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C:D Unix Web Interface needs some adjustability for user convenience.
The ability to adjust default settings when using the C:D Unix Web Interface is needed. Current defaults when browsing statistics are lowest-common-denominator, i.e. the viewing of records is limited to 10 by default. Most installations are capable of displaying far more information on a single page, and it would be convenient for the user to not have to constantly go click a few places to get a listing of 50 records (for instance).
I suggest the ability to adjust defaults in the Statistics page at a minimum:
1) set the default number of records displayed to between 10 and 50.
2) listing should be capable of auto-refresh, but this should be an option and not a default.
Additionally, for other usability options, I suggest:
1) the login page should be capable of having a default node selected, rather than having to choose each time via use of the dropdown menu. Ipswitch' MOVEit simply saves the last node used and selects that as the default; perhaps the same could be done with C:D Web Interface.
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