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Your End Users' Experience : WebClient Application Manager : Edit dialog

Edit dialog

The Edit dialog displays information about WebClient applications and allows users to change certain options for the application selected in the Applications tab. The information displayed reflects the information about the last time the application ran. If the current user does not have write access for the instance, the manager does not enable the values for editing.
The Edit dialog title reflects the name of the selected application. The tabs that appear in the Edit dialog vary depending on whether or not you use the WebClient Application Assembler to define the deployment. For all applications, the following tabs appear in the Edit dialog:
*General — Lists general information about the selected application, and allows the user to set or change certain execution options. See the General tab.
*Log — Displays the contents of the application log file generated by WebClient, and allows the user to delete the contents of the file. See the Log tab.
For application installations that were defined using the WebClient Application Assembler, the following additional tabs appear in the Edit dialog:
*Security — Displays security information about the selected application. For more information, see the Security tab.
*Component — Displays information about the application components that are installed on the end users system. For more information, see the Component tab.
Clicking Write to File copies all the registry values associated with the selected application to a file you specify. This information is used to help you troubleshoot problems that occur when the application runs.
* General tab
* Log tab
* Security tab
* Component tab