Last updated on July 30, 2015

Managing Networks

This article provides the instructions to add, edit, and manage your networks within the Networks extension.


The below Networks tasks require at minimum the Portal Administrator or Network Administrator role.

Adding Networks

  1. In the Networks extension, click the New Network button..


    A new network can be added to any existing node.

  2. Fill in the various fields for the details of the network. In the Network Hierarchy section, select the parent node in which the new network will reside. When finished, click the Save button to confirm.

Editing Networks

  1. From the Networks extension, select the desired network from the network tree. Click the Edit Network button.

  2. Under Network Details, make the desired changes to the various fields and click the Save button to confirm the changes.

Adding Network Properties

Network properties are typically non-visual settings that include screen burn time, device credentials, or software update configurations. Network properties listed and defined at each level of the network will be applied to all media player devices within the network as well as any of its sub-networks.

  1. From within the Networks extension, select the Networks tab. From the left-hand column, select the desired network node in which to add new network properties. Click on the Properties sub-tab.

  2. Click the New Property button to add a new network property for this network node. You should see a new row appear that allows you to enter the Property and Value of this entry. When finished, click the Save icon.


    • You are also able to edit any existing property by clicking the property’s row.
    • Remember that all devices within this network node as well as devices in sub-networks under this node will also inherit these properties.

Deleting Networks

  1. From the Networks extension, select the desired network from the hierarchy tree. Click the Edit Network button.


    You may select a network which contains sub-networks. Please take careful note that upon deleting a parent network, all sub-networks and related assets (user groups, users, media assets, applications) will also be deleted from the system.

  2. Under Network Details, check the “Delete this Network” checkbox.

  3. A confirmation window should appear to warn you of any additional sub-network levels and associated content or assets that will also be removed from the system as a result of deleting this network. Click OK when you are ready to proceed.

    Another confirmation dialog should appear and prompt you to enter your account password in order to proceed with deleting the network. Click Confirm once you have entered your password to finish removing the network from the system.