Network Tab

The Network Communication section enables you to specify how often CCleaner Network checks for certain conditions, and the times before timeout:

Item

Notes

Refresh hosts

How often CCleaner Network will refresh the status of Endpoints in this Network. "Status" refers to whether or not the Endpoint is online, whether the Endpoint Agent is active, and which version the Endpoint Agent is running.

Max number of concurrent refreshes

How many refresh operations (i.e. how many Endpoints are being queried) can occur at the same time.

Retrieve Analysis/Clean status

How often CCleaner Network will retrieve the Endpoints' health calculation.

Timeout How long CCleaner Network will wait after querying an Endpoint regarding its health without a response before moving on to the next Endpoint.

Address detection timeout

How long CCleaner Network will wait after attempting to detect an Endpoint by host name or IP address (see below) without a response before moving on to the next Endpoint.

Network scanning check boxes

This section determines which method or methods CCleaner Network will use when scanning a Network for Endpoints.

Default address method

By default CCleaner Network uses either the host name or IP address to scan Endpoints. You can specify which one it uses in this drop-down box.


Note: For the vast majority of installations, the default frequency/time settings should not need to be changed.

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