To ensure that you are always using the most recent version of the online documentation, check the URL for this site to make sure you are using either https://docs.sciencelogic.com/latest/ or https://docs.sciencelogic.com/<most-recent-release>/.
The documentation at this site is the same documentation that appears when you click your user name at the top of any SL1 page and select Help. The Help topic that appears is based on your current page in SL1.
The documentation at this site contains all manuals for the various features of SL1. You can click the Download manual as PDF link at the top of each chapter to download the PDF version of the manual.
If you use the Version dropdown to navigate to a previous version of the online documentation, the Version dropdown on the older version might contain links to archived versions that display a 404 error.
If your browser opens the PDF in a new browser window when you click the Download manual as PDF link (instead of downloading the PDF), any text you try to copy and paste from that version will not paste correctly. If you need to copy and paste text from a manual, ScienceLogic recommends that you download the PDF instead and open it in Adobe Reader, as the PDF viewer in a browser produces an image of each page instead of the actual text, and any text you copy and paste from the viewer displays without spaces.
An image in the online documentation might appear blurry until you click that image to expand it in a pop-up window. The pop-up feature is currently not enabled for all images.
If you clicked to expand an image in a pop-up window, you will need to click an expanded image in its pop-up window and return it to its regular size before you can click another image or link in the online documentation.
If a link to an external site does not open properly in a new browser window or tab, right-click the link in the online documentation and select the option to open the link in a new tab or window.
If you are using a multiple-word search for a specific term, enclose those words in quotation marks (""). For example: "business services".
Use the following command to search the online documentation via the SL1 API: https://docs.sciencelogic.com/latest/#search-<your-query-here>. For example: https://docs.sciencelogic.com/latest/#search-business services.
As of version 8.12.2 of SL1, ScienceLogic will no longer update the help content that appears when you click the Guide button in the user interface. All help content will be updated and maintained here at https://docs.sciencelogic.com.