Free showing redundant computers and one unidentified computer

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Free showing redundant computers and one unidentified computer

The screenshot shows 3 toshiba computers.  I only have one.  It also shows a computer named John B.  I also have a Dell and an Acer (no issues with those).

I don't want to get in trouble for using TV commercially.  Been through that already.

Question #1  Should I/How do I delete two of the Toshibas?

Question #2.  How do I find out what computer is John B?

Sorry, but I just don't understand the screen very well.

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AufnVD2fVv0Yh9pYh4Wv-AhKgDCJlw

 

 

 

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Re: Free showing redundant computers and one unidentified computer

Hello @waco_john,

Thank you for your message.

No problem! Here is an example to delete one of my devices (device Demo Machine). You will need to reproduce this operation for all the devices you want to delete in your list.

  1. Pass the mouse over your device
  2. Click on the little grey gear on the right-hand side and select Proprieties
    Delete_device1.png
  3. Click on Delete on the left-hand bottom side of the window and confirm by clicking on Delete.

This will delete the device of your list.

John B is not a device, but a user.

If you do not know who this John B is, we recommend you highly to delete it as well.
You can delete is the same way you deleted your device.

I hope this could help. If not, do not hesitate to ask your questions here.

Cheers

Jean

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Re: Free showing redundant computers and one unidentified computer

Hello @waco_john,

Thank you for your message.

No problem! Here is an example to delete one of my devices (device Demo Machine). You will need to reproduce this operation for all the devices you want to delete in your list.

  1. Pass the mouse over your device
  2. Click on the little grey gear on the right-hand side and select Proprieties
    Delete_device1.png
  3. Click on Delete on the left-hand bottom side of the window and confirm by clicking on Delete.

This will delete the device of your list.

John B is not a device, but a user.

If you do not know who this John B is, we recommend you highly to delete it as well.
You can delete is the same way you deleted your device.

I hope this could help. If not, do not hesitate to ask your questions here.

Cheers

Jean

French Community Moderator
Did my reply answer your question ? Accept it as a solution to help others.
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