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  1. Networking

    1. Type - Displays the Network Version (MCP 1.0 or MCP 2.0). See Understanding MCP 1.0 vs. MCP 2.0 Data Center Locations
    2. Maximum Node Connection Limit (MCP 2.0 only) - Displays the maximum connection limit for Nodes in an MCP 2.0 Data Center. See Introduction to Virtual Listeners / VIPs in MCP 2.0
    3. Maximum Node Connection Rate Limit (MCP 2.0 only) - Displays the maximum connection rate limit for Nodes in an MCP 2.0 Data Center. See Introduction to Virtual Listeners / VIPs in MCP 2.0
    4. Maximum Virtual Listener Connection Limit (MCP 2.0 only) - Displays the maximum connection limit rate for Virtual Listeners in an MCP 2.0 Data Center. See Introduction to Virtual Listeners / VIPs in MCP 2.0
    5. Maximum Virtual Listener Connection Rate Limit (MCP 2.0 only) - Displays the maximum connection rate limit for Virtual Listeners in an MCP 2.0 Data Center. See Introduction to Virtual Listeners / VIPs in MCP 2.0
    6. Maximum Virtual Listener Per SSL Offload Profile in a Network Domain - The maximum number of Virtual Listeners with SSL Offload Profiles allowable in the Data Center. See Introduction to VIPs in MCP 2.0
    7. Private Key Acceptable Bit Lengths (Per Location) - The maximum allowable bit lengths for Private Keys for the Data Center. See Introduction to VIPs in MCP 2.0
    8. Default Cipher (Per Location) - The default Cipher for the Data Center if one is not provided by the user. See Introduction to VIPs in MCP 2.0
  2. Storage
    1. Minimum Disk Count - Displays the minimum allowable number of (Storage) Disks that may be configured on a Server within a Data Center
    2. Maximum Disk Count - Displays the maximum allowable number of (Storage) Disks that may be configured on a Server within a Data Center
    3. Maximum Total Storage for an Image -  Displays the total amount of Storage that can be allocated to a Server Image within a Data Center
    4. Shared Datastore - Displays the availability of Shared Datastores in the Data Center. See Introduction to User-Manageable Clusters
  3. VLAN/Server Security Groups
    1. Security Groups Enabled (MCP 2.0 only) - Displays whether or not VLAN Security Groups are enabled for the Data Center. See Introduction to Security Groups
    2. Maximum NICs/Servers per Security Group - Displays the maximum allowable NICs per Security Group. See Introduction to Security Groups
    3. Maximum Security Groups per Network Domain - Displays the maximum allowable Security Groups per VLAN. See Introduction to Security Groups
  4. Snapshot
    1. Snapshot Enabled - Indicates whether Cloud Server Snapshot Feature is enabled in the Data Center. See Introduction to Cloud Server Snapshots
    2. Maximum Manual Snapshots per Server - Maximum number of manual Snapshots allowable per Server
    3. Manual Snapshot Retention (Days) - Indicates the duration in days of how long Manual Snapshots are retained. After the indicated amount of days, Manual Snapshots will be automatically deleted
    4. Maximum Total Snapshot Storage - Maximum total  Snapshot storage per Data Center
    5. Maximum Snapshot Preview Servers - Maximum number of Snapshot Preview Servers allowed at one time
    6. Snapshot Replication Enabled - Indicates whether or not Snapshot Replication is enabled for the Data Center
    7. Snapshot Replication Locations - Indicates which Locations are enabled for Snapshot Replications
    8. Snapshot Archive Enabled - Indicates whether or not Snapshot Archiving is enabled for the Data Center
    9. Snapshot Retention Before Archive (Days) - If Snapshot Archive is enabled, this indicates how many days a Snapshot will stay on local storage before it is moved to Archived storage
    10. Snapshot Long Term Retention Enabled - Indicates whether or not Snapshot Long Term Retention is enabled
    11. Minimum Long Term Frequency (Days) - Indicates the minimum amount of time that a User can request a Long Term image to be created
    12. Maximum Long Term Frequency (Days) - Indicates the maximum amount of time that a User can request a Long Term image to be created
    13. Minimum Long Term Retention (Days) - Indicates the minimum amount of time that the User can request the System to keep a Long Term Retention Image once it has been created
    14. Maximum Long Term Retention (Days) - Indicates the maximum amount of time that the User can request the System to keep a Long Term Retention Image once it has been created
  5. Disaster Recovery Service

    1. DRS Replication Locations - Indicates where DRS Replication is available. See Introduction to DRS for Cloud
    2. Maximum DRS Journal Size - Indicates the maximum allowable size for a DRS Journal. See Introduction to DRS for Cloud
  6. Backup

    1. Enable Backup for Servers - Indicates the status of the Backup service in the Data Center
      1. If True, this means that you can enable Backup on Cloud Servers
      2. If False, this means you cannot enable Backup on Cloud Servers
  7. Guest OS Customized Servers with Non-Unique IP Addresses
    1. Indicates whether Guest OS Customized Servers can be created with non-unique IP addresses

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