2 Introduction ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus is comprehensive help desk and asset management software that provides help desk agents and IT managers, an integrated console to monitor and maintain the assets and IT requests generated from the users of the IT resources in an organization. The IT help desk plays an important part in the provision of IT Services. It is very often the first contact the users have in their use of IT Services when something does not work as expected. The IT help desk is a single point of contact for end users who need help. To make the process of reporting the issues to the IT help desk easier, ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus provides you with a Self-Service Portal where you can log your complaints and issues online with the help of a web-based form. Once you have filed your issue, it gets listed in your request view page, where you can keep track of the logged issue. You can also update your personal information using the Self-Service Portal. In the Self-Service Portal, you will be able to access the following modules: Requests: You can create a new request and view the same. Also all the requests that you have raised till date will be saved in your requests module for future references. Solutions: From the solutions knowledge base that has been developed and maintained by your IT help desk team, you can search for solutions for the issue that you are currently facing. If you do not find any solution for the problem at hand, then you can post your issue as a request to the help desk team. My Details: You can view and edit your account details including your password. This updated information will be displayed whenever your information is requested.
3 Request Requests ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus provides you a Self-Service Portal with the request module. Here, you can create new requests to post your concerns and issues to the IT help desk team. You can also view the request that you have posted and keep track of its status. Once the request is closed, you can view the same in the closed requests. Creating a New Request Creating a New Request When you need a service from the IT help desk team, send a request to the team. There are different modes of placing a request to the IT help desk team, such as web-based form, notification, and phone call. ServiceDesk Plus provides options to log details of a request originating in any of the above-mentioned forms. To create a new request using the web-based form 2. Click the New Request link available just below the tabs in the header pane.
4 USER SCREEN Requester Details In this block, your name and the workstation that has been associated with you are displayed. The Name is noneditable. From the Workstation drop-down list, select the workstation to which the issue that you are submitting is related. Depending on the configurations set by the ServiceDesk Plus administrator, the workstation list will have all the available workstation in your organization or it may have only the workstations that are associated with you. Selecting the workstation is not a mandatory requirement. Only if the issue is related to the workstation, you need to select it. My Details When creating your login details in the ServiceDesk Plus application, your profile would have some default information. In the My Details section of the Self-Service Portal of ServiceDesk Plus, you are allowed to modify the information relating to your profile, including the password. This helps you maintain your profile updated with the latest changes. It also gives you the freedom to edit your profile at your will.
5 Classifying Request Category The Category drop-down box, in the Task Details block, lists the categories under which a request can be classified. Select the relevant category to which your request can be grouped. You can also click the category chooser icon available beside the category drop down list to choose the category. Prioritizing Request The Priority drop-down box, in the Task Details block, lists the priority levels that can be assigned to a request. Choose the relevant priority level for your request from the list displayed.
6 Category User needs to select category and sub-category according to his/her issue. Describe Request Once you have assigned the category and priority for the request, describe the request in detail. The detailed request has two components to it, namely Title and Description. In the Title field, provide a relevant title to the request that will exactly summarize your request content. Then, provide a detailed description with any other associated details relevant to the request in the Description text box. Add Attachments to the Request 1. In the Task Details block, below the Description text box, click the Attach a File button. Click this. This opens an Add/Remove Attachment pop-up window. 2. Click the Browse button. 3. From the file chooser window, choose the file to be attached. 4. Click Open. 5. Click Attach File. The chosen file gets listed in the table below the browse field. If you have more files to choose repeat the steps 2,3, and 4 till you have attached all the relevant files. 6. Click Done. The selected files are attached to the request. Once you have done all the above, click the Add request button. The request is added to the list of requests and can be viewed from the request list view which can be invoked by clicking on the Request tab in the header pane. Modes of Creating a Request There are different modes of creating a request. One of them is using the web-based form. To use the Web-based form, you must have login access to the ServiceDesk application. If you do not have a login access to the application, then you can submit your request in either of the other two modes: 1. the request to the help desk team. This will automatically be changed to a new request in the ServiceDesk Plus application and any actions to be performed on the request will be immediately taken into notice. 2. Call up the IT help desk agent and report an issue or explain the nature of your request. The help desk agent will manually feed in the details into the application through the web-based New Request form available in the Request module.
