The documentation topics will help you understand what MarvelClient is, how it works and how you can install and use it within your organization.
Tip: Press [F1] at any time in the MarvelClient Configuration and Analyze databases for context-sensitive help.
The following table lists various details regarding wording across the various documents in this documentation:
|Various trademarks||All company and/or product names may be trade names, trademarks and/or registered trademarks of the respective owners with which they are associated.|
Examples: HCL, HCL Notes, HCL Domino, Intel, Microsoft, Microsoft Windows, Citrix, WTS (Windows Terminal Server), Apple, Macintosh, Mac, Linux.
|HCL / IBM Notes, Lotus Notes||The HCL (IBM) Notes client, formerly called Lotus Notes.|
|HCL Domino, Lotus Domino||The HCL Domino server, formerly called (IBM) Lotus Domino (or Lotus Notes server, even)|
|HCL Nomad||The HCL Nomad app for mobile devices.|
|(Microsoft) Windows||For ease of reading, unless otherwise noted, "Microsoft Windows" also means Citrix, WTS (Windows Terminal Server), as well as the Notes Browser Plugin.|
|MC||Short for panagenda MarvelClient|
|MC Config||Short for MarvelClient Configuration database|
|MC Analyze||Short for MarvelClient Analyze database|
|GE||Short for panagenda GroupExplorer|
|SI||Short for panagenda SecurityInsider|