IBM Director Keyboard Shortcuts

for Windows

IBM Director proves to be a central point of control while aggregating and managing systems. In the IBM Director, you can use keyboard shortcuts to work with requirements artifacts.

Download IBM Director Shortcuts PDF

Given below is the list of all the IBM Director Shortcuts that can be used. Even download this below list of IBM Director Shortcuts in the form of a PDF.

Most used IBM Director Shortcuts

Action IBM Director Shortcuts
Scroll Up in Frame Home
Scroll down in Frame End key
Go to the next Link or Button Tab
Go to the next Frame in the Help system F6
Expand in Node in Navigation Tree +
Collapse in Node in Navigation Tree
To Move through Controls on a Particular Page Tab
Open Combo Box Alt + Down Arrow key
Go to Next Link in Topic Pane Tab
Go to the Previous Link in Topic Pane Shift + Tab
Bring Topic Pane into Focus Alt + K then Tab
Go directly to Search Results View Alt + R then Enter
Navigate in browser history Alt + Left Arrow key
Print Active pane Ctrl + P
Move to the Search Entry Field Alt + S

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What are the key features of IBM Director?

Some key features of IBM Director include hardware and software inventory, health monitoring, remote control and power management, firmware and BIOS updates, event notification and automated response, and integration with other management tools.

What operating systems does IBM Director support?

IBM Director supports a wide range of operating systems, including Windows, Linux, AIX, Solaris, and VMware.

Does IBM Director require additional hardware or software to run?

IBM Director requires a management server to run, which can be a physical or virtual machine. Additional software and hardware may be required depending on the size and complexity of the IT infrastructure being managed.


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