Go to Settings and scroll down to Time. Ensure the NTP option is enabled if your server has Internet access, or set the date and time manually.
Ensure that your location and time zone is specified correctly.
Click OK to apply the changes.
3. Set static IPs on Zero Clients
After setting up your Userful server, a recommended post-setup task is to set static IP addresses on your Zero clients. This will enable you to turn off DHCP services on the closed Zero client network thus, enhancing the security of the system.
This procedure only works with Zero Clients. IP address settings must be set manually on uClient adapters and LG devices.
From the Displays screen, edit the IP address field of a Zero Client. Disable DHCP, and enter the static IP you wish to assign to the device. Click OK.
Click Apply when all devices are changed. Each device will update in sequence, and the process may take up to 30 seconds per device.
To put a zero client back on DHCP simply reverse the above process. For example, if a zero client is going to be moved to a different subnet.
4. Enable USB Flash Drives on Zero Clients
Go to Settings and click on USB Storage Settings from the Storage Management section. Enable access to the USB storage.
5. Load content into Signage Player from the local server
If you are controlling Userful from the onboard station, and there is no network access for browser-based management, follow these steps:
9. Update Userful or Software and Update Chrome Browser
Cloud servers are always up-to-date.
10. Schedule a Server Power-On
Userful cannot turn itself on of its own accord, rather the BIOS or EFI of the system itself must be configured to power on at a certain time. Contact Userful for assistance in configuring the relevant BIOS settings if your system was sold by Userful. Otherwise, consult your vendor's documents.
11. Finding SystemID
Click on the Server Details option in your Userful manager as shown below.
Click the animations to zoom
Userful Control Center:
It is displayed in the top-right corner of your dashboard. Or,
Navigate to Settings > Manage Licensing to view the id and other license details.
12. Report Broken or Defective Hardware, start an RMA