EAA Client contextual menu
EAA Client has a menu which changes based on the context of the user's operation.
When you right-click the client icon on your Windows desktop toolbar or the Mac menu bar, you will see dynamic contextual menus to indicate the tasks that you can perform based on the contextual state.
After downloading the EAA Client, and you’ve not configured with your organization’s identity provider, the contextual menu shows:
The functions of the different menu options are:
|Menu option||Menu function|
|Opens the EAA Client. You can run diagnostics, check network type or status, save and send logs, Also, synchronize, reset the client, and get alerts on problems with the EAA Client software.|
|Use this to configure the EAA Client with the configuration wizard after installation. This loads all of the configuration information from the EAA Management portal to the EAA Client software on the machine. Alternatively, if you have the EAA Client Settings window already open, you can also configure using the configure in status label.|
|Logs you into the EAA Client application. Alternatively, if you have the EAA Client Settings window already open, you can also log in using re-authenticate in status label.|
|Logs you out of the EAA Client application and
terminates the session.
Note: If you also logged out of the IdP login portal, then the user is not longer authenticated with the application. This means the user must enter their login portal credentials, to login to EAA Client application.
Note: Logging out from only the EAA Client does not log you out of the IdP login portal.
|Removes the EAA Client icon from the
toolbar or menu bar and disables access to internal applications.
Note: You will need to launch the EAA Client application, to log in.