To log on to and use NWBC, you need to have an NWBC shortcut on your desktop. Once your system administrator has installed NWBC on your machine, you can make your own settings and start performing your daily tasks. You also need to change your password the first time you log on and at regular intervals thereafter.
Open NWBC when you start working. To start NWBC, double-click the shortcut icon on your desktop:
NWBC starts and displays either a logon dialog or a system selection dialog or it starts your application directly.
If you have already configured a system connection and have not selected the Hide System Selector on Start-Up checkbox, the logon screen is displayed the first time you open NWBC, or NWBC opens directly with the roles configured for your user.
If you have selected the Hide System Selector on Start-Up checkbox, NWBC uses the last active system connection, which you have defined in your system configuration. For more information, see 3.4.4 Configuring Personalize Settings and 3.4.1 Configuring Connections .
This is the logon screen provided by the generic logon application . Enter your user name and password, and choose the Log On pushbutton. NWBC opens.
System Selection Dialog
With a selected Auto Logon checkbox, the system selection dialog is displayed. For more information, see 3.4.4 Configuring Personalize Settings .
On this system selection dialog, the last active connection is highlighted. You can easily access the system connection you need by selecting the corresponding entry in the list and choosing Log On . The following additional options are available:
To create a new system connection, choose . The usual system connection dialog is displayed where you can make your entries for a new system connection. For more information, see 3.4.1 Configuring Connections .
To change an existing system connection, select the corresponding connection and choose . The usual system connection dialog is displayed where you can change the entries for a given system connection.
To delete an existing system connection, select the corresponding connection and choose . A confirmation popup is displayed. If you choose Delete , then the system connection is deleted both from the system selection dialog and from the system configuration dialog.