Questions about Devices Page on Cloud Website

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Hi, 

I have some questions about the Devices page in the Endpoint Cloud that I’m stuck on. 

1. Is it possible to edit the device name in the Endpoint Cloud? When I enroll a PC the device name is the name of the PC. I’d like to be able to edit the device name and add a description. For example could device name ‘PC12345’ be edited to ‘PC12345 – Joe Smith’s PC’?

2. I see where the details for a device lists things such as CPU, memory, etc. are listed in the Hardware section of the Device Details page. I do not see the size of any disks and/or their used/free space listed. Is that information available?

3. Can the Device list page be customized to display additional information? For example I would like the ‘Version’ column to display the detailed OS version information. Instead of “Windows 10” could I see “Windows 10 – 10.0.1500”? This would save me from having to drill down to each device detail to get that information. If it was one the list page I could just scroll down the list and find a lagging version at a glance. 

If anyone can point me in the direction of a solution to any of these it would be much appreciated!

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The share name entered may not be accessible from some MS-DOS workstations. Are you sure you want to use this share name? %1: %0

Details
Product: Windows Operating System
Event ID: 4738
Source: System
Version: 5.0
Symbolic Name: APE2_SHARE_MSG_NONFAT
Message: The share name entered may not be accessible from some MS-DOS workstations. Are you sure you want to use this share name? %1: %0
   
Explanation

MS-DOS workstations can only recognize share names that fit the file naming requirements in MS-DOS. If you assign this name to the share, MS-DOS workstations will not be able to access it.

   
User Action

If you are sure this share will not need to be accessed from MS-DOS workstations, click Yes. Otherwise, click No.

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No valid response was provided.

Details
Product: Windows Operating System
Event ID: 3757
Source: System
Version: 5.0
Symbolic Name: APE_NoGoodResponse
Message: No valid response was provided.
   
Explanation

You did not provide a valid response to a Windows 2000 prompt.

   
User Action

Type a valid response.

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The command line to connect to the post office is too long to pass to the MS-DOS version of cc:Mail EXPORT.EXE. The EXPORT.INI file may not contain any name or path with the byte 0xBE, so they must be placed on the command line. One or more of these items will have to be renamed to be shorter or to not contain the bad byte (0xBE).

Details
Product: Exchange
Event ID: 1025
Source: MSExchangeMig
Version: 6.0
Component: Migration Wizard
Symbolic Name: LOG_ERR_EXPORT_LINETOOLONG
Message: The command line to connect to the post office is too long to pass to the MS-DOS version of cc:Mail EXPORT.EXE. The EXPORT.INI file may not contain any name or path with the byte 0xBE, so they must be placed on the command line. One or more of these items will have to be renamed to be shorter or to not contain the bad byte (0xBE).
   
Explanation
A string in the Export.ini file is too long or contains invalid characters.
   
User Action
Locate and examine the Export.ini file for entries containing invalid characters. Entries may contain any uppercase or lowercase characters, except the following: ? ” / \ * | :

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The pipe is being closed.

Details
Product: Windows Operating System
Event ID: 232
Source: Kernel
Version: 5.0
Component: System Resources
Symbolic Name: ERROR_NO_DATA
Message: The pipe is being closed.
   
Explanation

An attempt was made to read from a pipe, but no data was available.

   
User Action

Contact the supplier of the running application.

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IMPORT.EXE/EXPORT.EXE could not run because the file IMPORT.INI/EXPORT.INI could not be written. This may be because the NTVDM.EXE (MS-DOS) process used to run the previous IMPORT/EXPORT may not have terminated normally and is in a suspended state with the IMPORT.INI/EXPORT.INI file locked. Use the Windows 2000 Task Manager to see if the NTVDM.EXE process is still running but inactive (using 0% CPU time) and use the End Process command to terminate it.

Details
Product: Exchange
Event ID: 86
Source: MSExchangeCCMC
Version: 6.0
Component: Connector for Lotus cc:Mail
Symbolic Name: MSG_IMPEXP_INI_FILE
Message: IMPORT.EXE/EXPORT.EXE could not run because the file IMPORT.INI/EXPORT.INI could not be written. This may be because the NTVDM.EXE (MS-DOS) process used to run the previous IMPORT/EXPORT may not have terminated normally and is in a suspended state with the IMPORT.INI/EXPORT.INI file locked. Use the Windows 2000 Task Manager to see if the NTVDM.EXE process is still running but inactive (using 0% CPU time) and use the End Process command to terminate it.
   
User Action
Perform the user action specified in the message.

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