ECA Web Console

Following the installation of ESET Management Agent and ESET Security products via ECA Live Installer open the ECA Web Console to begin managing your client computers.

ECA Web Console is the main interface used to communicate with ECA Server. You can think of it as a control panel, a central place where you can manage all of your ESET security solutions. It is a web-based interface that can be accessed using a browser (see Supported Web browsers) from any place and any device with internet access.

In the ECA Web Console standard layout:

The current user is always shown in the upper right, where the timeout for his/her session counts down. You can click Logout to log out at any time. When a session times out (because of user inactivity), a user must log in again.

To change User Settings, click your username in top right corner of ECA Web Console.

You can click the information icon at the top of any screen to open the Help menu. The first link in this menu always links to Online Help for the current screen.

The Menu is accessible on the left at all times except when using a wizard. Click the expand_menu to expand the menu on the left side of the screen; you can collapse it by clicking collapse_menu Collapse menu.

The gear_icon icon always denotes a context menu.

Click update_default Refresh to reload/refresh displayed information.

Click the ESET Cloud Administrator logo to open the Overview screen.

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Status Overview shows you how to get the most out of ESET Cloud Administrator. This will guide you through the recommended steps.

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Screens with trees have specific controls. The tree itself is on the left with actions below. Click an item from the tree to display options for that item.

Tables allow you to manage units from rows individually, or in a group (when more rows are selected). Click a row to display options for units in that row. Data in tables can be filtered and sorted.

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Objects in ECA can be edited using wizards. All wizards share the following behaviors:

Steps are vertically oriented from top to bottom.

You can return to any step at any time.

Invalid input data are marked when you move your cursor to a new field. The wizard step containing invalid input data is marked as well.

Finish is not available until all input data is correct.

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