7 Viewing a Request Follow the steps given below to view a request available in the ServiceDesk Plus Request module: 2. Click the Request tab in the header pane. The next page lists all the Open requests available in the ServiceDesk Plus application. If there are any requests that have not been assigned any technician then they will appear in bold font. 3. Click the Title of the request that you want to view. This opens the View Request page. 4. The request header has the request ID, category of the request, level, its status, and priority. Then the requester name, due date, request summary, and request description are displayed. Below this, the request details containing mode of request, technician attending to the request, created date, and due date are displayed. Finally, the requester details are displayed below the request details block. If there are any attachments to request, click on the file that is attached to view the same. 5. Click the Resolution tab to view the resolution for the request. 6. To view the history of the request, click the History tab. 7. To view all the replies that have been sent to you, click the Replies tab in the center pane. All the notifications will be listed in the ascending order of the date and time when they were sent. The Created Date field displays the time when you created the request. Based on the priority of the request, the Due Date is calculated and is displayed beside the Created Date in the request details block. If you have received any response for the request, then you will see the Responded Date also in the view request page. The Notes added to the request are appended below Task Details. The notes are displayed in the descending order, with the recently added note displayed first. Printing the Request To print a request 2. Click the Request tab in the header pane. 3. Click the Title of the request that you want to print. 4. Click the Print Preview link on the right side Tasks block. The print preview of the request is opened in a pop-up window. 5. Click the Print menu item from the browser File menu list. 6. The default printer associated with your workstation is invoked. Set the required options and click OK. You can collect the printed copy of the request at the printer that is linked to your workstation. Adding Notes After posting a request, if you want to add additional information about the request, use Add Notes. To add a note to a request
8 2. Click the Request tab in the header pane. 3. Click the Title of the request to which you would like to add a note. 4. In the View Request page, on the right side Actions block, click the Add Notes link. The Add Notes pop-up window is displayed as below: 5. Enter your content in the text box below the Request ID. 6. If you wish to notify the technician in-charge of your request about the addition of the note, then select the check box the technician for notes addition. 7. Click Add Note. The note is added at the bottom of the request along with a date and time stamp. Your name is also displayed. You can add any number of notes to a request. The notes added to a request will be displayed at the bottom of the request in the View Request page in the descending order, that is, the recently added note will be displayed first. Note: You will not be able to delete any of the notes in a request even though you have added them. Only technicians can delete the notes added to a request. Viewing Request Resolution When the IT help desk team resolves a request, they can add the resolution for the request. If a resolution is added for the request, you can view it by following these steps: 2. Click the Requests tab in the header pane. 3. Click the Title of the request for which you want to know the resolution. 4. In the View Request page, click the Resolution tab in the center pane. 5. The request header is retained as is from the request view. Just below that you will find the resolution for the request, if it had been added by the technician who attended to the request. Or else, a message stating that No Resolution Available is displayed. The resolution has information of who created it, creation date and time, resolution title, and detailed description. Viewing Request History The various actions performed on a particular request are stored in the request history for future reference and auditing purposes. To view the request history 2. Click the Request tab in the header pane. 3. Click the Title of the request for which you need to know the complete history. 4. In the View Request page, click the History tab in the center pane. This displays the complete history of actions that were performed on the request from the time of its creation.
9 5. If a resolution was added or updated, you can view the resolution details and compare the old version of the resolution with the updated one. To do this, click the links Show Details or Compare link. The Show Details link shows you the details of the resolution in a separate pop-up window. Clicking the Compare link opens a new window with the updated request and the old request displayed one below the other. 6. Once you have checked the details of the resolution, click the Close button to go back to History. The details that are displayed in the History are in the ascending order with the earliest performed action shown at the top of the page and the latest action at the bottom of the page. Viewing the Requester Details 1. Click the Request tab in the header pane. 2. Click the Title of a request. 3. Click the Requester Name link in the Requester Details block. The View Requester Details window pops up where you can view details, such as name, designation, employee ID, department to which the requester belongs, ID, and phone and mobile numbers. 4. Once you have finished viewing the details, click the Close link. 5. Alternatively, you can also click the My Details tab in the header pane to view your personal details. Viewing Requests Based on Filters ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus allows you to view the list of all your requests. You can also apply various filters to this list and view only a specific group of requests. To view the whole list of requests posted by you, click the Request tab in the header pane. This lists all the open requests that you have submitted. You can set the number of requests that you would like to view in a single page 1. In the Requests list page, click the drop-down box available as shown in the figure below: 2. From the drop-down list, select the number of records that should be displayed in a single page. There are more filters which can be used as explained below.
