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Slide notes: Once we have opened the IES Client from a shortcut on the desktop, we can usually choose "Logon". If we have no Connections yet or want to add another Connection, then we can choose "Connections".




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Slide notes: A Connection is a set of instructions how to connect to a particular Server, and we can use 1 or many.




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Slide notes: To add a new Connection, just dbl-click "add new session".




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Slide notes: It is a good idea to give a Connection a name to recognize it by.




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Slide notes: And a Server usually has a specific IP address where it can be found. This IP address can be on the local network or anywhere in the world if we are connected to the internet.





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Slide notes: The other defaults for the connection, as provided by the system, can be left untouched.




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Slide notes: To connect to an IES service, we choose "Logon".




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Slide notes: And we choose the connection to use.




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Slide notes: For any IES service, we need a User Code and Password to gain entry.




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Slide notes: Once we connect successfully, the system will load our 1st menu, and we can tell the system where to start by using our "Preferences" option. We discuss the Preferences in a separate tutorial.




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Slide notes: Whenever we wish to end a session, we can use the "Logoff" icon, of the "Logoff" command at the top menu, or we can just choose the "close" icon on the IES Client window.




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Slide notes: It is always good to choose "Logoff" if we will not be using the system for some time, as a proper log off will release the User seat and make it available for use by anyone who needs to use the system.




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Slide notes: IES Client will then disconnect.