The USM Central web UI provides access to your connected deploymentsEntire process involved in installation, configuration, startup, and testing of hardware and software in a specific environment. so you can manage their security. From the USM Central web UI, you can view all essential information, like alarmsAlarms provide notification of an event or sequence of events that require attention or investigation., vulnerabilities, and configuration issues, about each deployment. This interface allows you to connect existing deployments or create new ones. You can also create new users in the USM Central instance.
The USM Central web UI runs in any standard web browsers. When you first log in, it displays the main Overview. From this main page, you can view details and statistics on all of your deployments.
The primary menu at the top of the page provides access to the main functions and operations of USM Central.
- USM Central. Display a list of connected deployments. Select a deployment in the list to open the console for the deployment in another browser tab or page.
- Alarms. Access search, sorting, filtered selection, and visualization of Alarms.
- Vulnerabilities. Access search, sorting, filtered selection, and visualization of Vulnerabilities.
- Configuration Issues. Access search, sorting, filtered selection, and visualization of Configuration Issues.
- Settings. Access options to view and manage connected deployments. This option also lets you manage users.
Note: Either the admin IP address or the VPN endpoint IP address must be routable from the browser for the link to work.
The secondary menu at the top-right of the page provides access to your user profile information, the help link, and bookmarked items.
- Favorites icon (). This icon allows you to see and access alarms, vulnerabilities, and configuration issues that you bookmarked for easy access. The number on the icon indicates the number of items bookmarked.
- Help icon (). This icon includes the following options:
- User icon () menu shows the settings (email, full name, and the possibility of changing the password) of the user who logged into the system and the ability to log out of the system.