The following definitions are used throughout this documentation:
- The set of endpoints that you will be maintaining with CCleaner Network. A network will normally contain all the endpoints in your network, but you can group and organize them as you wish. A network can contain endpoints from a Microsoft Domain, Terminal Services, a LAN, or a combination of all of these.
Each network requires its own license, as it requires its own Management Service.
- A computer or host, real or virtual.
- A way of subdividing a network within CCleaner Network.
- A process or task performed by CCleaner Network, such as cleaning or defragging. Actions can be performed on individual endpoints, groups, or even entire networks in a single click.
- The graphical user interface that is used to manage CCleaner Network.
- The Service that runs on the local server or administrator's computer and handles all the communication to the endpoints on a network. This is separate to the Management Console and can be connected to multiple Management Consoles so you can manage your network from any endpoint you specify.
- The client that you need to install on every endpoint on your network to do the actual cleaning and auditing tasks.
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