Post Install RMS Configurations

Add User or Add Group

1. Click on Permissions.

2. Select "Add User" for adding an AD username or "Add Group" for adding AD user group.

3. Search for your AD name or AD user group (You can use "*" as a wildcard at the front and back to help search) and click "ADD USERS".


Assign Added User the Administrator Role

1. Click on the pen and paper icon to the right of the user added.2. Select "Administrators"

3. Choose "All Scopes"

4. Click "Save"


Creating a Route for Recast Proxy

To create a Recast Proxy route:

1. In the Recast Management Server interface, click the Routes tab.

2. In the main window, click the Create button.

3. Set the Type to Service Account.

4. For Recast Proxy, select your service account.

5. Set the Role to Administrators.

6. Set the Scope to All.

7. Click Create.

Creating an AD Domain Scope

To create an AD Domain scope:

1. In the Recast Management Server interface, click the Scopes tab.

2. In the main window, click the Create button.

3. Enter a scope name.

4. Set the Type to Active Directory Domain.

5. Enter the Domain.

6. Click Create.

Creating a ConfigMgr Site Scope

To create a ConfigMgr Site scope:

1. In the Recast Management Server interface, click the Scopes tab.

2. In the main window, click the Create button.

3. Enter a scope name.

4. Set the Type to ConfigMgr Site.

5. Enter the Site Code.

6. Enter the SMS Provider.

7. Click Create.

Populating Scopes

After creating AD Domain and ConfigMgr Site scopes, both will appear in the Recast Scopes table with Populated showing as false.

To populate the scopes:

1. Click the repopulate icon in the top right.You should now see the populated fields switch from false to true within 30 seconds. You may have to refresh the web page for the changes to reflect.

Add your domain within Settings > AD Domains*

*AD Domains will only show in the Recast Management Server menu for customers that also have Right Click Tools Enterprise.


Add your SMS Provider and Site Code within Settings > MEMCM Sites

Everything should now be in place for you to be able to successfully collect warranty information.

You can manually kick off a warranty scan by clicking Warranty > Start EI Warranty Scan or you can wait for it to automatically run overnight.