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AppManager

9927-785_AB.exe

    AppManager is a Windows® based remote access tool for Windows® NT and Vx-Works based Woodward CPUs. AppManager may be used to transfer files to and from a control, to start and stop applications, to configure the control and its network and a variety of other commands

    AppManager 3.10-1 is a legacy version of AppManager for customers with Windows XP®

    NOTE:  To connect to MicroNet NT controls, it may be necessary to set the LAN Manager authentication level to Send LM & NTLMv2 session security if negotiated.

    1. Click the Windows Start button
    2. Type Local Security Policy
    3. Navigate to the following entry:  Local Policies\Security Options\Network security:  LAN Manager authentication level
    4. Change the entry to:  Send LM & NTLMv2 session security if negotiated

    Newer features:  

    • Configurable datalog file purging
    • Flex500 GUI Application View, Commands and File Exploring
    • Simplified regional file time options for various control and file retrieval types (NOTE: Existing options for localization have been reset and may need to be reconfigured)
    • Support for new Secured Application MicroNet control
    • Ability to specify the send and receive ports for Multicast messages used in control discovery

    System Requirements:

    Installation Instructions:

    1. The first step in installing AppManager is to download the file from this page. This file is an installation program that will step you through the installation process.
    2. After downloading this file, run it and follow the instructions in the setup dialogs.

    License Part Numbers: Datalog retrieval license part number (0-3 nodes): Free Datalog retrieval license part number (4+ nodes): 8928-5009

     

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    AppManager
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