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			<h1>General Settings </h1>
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			The General Settings page contains some generic rConfig system settings and information
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			<h4 class="helpH4">Server Details</h4>
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				This section contains some basic server resource information such as Memory, CPU and hard disk space. 
				Also, you can set the time zone on this page. It is important that you do this, as some backend scripts require this setting to be accurate.
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			<h4 class="helpH4">Device Settings</h4>
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				This sections has settings and information relating to devices. 
				The first three username/ password fields are used to auto-populate the username/password fields for the device add form on the Device page. 
				The default device connection timeout when rConfig is connecting to devices is 60 seconds. You may change this to suit your requirements.
				<br/>Turn on Debug device output to get more verbise logging. Generally only used for support purposes.
				You can view, and delete debug logs here also
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			<h4 class="helpH4">Email Settings</h4>
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				Please enter your mail server details per the Email Settings form. You can also test your SMTP server by clicking the 'Test Mail Server' button
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			<h4 class="helpH4">Software & Database Details</h4>
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				PHP, Database and node count information is displayed in the next section, as well as the option to enable PHP logging. This should be set to Off, except if explicitly asked to turn it on for support.
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