When you start your application, the launch window is displayed to help you connect to your PFBucket server. It is composed of three main areas:
Information about your workstation, including the machine type (Physical or Virtual), your PFHostID, and your machine name.
The PFBucket server list. This will display any servers that you can connect to, and also allow you to manually add an IP address or machine name for your server.
The Launch button. Once a server is available, clicking the launch button will start the application and connect to your server.
Further details on network configuration for the PFBucketd server daemon are available here.
When starting an application on your workstation, it will attempt to connect automatically to a PFBucket server on your local network using a local area broadcast.
If a connection can be made automatically, the server Hostname and IP address will be displayed in the server list, showing the number of available entitlements. Clicking the Use column for your server will enable the Launch button and allow you to launch the application:
Once a server is available to use, clicking the Launch button will start PFTrack:
If no PFBucket servers can be found automatically, you can connect manually by entering an IP address or server name.