Managing appliances in MyKerio
Article Number: 1794 | Last Updated: Mon, Jan 23, 2017 8:43 AM
For details on joining Kerio Connect to MyKerio, see Adding Kerio Connect to MyKerio.
For details on joining Kerio Control to MyKerio, see Adding Kerio Control to MyKerio.
For details on joining Kerio Operator to MyKerio, see Adding Kerio Operator to MyKerio.
MyKerio has the following security features:
Getting started with MyKerio
To begin using MyKerio:
Using the MyKerio dashboard
The MyKerio dashboard displays all appliances in all organizations that are added to MyKerio.
Before the start, decide, if you need one or more organizations and one or more administrators for each appliance. See Adding and managing organizations and Managing users in organizations for more details.
The first column in each row displays the status of each appliance. For more information, see Displaying the appliance status.
To open the administration interface for the appliance, click .
If an appliance is not connected, theOpen administration button disappears.
To rename an appliance, click in the appliance's row in the dashboard and type the new name.
To remove a appliance from the MyKeriodashboard, click in the appliance's row. The removed appliance is still running, but it is no longer connected to MyKerio.
To open the administration interface for the appliance, click Open administration.
The appliance opens and you can administer your appliances as usual.
You cannot access Kerio Control Statistics from Kerio Control Administration when it is opened in MyKerio.
To exit the appliance interface, click the return arrow.
Displaying the appliance status
When you add your appliances to MyKerio, you can see their status in the Appliances section. MyKerio indicates the status with three colors:
Changing your password
To change your MyKerio password:
Resetting your password
If you lose your MyKerio password:
You can now log in to MyKerio with your new password.