
- TEM Management Rights & Client Deployment - describes the TEM management rights.
- TEM Mailing Lists - explains the purpose and use of the console operators mailing list.
- TEM Site Operations - describes the site guidelines for deploying patches and shows a typical timeline of events.
- TEM Opt-in Inventory - describes the opt-in inventory program and lists the types of information collected.