Open Manager Tools 1.1: Benefits, Features, Installation, and Usage Tips
The winget command line tool is only supported on Windows 10 1709 (build 16299) or later at this time. The winget tool will not be available until you have logged into Windows as a user for the first time, triggering Microsoft Store to register Windows Package Manager as part of an asynchronous process. If you have recently logged in as a user for the first time and find that winget is not yet available, you can open PowerShell and enter the following command to request this winget registration: Add-AppxPackage -RegisterByFamilyName -MainPackage Microsoft.DesktopAppInstaller_8wekyb3d8bbwe.
Open Manager Tools 1.1
Software Update Manager (SUM) Toolbox is a new ABAP-based transaction that allows you to run certain tools and reports related to the various scenarios offered by Software Update Manager. Especially, tools required for downtime-optimized approaches are in focus of SUM Toolbox.
To get started open the IBM i Access Client Solutions Main User interface and when using IBM i ACS 1.1.8 from the "Tools" menu select the option for "Open Source Package Management", when using IBM i ACS 184.108.40.206 select the option for "Open Source Package Management" from the left-hand Management group.
You can also change them manually with our Admin Tool, the Wireless Gateway's administration site ( ). Here, you can log into your Wireless Gateway to customize your settings like usernames, passwords, parental controls, and network settings including your firewall and open/closed ports. You can get to the Admin Tool online or through the Xfinity My Account app.
Whether they are weekly, monthly, or ad hoc, your 1-on-1 with your manager should be the most important and useful recurring meeting you have. But it is only useful if you make it so. It's up to each person to prepare and to figure out what use of this face time is most productive for them.
In just a few steps you can enable instructors and students to include LTI links in their courses. Links will act as gateways to gamified learning activities, virtual science experiments, immersive 360 virtual field trips, or any of the hundreds of LTI-certified tools available.
LTI enables users to move smoothly between resources without having to leave Blackboard Learn. Forget about logging into multiple sites or retrieving grades manually: LTI allows a secure exchange of information that enables a cohesive experience for your users. LTI Advantage / LTI v1.3 tools can also define whether grades should auto-post to students.
Original Course View courses continue to allow instructors to override the availability state of tools if allowed. Tool availability in Ultra Course View courses is always managed by the administrator.
To prevent disruption for current users, the default role behavior remains unchanged. Administrators may edit each role configuration and choose the best LTI role for each. LTI institution role mapping applies to all LTI tools.
For best results, we recommend that you start sessions on Windows clients using Windows PowerShell, version 5 or later. Alternatively, you can use the Command shell in Microsoft Windows 10. The Session Manager plugin only supports PowerShell and the Command shell. Third-party command line tools might not be compatible with the plugin.
If Windows is unable to find the executable, you might need to re-open the command prompt or add the installation directory to your PATH environment variable manually. For information, see the troubleshooting topic Session Manager plugin not automatically added to command line path (Windows).
The installer installs the Session Manager plugin at /usr/local/sessionmanagerplugin and creates the symlink session-manager-plugin in the /usr/local/bin directory. This eliminates the need to specify the install directory in the user's $PATH variable.
By default, log entries about opening a data channel and reconnecting sessions are recorded at the INFO level. Data flow (packets and acknowledgement) entries are recorded at the DEBUG level.
By default, log entries about opening data channels and reconnecting sessions are recorded at the INFO level. Data flow (packets and acknowledgement) entries are recorded at the DEBUG level.
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launch_presentation_css_url=This is a URL to an LMS-specific CSS URL. There are no standards that describe exactly what CSS classes, etc. should be in this CSS. The TC could send its standard CSS URL that it would apply to its local tools. The TC should include styling for HTML tags to set font, color, etc. and also include its proprietary tags used to style its internal tools.Someday perhaps we will come up with a cross-LMS standard for CSS classes to allow a tool to look "built-in" with only one set of markup, but until that happens, the launch_presentation_css_url allows tools a chance to adapt their look and feel across LMS systems to some degree.
tool_consumer_info_product_family_code=desire2learnIn order to better assist tools in using extensions and also making their user interface fit into the TC's user interface that they are being called from, each TC is encouraged to include the this parameter. Possible example values for this field might be:
In the case that the TC decides to allow the instructor to place tools without administrator action by getting a URL, key, and secret from a TP and plugging them into a course structure, it is a good practice to allow the instructor to enter custom parameters without requiring administrator assistance. Some TPs will need custom parameters to function properly. Also if the instructor is using a TC to produce an 1EdTech Common Cartridge with LTI links in the cartridge, often setting custom parameters for a tool placement is an essential part of authoring a cartridge.
Another common case is to only allow the administrator to create new tools (i.e., key/secret/url) and then let the instructor place those pre-configured tools in their courses. In this use case, instructors never handle url/key/secret values. Even in this use case it is important to allow the instructor to be able to set or augment custom parameters for each placement. These parameters may be necessary for the TP to function and/or may be necessary if the instructor is building a course in the TC to be exported into an 1EdTech Common Cartridge. It is not necessary to always give the instructor the option to configure custom parameters, but it should be possible for the administrator to make a choice to reveal a user interface to set custom parameters.
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