10 My Open Requests When you click the requests tab, this filter is selected by default and lists all the requests that are in the open status. Alternatively, from the home page, when you click the Open Requests in the My Requests Summary dash board, you can view all your open requests. My Closed Requests To view all your requests that have been attended to and closed 1. Click the Requests tab in the header pane to open the Requests list page. 2. From the Filter drop-down box, select My Closed Requests. Alternatively, 1. Log in to ServiceDesk Plus application using your user name and password. 2. In the Home page, in the My Requests Summary dash board, click Closed Requests. All My Requests To view all the requests irrespective of their status 1. Click the Requests tab in the header pane. This opens the Requests list page. 2. From the Filter drop-down box, select All My Requests. Alternatively, 1. Log in to ServiceDesk Plus application using your user name and password. 2. In the Home page, in the My Requests Summary dash board, click All Requests. Searching Requests ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus gives you an option to search for requests using a keyword search. All requests that match the keyword that you have provided in the search will be displayed. You can also do a column-wise search of the requests. To perform a column-wise search 1. Click the search icon at the end of the request list view headers. This opens the search field just below every column that is visible in the list view. 2. Enter the search key in field under the column of your choice. 3. Click Go. The search results matching the search string(s) are displayed. Note: The search would return the results for any of the text fields of the request. You will not be able to search for a request based on any of the date fields of the request. Editing My Details You can edit your details through the Self-Service Portal and need not depend on your IT help desk team to do the same for you. It enables you to modify your own profile whenever you want and saves considerable time. To edit your profile
11 1. Log in to the ServiceDesk Plus application using your user name and password to access the Self-Service Portal. 2. Click the My Details tab on the header pane. The next page displays your user profile as created/edited last time in an editable form. 3. All the fields in this form are editable. Your name and ID are mandatory fields in the form. You can choose to leave the other fields blank. The information that you can edit are your name, employee ID, e- mail, phone, mobile, department name, and job title. 4. To change your department name, you need to select from the list of departments that are available in the drop-down list provided against the Department field. 5. When you are done with the modifications, click Update Details. Changing Password To change your password 1. Log in to the ServiceDesk Plus application using your user name and password to access the Self-Service Portal. 2. Click the Change Password link available at the top right corner of the page, just beside the Logout link. This opens the Change Password form in a new pop-up window. 3. Enter your Current Password followed by your New Password in the respective text fields provided for them. 4. Retype your new password in the text field against Confirm New Password. 5. Click Change Password. If you want to exit this window without changing your password, click Close. Solutions ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus gives a provision to add resolutions for all the requests that have been posted. These resolutions can be directly converted to knowledge base articles that are grouped under the solutions head. If your help desk team has already added such knowledge base articles to the solutions section, then you can search for solutions specific to your problem and fix it. Thus, the solutions module serves as a knowledge base to find solutions for known problems using the keyword-based search. You can access the solutions even without logging in to the application, but will be able to view only those solutions that are published in the Self Service Portal. To access the knowledge base directly without having to login to the application, type the URL provided below in the address bar of the browser: name>:<port number>/sd/solutionshome.sd where, <server name> is the name of the server where ServiceDesk Plus is installed and <port number> is the port where the application is running. Browsing Solutions by Topic To browse the available solutions by individual topics 2. Click the Solutions tab in the header pane. 3. In the center pane, just below the heading Browsing - All Topics, all the available topics under which the solutions are grouped are listed. Click the topic which you want to browse. Alternatively, on the top right corner of the Browsing block, a combo box with all the available topics and subtopics listed is available. From this list, choose the topic to which you wish to go. All the solutions available in that topic are listed in the resulting page.
12 Searching the Solutions ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus provides you an option to search solutions for the issues using the keyword search. To search for specific solutions 2. On the left side, there is a search block. 3. In the Enter Solutions Keyword test area, enter your search string. 4. Click Go or press the Enter key on your keyboard. The search option is accessible from any of the modules in the application. General Features This topic explains the various features that are not grouped under any of the modules but can be used from the application. Tracking your daily tasks List of the last ten Recent Items viewed in the application View company wide Announcements. Tracking My Tasks ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus provides you with the option of tracking your tasks for everyday. The tasks that you add to the My Tasks list act as substitute for your sticky notes or post-it notes which you would use to remember your tasks for the day. To add new tasks to your task list
13 2. Click Add New at the left bottom of the My Tasks note or click New Task link below the header pane. A new task form is opened. In the add new task form, the date field is set to the today's date and the time is set by default as 00:00 AM. Change the date and time settings. 3. To change the date, click the calender icon beside the date field and choose the date of your choice. 4. From the Time combo box, choose the time at which the task is scheduled. The values in the combo box are available in a gap of 15 min time interval. 5. Enter the Task Summary. 6. Click Add. The new task is added and is listed along with the already existing tasks in the ascending order of date and time. When you have completed the task, you can just strike out the task to indicate that it is completed by selecting the check box beside the task summary. Alternatively, 1. Click the hyperlinked task summary. An Edit Task form is opened. 2. In the Task State field, select Completed. 3. Click Edit. The task is struck through to indicate that it is completed. You can also change the task state by executing the following steps: 1. Click Show all at the bottom right of the My Tasks note. The All Reminders window opens. Announcements All the company wide announcements that are published by your help desk administrator will be displayed in the announcements block in your login home page. To view an announcement, click the Announcement Title to open the complete announcement details in a pop-up. If there are more than one announcements, then you will notice a Previous and Next button in the pop-up. Using this you can navigate through the announcements list and view all the announcements without closing the pop-up window.
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TO: UAN CLIENTS FROM: UAN STAFF DATE: OCTOBER 8, 2008 SUBJECT: Steps for Initial Setup of Microsoft Outlook To successfully initialize Microsoft Outlook (Outlook) the first time, email settings need to
Richmond Systems Self Service Portal Contents Introduction... 4 Product Overview... 4 What s New... 4 Configuring the Self Service Portal... 6 Web Admin... 6 Launching the Web Admin Application... 6 Setup